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She founded Down There Press, a publisher of sex-related books, in 1975. In 1977, she opened Good Vibrations, the second feminist sex toy business in the United States (the first having been Eve's Garden in New York City, which was founded by Dell Williams in 1974). Prior to her opening Good Vibrations, she was hired at the University of California, San Francisco to screen candidates who had difficulties achieving orgasm. This study influenced her business model for Good Vibrations.
Editor, Still Doing It: Men and Women Over Sixty Write About Their Sexuality, Down There Press, 2000
Co-author (with Ann Whidden), Good Vibrations: The New Complete Guide to Vibrators, Down There Press, 2000 (see also 1976, below)
Editor, I Am My Lover: Women Pleasure Themselves, Down There Press, 1997
Editor, First Person Sexual: Women and Men Write About Self-Pleasuring, Down There Press, 1996
Editor, Femalia, Down There Press, 1993
A Kid's First Book About Sex, Down There Press, 1993
The Playbook for Kids About Sex, Down There Press, 1978
The Playbook for Men About Sex, Down There Press, 1976
Good Vibrations: Being a Treatise on the Use of Machines in the Indolent Indulgence of Erotic Pleasure-Seeking Together with Important Hints on the Acquisition, Care, and Utilization of Said Machines and Much More about the Art and Science of Buzzing Off, Down There Press, 1976
The Playbook for Women About Sex, Down There Press, 1975