The Gothamist covered Eric's GQ article and had this to say:
"Just try not to dwell on the fact that Amaranth might very well make more money than you giving hand job instructions. And to be fair, maybe he's even making the world a better place.
After all, one of his pupils supposedly had such bad coordination, that when she tried to, uh, manually service a gentleman, "she couldn't even do the up-down, up-down motion." Basically, hiring Amaranth is like paying a blog commenter to join you in the bedroom and point out your typos! We're just gonna go find a cash machine..."
This article is dripping with male jealousy. My answer to the author of this piece: "Yes, you are a 'one-dick amateur blundering around on the verge of extinction. You don't believe you could learn a new sexual skill because you're the kind of dumb-ass who thinks he knows it all". I'd like to talk to one of his girlfriends.
Get ready Eric for the slings and arrows that will hurled at you now that you have "Gone Public." Just remember there is no such thing as bad PR as long as they spell your name correctly. I promise you, the payoff goes way beyond money. It's the satisfaction of knowing you helped a couple have more sexual pleasure.
Next time please mention that a G-spot squirt is NOT the same thing as having an orgasm. All my sexually knowledgeable women friends who enjoy G stimulation all agree. It feels good but it's not the same thing as having some form of more direct contact with the clitoris. The G is very indirect clit stim similar to vaginal orgasms and we all know how rare those are.