Clit-ology Master Every Move from A to G-Spot to Give Her Ultimate Pleasure

Clit-ology by Jordan LaRousse and Samantha Sade

Master Every Move from A to G-Spot to Give Her Ultimate Pleasure

Format: Trade Paperback , 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781592334865
Publisher: Quiver Books
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Clit-ology is a savvy guide to a woman's most intimate geography and how men can work it for her pleasure as well as his own. Filled with techniques for getting her wet, wild, and orgasmic, Clit-ology addresses myths and mysteries surrounding her secret garden such as “Can a woman really become revirginized if she doesn't have sex for a long time?”, “Why does it take a woman four times as long as a man to climax?”, and “How does a woman's internal anatomy change during arousal and intercourse?” Written by Jordan LaRousse and Samantha Sade, founders of the top erotica site Oysters & Chocolate, Clit-ology gives real-gal advice on what gets women to “OH, yes!!” This book demystifies the pussy with a combination of sexual techniques, vagina lore and trivia, andreal-gal advice about what turns them on “down there.”

Samantha Sade is a co-owner and co-editor of the premier online magazine for womenu2019s erotica, Oysters & Chocolate (www.oystersandchocolate.com) along with Jordan LaRousse. The site is now home to over 700 articles stories, 24,000 unique visitors per month and over 50 galleries of stimulating erotic art. O&C is the sex-positive playground for adult women of all ages and demographics. Through Oysters & Chocolate, the duo strives to not only provide quality literary erotica, but to engage women from all walks of life in the topic of sex in a fun and informative way. The sex-advice question and answer column u201cAsk Jordan,u201d as well as the many toy, video, website, and product reviews written by Jordan and Samantha have established the site as a serious and trusted place to go for sex information and education.

Jordan LaRousse is a co-owner and co-editor of the premier online magazine for women's erotica, Oysters & Chocolate (www.oystersandchocolate.com) along with Samantha Sade. The site is now home to over 700 articles and stories, 24,000 unique visitors per month and over 50 galleries of stimulating erotic art. O&C is the sex-positive playground for adult women of all ages and demographics. Through Oysters & Chocolate, the duo strives to not only provide quality literary erotica, but to engage women from all walks of life in the topic of sex in a fun and informative way. The sex-advice question and answer column 'Ask Jordan,' as well as the many toy, video, website, and product reviews written by Jordan and Samantha have established the site as a serious and trusted place to go for sex information and education. LaRousse is the co-author of Penis Genius, Clit-ology, and Mastering Your Man from Head to Head and the co-editor of two erotic anthologies. She believes that great sex comes from that spark when the mind, body, and imagination come together in perfect harmony. She is based in Denver, Colorado.
Format: Trade Paperback , 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781592334865
Illustrations: 60
Size: 8 in x 8 in / 203 mm x 203 mm
Published:

Introduction: Why This Is the Must-Read Book for Men Who Want Pussy

Chapter 1 / VulvAnatomy: A Comprehensive Atlas to Your Favorite Lass

Chapter 2 / The Big O: Journey to the Center of Her Orgasm

Chapter 3 / Finger Fun: Let Your Fingers Do the Walking!

Chapter 4 / Licking the Cunny: Proper Techniques for Delivering Amazing Cunnilingus

Chapter 5 / Fun with Dick: Mastering the Bump ’n Grind

Chapter 6 / And Anal: Approaching Ass-tastic Amusement

Chapter 7 / Her Other Buttons: Where to Find Them and How to Push Them

Chapter 8 / Oh Boy, Let’s Talk Toys!: Add Them to Your Repertoire for Her Endless Amusement, and Yours

Chapter 9 / Her Brain on Sex: The Mind-to-Pussy Connection

Chapter 10 / Her Libido: From Wild Girl to Cold Shoulder, What Does It all Mean?

Chapter 11 / Big-Bellied Mamas: Pregnancy and Childbirth and Its Effect on Her Sexuality

Endnotes

Acknowledgments

About the Authors