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Author Biographies

Beverly Whipple, PhD, RN, FAAN, a certified sexuality educator, sexuality counselor, and sex researcher, is the co author of the international best seller, The G Spot and Other Discoveries About Human Sexuality, which has been translated into 19 languages and was re-published as a classic 23 years later in 2005. Her other books are Safe Encounters: How Women can say Yes to Pleasure and No to Unsafe Sex, Smart Women, Strong Bones, Outwitting Osteoporosis, and The Science of Orgasm (October 2006, Johns Hopkins Univ. press).

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Dr. Whipple has appeared on over 250 radio and TV programs and has been featured in many magazines. She has delivered over 500 talks and keynote speeches, published over 160 research articles and book chapters. In 1982 and 1983 The Philadelphia Magazine named her one of the People to Watch.

She is the recipient of many awards, including the Hugo Beigel Research Award for research excellence and the best article published in the Journal of Sex Research, the NJ State Nurses Association Award for Excellence in Research, the Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award and the Public Service Award from the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS), and the Professional Standard of Excellence Award from the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). She is also a Fellow of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality and a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.

Dr. Whipple is a Professor Emerita at Rutgers University of NJ. She has a BS in Nursing from Wagner College, a Masters in Counseling, a Masters in Nursing, and a PhD in Psychobiology, with a major in Neurophysiology, from Rutgers University.

Her concern with women's health derives naturally from her over 40 years of helping women to feel better about themselves, as a nurse, a nurse educator, and researcher. Her research focuses mainly on women's health issues and the sexual physiology of women.

Dr. Whipple is a member of a number of Honor Societies and received the Alumni Achievement Award from Wagner College in 1983. Dr. Whipple was the President of AASECT (1998-2000), was the Vice President of the World Association for Sexology (2001-2005), was on the Board of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (2002-2004), was the President of SSSS (2002-2003), is now the Secretary General of the World Association for Sexual Health (2005-2009) and is on the Board of the Foundation for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.

Dr. Whipple lives in Voorhees, New Jersey with Jim, her husband since 1962. They have two grown children and five grandchildren.

Other Publications Concerning Sexuality:
(partial list)

Addiego, F., Belzer, E.G., Comolli, J., Moger, W., Perry, J.D., & Whipple, B. (1981). Female ejaculation: A case study. The Journal of Sex Research, 17, 13-21.

Addiego, F., Belzer, E.G., Comolli, J., Moger, W., Perry, J.D., & Whipple, B. (1980). Female ejaculation. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 14, 99-100.

Basson, R., Berman, J., Burnett, A., Degrogatis, L., Ferguson, D., Foucroy, J., Goldstein,I., Graziottin, A., Heiman, J., Laan, E., Leiblum, S., Padma-Nathan, H., Rosen, R., Segraves, K., Segraves, R.T., Shabsigh, R., Sipski, M., Wagner,G., & Whipple, B. (2000). Report of the international consensus development conference on female sexual dysfunction: Definitions and classifications. Journal of Urology, 163, 888-893.

Basson, R., Berman, J., Burnett, A., Degrogatis, L., Ferguson, D., Foucroy, J., Goldstein,I., Graziottin, A., Heiman, J., Laan, E., Leiblum, S., Padma-Nathan, H., Rosen, R., Segraves, K., Segraves, R.T., Shabsigh, R., Sipski, M., Wagner,G., & Whipple, B. (2001). Report of the international consensus development conference on female sexual dysfunction: Definitions and classifications. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 27(2), 83-94.

Belzer, E., Whipple, B., & Moger, W. (1984). On female ejaculation. The Journal of Sex Research, 20, 403-406.

Bullough, B., Davis, M., Whipple, B., Dixon, J., Allgeier, E., & Drury, K. (1984). Subjective reports of female orgasmic expulsion of fluid. The Nurse Practitioner, 9, 55-59.

Fairchild, K.A., & Whipple, B. (2001). Addressing sexual concerns of women with heart disease. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 1(2), 35-39.

Gates, R., & Whipple, B.(2000). Smart Women, Strong Bones. Lake Oswego, OR: Four Heart Press.

Gates, R., & Whipple, B. (2003). Outwitting Osteoporosis. Hillsboro, Oregon: Beyond Words Publishing, Inc.

Goldberg, D., Whipple, B., Fishkin, R.E., Waxman, H., Fink, P.J., & Weisberg, M. (1983). The Grafenberg spot and female ejaculation: A review of initial hypotheses. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 9, 27-37.

Kirsten, V.L., & Whipple, B. (1998). New Perspectives on HIV management. Nursing 98, 28(11), 34-40.

Kiss, K.L., & Whipple, B. (1998). Ease into menopause naturally. Nutrition Science News, 3(8), 406-412.

Komiaruk, B.R., Sansone, G.R., Bianca, R., Gerdes, C.A., O''Bannon, R.T., Whipple, B., & Caba, M. (1998). Central and peripheral genital neural pathways in female functional anatomy. In. M.M. Gomez (Ed) Bases Neurobiologicas y Ecologicas de la Conducta. (pp. 405-424) Mexico: Universidad Autonoma de Tlaxcala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana.

Komisaruk, B.R., & Whipple, B. (1986). Vaginal stimulation-produced analgesia in rats and women. In D. Kelly (Ed.) Stress Induced Analgesia, 467, (pp. 30-39). New York: New York Academy of Science.

Komisaruk, B.R., & Whipple, B. (1988). The role of stimulation-produced analgesia in reproductive processes. In A.R. Genazzani, G. Nappi, F. Facchinetti and E. Martignoni (Eds.) Pain and Reproduction (pp. 125-140). England: Parthenon Press.

Komisaruk, B.R., & Whipple, B. (1991). Physiological and perceptual correlates of orgasm produced by genital or non-genital stimulation. In P. Kothari (Ed) The Proceedings of the First International Conference on Orgasm. (pp. 69-73) Bombay, India: VRP Publishers.

Komisaruk, B.R., & Whipple, B. (1996). The pain-suppressing effect of genital stimulation in women. In R. Rosen, C. Davis, & H. Ruppel (Eds) Annual Review of Sex Research (pp 151-184). Iowa: SSSS

Komisaruk, B.R., & Whipple, B. (1998). Love as a sensory stimulation: Physiological consequences of its deprivation and expression. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 23(8), 927-944.

Komisaruk, B.R. & Whipple, B. (2000). How does vaginal stimulation produce pleasure, pain, and analgeisa. In. R.B. Fillingim (Ed.) Sex, Gender and Pain. Progress in Pain Research and Management, 17. 109-134.

Komisruk, B.R., & Whipple, B. Brain Activity (fMRI and PET) during sexual response-including orgasm-in women with/without complete spinal cord injury. In J. Hyde (Ed.) Biological Substrates of Human Sexuality. Washington DC: American Psychological Association. (in press)

Komisaruk, B.R., Gerdes, C.A., & Whipple, B. (1997). "Complete" spinal cord injury does not block perceptual responses to genital self-stimulation in women. Archives of Neurology, 54: 1513-1520.

Komisaaruk, B.R., Bianca, R., Sansone, G., Gomez, L.E., Cueva-Rolon, R., Beyer, C., & Whipple, B. (1996). Brain-mediated responses to vaginocervical stimulation in spinal cord-transected rats: Role ofthe vagus nerves. Brain Research. 708, 128-134.

Komisaruk, B.R., Mosier, K.M., Liu, W-C, Criminale, C., Zaborszky, L., Whipple, B. & Kalnin, A. (2002). Functional localization of brainstem and cervical spinal cord nuclei in humans with fMRI. American Journal of Neuroradiology, 23: 609-617.

Ladas, A., Whipple, B., & Perry, J. (1982). The G Spot: And Other Recent Discoveries About Human Sexuality. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. (Paperback, New York; Dell Publishers) (published in 19 languagues)

Ladas, A.K., Whipple, B., & Perry, J.D.(1982). Is there a G-spot? Glamour. October, 256-304.

Ladas, A.K., Whipple, B., & Perry, J.D.(1982). Sexual fitness. Self Magazine. September, 118-122.

Martinez-Gomez, M., Whipple, B., Oliva-Zarate, L., Pacheco, P., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1988). Analgesia produced by vaginal self-stimulation in women is independent of heart rate acceleration. Physiology and Behavior, 43, 849-850.

McGreer, K.R., Whipple, B., & Weisberg, M. (1998). Supporting sexual health in women with disabililty. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, I(4), 13-19.

Pacheco, P., Martinez-Gomez, M., Whipple, B., Beyer, C., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1989). Somato-motor components of the pelvic and pudendal nerves of the female rat. Brain Research, 490, 85-94.

Perry, J.D., & Whipple, B. (1981). If your sexual response is poor, the cause could be weak PC muscles. Forum, January.

Perry, J.D., & Whipple, B. (1981). Can women ejaculate? Yes. Forum, April.

Perry, J.D., & Whipple, B. (1981). Research notes: The varieties of female orgasm and female ejaculation. SIECUS Report, May-July.

Perry, J.D., & Whipple, B. (1981). Pelvic muscle strength of female ejaculators: Evidence in support of a new theory of orgasm. The Journal of Sex Research, 17, 22-39.

Perry, J.D., & Whipple, B. (1982). Multiple components of the female orgasm. In B. Graber (Ed.) Circumvaginal Musculature and Sexual Function (pp. 101-114). New York: S. Karger.

Perry, J.D., & Whipple, B. (1982). Vaginal myography. In B. Graber (Ed.) Circumvaginal Musculature and Sexual Function (pp. 61-73). New York: S. Karger.

Rogers, P.D., & Whipple, B. (1999). The yeast within. Nutrition Science News, 4(6), 283-288.

Richards, E., Tepper, M., Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1997). Women with complete spinal cord injury: A phenomenological study of sexuality and relationship experiences. Sexuality and Disability, 15(4), 271-283.

Cueva-Rolon, R., Sansone, G., Bianca, Gomez, .L.E., Beyer, C., Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1996). Vagotomy blocks presponses to vaginocervical stimulation after genitospinal neurectomy in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 60(1), 19-24.

Scura, K.W., & Whipple, B. (1990). Older adults as an HIV positive risk group. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 16, 6-10.

Scura, K.W., & Whipple, B. (1990). AIDS UPDATE: Older patients: Don''t ignore HIV risk. Nursing 90, 20, 18-21.

Scura, K.W., & Whipple, B. (1994). HIV infection and AIDS in the elderly. In M. Stanley & P.G. Beare (Eds.) Gerontological Nursing, (pp. 338-346). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co.

Scura, K.W., & Whipple, B. (1997). How to provide better care for the postmenopausal woman. American Journal of Nursing, 97(4), 36-44.

Smeltzer, S.C., & Whipple, B. (1991). Women and HIV infection. IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 23(4), 249-256.

Smeltzer, S.C., & Whipple, B. (1991). Women with HIV infection: The unrecognized population. Health Values, 15(6), 41-48.

Smeltzer, S.C., & Whipple, B. (1992). AIDS UPDATE: Recognizing HIV in women. Nursing 92, 22, 22-25.

Sugrue, D.P., & Whipple, B. (2001). The consensus-based classification of female sexual dysfunction: Barriers to universal acceptance. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 27(2), 221-226.

Tepper, M., Richards, E., Komisaruk, B.R., & Whipple, B. (1996). Sexuality as experienced by women with complete spinal cord injury. In E. Makas & L. Schlesinger (eds.). End results and starting points: Expanding the field of disability studies (pp. 289-293). Portland: The Society for Disability Studies & The Edmund S. Muskie Institute of Public Affairs.

Tepper, M., Whipple, B., Richards, E., & Komisaruk, B.R. (2001). Women with complete spinal cord injury: A phenomenological study of sexual experiences. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 27: 615-623.

Warner, P.H., Rowe, T., & Whipple, B. (1999). Shedding light on the sexual history. American Jouranl of Nursing, 99(6), 34-41. Wesley, Y., Smeltzer, S.C., Redeker, N.S., Palumbo, P., & Whipple, B. (2000). Reproductive decision making in mothers with HIV-1. Health Care for Women International, 21, 291-304.

Whipple, B. (1986). Effects of Vaginal Stimulation on Pain Thresholds in Women, (Doctoral Dissertation, Rutgers, The State University of NJ, Newark, NJ), Dissertation Abstracts International, 47.

Whipple, B. (Foreword to) Stubbs, K.R. (1986). The Sensuous Lover's Guide. Larkspur, CA: Secret Garden. (Published in French)

Whipple, B. (Foreword to) Meshorer, M., & Meshorer, J. (1987). Ultimate Pleasure. New York: St. Martins Press. (Published in German; English (United Kingdom); Spanish; Hebrew)

Whipple, B. (1988). Sexual counseling of couples after a mastectomy or a myocardial infarction. Nursing Forum, 23, 85-91.

Whipple, B. (1989). Sexuality education in a nursing curriculum: The whys and hows. Imprint-National Student Nurses' Association. 55-56.

Whipple, B. (1990). ME First and ME First: Medical Manifestations of HIV in Women. Brochures produced by the New Jersey women and AIDS Network through a grant from Hoffman-LaRoche Inc. (researcher, reviewer and consultant)

Whipple, B. (1990). Female sexuality. In J. Leyson (Ed.) Sexual Rehabilitation of the Spinal Cord Injured Patient (pp. 19-38). Clifton, NJ: Humana Press.

Whipple, B. (1991). Human Sexuality. In S. Smeltzer & B. Bare (Eds.) Brunner and Suddarth''s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing. Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott Co.

Whipple, B. (1992) Issues concerning women and AIDS: Sexuality. Nursing Outlook, 203-206.

Whipple, B. (1993). Rockin' 'n' rollin' your pain away. Health Update. Better Homes and Gardens, 71(4).

Whipple, B. (1994). G spot and female pleasure. In V.L. Bullough & B. Bullough (Eds.) Human Sexuality: An Encyclopedia, (pp. 229-232). New York: Garland Publishing, Inc.

Whipple, B. (1994). Orgasm. In V.L. Bullough & B. Bullough (Eds.) Human Sexuality: An Encyclopedia, (pp. 430-433). New York: Garland Publishing, Inc.

Whipple, B. (1994). Contraceptive Technology 16th Revised Edition. (acknowledged contributor 1994-1996). New York: Irvington Publishers, Inc.

Whipple, B. (1993). Outercourse: A pleasure-oriented model of sexual expression. In L.M. Crosier (Ed.) Losing It: The Virginity Myth (pp. 109-112). Washington, D.C.: Avocus Publishing, Inc.

Whipple, B. (1995). Common questions about osteoporosis and menopause. American Journal of Nursing, January, 69-70.

Whipple, B. (1995). Four common questions about women''s health. American Journal of Nursing, February, 16A-16D.

Whipple, B. (1995). Common questions about women and HIV/AIDS. American Journal of Nursing, July, 16A-16B.

Whipple, B. (1995). Commonly asked questions about breast-cancer. American Journal of Nursing, November, 16A-16B.

Whipple, B. (1995). Research concerning sexual response in women. The Health Psychologist, 17(3), 16-18.

Whipple, B. (1997). How I became interested in sexology. In B. Bullough, V.L. Bullough, M.A. Fithian, W.E. Hartman & R.S. Klein (Eds) How I Got Into Sex, (pp. 472-480). Amherst NY: Prometheus Books.

Whipple, B. (Foreword to) Stubbs, K.R., & Saulnier, L.A. (1988). Romantic Interludes. Larkspur, CA: Secret Garden.

Whipple, B. (2000). Beyond the G spot: where do we go from here? In E.M.L. Ng, J.J. Borrs-Valls, M. Perez-Conchillo, & E. Coleman (Eds). Sexuality in the New Millennium. (pp. 35-42) Bologna: Editrice Compositori.

Whipple, B. (2000). Laboratory methods in sex research. In E.M.L. Ng, J.J. Borrs-Valls, M. Perez-Conchillo, & E. Coleman (Eds). Sexuality in the New Millennium. (pp. 61-66) Bologna: Editrice Compositori.

Whipple, B. (2000). Beyond the G spot: New research on human female sxual anatomy and physiology. Scandinavian Journal of Sexology, 3(2), 35-42.

Whipple, B. (2000). Ernst Grafenberg: From Berlin to New York. Scandinavian Journal of Sexology, 3(2), 43-49.

Whipple, B. (2000). Le point G: bilan et perspectives. Sexologies, 9(32), 6-13. (in French)

Whipple, B. (foreword to) Birch, R.W., & Ruberg, C.L. (2000). Pathways to Pleasure: A woman's Guide to Orgasm. Howard, OH: PEC Publishing.

Whipple, B. (foreword to) Ellison, C.R. (2000). Women's Sexualilties. Oakland, CA: New Harbor Publications.

Whipple, B. (foreword to) Stubbs, K.R. (2000). Erotic Passion. Tucson, Arizona: Secret Garden.

Whipple, B. (2000). (Book review) Barbach, L. (2000). The pause: Positive approaches to perimenopause and menopause. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 25(4), 300-301.

Whipple, B. (2001). Editorial: Women''s sexuality in the 21st century. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality. 1(4), 7-8.

Whipple, B. (foreword to) Maltz, W., Boss, S. (2001). Private Thoughts. Novato, CA: New World Library.

Whipple, B. (March 31, 2001) La Energia Sexual, Noticias, 84 (Argentinia)

Whipple, B. (2001). Women's sexual pleasure and satisfaction. Scandinavian Journal of Sexology, 4(4), 191-197.

Whipple, B. (2002). Le plaisir et la satisfaction sexuels chez la femme. Sexologies, 11(39), 19-20. (France)

Whipple, B. (2002). Women''s Sexual Pleasure and Satisfaction. Sexologies, 11(39), 21-24.

Whipple, B. (2002). Women''s sexual pleasure and satisfaction: A new view of female sexual function. The Female Patient (Primary Care Edition), 27(8), 39-44.

Whipple, B. (2002). Women''s sexual pleasure and satisfaction: A new view of female sexual function. The Female Patient (OB/GYN Edition), 27(8), 44-47.

Whipple, B., & Brash-McGreerr K. (1997). Management of female sexual dysfunction. In M.L. Sipski & C. Alexander (Eds) Maintaining Sexuality with Disability and Chronic Illness: A Practitioners Guide. (pp. 509-534). MD: Aspen Publishers.

Whipple, B., Gerdes, C.A., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1996). Sexual response to self-stimulation in women with complete spinal cord injury. Journal of Sex Research, 33(3). 231-240.

Whipple, B., & Gick, R. (1980). A holistic view of sexuality: Education for the professional. Topics in Clinical Nursing, 1, 91-98.

Whipple, B., Josimovich, J.B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1990). Sensory thresholds during the antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum periods. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 27, (3), 213-221.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1985). Elevation of pain thresholds by vaginal stimulation in women. Pain, 21, 357-367.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1988). Analgesia produced in women by genital self-stimulation. The Journal of Sex Research, 24, 130-140.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1991). The G spot, orgasm, and female ejaculation: Are they related? In P. Kothari (Ed) The Proceedings of the First International Conference on Orgasm. (pp. 227-237) Bombay, India; VRP Publishers.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1992). The G spot, vaginal orgasm female ejaculation: A review of research and literature. Sex Matters. (pp. 33-36). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers BV.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1993). Current research trends: Spinal Cord Injuries. Proceedings NIH Conference on Reproductive Issues for Persons with Physical Disabilities. (pp. 197-207) Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1997). Sexuality and women with complete spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord, 35, 136-138.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1998). Beyond the G spot: Recent research on female sexuality. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 1(3), 19-23.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1999). Beyond the G spot: Recent Research on Female Sexuality. Psychiatric Annals, 29(1), 34-37.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (2000). Beyond the G spot: Recent research on female sexuality. Impotence Worldwide, 17, 11-12.

Whipple, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (2002). Brain (PET) responses to vaginal-cervical self-stimulation in women with complete spinal cord injury: Preliminary findings. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 28: 79-86.

Whipple, B., Martinez-Gomez, M., Oliva-Zarate, L., Pacheco, P., & Komisaruk,, B.R. (1989). Inverse relationship between intensity of vaginal self-stimulation-produced analgesia and level of chronic intake of a dietary source of capsaicin. Physiology and Behavior, 46, 247-252.

Whipple, B., Myers, B.R, Komisaruk, BR. (1998). Male multiple ejaculatory orgasms: A case study. In J.J. Borras-Valls & M. Perez-Conchillo (Eds). Sexuality and Human Rights (pp. 129-133). Valencia, Spain: World Congress of Sexology.

Whipple, B., Myers, B., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1998) Male multiple ejaculatory orgasms: A Case Study. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 23(2), 157-162.

Whipple, B., & Ogden, G. (1989). Safe Encounters: How Women Can Say Yes to Pleasure and No to Unsafe Sex. New York: McGraw-Hill (Paperback, Dell).

Whipple, B., & Ogden, G. (1989). How to be your own best (sexual) friend. Cosmopolitan. September, 122-128.

Whipple, B., & Ogden, G. (1994). Let your fingers do the walking: A very intimate guide. Woman's Own, 54-70.

Whipple, B., Ogden, G., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1992). Quantification of the perceptual and physiological correlates of imagery-induced orgasm in women. In W. Bezemer (Ed.) Sex Matters. (pp. 9-12). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers BV.

Whipple, B., Ogden, G., Komisaruk, B.R. (1992). Physiological correlates of imagery induced orgasm in women. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 21(2), 121-133.

Whipple, B., Ogden, G., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1993). Orgasm: All in your head? Health Letter, 12(2), 2.

Whipple, B., Richards, E., Tepper, M., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1996). Sexual response in women with complete spinal cord injury. In D.M. Krotoski, M. Nosek, & M. Turk (Eds.) Women with Physical Disabilities: Achieving and Maintaining health and Well-Being (pp. 69-80). Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks Publishing Co.

Whipple, B., Richards, E., Tepper, M., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1966). Sexual response in women with complete spinal cord injury. Sexuality and Disability, 14(3), 191-201.

Whipple, B., Richards, E., Tepper, M., Gerdes, C., & Komisaruk, B.R. (1998). A quantitative and qualitative study concerning sexual response in women with complete spinal cord injury. In J.J. Borras-Valls & M. Perez-Conchillo (Eds). Sexuality and Human Rights (pp. 267-271). Valencia, Spain: World Congress of Sexology.

Whipple, B., & Scura, K.W. (1989). HIV and the older adult: Taking the necessary precautions. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 15, 15-19.

Whipple, B., & Scura, K.W. (1996). The overlooked epidemic: HIV in older adults. American Journal of Nursing, 96(2), 23-29

Zaviacic, M., & Whipple, B. (1993). Update on the female prostate and the phenomenon of female ejaculation. Journal of Sex Research, 30(2), 148-151.

Zaviacic, M., Whipple, B., Zaviacicova, A., & Holman, I.K. (1993). Medicinske aspekty fenomenu uretralnych expulzii (ejakulacie) zeny a ich vyuzitie pre prax. Slovensky Lekar, 17, 53-56 (In Slovak).

Zaviacic, M., & Whipple, B. (2001). Zenska ejakulacia, zenska prostata a zenska sexualita: Specificke sucasti biologie zenskeho pohlavia. Sexuologia, 1(2), 12-18. In Slovak

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