A Hand in the Bush: The Fine Art of Vaginal Fisting Paperback – Jul 28 1997
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About the Author
Deborah Addington is a MDiv candidate at the Graduate Theological Union, SKSM and a recent graduate of Humboldt State University in California where she earned BAs in English, Religious Studies and a Certificate in Women's Studies with an emphasis on ending violence against women.
Top Customer Reviews
But even if the reader is disappointed by the quantity of written material, they will not be disappointed by the quality. The author quite obviously knows what she is talking about and has produced a very clear and concise guide to an exotic activity that is one of the less understood forms of pleasure sharing available to adventurous and exploratory couples. Addington discusses safety information, hand positions, necessary and desirable supplies to have on hand, and even more obscure topics such as fisting after a hysterectomy. There is one personal account by a woman who tried fisting but did not enjoy it. I would have liked to have seen more varied accounts, especially stories about difficulties (whether overcome or not) and problems with fisting.Read more ›
To start with, we found the author's writing style very gushy and irritating. Deborah Addington looks on fisting as a religion, and can't seem to get over saying again and again how wonderful it is. All well and good, but for us she is preaching to the already-converted, and the preaching together with the long-winded, gushy style became very tiring.
Even more annoying was the fact that the author tries to make you think that she really knows what she's talking about, but for us she came across as an enthusiastic devotee, and nothing more. There are a few quotes from doctors that she has known, but no indication as to whether these doctors have any relevant knowledge, and a few of her opinions and recommendations are, in our opinion, simply wrong.
For example, on page 3 it says "Who the hell is this Addington woman, and why should I listen to her? Because she has a college degree, and because she absolutely loves to...". My goodness, the credentials of a real expert! No mention of which college she went to or what subject the degree is in.
Then there's the question of how much real content the book has. As we read it, we kept wondering when the "good stuff", the real information about fisting, would start. It finally comes in chapter five, "Fisting, the adventure", which is 20 pages long. Great, now we're getting somewhere, we thought, only to discover that chapter five is the last chapter in the book!Read more ›
Then I found a wonderful book.
When I first came across the cover, I thought it was the abandoned idea for Spinal Tap's latest album "Smell the Glove." To my pleasant surprise, it was a wonderfully written, illustrated manual on the art of vaginal fisting.
Ms. Addington presents sensitive, tender explanations and answers some delicate questions, which went a long way toward making us both feel much more at ease about our predilictions. Some feminine viewpoints also let my partner see the practice from a different angle.
If you've ever wanted to explore a private, new fantasy, this book will open your mind (among other things).
Most recent customer reviews
Great book! Very Instructional with lots of information for those wishing to explore this sexual activity.Published 3 months ago by Angel S
Great instructional book. A Hand in the Bush helped to bring an intimate form of sexual joy to my marriage.Published on Oct. 28 2013 by Kimberly
man...so check it out, before you actually try this on your girl, make sure it's cool first or she will get totally pissed off and ditch you and file restraining orders and stuff. Read morePublished on May 20 2004
I read this book and it wasnt too helpful, in the art of fisting you either have the natural talents or you dont. Read morePublished on Feb. 10 2004 by Mike Moniz
Illustrations are weak (hand drawn). The author attempts to disguise her lack of writing talent by throwing as many curse words as possible into each sentence. Read morePublished on Nov. 26 2003
Our feelings about this book are very mixed. On one hand, it's nice to see that a book has been written about our favorite hobby (it's the only one available as far as we know). Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2003 by Cindy and Joe
I have only two problems with this otherwise excellent book. The first is that the appendices at the end of the book. Read morePublished on Nov. 13 2002 by TammyJo Eckhart
I must say that when I first started out as a fister as an undergraduate in theatre in Boston I was a bit skeptical. Read morePublished on Sept. 11 2002 by Kerry Tamura