Most sex manuals that have been written in the past fifteen years include some information about the g spot
and if all you want to do is know how to "find it" and what it might feel like, any good sex manual will do. But if you're looking for more detailed information and youre the kind of person who likes to read about the history and politics of sexuality read on. Few of the following titles offer much critique of g spot theory and marketing but reading any of these books will likely raise a few questions in addition to offering some answers.
Another concise, easy to read, and fun guide from author Violet Blue, the Smart Girl's Guide to the G Spot is accessible to all sexual tastes, orientations, and starting points. Covering anatomy and technique, g spot stimulation with toys, with partners, and of course with yourself, and lots of resources for more reading and leaning Violet Blue gives you everything you need and nothing you don't to find out if g spot stimulation is for you.
Written by Deborah Sundahl, one of the best known g spot and female ejaculation educators and activists. This new one of a kind educational handbook covers a mass of topic related to female ejaculation and the g spot; including anatomy, workshops, history, exercises. An excellent resource for anyone interested in exploring female ejaculation and the g-spot.
Originally published in 1982, this book was based on the early research of Beverley Whipple and her colleagues into the existence and function of the g spot. More clinical in tone, and politically and culturally a bit out of date, this book (which has sold over one million copies) is still an important text in the history of our understanding of the g spot.
Down There Press
Author Cathy Winks offers a concise, easy to read handbook that describes how to find the spot, enhance your pleasure, and let your partner in on the secret. Myths about female ejaculation are debunked, with good references and a medical and literary history.
From the Federation of Feminist Women's Health Center, this book is about much more than the g spot, but is fascinating reading for anyone who wants to learn more womens bodies than what youre told in sex ed (if you even had sex ed.) It includes topics such as self-examination, home remedies, menstrual extraction- as well as a redefinition of the function and structure of the clitoris
Another title that is broader than the g-spot, but eye opening and informative. Author Rebecca Chalker is a womens health writer and activist, and the book is a mix of history, anatomy, debunking the myths and outlining the facts of womens sexual anatomy, as well as a series of engaging personal stories.