Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot

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Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot

Revised 2nd edition

The first edition of Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot was meant to raise awareness about the phenomenon of female ejaculation and resurrect a now lost wonder, as well as the mystery surrounding this aspect of female sexuality. It empowered women who already ejaculated and taught women who wanted to. The second edition of the book promises to do even more through its mindful approach to awakening the sensations of the G-spot, and in offering a gentler and safer method that Deborah developed to enable a woman to have more control over her ability to ejaculate.

The revision also includes more testimonials from workshop participants, an interview with a sexual healer, and an expanded list of outside references, resources, product makers, and tantra teachers. Sundahl summarizes and explains new information that has come to light regarding the G-spot, paying special attention to the renamed and researched PC muscles, and new "find, see, and feel" techniques for ejaculating with a partner. She has also added new information to her section on men's role in female ejaculation, updating findings on men's sexual tastes. Finally, this edition includes new illustrations and links to online video clips. With its new features meant to enhance Sundahl's original empowering and healing message regarding female sexuality, the second edition of Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot helps readers appreciate the wonders and healing potential of female ejaculation.

Deborah Sundahl has been a leading expert on female ejaculation for more than 25 years. She writes and lectures extensively and has created top-selling videos on the subject. Sundahl also leads weekend workshops for couples and women to help them see, find, and feel their G-spots. She lives in Silver City, NM.

Gina Ogden is a licensed marriage and family therapist and an associate professor of sexology at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. She lives in Cambridge, MA.