Female ejaculation and the G-spot - book by Hunter House Publishers - review by Dawn (Lilac Distraction)

Dear god, just make it stop.

Who doesn't want to know how to make huge messes in the bed? This book seemed like it would be a wealth of information when it comes to female ejaculation but it doesn't seem to take it seriously. There's too much hippie stuff. The book is incredibly repetitive. "Don't be afraid of peeing!" It's also written for someone who has never touched their vagina, has no clue what a G-spot is, is incredibly timid, and doesn't understand things the first 50 times.
Good for timid beginners who need repetition, unintentionally hilarious, a little relevant info
Repetitive, little useful info, doesn't seem serious, strictly hetero references
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
(See that woman right over there on the cover of this book? That's the same facial expression I had while reading this.)

Learning how to conquer your G-spot can be a frustrating experience, but it's a very rewarding one. Figuring out the workings of your own vaginal mechanics can be incredibly confusing. We're all different so their can't be one user manual that works for every one of us. This book, however, is a great guide to help you write your own for you and others to consult when the time comes.

The title, Female Ejaculation & The G-Spot makes it seem like ejaculation is the main focus, but it's really the other way around. Ejaculation comes from knowing how to get in there and work everything right, and this guide will teach you how to do that. Even if you don't ejaculate there's still an incredible amount of pleasure you can get out of knowing just how to get all up in the G-spot.

In the introduction the book gets a little out there and slides away from the technical aspect of stimulation. Apparently female ejaculation can help you learn more about your emotions, mentions something about "healing your G-spot" from emotionally painful experiences, and how doing this can lead you to greater emotional intimacy and opens your heart. As women we should all scream out a resounding chorus of "YES WE CAN!" Umm . . . okay? Didn't see that coming. I just wanted to learn how to do it because I thought it was awesome.

The start of the book dedicates a whole 26 pages explaining the G-spot and ejaculation. It has a number of awkward images covering the anatomy of the "female prostate", the G-spot, and everything else that's in there. It explains over and over again that female ejaculate isn't urine and that you shouldn't be afraid of it. It also has two little subchapters at the beginning and the end of the chapter that cover the same idea that all women can ejaculate. Apparently the author wrote this book for the most timid and dense reader out there. Those of us who get it the first time will just find it repetitive.

And for your viewing pleasure, those awkward diagrams:


Chapter 3 covers some ancient history of female ejaculation. It's mildly interesting, but it's strange that it's thrown right in the middle of all of this technical information.

Chapter 4 teaches you how to ejaculate without an orgasm. (Where's the fun in that?) This chapter introduces the PC muscles, how to strengthen them, and their role in female ejaculation. Again, we have another huge chunk of encouragement for the timid woman that repeats the fact that it's not a horribly embarrassing thing. You're not peeing. It covers some techniques on how to get yourself in the mood for solo sessions. (Hell, just thinking about it is usually enough for me.) Then it tells you to stick your fingers in your vagina, dig around in there and take notes. It throws in some techniques for stimulating your "female prostate" and then says that ejaculation should be the easiest thing ever after that. (It's really not.) Again, for the 40th time, it's not pee, ladies!

Chapter 5 is how to ejaculate with an orgasm. Sadly, the chapter dedicated to this is quite thin. Blah, blah, blah, three types of orgasms being the clitoral, G-spot, and uterine. It's also got some rather odd suggestions about how to use masturbation as an emotional release. "'Letting go' isn't only about overcoming the fear of urinating, but letting one's emotions flow as well." What the hell? It's a lot of useless babble, actually. Well, if you've never masturbated before. They also suggest sex toys. This cracked me the hell up. "Jelly rubber is great!" No, no it's not. And it's also "silicone" not "silicon". Should I trust anything you say?

This is from that chapter:


Chapter 6 is rather short and has a few tidbits of slightly relative information. Again, don't be afraid that you're going to pee. Tell him (it's always 'him') what feels good. And these are the best positions for that. That's really it . . .

Chapter 7 is laughable. "Men's Role in Ejaculation". Really? Why is it always men? Why do you think that everyone is this heterosexual married couple? It basically goes over things that any sexually open woman should be able to tell her lover. Again, this book was apparently written for the most dense and timid people out there, men included.

Chapter 8. Oh man, it's that hippie stuff again. "How to Heal Your G-spot". It talks about sexual trauma and relationship issues and all that. You know, those things don't really injure your G-spot. They injure your security and comfort. How is a G-spot massage going to fix that? I don't know. This chapter lost me in the weird babble once again.

I was already aware of everything this book tried to teach me. Most people who have actually looked into female ejaculation will already. Hell, I've learned more from a small chapter in other books than I did here. The Whole Lesbian Sex Book actually taught me how to do it. If you want to be a gushing fountain but you're not quite sure how to do that just grab that book instead.
Chapter 9 is trying to act like it comes out of a tantra book. "Connection to the Self and Partner" Now, tantra takes a whole lot more to understand and accomplish than a handful of pages in the back of a book that is on a totally different subject. They could have just stopped this book at chapter 6, really.
Follow-up commentary
I've had this book for about 4 months now. Did I learn anything? No. Do I still laugh at it? Yes. I've actually talked a couple of my customers out of buying it and pointed them in the direction of books that were much more helpful and less weird. This book still makes me sad, but I do feel a sense of relief when I read other books with coherent and useful information because of it.
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  • Gracie
    Thanks for the review! I was curious about this book and I've looked at it several times and I couldn't decide if it would be useful or not. Thanks again for letting me know it's not.
  • Dawn (Lilac Distraction)
    You're welcome!

    It may not be good for information, but it sure is good for a laugh.
  • FemmeFlo
    Thanks for the review. I probably won't get this one...
  • Geogeo
    Thanks for the heads up!
  • Beneath The Bed
    Awesome review!
  • curious kitten
    great review, am looking closer now.
  • TransMarc
    Thanks for the review and photos of creepy diagrams. I'll definitely avoid this book!
  • VelvetDragon
    Brilliant book. I have only been able to squirt once, and would love to be able to again, but it sounds like this is not the book for me. Haha.
  • VelvetDragon
    Er, I meant "Brilliant REVIEW", not book.
  • pinkzombie
    Great pictures!
  • RxL00
  • tlemons
    Going to the whole lesbian book now thank you.
  • Ashleyxx
    Thanks for your review
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