Adult Film Review: “Gush: The Official Guide to the G-Spot and Female Ejaculation”

Disclaimer: This post is adult in nature and therefore only intended for a mature audience.

Gush The Official Guide to the G-Spot and Female Ejaculation Hardly is porn created with the intention of being totally hot and a valid educational tool for adults, but that is precisely what Good Vibrations aims to achieve through the Pleasure-Ed Series from their partner porn site Good Releasing.

While there were few educational moments of note during another adult film I reviewed a while ago, Courtney Trouble’s Seven Minutes in Heaven 2, such as the demonstration on how to make a dental dam out of a standard condom, porn created specifically as an educational guide was a new concept to me up until I was introduced to Gush: The Official Guide to the G-Spot & Female Ejaculation. Upon viewing, I found that this adult film isn’t merely a step-by-step instructional DVD as I was expecting, but rather five scenes showcasing the stimulation of the g-spot and female ejaculation split up by scenes of Good Vibrations’ Staff Sexologist Dr. Carol Queen speaking on the subject on a radio show with Michelle Meow and answering questions from callers.

Before viewing Gush I was already very aware of the existence of my g-spot and its location, and have been for several years. I had also already attained the knowledge (thanks, internet) and the experience to know how to stimulate my g-spot in a way that works best for me in order to elicit that much-desired female ejaculation. Frankly, I did not expect to learn very much from the scenes or from the radio segment with Dr. Carol Queen, and I didn’t. This title is certainly tailored for beginners in g-spot stimulation and ejaculation.

I will give Gush this, though: What Dr. Carol Queen had to say about female ejaculation, what it is, where it comes from, and that it’s totally normal, would have come in handy for me personally after the first time I ejaculated and had no idea what was going on. Afterwards, I stared at the wet spot on the floor of my bedroom in my father’s house wondering if I had just peed all over the floor. Because exaggerating in times of panic comes naturally to me, I quickly convinced myself that my entire room was going to smell like urine, and the smell was going to stay there forever.

The scenes in Gush were fairly diverse, featuring people of color as well as an array of body types, sexual orientations, and gender identities. Sadly, however, three of the five scenes were incredibly boring; so boring that I wound up skipping through scenes that quickly became merely replicas of scenes past with new people thrown in. I know that there are only so many ways you can go about stimulating the g-spot, but when you set out to create an entire film dedicated to this very act, and that film turns out to be 1 hour and 38 minutes long, I should not be wrong in assuming that some level of planning was done in order to make the scenes flow together. Turns out I was wrong in assuming this and that is unfortunate.

The least exciting of the “instructional” scenes (or, “actual porn”) were the first scene, performed by Syd Blakovich and Sophia St. James and the final scene, performed by Gloria and Altair Shadow. The worst of them, however, was the second scene, performed by Mirabelle Hayes and Maxwell Silver. This was a scene that felt as if it went on for far too long and I was done with it before Mirabelle Hayes came once. About a quarter of the way through this scene, I felt that Maxwell Silver’s presence was unnecessary. There were several times where it looked like he didn’t know what to do with himself and was just hanging out, waiting for Mirabelle to take the lead. To call this scene boring or just plain bad is an understatement; it was awkward and actually turned me off.

Now onto the good scenes! Dylan Ryan and Mickey Mod‘s scene was the only one with some semblance of a plot, which was a nice change of pace. Dylan Ryan walked into the house after a long, grueling day of work to find Mickey Mod making dinner and icing cupcakes. This is the longest scene in the film, yet it didn’t feel like it was dragging and I never got bored watching Dylan and Mickey engage in ample foreplay, Dylan using the Hitachi Magic Wand on the couch, and later they go to the bed where several gushing orgasms are had.

Jiz Lee‘s solo masturbation scene was by far my favorite of all the scenes. Maybe it’s because I enjoy other Jiz Lee work I have seen and also read their blog regularly, but this scene was absolutely fantastic. There was no second person in the scene, just Jiz Lee doing their thing, and doing it well. Several different toys were used, including the Randy Dildo, the Pure Wand, as well as large, impressive as hell curved glass dildo.

I wasn’t impressed or even slightly satisfied by Gush and while this is a film targeted more towards beginners, which I am not, I think the fact that there are five separate porn scenes should have made up for the information I already knew. Porn is created for the purpose of eliciting a sexual response from the person or people watching it, but this sadly did not; not even the two scenes that I enjoyed. They were good scenes, but I think the bad scenes had already ruined me by the time I got to them.

The production quality was also sorely lacking. The radio question and answer segment with Dr. Carol Queen and Michelle Meow were significantly quieter than the instructional scenes, making me have to turn the volume up between each of the five scenes and then back down before the sounds of moaning filled my house. This was annoying and I have neighbors who probably didn’t want to hear unsolicited moaning sounds bellowing from my television. The sound quality problem made the entire film come off as unprofessional and irritating.

Considering that most of the scenes in Gush were worth skipping over and the disappointing production quality of the entire film, if you know nothing about g-spot stimulation and are interested in the educational portion of this film, I would recommend looking into other ways to obtain this information. Good Vibrations has created a guide to the g-spot that is worth looking into, especially considering it has a $9.50 price tag, as opposed to the $24.95 you would pay for Gush.

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I received a copy of “Gush: The Official Guide to the G-Spot and Female Ejaculation” from Good Vibrations for review. No other compensation was received, and opinions are my own.

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