Men have always valiantly struggled to elicit the female orgasm but rarely will a man ask: "What do I do?" Now, the answer can be right on the tip of his tongue.
For the sexually cliterate man the mystery of female satisfaction is solved and the tongue is mightier than the sword. Oral sex has long been considered an optional aspect of foreplay when its real role is as coreplay, the best, tried and tested, guaranteed, way of bringing a woman through the entire process of sexual response.
She Comes First is an encyclopedia of female pleasure, with dozens of techniques for satisfying your female partner and illustrated step-by-step instructions that will ensure success.
Fun, informative and accessible Ian Kerner introduces a new era in sexual relationships, where the exchange of pleasure is for mutual fulfillment. She Comes First is the sexual philosophy of a new generation, a sex manual dedicated entirely to women's pleasure for both men and women.
"Readable and friendly, and resolutely women-centric... Perhaps it's time we paid more than lip service to the idea of true sexual liberation, and perhaps She Comes First is just the soft of talking point we need to get us started." 'The Guardian'
"An entire book written strictly for the pleasure of women by a man. Hallelujah!" 'Playgirl'
"As we all know, or should know, sex is about sharing - emotionally and physically. However, there's a group of people who fail to understand this important balance. They're called 'Men'... Although blokes are fully aware that oral is a standard requirement for any modern relationship, most haven't cottoned on to the fact that it should take longer to perform than polishing off a Mr Whippy." 'Cosmopolitan'
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She Comes First by Ian Kerner PhD
She Comes First is a fantastic sex guide written by Dr Ian Kerner. It includes dozens of sex tips to help her enjoy greater pleasure, with step-by-step illustrations to ensure success.
She Comes First by Ian Kerner Ph.D 9 out of 10 (3 reviews) Write your own review
Reading this should be mandatory
Reviewed: 24 November 2011 by RedCheeks, a Bisexual Single Female
I first got this book around two and a half years ago. Having had pleasant experiences with someone who had taken the time to educate themself on the subject matter and seeing just how effective a little knowledge could be, I decided to look into picking up a similar book. Knowing that men can be easily offended I figured it was worth having a good book on the subject on hand so I could casually loan it out if necessary.
After a little searching for books on the subject “She Comes First” came the most highly recommended and for good reason. After waiting patiently for the book to arrive I was glad when it finally came. The book itself has a wonderful cover. It very elegantly represents the subject matter without being vulgar or pornographic.
It is written by a man called Ian Kerner, who explains that after years of suffering with feelings of sexual inadequacy caused by premature ejaculation he set about finding other more fulfilling ways to please a woman. It is clear to me that his search was not in vain.
He clearly knows the subject matter inside and out, literally! He explains in simple but extremely accurate terms the complete stages and sexual responses that lead a woman to orgasm.
Additionally he talks a bit about the history of female sexuality. He tells the reader about the origin of some of the confusion and myths surrounding female anatomy and orgasms. After giving it to my current partner to read both he and I agree that his technique improved greatly.
My one and only issue with the book really is that the author gears the entire thing towards orgasm, and says a number of times that you shouldn’t start a session of cunnilingus without making her cum. While we all love orgasms, sometimes I just want a nice bit of play without the pressure of orgasm hanging over the whole situation.
Other than this smallest of problems I think it is overall very well written and a great source of information for anyone who wants to know just how to please a woman.
- Well written, informative, clearly laid out techniques.
- Maybe a little too orgasm focused at times.
- Bottom line
- Even the most advanced cunnilinguist will find they still learn a trick or two.
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