GUSH: The Official Guide to the G-Spot & Female Ejaculation
It's not just the go-to source of G-spot wisdom -- it's a show-and-tell extravaganza about the sometimes-elusive spot (also known as the prostata femina paraurethral sponge. Read More
Studio: Good Releasing Studio
Complete with information about anatomy and optimal styles of stimulation, you'll learn about using sex toys, orgasm and ejaculation, and be treated to screen-burning chemistry from real-life couples and erotic performers working with partners of their choosing, showing you exactly how it's done!
Guaranteed to inspire and enhance your sexual explorations, Gush also includes real people asking real questions in a call-in radio talk show format, with Dr. Carol Queen's informed, accessible answers. From the Pleasure-Ed Series of sex education movies penned and hosted by Good Vibrations' Staff Sexologist Dr. Carol Queen, with a full hour of DVD extras including cast interviews, G-spot hunting with Dr. Queen, and Sheri Winston's educational slide show (author of "Women's Anatomy of Arousal", American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists' 2010 Book of the Year).
With scenes directed by AVN award-winning directors Jackie Strano and Shar Rednour. Featuring Dr. Carol Queen and Michelle Meow (non-explicit roles). 2011, 90 minutes.
Related Article: Good Vibrations Sex Tips: How to Female Ejaculate
Awards & Recognition
- Nominated 2012 AVN Awards "Best Sex Education Release"
- Nominated 2012 X-Biz Awards "Specialty Release of the Year"
"Perfect for couples."
- XBIZ Premiere, Bambi Hotchkiss
"If it's anyone in the world we'd expect to know all about this - and to make a video on the subject - it's Queen and Good Vibes."
-Keith Bowers, SF Weekly
"Like Nessie and multiple orgasms, female ejaculation has always had a mystic reputation. Can women really shoot it like the boys? Does it matter? Yes, yes, and oh yes. Start taking notes on when and how with Good Vibrations' newest instructional release, GUSH: The Official Guide to the G-spot and Female Ejaculation."
-Amber Schadewald, San Francisco Bay Guardian
"As I would expect from a film made by Good Vibrations, the people featured in the film are diverse in body size, gender, gender of partners and ethnicity. Gush: The Official Guide to the G-Spot and Female Ejaculation is an excellent sexual education tool. Everyone should learn more about the G-Spot and female ejaculation and this video is a great place to start. I especially liked the extras."
-Kathy Belge, Lesbian life on About.com
"Basically, this is awesome, you should buy it, and then you should spend an evening in either on your own or with your partner and find your G-Spot and figure out how to ejaculate. Or, if you know how to do that, do it again while watching other women do it. Or buy it for all your friends who are always like, "Where's my G-Spot? How do I have great orgasms like you?"
-Porn for Straight Girls review on Fleshbot.com
Runtime: 98 minutes
Studio: Good Releasing Studio
Reviews & RatingsRate and Review It
I ordered this DVD and I was disappointed. It was not as good as your previous reviews have stated. I am sending it back!
I would like to watch Dylan Ryan and Mickey Mod fuck all the time forever and ever. That's how amazing they are together
Basically, this movie is awesome, you should buy it, and then you should spend an evening in either on your own or with your partner and find your G-Spot and figure out how to ejaculate.
--from the reviewer at fleshbot.com
A lot of G-spot advice has a tendency to come off as one-size-fits all in a way that can make you feel failure-iffic if you’re a little different from the norm. I know this because I fall into that category so Ms Queen’s suggestions were quite helpful, especially if you’re new to G-spot exploration.
--from our reviewer, Of Sex & Love
First up, I am going to applaud Good Releasing for casting and shooting this film the way it did. The couples don't look like porn stars; they look like people. We have curvy girls, we have girls with mohawks, we have girls with pubic hair, and we even have a couple of guys who are actually engaged in the scene, instead of disappearing off-screen. The chemistry is awesome. The sex is really, really hot, and everything is shot and angled so you can see the way the g-spotting is done. Also, there are TOYS. That's to be expected from a film that focuses on g-spot stimulation (and from a film made by a toy company, for that matter), but there is a wonderful variety of them used in the bedroom scenes, which shows you don't have to use one specific kind of toy when, as Dr. Queen calls it, "go g-spot hunting".
The extras section, though, is what really makes Gush worth it. Dr. Queen has a whole separate myth-busting section during which she tackles a lot of information the average non-sexologist might not know, and she does it in a straight and to the point way without being coy or losing her approachable, understanding tone. There are also cast interviews, where the performers talk about their experiences and favorite techniques for g-spot stimulation and ejaculation, and the extended interview with Dylan Ryan and Mickey Mod, in which they talk about the scene they shot for Gush and Dylan's experiences with being able to ejaculate. I found all of these extremely informative, as well as entertaining.
--from our reviewer, Flying Solo
If you're a beginner looking to explore the G-spot and female ejaculation, this is a must own. For those of you that are more advanced, I'd say watch the pay-per-view version GoodVibes offers once to determine if you want to invest in owning it. Either way, everyone should check out the helpful information on the G-spot and female ejaculation.
--from our reviewer, Queerie Bradshaw
The high point of the movie, I thought, was the phenomenal extras section. Dr. Queen is clear and informative, straight to the point and cool without seeming like a flirtatious bimbo. It’s tough to get it right, but she’s got a TON of really great info in here, and I learned a lot. The message is low judgement, low pressure, and strongly emphasizes womens’ individuality. I thought it was really well done, and showed a lot of things that I think are important in woman-empowering porn: communication, realistic time frame of start- to- orgasm, real and varied bodies, a variety of toys and lubes, and women taking part in their own orgasms.
--from our reviewer, On Intimacy Reviews
This is a great video for those who know nearly nothing about the G-Spot, or perhaps for introducing a partner to the idea of G-Spot play and/or ejaculation. If the educational aspect is the icing on the cake for you, the scenes are sexy and hot.
--from our reviewer, Elspeth Demina