Thursday, September 2, 2010

Women's Anatomy of Arousal by Sheri Winston CNM RN BSN LMT

Women have a largely unknown network of structures responsible for arousal and orgasm that even most medical professionals don’t know about. Join celebrated sexuality teacher Sheri Winston as she integrates ancient wisdom, lost knowledge and modern sexuality information in a sexy, fun, empowering guidebook that illuminates every woman’s secret paths to fabulous, orgasmically abundant sex. (Taken from the back of the book)


After reading the book myself and having varied thoughts about it, I thought it might be fun to get two more perspectives on it, both from male and female perspective. Personally, I like the way the book is set up. There are handy gray boxes throughout the book so that men can flip through and gain the most pertinent information to them. There are white outlined boxes as you flip through the book filled with ‘homework’ for women. The quotes and pictures inserted are beautiful. The sheer amount of research that went into this book is impressive and it’s worth a read if only for that. This book is not for the faint of heart and the easily offended, however.

SHE SAID: From the cover of the book, I was expecting a nice, calm manual that would show me possible secrets that might help in the bedroom. That isn’t exactly what I found. Though I enjoyed a lot of the book, I was a little disturbed at being asked to spend some quality time with my yoni. I felt like I was an extra character in ‘Julia’s Chocolates’. There is some good information to be found here, and several chuckles.

HE SAID: When I first looked at the book I thought that it would have some good information in it regarding ways to help my love life. I found this book extremely hilarious and could not take anything she had to say seriously. I found that this book was incredibly hard to get through to the point where I didn’t even finish it entirely. I glimpsed through most of the book and found that the author needs to re-evaluate her writing style. If she was writing a comedy and not a book that was supposed to be informational, then she did a good job. I would not recommend reading this to anyone.

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