The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot

by Violet Blue

reviewed by alwaysarousedgirl on Thu 27 Sep 2007


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You know, I feel like I’ve got a pretty damn good handle on my own g-spot. But hey, who can’t learn more, right?

With that in mind, I sat down one cool autumn afternoon with Violet Blue’s The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot. The book is an entertaining and highly informative read–but how could it be anything less with an author such as Violet Blue?

If I may, I will attempt to summarize this book in one sentence. Here goes: Every woman has a g-spot, which she can both learn to find and stimulate if she so desires; however, if she has no interest in finding or stimulating her g-spot, that’s fine too, because there are many other wonderful sexual activities that don’t include the g-spot.

One reason I liked this book is because of Violet Blue’s low-pressure approach. There’s no stress. She does not suggest to her readers that g-spot stimulation is the only way or even the best way to reach orgasm. She does not hype g-spot play in such a way that her readers might feel annoyed or somehow deficient if their g-spotting experiences aren’t all that great.

I really like that approach. I spent years toying around with my own g-spot without understanding what all the fuss was about. I read articles back then about the wonders of the g-spot orgasm, and I usually ended up feeling like I was missing something crucial because I wasn’t passing out or entering some new plane of existence when I touched myself that way.

The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot offers reassuring advice on how to find and stimulate the g-spot. It manages to correct much of the misinformation floating around about g-spot stimulation, such as the idea that every woman adores it (not true) or that the barest g-spot touch will send a woman into ecstasy (definitely not true). There’s a lesson on gushing, as well as plentiful information on the best sorts of toys for g-spot play.

Violet Blue’s book would be an excellent read for someone interested in getting the most mileage possible out of her anatomy. The easy-to-read, friendly style will appeal to g-spot amateurs and old hands alike.

The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot by Violet Blue
Available at Babeland
Paperback, 160 pages
Published 2007 $14.95