FEMALE EJACULATION AND THE G-SPOT ZOOM Lecture webinar by Deborah Sundahl
Learn about female ejaculation’s ancient history, current scientific studies, where the G-spot is located, how to have a G-spot orgasm, and how to get this wonderful feminine fountain™ flowing! Open to both men and women, Deborah Sundahl’s PowerPoint lecture with pictures, movie clip and Q&A will tell you all you need to know about female ejaculation and the G-spot.
The G-spot is the female prostate. All women have one, as do all men.
Therefore, all women have the ability to ejaculate!
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- The G-spot is the Female Prostate and All Women Have One
- The G-Spotʼs Location
- Female Ejaculateʼs Ancient, Cross-Cultural Herstory
- Female Ejaculateʼs Taste, Smell, Chemical Make-up, and Quantity
- Why some Women Don’t Ejaculate and Others Do
- How to Stimulate the G-Spot to Create Ejaculate
- The G-spot has a Different Nerve than the Clitoris
- The Nature of the G-spot Orgasm
- Good Sexual Positions for Stimulating the G-spot and Creating Ejaculate
- Menʼs Role in Helping Their Partners to Ejaculate
- What a Flowing Feminine Fountain Looks Like (QuickTime movie 2 mins)
Deborah has the most comprehensive book and lecture on the female prostate, the G-spot orgasm, and female ejaculation. You will have answers to your questions and new ideas from attending this essential adult sex education evening class.
Location: On Google’s Zoom for Webinars
Deborah Sundahl is the foremost pioneer and expert on female ejaculation and the G-spot. She is the author of Female Ejaculation and the G-spot (Hunter House, 2003/2014). Her 30 years of groundbreaking contributions to this field include a line of videos titled the Female Ejaculation Sex Education Series (Isis Media, Inc.), which Deborah produced and hosts. She lectures and gives workshops in North America and Europe, and has taught thousands of men and women how to integrate the G-spot and female ejaculation into their erotic body and sexual life. She continues to be a spokesperson for female sexuality and an advocate for sex education.