- “Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot” is one of the best sexology books for those who want to help their partner find more intimate pleasure.
- Only 18.4 percent of women have orgasms from penetrative intercourse alone.
- Experiencing a G-spot orgasm or female ejaculation can improve your partner’s sexual confidence — and yours!
Did you know that only 18.4 percent of women have orgasms from intercourse alone? Discovering the G-spot and female ejaculation with your partner will help you experience her full orgasmic potential. Deborah Sundahl’s “Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot: Not Your Mother’s Orgasm Book!” is one of the best sexology books written on this topic.
Why We Love It
If you ever wanted to know the secrets of women’s sexuality, this guide will exceed your expectations. Deborah Sundahl has devoted her life to teaching women and couples about the power of the G-spot. The book is a mix of digestible, research-based information with step-by-step explanations.
Is This Book for You?
Many guys see women’s sexuality as a mysterious world. Getting your partner to orgasm is a game of trial and error. It doesn’t have to be this way! Sundahl’s book explains in simple terms where the famous G-spot is and how to find it.
Here’s why you may want to read this book:
You Want To Please Her in New Ways
You’re the guy who does his homework. You’re up to speed on all things clitoris and bought sex toys to help your lover climax. Yet, you’re well aware that she rarely orgasms from intercourse. She’ll make a few sounds to cheer you on when you’re close, but she likely won’t scream and moan from penetration alone.
It’s true that the clitoris is a woman’s main pleasure organ, but you may not know that partner’s orgasmic potential is much greater. After reading “Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot” you’ll understand what’s possible — and have the tools to make it happen.
Your Partner Is Inhibited
You adore your partner and think she’s super-hot. You tell her every day — if only she believed you! You often hear her complaining about her looks. Maybe she’s shy in the bedroom. With the knowledge and skills from this book, you can take your partner on a journey of sexual awakening.
Realizing she can have G-spot orgasms may be exactly what she needs to gain confidence. And experiencing female ejaculation could be a milestone in her sexual development.
Important: Never put pressure on her to climax in a certain way, or to learn to produce a “feminine fountain.” These things are nice to have but not a must to be sexually fulfilled.
You Want a Deeper Connection
Has your partner been sending you “subtle signs” that she wants sex to be a more spiritual experience? Think links to a Netflix show with Gwyneth Paltrow talking about tantra or brochures for “couple’s retreats” spread on the coffee table.
Here’s some good news. You don’t have to spend your kids’ college savings to travel to India to “discover your inner path.” Start closer to home and deepen the emotional connection through lovemaking.
Orgasms that come from the G-spot tend to be emotional and cathartic for women. Be prepared for some tears and give her the time and space to feel all the feels. Extra points for sharing your own emotions with her (if only a little).
What You’ll Learn
As a man, you may be thinking, “What is there to learn about ejaculation?” For someone living in the male body, it feels so obvious and natural. You almost always ejaculate when you have an orgasm.
For women, it’s different. The capacity to climax or ejaculate is there, but it takes some time and patience to master. The book will assist you in becoming a better lover to the woman in your life.
The G-Spot Isn’t Really a Spot
The title of the book is a bit misleading, as the famous G-spot is actually a fairly large area within the vagina. And that’s good news! You don’t have to touch your partner with medical precision, trying to locate that one tiny button hidden somewhere inside her body. Instead, focus on applying steady pressure with your fingers or a sex toy, and see how she reacts.
Don’t Go Too Deep
To learn how to stimulate her G-spot, don’t rely on porn for instructions. You’ll most likely see a man thrusting away with his fingers, deep inside his partner’s vagina. What you really should be doing is exploring with your fingers at the entrance, near her urethra (urinary tract), no deeper than one or two knuckles.
Many women think they don’t have a G-spot or are unable to ejaculate. They are trying to find a point in their body that provides immediate and explosive results. That’s a mistake.
Discovering pleasure from the G-spot takes time and patience; it may not happen in one try. Sundahl advises women to find their sensitive spot first, before exploring its pleasures with a partner. So, go ahead, make this book a birthday gift for that special woman in your life!
Female Ejaculation Is Not Urine
Many women are afraid to experiment with female ejaculation because it can feel like the need to empty the bladder. Researchers have found out that the ejaculatory fluid is expelled through the urethra, but it’s not urine.
To learn how to ejaculate, the woman needs to get over the fear of urinating. It takes great trust to allow a partner to witness female ejaculation, especially in the beginning. Do everything you can to make her feel safe and reassure her that whatever happens, it’s OK.
Your Sexual Health Is Important for Her Pleasure
Discovering G-spot orgasms and female ejaculation can deepen your intimate relationship, and it’s lots of fun! However, to make the most of your sexual connection, you should both take care of your sexual health.
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Anka Grzywacz is a sexologist, reproductive health expert and Certified Sex Coach™. In her online practice she helps busy women and couples solve their intimate problems.