Welcome to the world of She Comes First, where the mystery of female satisfaction is solved and the tongue is proven mightier than the sword. According to Ian Kerner, clinical sexologist and evangelist of the female orgasm, oral sex has long been deemed an optional aspect of foreplay, but, in fact, it's coreplay: simply the best way for leading a woman through the entire process of sexual response.
Fun, informative, and easy to read, She Comes First is a virtual encyclopedia of female pleasure, detailing dozens of tried-and-true techniques for consistently satisfying a woman and step-by-step instructions to ensure success. These simple methods represent a new era in sexual intimacy, one in which the exchange of pleasure occurs on a level playing field and fulfillment is mutual.
She Comes First exuberantly offers a fresh new sexual philosophy that inspires every man to make a mantra of Rhett Butler's infamous line to Scarlett O'Hara, "You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how."
For Adults Only: You must be 18 years or older to purchase.
Find out what else is on Ian Kerner's mind in this interview with the author.
©2004 Ian Kerner; (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
"An entire book written strictly for the pleasure of women by a man. Hallelujah!" (Playgirl)
I did't particularly mind the recurring literary allusions in the book, as did several of the reviewers, nor did I mind the extension background information in the early parts (even though it was mostly a review). I enjoyed the book. However, I did *not* particularly care for the author's reading voice; it would have been better read by someone with a "professional" voice. If I had it to do over, I would have bought the actual book, rather than the audiobook version.
Just like all similar books on the market, almost the entire book focuses on the anatomy of the female body and statistics on how many women orgasm during sex and how many don?t. The book tells you very little on what to do. So after you?ve lost 5 hours of listening time, you are left with tons of useless facts and you still have no idea what to do with a woman.
If you want to learn the make up of the female anatomy, pick up a real biology book. If you want to learn how to make your woman happy, pick another book with real techniques.
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First hour of book is like listening to the New Yorker magazine being read aloud. Snore. Does author have hatred for men's bodies? (How dare you stick that thing into a woman, bow down and worship the all mighty pink winkie.)
This guy should have his genitals revoked. He actually quotes Loraine Bobbitt to make a point about oral sex. (Better start licking or I’ll start clipping).
Down load a copy of How to Make Love to a Woman All Night. It will teach you excellent techniques in lovemaking.
You CAN glean some useful information from this book, but if you buy into all of this guys thinking, he will turn you into a lap dog, literally.
May i suggest a woman narrator for this book? While the material it's self is informative, it's hard to listen to the narration. The mans voice isn't exactly befitting for a sex manual. More like a biology lecture.
I have been trying to take time to sit down and read this book but now that I have it on my iPOD, I have completed the book in two day! Thanks! It is wonderful to be able to listen and do other things at the same time! Keep them coming!
I "came" across this audio book and thought it sounded intriguing and could not wait to try out what I learned on my wife, although she prefers regular activity to the oral variety (according to Ian Kerner she is an aberration because most of the nerves are in the front and most women only enjoy the pressure in the front from regular activity). Anyway, it got a bit too technical and he seemed to hang up on proving that this form of activity is as good or better than (superior to) the regular thing for women (even if they don't articulate it, get more out of this type of thing). It seemed to bog down in explaining the female anatomy and the actual purpose of each of the parts. (In this case, diagrams and pictures would have made sense.) Maybe he knows his stuff (he has a new best-selling book out now), but to me it seemed like he was having a problem making his point and doing it in an interesting way. Also, it seemed like his voice changed pitch/level/volume as though the book was narrated over a period of days, weeks and at different times of the day. I am sure I could convince my wife to submit to this sort of activity, if only I had better materials, a better presentation and it was easier to follow. He seemed convinced it was a good way to go (I have no qualms about doing it) but he was not effective enough, IMHO.
I think the author is a complete disgrace to male kind, and needs to grow some b...s I don't think this a real man writing this book, and if there are more man like this in our great country, it won't be so great in a short while.
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