New Book - Joanne's Beginners Guide To E-Stim And Electrosex Featured

Written by  Jun 27, 2019

If you were curious about e-stim and electrosex then I have some good news for you

I have written a 22 page guide to the basics of electrostimulation or e-stim for short.

It contains lots of information on e-stim safety, basic theory, electrode options and covers several electrode position guides to help you on your way. Oh, and there is even a handy resource guide at the end.

It covers all of this in some depth and hopefully will help newbies discover the fun to be had with hands free orgasms:

  • E-Stim Safety
  • Basic Electrical Theory & Terms
  • Creating an E-Stim Circuit
  • Types of Control Boxes
  • Types of Electrodes
  • Electrode Positions
  • Resources & Further Reading

Basically, this book has three main sections with some boring theory acting like two pieces of bread surrounding a tasty slice of e-stim information.

I hope to create a shockingly good sandwich for you to read, digest and enjoy.

My writing style is somewhat informal, and I hope entertaining too while still being educational.

You will ultimately be the judge of that, but I anticipate that you will enjoy the information I will be presenting in this book. It will help you enjoy this amazing way of kinking up your masturbation sessions.

Joanne's Beginners Guide To Electrosex

Download the e-book in pdf form - Joanne's Beginners Guide To Electrosex

If you want to see some fun and very functional e-stim electrodes that I have designed and made then check out my E-Stim Electrode Shop.

Or, if you are looking for a creative electrode placement guide then check out my Electrosex And E-stim Electrode Position Guide.

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  • paul
    Comment Link paul Saturday, 27 July 2019 18:28

    I have been using Russian stim as I recover from some spinal cord injuries. At the moment I can have orgams but do not ejaculate. I am wondering if this will help. Any thoughts on overcoming neurogenic ejaculation issues?

    Also, I see lot's of info on where to place but nothing on what setting I should use. You thoughts on that?

  • Joanne Summers
    Comment Link Joanne Summers Sunday, 28 July 2019 06:59

    Hi Paul, I am sorry to hear about your condition but love the fact that you are enjoying e-stim pleasure. I do not have any experience or the qualifications to give advice on neurological ejaculation issues. My advice would be to not focus on ejaculation but to just enjoy the orgasms.

    I rarely give control setting advice as e-stim is different for everyone, we all perceive it differently and have different levels of tolerance. Couple that with everyone is using different control boxes and it means it is literally impossible to give accurate settings advice. I concentrate on giving advice on electrode positions where I know the electrical pulses will go through nerve bundles that will deliver stimulation to the brain. Remember that an orgasm is triggered by our brains and not our genitals so it is important that we stim the right areas of our body.

    I hope that you manage to find a solution to the non-ejaculation problem but in the meantime enjoy experimenting and trying different electrode positions and settings and hopefully, you will get there.

  • rezreal
    Comment Link rezreal Saturday, 14 March 2020 13:18

    Hey Joanne! Thanks a lot for sharing this. But is it just me or is the pdf link broken?

  • Joanne Summers
    Comment Link Joanne Summers Saturday, 14 March 2020 15:25

    Hi rezreal,

    Sorry about that, I am building my site back up after a hack and am only just getting down to the free files. The link is working now.


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