The G Spot has now been translated into at least 2 languages; most recently, Chinese in 1995, and Thai in 1997.
A second edition was published in Spanish and now in the USA in 2005, .00 MSRP, only .40 on Amazon.com) Thanks also for Dr.
Talking about sex is uncomfortable, especially for Christians.
We are taught in our faith communities absolute abstinence outside marriage, and have few conversations about what sexual pleasure looks like, even within a marriage context.
Jerry De Haan, who shares many experiences as a licensed sex surrogate about inorgasmic women experiencing their first orgasm via his G spot stimulation.
De Haan also shares experiences of women coming to him for counseling (only through a referral from other licensed therapists) who had experienced their G spot or ejaculation but were terrified not knowing that it was a normal part of female sexuality.
Because of this, it is difficult to determine what is right and this is wrong.
Research consistently shows that between 80 and 90 percent of men view sex as the most important aspect of their marriage.
The vast majority of men indicated that mutual pleasure and female initiation of sex were among their primary sexual needs. Scripture is filled with references to and examples of men falling into sexual temptation.
No doubt, our sexually explicit culture plays into the prominence of sex on a man's mind. Archaeological discoveries reveal that civilizations thousands of years ago had houses of prostitution.
Before we go too much further, let me acknowledge that you may be married to a man who falls into the 10 to 20 percent of men for whom sex isn't all-consuming.
Although sex may not be as dominant a factor in your husband's life, it doesn't discount the fact that it's important.