Women's Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure
From the publisher:
The clitoris is just the tip of the volcano. Women have a largely unknown network of structures responsible for arousal and orgasm that even most medical professionals don’t know about. This leaves women trying to discover their sexual potential without accurate guides. Sexuality teacher, nurse-midwife, and gynecology practitioner Sheri Winston has put the missing pieces together, creating the first-ever accurate, integrated maps of women’s anatomy and sexuality. This fun, sexy, empowering guide combines lost knowledge with ancient and modern sexuality information to illuminate every woman’s secret paths to fabulous, orgasmically abundant sex.
Publisher: Mango Garden Press (2011)
Author: Sheri Winston
Pages: 266 pages
The Smart Girl's Guide to the G-spot
From the publisher:
It's not a myth, it's a miracle—the G-spot, that powerhouse of female orgasm. With wit and panache, sex educator and best-selling writer Violet Blue helps readers master the sexual alphabet through G. Beginning with an anatomical guide and incorporating suggestions for couple-play, positions, toys, and safer sex, The Smart Girl's Guide to the G-Spot will lead to thrilling new sensations and earth-shaking, bed-breaking, gale force climaxes. As with all her sex guides, Violet includes sections on further reading and recommended videos and DVDs, and practical information on toys and toy shopping. Any girl can unleash her own awesome orgasmic superpower with The Smart Girl's Guide to the G-Spot.
Publisher: Cleis Press (2007)
Author: Violet Blue
Pages: 144 pages
Violet Blue is a sex educating maverick—journalist, blogger, vlogger, author, podcaster, erotica reviewer, and lecturer, she does it all! Her blog, TinyNibbles, has been active for over thirteen years, she wrote a sex column for the San Francisco Chronicle for four years, and she has authored over forty books. As a member of The Internet Press Guild and The Center for Investigative Reporting, Violet’s work not only contains candid sex ed, but expert analysis of hot button issues like intellectual property in the age of the internet, journalistic ethics, and sex and gender representation in mainstream medias.
Cleis Press, a mission-driven feminist book publisher, was founded in 1980 in Minneapolis, Minnesota by Felice Newman and Frédérique Delacoste. Winners of multiple Lambda Literary Awards, International Book Awards, Rainbow Book Awards, and Independent Publishers Book Awards, Cleis has a history of producing the best quality sexual education guides, sexual self help books, and diverse erotica collections. At the end of 2014 Cleis Press was purchased by Start Publishing, a New York-based company that primarily publishes and markets eBooks.
Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot
From the Publisher:
The first edition of Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot was meant to raise awareness about the phenomenon of female ejaculation, and to resurrect a now lost wonder and mystery surrounding this aspect of female sexuality. It empowered women who already ejaculated, taught women who wanted to ejaculate how to do so, and introduced this new possibility of sexual pleasure to women who did not know that they could ejaculate. The second edition of the book promises to do the same, and more. In the past ten years, attitudes regarding female ejaculation have changed. It is no longer a shocking phenomenon that few people have heard about, let alone experienced. Today, it is much more common for couples to know about female ejaculation, and to even integrate it into their sex lives. There has also been more research on female ejaculation and the G-Spot and advancements in the field of Sexological Bodywork. Many workshops now provide education and assistance to couples who want to improve and deepen their overall sexual experience.
Sundhal takes advantage of this developing climate of knowledge regarding female pleasure to expand her already comprehensive book. The second edition of Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot includes even more testimonials from workshop participants, an interview with a sexual healer, and an expanded list of outside references, resources, product makers and tantra teachers. She summarizes and explains new information that has come to light regarding the G-Spot, paying special attention to the renamed and researched PC muscles (now expanded to the Pelvic Floor muscles), and new Find, See and Feel techniques for ejaculating with a partner. She has also added new information to her section on men’s role in female ejaculation, updating findings on men’s sexual tastes, citing how many men now want more emotional expression and connection in relationships.
With its new features meant to enhance Sundhal’s original empowering and healing message regarding female sexuality, the second edition of Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot promises to help readers, once again, appreciate the wonders and healing potential of female ejaculation.
Author: Deborah Sundahl
Publisher: Hunter House Second Edition (2014)