Pussy Eating for Everybody front cover

Front cover for Pussy Eating for Everybody

By Grace ‘M’
Published in 1977 by Omega Press

This title was reissued as “The Sensual Art of Cunnilingus.”  As nearly as I can tell, the only difference between the two is that the re-issue contains some slightly different pictures than the original.  I own a copy of both, and will review the original here.

Upon  happening across the title  “Pussy Eating for Everybody” I imagined the conniption fit my mother would have were Santa to leave this under the tree with her name on it.  While being excused from ever having Christmas obligations does tempt me to give the title such an acid test (“but Mom, it’s for EVERYBODY…”) this book is far too entertaining to ever contemplate giving away.

The Sensual Art of Cunnilingus front cover

Front cover for The Sensual Art of Cunnilingus

I have previously reviewed another work by Grace ‘M’ (you can read it here).  While I usually do not find author’s biographies of much interest, the fact that Grace is so anonymous makes me interested in knowing more about her if only so as to track down more of her work.  Her anonymity makes me wonder if she is really a woman, and while Grace challenges readers that she is really a man, it is hard to discern that fact for sure. Indeed it is entirely possible that Grace is not one person but several.  Regardless, her writing is so enjoyable that it does not matter who or what Grace really is.

Pussy Eating for Everybody begins with the suggestion that readers take the time to “look at a cunt.”  Grace masterfully discusses such topics as getting over the taboo that cunnilingus is disgusting, licking and sucking, whether face wiping is important after cunnilingus but before kissing (Grace says no), and the joys of analingus.

Grace’s easy to read writing style makes the pages fly by while providing a compelling and entertaining introduction to an under discussed topic.  If you come across a copy of either the original or its reproduction, be sure to pick it up.