Gush: Good Releasing’s Guide to Female Ejaculation

Gush: The Official Guide to the G-Spot & Female Ejaculation is part of Good Releasing’s Pleasure-Ed Series that also includes a guide to cunnilingus and another to fellatio. All feature Good Vibrations staff sexologist Dr. Carol Queen, the Co-Founder of the Center for Sex and Culture. What I would describe as educational porn, each film integrates sex scenes with the sex information.

To answer all the questions and myths that surround the G-spot and female ejaculation, Gush is set up as a radio show in which Dr. Queen answers callers’ questions. Dr. Queen offers advice and suggestions for techniques, positions, exercises, and more. She explains where the G-spot is and how first to find it; the differences between different orgasms (clitoral, G-spot, and blended); what sex toys to use and how; and what female ejaculate is and where it comes from. Interspersed are five sex numbers illustrating what we learn from Dr. Queen’s answers to the callers’ questions. Ranging from girl-girl sex to girl-boy sex and solo sex, they all incorporate lots of sex toys.

The extra material includes a half-hour presentation on female anatomy and the G-spot where Dr. Queen summarizes the myths and challenges of female ejaculation, in particular the importance of women overcoming whatever shame they may feel about their sexuality, and finding the right sex toys.

Included on the extra material is also a forty-five minute educational slide show by registered nurse Sheri Winston of the Intimate Arts Center, as well as interviews with the performers.

At Good Vibrations online you can find lots of suggestions for specific toys to use (G-Spot Toys), as well as written information about the G-spot and female ejaculation (G-Spot & Female Ejaculation How To Articles).

For a summary of the sex scenes featured on Gush, I recommend this Gush review by Flying Solo: Navigator talks toys.

Quizzical Mama

Quizzical mama, aka Anne G. Sabo, PhD, is a former academic turned public educator, author, speaker, freelance writer, and mama- and sex blogger. Her book After Pornified: How Women Are Transforming Pornography & Why It Really Matters (Zer0 Books, October 2012) has been called “a goldmine for all sex-positive women and men,” and a “candid, well-informed personal story of how a good girl became involved in porn." She writes mores about progressive porn and sex-positivity in her New porn by women blog and at her resource site Love, Sex, and Family, and she muses about life and parenting in her Quizzical mama blog. She lives in Northfield, Minnesota, a small college town just south of the Twin Cities, with her spouse and their preschooler daughter. You can follow her on Facebook or on Twitter @quizzicalmama.

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