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Penis envy? P'shaw. From the bestselling author of" How to Make Your Man Behave In 21 Days or Less Using the Secrets of Professional Dog Trainers" comes (ahem) "The Clitourist," a witty and empowering guide to the hottest spot on a woman's body. For something so important to so many, there is a shocking lack of information available on the clitoris. An intimate biography of a gal's best friend, The Clitourist boldly attempts to fill that void, educating and entertaining the reader on every level, from structure and function to care and upkeep, not to mention handy dandy arousal methods. And though funny, "The Clitourist "is not afraid to tackle the really tough questions like, if we can put a man on the moon, why not on a woman's clitoris during intercourse? As revolutionary in subject matter as" The Vagina Monologues," as frank as "Sex and the City, The Clitourist "is a celebration of the female body as well as just a plain hoot that women will delight in buying for themselves, their sisters, and their friends (and heck, maybe even their moms and grandmothers, too). It's a gift for anyone who has a clitoris, and for anyone who loves someone who has one. (And that's a lot of people )
Test your cliteracy:
True or false:
* The clitoris is the only organ found on either men or women that exists for pleasure alone, hence many scientists' belief that women's genitals are more highly evolved than men's.
* Vibrators were invented in the 1800s by Dr. Joseph Mortimer Granville as a psychological cureall for women.
Answers: All too true