G-Spot Chronicles brings into convergence celebrated scholars and experts in female sexuality to examine issues surrounding explosive female orgasms evoked by the elusive G-Spot - exploring the implications for female sexuality.
This documentary project challenges recent claims by the British research scientists of King’s College, London. The Consortium of Ejaculating Women featured in this program controverts the British scientists’ conclusion (in 2009) that “the G-Spot [is a] myth.” In 2009 the researchers had declared, after a topical inquiry, that the phenomenon was a fantasy of the female imagination. But in 2010, a group of French doctors called the study medical machismo.
Featured here are Jaiya, Suzie Heumann, Deborah Sundahl, Dr. Carol Queen, and Dr. Pamela Rogers - authors, sexologists, sex-educators, a sociologist and a psychologist. The consortium also features four new ejaculating women blasting the British claim. G-Spot Chronicles heralds new dimensions in female sexuality. A GTVI documentary.
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Makes you want to hear moreeeeee!
Super stories, and interviews, the voices where nice and soothing, all in all, it leaves you hungry for more information!
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informative but repetitive
Is there anything you would change about this book?
There was a lot of repeating by the different presenters. A wider variety of information & viewpoints would have been better than repeating the same material.
Has G-Spot Chronicles: Ejaculating Women and the G-Spot Mystique turned you off from other books in this genre?
No. I'll keep researching for myself.
What three words best describe the narrator’s performance?
Enthusiastic, encouraging, repetitive
Did G-Spot Chronicles: Ejaculating Women and the G-Spot Mystique inspire you to do anything?
Examine my thoughts & beliefs related to the subject matter.
Any additional comments?
Encouraging women that ejaculation can be learned is wonderful, but doesn't address women that weren't seeking the experience our trying to learn it. There is no voice for women that aren't sure they want this or aren't completely excited & enthusiastic about the prospect.
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