The toe-curling, spine-tingling guide to orgasms that will have you saying, "Let’s do it some more-gasms!"
Whether you’re looking to have your first orgasm, learning to squirt, or hoping to turn up the heat for a partner, I ❤️ Orgasms is the book for you. Drawing on their over twenty years of experience teaching audiences about sexual pleasure, plus the voices of thousands of survey-takers who share their experiences in these pages, sex education experts Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller help you find the pleasure they know is within your reach. In this fully revised and updated edition, they’ve crammed in even more info about the big O for aficionados and beginners alike, including:
Solot and Miller have collaborated with Maybe Burke of the Transgender Training Institute to create the most inclusive book on sexual pleasure available today. Whether you’re looking to orgasm or just looking for a pleasure boost, seeking info for yourself or to thrill your partner, this new edition of I Love Orgasms is for you. No shame, no secrecy—just straightforward guidance for healthy sex that feels great.
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Throughout I Love Orgasms, we point readers to this website to find resources where they can learn more. We chose to compile those resources here, rather than in the book itself, so we could do our best to keep links up-to-date and add additional resources as we learn about them.
If you encounter links/accounts that no longer work, or have suggestions of resources we should consider adding, please get in touch!
The information in these resources does not necessarily represent our views. Any book, website, or social media account has its strengths and weaknesses. For example, many books are written using language that is not as trans-inclusive as it could be by today's standards. The descriptions below match the language used in each book, so readers will not be surprised.
Trans and non-binary educators to follow on Instagram & TikTok
(though the focus of their content is not always sex, it is a topic that comes up for a lot of folks.)
@alokvmenon (IG, TT)
@steroidbeyonce (IG, TT)
@chasestrangio (IG, TT)
@pinkmantaray (IG, TT)
@raquel_willis (IG, TT)
@dineaesthetics (IG, TT)
@thejeffreymarsh (IG, TT)
@thechrismosier (IG, TT)
@kaydenxofficial (IG, TT)
@thatannamarie (IG, TT)
@hopegiselle (IG, TT)
@mx.deran (IG, TT)
@rosemontoya (TT) @rosalynnemontoya (IG)
Trans Bodies, Trans Selves: A Resource for the Transgender Community edited by Laura Erickson Schroth
Inspired by Our Bodies, Ourselves, the classic and powerful compendium written for and by (cis) women, Trans Bodies, Trans Selves is widely accessible to the transgender population, providing authoritative information in an inclusive and respectful way and representing the collective knowledge base of dozens of influential experts.
Transgender Warriors by Leslie Feinberg
Feinberg interweaves history, memoir, and gender studies to show that transgender people, far from being a modern phenomenon, have always existed and have exerted their influence throughout history
Transgender History by Susan Stryker
This book takes a chronological approach to the subject of transgender history, from the mid-twentieth century to today.
Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love, and So Much More by Janet Mock
Though a memoir from the experience of one person, this book holds many lessons about growing up trans, and Janet discusses facets of her own sex life and transition on a path to authenticity.
Gender Outlaw: on Men, Women, and the Rest of Us by Kate Bornstein
Through another memoir from a singular perspective, Kate asks big questions about gender, the binary, and where we fit in. First published in 1994, this book stands as a recognition that non-binary people have pre-dated millennials, even if the term wasn’t in use back then.
We’d love to hear from you! You can reach the authors at email@example.com and follow along on Instagram @iloveorgasmsbook.Follow Maybe Burke on Instagram and TikTok at @believeinmaybe.