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Dismissed and misunderstood for hundreds of years, the clitoris is the one part of the female body whose sole purpose is pleasure. The truth is out there and internationally celebrated sex educator Rebecca Chalker has something to say about it.
In The Clitoral Truth, Chalker offers the only mainstream, in-depth exploration devoted solely to women's genital anatomy and sexual response.
Her highly informative tour of the clitoris is a sexuality workshop in book form. Female readers-straight, lesbian and bi-sexual-will learn new routes to sexual pleasure and new ways to enhance their sexual response, and male readers will discover a world they never dreamed of.
The Clitoral Truth describes how women have begun to transform the deeply entrenched male-centred model of sexuality by emphasizing full body pleasure, and the ways women are increasing their pleasure through masturbation, sex toys, videos, books, workshops, individual coaching sessions and through the wealth of information available on the Internet.
Here are vivid personal accounts, a savvy, in-depth survey of female sexuality resources, and the bold and explicit illustrations of San Franciscan artist Fish. For people who want to expand their sexual horizons, discover The Clitoral Truth.
This book really can change lives. by Billy
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I thought I knew quite a lot about female anatomy, but I have learnt a lot myself in the last few days as I have read this book.
For me, the most interesting parts are the first chapters which do focus almost entirely on the anatomy of female genitalia. i had no idea the shape, let alone the size, of my clitoris! i will never again refer to my vulva, or vagina, when what i am talking about is my clitoris. i now understand a lot of the reasons why touch that feels so good, feels so good. i am better informed about my own body and those of my female lovers.
Other chapters in the book cover social and historical facts about the clitoris, female ejaculation, and various sexual practises. the author has a clear focus on and interest in non-penetrative sex which may grate somewhat with those of us who really like to penetrate and be penetrated, but on the other hand it is clear she only wants to "de-emphasise" this act rather than end its practise, and i understand her reasoning for this. she is not saying we shouldn't do it, just that it needs to stop being the be-all and end-all of our thoughts about sex. and boy does she back this up with information!
I recommend this book for all female-bodied people, plus anyone raising a female-bodied child, plus anyone ever likely to have sex with a female-bodied person, as a matter of urgency. this is what you don't learn at school, and what you really really need to know. i am off now to lend it to my sister, as an act of mercy for my young niece. (Posted on 13/11/2009)
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