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I <3 Female Orgasm

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Orgasm Redefined

Slow Sex by Nicole Daedone

From the visionary founder of OneTaste and the creator of OM—a groundbreaking practice that redefines orgasm from a woman’s point of view—comes the first-ever complete guide to OM in book form. Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm is all you need to revolutionize your orgasm in just fifteen minutes a day. The practice that #1 New York Times bestselling author of The 4-Hour Body calls “the keys to the kingdom,” OM unlocks a woman’s orgasm so she can connect more deeply to her partner and her own sexual desire.

Women report increased sexual interest, more energy, and a new relationship to their hunger. Men report more confidence, more satisfaction, and more sex. With these benefits, it’s no surprise OM has become the daily practice of thousands. But how to get started?

Nicole Daedone will walk you step-by-step through: Read more

Orgasm-Seeking Women Find Little Help From Science

From LiveScience.com by Stephanie Pappas

For one out of four women, orgasm during sex is an elusive goal. According to a new report, medical science isn’t doing enough to ensure these women find satisfaction between the sheets.

The paper, published online ahead of print in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, reviews 101 studies on female orgasm disorder, a condition in which women have difficulty reaching climax or can’t orgasm at all. Despite the fact that inability to orgasm is the second most common female sexual complaint after lack of desire, and orgasm is one of the top 50 reasons we have sex, treatments for the disorder are inadequate, the authors conclude.

“We’re not doing enough research,” said Waguih William IsHak, a psychiatrist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and the lead author of the paper. “There are a lot of great clinicians who work with patients using therapy, but when it comes to medications, it’s all trial and error.”

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