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GUSH: The Official Guide to the G-Spot and Female Ejaculation

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2010. Directed by Jack Strano, Shar Rednour, Coyote Days
Runtime: 98 min.

It’s not just the go-to source of G-spot wisdom — it’s a show-and-tell extravaganza about the sometimes-elusive spot (also known as the prostata femina or paraurethral sponge). Complete with information about anatomy and optimal styles of stimulation, you’ll learn about using toys, orgasm and ejaculation, and be treated to screen-burning chemistry from real-life couples and erotic performers working with partners of their choosing, showing you exactly how it’s done!

Guaranteed to inspire and enhance your sexual explorations, GUSH also includes real people asking real questions in a call-in radio talk show format, with Dr. Carol Queen’s informed, accessible answers. From the Pleasure-Ed Series of sex education movies penned and hosted by Good Vibrations’ Staff Sexologist Dr. Carol Queen.

Smart sexy, fun and permission-granting, the Pleasure-Ed Official Guides don’t just tell you how to have better sex, it shows you. This ongoing series of sexual education films will help you find your own sexual style and enjoy it with confidence. Each Pleasure-Ed Official Guide features explicit demonstrations from professional performers and real-life couples to inspire your own sexual adventures and enhance your sex life.

Dr. Carol Queen, Staff Sexologist of the original sex education and pleasure authority Good Vibrations, and Co-Founder of the Center for Sex and Culture, encourages you to explore and enjoy your sexuality. Discover the possibilities of enhanced intimacy as Dr. Queen, with the help of her friends and colleagues, offers up expert guidance in the arena of sexual pleasure. Full of chemistry and connection, Heads Up is the second installment of the Pleasure-Ed’s Official Guide Series.




Production Name: GUSH: The Official Guide to the G-Spot and Female Ejaculation
Production Date: 9/19/2009
J. Kaminski
1800 Sutter Street #700
Concord, CA 94520





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