I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Clitoral Truth by Rebecca Chalker
The clitoris has been dismissed, undervalued, unexplored, and misunderstood for hundreds of years, but the truth is out there, and internationally celebrated sex educator Rebecca Chalker has found it. In The Clitoral Truth, Chalker offers the only mainstream, in-depth exploration devoted solely to women's genital anatomy and sexual response. Women readers everywhere--be they straight, gay, or bisexual--will learn about the countless sexual sensations and discover how to enhance their sexual responses in a more concrete way than ever before. Enhanced with personal accounts, comprehensive illustrations, and a thorough appendix of female sexuality resources, this book helps women and their partners understand and expand their sexual potential and work toward becoming independent sexual beings.
The first half of The Clitoral Truth by Rebecca Chalker goes into explicit detail about the female genitalia, such as how it works, including some illustrations, that looked to be hand drawn. The first half was very informational and just might be a helpful tool for those not intimately acquainted with their genitalia.
The second half of the book just did not seem like it was relevant to the first part. Ms. Chalker goes on to tell the reader about how she winded up in a masturbation camp and how it changed her outlook on life and the female body in general. I am not a prude by any means, but some of the things she said made me blush. The book was just weird.
I liked the informational concept of the book but that is where it stops. Ms. Chalker may have over shared her personal experiences on the subject. In the book Ms. Chalker comes off as a woman who really did not like men and wanted everyone else to have the same view.