The Ultimate Guide to Orgasm for Women: How to Become Orgasmic for a Lifetime

The Ultimate Guide to Orgasm for Women How to Become Orgasmic for a Lifetime Owning our desires should be neither embarrassing nor uncomfortable Nor should they be subject to anyone else s moral judgment of what is right or wrong good or bad normal or abnormal Combining comm

  • Title: The Ultimate Guide to Orgasm for Women: How to Become Orgasmic for a Lifetime
  • Author: Mikaya Heart Violet Blue
  • ISBN: 9781573447119
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • Owning our desires should be neither embarrassing nor uncomfortable Nor should they be subject to anyone else s moral judgment of what is right or wrong, good or bad, normal or abnormal Combining communication and information is the key By shrugging off the taboos against talking about our preferences and experiences when we re being sexual, we will take the first and mOwning our desires should be neither embarrassing nor uncomfortable Nor should they be subject to anyone else s moral judgment of what is right or wrong, good or bad, normal or abnormal Combining communication and information is the key By shrugging off the taboos against talking about our preferences and experiences when we re being sexual, we will take the first and most important steps toward ensuring our own fulfillment The Ultimate Guide to Orgasm for Women is an unflinchingly honest, responsible, and thoroughly comprehensive exploration of female sexuality Topics include The physical types of orgasm, such as electrical, flying, pounding, deep, waves, and blips orgasm as an emotional release the elusive orgasm and why some women have difficulty having one how often we fake them and why masturbation multiple orgasms the male female dichotomy penetration and the G spot defining the erotic and the joy of sex toys.

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    1. Reviewed By- PattiReview Copy Provided By- publisherThis was an interesting and very informative book. I had an expectation that it would be boring and written like a textbook, it was not. It is not a step by step how to book either. I found myself alternating between surprise and nodding in agreement. Some of the things that I learned have made me think quite differently about my body and my expectations for pleasure. It was very interesting reading the many quotes taken from interviews with pe [...]

    2. “There is a vast complexity of possibility in women’s orgasm, varying from whole body orgasm to clitoral or vaginal, from mental orgasm to intensely emotional ones. Consequently, it’s very hard to produce a definition that applies universally, and such a definition could never encompass the enormous variety of what women call orgasm.”According to the 2010 National Health and Social Life Survey only 64 percent of the women reported having an orgasm with a partner. A 1995 lesbian sex surve [...]

    3. Thought this was a good guide for women. It was very informational. Not so much about technique, but just about adjusting your attitude and developing a positive, no-pressure point of view about orgasms. I've never had a problem coming, but I think women who have had problems letting go sexually might find it helpful.My only issue with the book was that the author's extremely New Agey, so if you're not into that, you might want to skip the chapter on spirituality and ignore all the references to [...]

    4. I gave it only 4 stars because it really doesn't tell you "how to become orgasmic for a lifetime", and it didn't answer some of the questions that I personally had. It's mostly anecdotal from a lesbian's point of view and from her friends. Not extremely helpful for those of us who are more interested in heterosexual relationships. I did appreciate her philosophy written in the last chapter and the resource guide at the back of the book.

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