From the NY Times best-selling author of oral-sex classic, She Comes First, arrives a new primer on pleasuring women that no student of female sexuality should be without. Gentlemen, how well do you know your female sexual geography? Can you name all 18 parts of the clitoris -- that's right, eighteen -- as well as the best ways to stimulate each of those parts? When facing a vulva, can you pinpoint her "front commissure", or are you neglecting this sexual epicenter and its seismic pleasure-potential? Are you truly "cliterate" or, like many a man, do you know more about what's under the hood of a car than the hood of a clitoris? A sex life is a terrible thing to waste, and no man should be ill-cliterate. This manual covers it all, from the latest science of female sexual arousal to practical tips for producing the perfect orgasm. Whether you are seeking to refine your techniques or develop new ones, you'll soon be on the fast-track to "clitoral connoisseur."
Female sexual geography and developing a "clitoral compass"
The real (not phony) signs of female sexual arousal
Delivering a consistently first-rate female orgasm
The methodology behind multiple orgasms
The "4-Spot, 5 Part" female orgasm for the more advanced student
How to give a woman a "deep-tissue" orgasm
Making the most of your penis size
Simultaneous Orgasms and Getting into the 90-Second Window
Best Positions for Exponentially Intensifying Pleasure
Wielding a Vibrator like a Sexual Jedi
Selected Insights into the Female Sexual Brain
About the Author
Ian Kerner, Ph.D, is a sexuality counselor and New York Times best-selling author of numerous books including She Comes First: the Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman. He is also the author of the Good in Bed Guide to Overcoming Premature Ejaculation and 52 Weeks of Amazing Sex. He appears frequently on the TODAY Show and also writes a weekly sex column for CNN.com. Ian is certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists and lives with his wife and two sons in New York City.