A short review of 'Tip of the iceberg'
With my great pleasure I got today in my postal box a copy of "Tip of the Iceberg", a smart illustrated guidebook that explores all the parts and functions of the clitoris, written and illustrated by Laura Szumowski. This is what they say about it: charmingly written and illustrated, this book includes diagrams, exercises and historical facts about this amazing and often misunderstood part of female anatomy. A fun and eye-opening reference book, it's sure to make a great addition to your collection. And I can confirm that is true.
What's the best thing you can get when you ask for something about the clitoris?
1) something you don't know.
2) something written by a woman.
3) something short and clear.
4) something funny.
5) something with a lot of drawings to make everything nicer/clearer.
This book fulfills all five points and gives you a strong insight into female sexual anatomy. In my opinion, it should be adopted in schools, with some more chapters about the penis and sex.
A note for men: There are mainly two kinds of you: some who don't know anything at all about female anatomy and some who believe they are more knowledgeable than their female counterparts. As a man, I can suggest this small book for both categories. You will be part of a third category, similar to the second one - but probably being absolutely right.
A note for women: You feel confident that you know your genitalia better than your male counterparts, and you're probably right. But I would bet that inside this book there's something you absolutely don't know and even if you know it all, I'm sure that it would make a useful present for your partner. You know, knowledge is power.
The author Laura Szumowski