Dr. Carol Queen is a sexologist who has dedicated her career to helping women have better sexual experiences. In this educational video, she teaches women and their partners what the G-Spot is, where it is located, how to find it and how to stimulate it.
If you've ever wondered about female ejaculation and wanted to see how it's done, this is the video for you. Gush: The Official Guide to the G-Spot and Female Ejaculation
is both educational and instructional.
The video features footage of Dr. Carol Queen on a radio program where she takes questions from callers about female ejaculation, the G-Spot and female orgasm. She talks about how to find the G-Spot, myths about it and listens to callers tell their experiences with G-Spot orgasms.
Interspersed between Dr. Queen's information, we get to see real couples (and one single person) bring themselves to G-Spot orgasm and ejaculate for the camera. If you've never seen a woman ejaculate or doubt that it can be done, watching this video will enlighten you and remove all doubt.
Dr. Carol Queen Sexologist© Good Vibrations
As I would expect from a film made by Good Vibrations, the people featured in the film are diverse in body size, gender, gender of partners and ethnicity. The very first couple featured is two women. They don't look like porn stars, they look like lesbians. The sex scenes in the video are performed by two lesbian couples, two straight couples and one single woman who identifies as gender-queer.
If you don't want to watch the heterosexual couples making love, you can skip ahead to the next section.
Why So Many Toys?
The biggest criticism I have with the film is that while Dr. Carol Queen discusses that the best way to find the G-Spot is with your fingers, almost all of the couples (and the one solo) bring some kind of toys into their sexual play. Is this because the film was produced by a sex toy business? Certainly, I have nothing against sex toys, but especially for those who are just trying to find their G-Spot for the first time, toys will probably get in the way.
Also, the first two sex scenes go on for a really long time before the woman ejaculates. Again, watching this might give the impression that in order to locate your G-Spot, you must spend copious amounts of time stimulating yourself or your partner. It isn't until the last sex scene in the movie that a female-female couple reaches a G-Spot orgasm with no toys and in just a few minutes. (They practice safer sex too, which is a bonus.)
Regardless of the above criticism, overall, Gush: The Official Guide to the G-Spot and Female Ejaculation is an excellent sexual education tool. Everyone should learn more about the G-Spot and female ejaculation and this video is a great place to start.
There is a lot of information in this DVD and you probably won't want to watch it in one sitting, as I did. I especially liked the extras. One feature was interviews with the actors telling about their first time ejaculating. Most of the women thought they were peeing, as is very common with women who ejaculate. They also talk about the techniques that work for them and what it feels like to ejaculate. Some of the partners described what it felt like to them when their partner ejaculates too.
Dr. Carol Queen also discusses female anatomy and some of myths and barriers to G-Spot orgasm.
There is also a slide show from Sheri Winston, RN about female anatomy.
I also like that you can purchase the DVD from Good Vibrations or download it right onto your computer. Good Vibrations also has an option where you can purchase minutes to watch any number of the videos on their site.