I Love Female Orgasm - guides to a better sex by Marlowe&Company - review by Carrie Ann

I Love Female Orgasm

Book by Marlowe&Company

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What's not to love?

This is a terrific book for just about anyone. Easy to read yet full of useful information divided into very clear chapters about every subject imaginable - from masturbation to anal sex to transgender orgasm. Not too technical yet backed up by not only research but opinion and quotes from real people.
Not too technical, modern, easy to read and understand, something for everyone
Not as comprehensive as a more technical book
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useful review
We all Heart female orgasms and this book has something for all of us. From the beginner to the advanced, there is something to learn by picking up this book.

The product description claims I Heart Female Orgasms is a "playful, honest approach to the mystery behind female orgasms" and it couldn't be more right.

From the down to earth way the authors speak to us to the laymans terms and lack of technical jargon, this book is definitely easy to understand and outright simplistically honest.

It's divided into chapters devoted to particular subjects; from orgasm in general to oral sex, masturbation to toys and piercing, anal sex to birth control. It's really quite thorough in subject matter.

Each chapter is loaded not only with author's text but with little blurbs taken from research studies and quotes from actual women. Nothing is overwhelmingly technical and you'll even find simple, easy to understand graphs, diagrams and tables to help you understand things.

The information is up to date. It's copyrighted 2007, so you're not reading opinions and research done a decade ago. I Love Female Orgasms also addresses alternative sexuality in a way most books don't. There's an entire chapter devoted to lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and straight-but-adventurous orgasms.

It's a fairly short book (under 300 pages) and none of the pages are "overloaded" with information so it's easy to read straight thru, yet the clear cut chapters also make it easy to read just what interests you. A definite plus when you don't want to have to weed thru a mess of "excess" information just to learn a little bit about orgasm and anal sex or get some extra information on the g spot.

Sex guides and resources are a terrific thing, especially terrific when you find one that focuses on female pleasure exclusively!
Follow-up commentary
I've discovered I'm just awful at book reviews.

However - I was asked to share a snippet I found helpful so I'm going to, at least, do that.

"Women can feel the back of their own G-spot without even putting a finger inside their vagina. Here's how: First, find your pelvic bone, the hard, bony area at your lower abdomen, just above the shaft of your clitoris. Inch your fingers up your pelvic bone (toward your belly button) until the bone ends, and you feel the soft flesh of your lower belly. If you push in firmly there - the soft area just above your pubic bone - you may feel a somewhat sensitive area. That's the other side of the erectile tissue that makes up your G-spot...."
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  • Victoria
    I'm especially interested in the quotes from real people...that's what makes this book stand out to me. Thanks for the helpful synopsis!
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    Care to share a snippet you found really helpful?

    Honestly, I'm still not exactly sure what this is about from your review. You only mention guides once so is it a how-to or..? Or more just about orgasms in general?
  • Carrie Ann
    Well. The cover of the book calls it "An Extraordinary Orgasm Guide".

    Is it a how-to? Not n the sense that it gives step by step directions. But it is a guide to understanding and achieving orgasm. I figured that was pretty self explanatory by the sentence "sex guides and resources are a terrific thing, especially terrific when you find one that focuses on female pleasure exclusively!"


    I"d find you a snippet but I don't have the book in my office at the moment.
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    I think it may be more of the type of book than your review which is confusing me, now that I think about it.
  • Carrie Ann
    It's kind of hard to categorize it.

    It's listed as an "educational and informative" book but it's not exactly a how to.

    It's not like a fiction read or essay, though, either.

    I look at it as sort of a resource full of tidbits of useful knowledge and info but it's presented in a very light hearted manner so it's not a boring, heavy read like some how to's and self help books.
  • tortilla
    thanks for the followup comment
  • Woman China
    Oh I love snippets and what a perfect one to share!!!

    Thank-you for sharing, I am glad to hear that it is more of a light and fun read!!! Those are the best guides to read!! As long as they don't "dumb" things down that is. I've read a few books on various things sex related and felt stupid just reading them because of the terms used.
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