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Grounded in research and packed with real-world tips, readers will thank Mintz for her truth-telling.” — Dorian Solot, co-author of I Love Female Orgasm “This book is set up like a college textbook for female orgasm, with some philosophy and pep talks and then some hands-on experimenting.
In Hawaii, you’ll be better off financially and personally if you make some changes.
Take our advice and let go of your mainland mentality.
And a chapter at the end for male partners to read. ” — Book Riot “A fun and empowering reminder that sexual dissatisfaction is not inevitable….
does a good job questioning these basic assumptions, re-orienting us to another vision of what sex can be, and giving practical advice on how to be a boss bitch during sex.” — Feministing “Laurie Mintz, a professor of psychology at the University of Florida, wins this year’s award for best book title.” — New York Times “You’ll be reading for pleasure in more ways than one.” — Bustle “A manifesto for today’s orgasmic insurrection…. Becoming Cliterate will help many women reach their orgasm objectives.” — Los Angeles Review of Books “Fun, funny, and empowering.