Originally from Rwanda, east-central Africa, the kunyaza sexual practice triggers female ejaculation and multiple orgasms in women during heterosexual encounters. The kunyaza technique is also practised in Uganda and Kenya, where it is known as kachabali. Benefits of kunyaza include: * facilitates female ejaculation and/or `squirting,’ * triggers multiple orgasms in women, * brings women to climax in less than five minutes, * helps men last longer in the bedroom, * enhances female pleasure, * stimulation of the K-Spot, and * an effective treatment for female orgasmic disorder. Kunyaza examines the cultural impact of Rwanda’s pleasure-based sensual tradition and investigates whether it empowers women. The book also explores the psychology of female desire, analyses female ejaculation and G-Spot studies, and investigates the controversial practice of labia pulling. Drawing on extensive research from Western-trained sexologists, psychologists, and ssengas (female sex educators) from Africa, the book provides an intimate and illustrated guide on how to make a woman ejaculate.