The Clitourist

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Clitourist... what type of tour is this?

If you're looking for the hottest spot on Earth let me save you some time: El Azizia in Libya recorded a temperature of 136 degrees Fahrenheit (57.8 Celsius) on Sept. 13, 1922. If you're looking to learn more about the clit, a Google search would be sure to turn up more useful information than this book. Ask a friend, ask a relative, possibly even a stranger because any information that you will receive has to be better than the majority of what you will get out of this book.
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Pros:
Images and fonts.
Cons:
The author.
Rating by reviewer:
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useful review
When I first found out I was reviewing The Clitourist|The Clitourist my immediate reaction was: great, something to break up the reading of journals and texts. Once the book arrived I decided it would be my incentive to get through my day's work of reading and research. So once I finally finished my work, I ran the bath, lit the candles and grabbed a glass of wine and settled into the bubble bath with my book.

With what should of been a "a witty, empowering guide to the hottest spot on earth and a woman's body," I thought that I would at least be in for a good read where I may potentially learn things. And I did. Apparently, by 'witty' the author must have been thinking her target audience was teenage boys, because, really, how many women do you know that refer to specific parts and regions of their anatomy as "chia pet", "big fat bald guys", "beaver" or even "fur burger"?

My all-time favorite part of the book was when the author stated, "it is hard to describe the feeling of an orgasm. Though if you imagined fireworks shoe shopping you wouldn't be that far off." I apparently never got the memo that stated that all women must like both fireworks and shoe shopping to understand what in fact an orgasm may feel like. Which is funny because sometimes that combination can personally leave me with a headache and tired feet; if that's what an orgasm feels like, I would have to pass. Wouldn't it have just been easier for the author to state that "it is hard to describe the feeling of an orgasm as it provokes different feelings and emotions from each individual"? Hell, why not even go with a heightened feeling of sensitivity and awareness? Really, I think almost anything would have been better than a comparison to shoes.

The only redeeming quality of the book was the fact that it was aesthetically interesting in terms of layouts, illustration and fonts. However that in itself is really just not enough to redeem this book.
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  • Cock Wrangler
    Ugh. The more I read about this book, the more I want to write the author an angry email about her gross misuse of the concept "empowering". Thanks for the review.
  • Ansley Agnello
    Ansley Agnello  
    I have a copy of this.. and I agree with you 100%. I do like the aesthetics. Nice design. You're right. But.. not redemptive.
  • ZenaidaMacroura
    ZenaidaMacroura  
    This book just sounds offensive. Definitely not one I'll be reading. I mean, chia pet? Just...wow.
  • Epiphora
    Epiphora  
    Haha, yes, for me shoe shopping is like hell on earth. Nowadays I buy a pair of Converse online whenever mine die, and that is how I shoe shop.
  • Nashville
    Nashville  
    Unfortunately, some really crappy writers are getting published... I'm glad you didn't have to pay for the book, it sounds like an ole big pile of dung.
  • Naughty Student
    It is always very disapointing reading a un-useful book. Sorry it was not such a great incentive ha ha ha hope you found a little treat for yourself!
  • Airen Wolf
    Airen Wolf  
    I am reasonably certain I do not have 'big fat bald guys' anywhere on my body...perhaps IN my body if I am feeling particularly adventurous but not ON my body!
    Good review!
  • Trashley
    Trashley  
    I wonder what the author's orgasms are like if she's thinking shoes..
  • Aydios
    Aydios  
    Book just looks like it is just entertaining not really useful in know how
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