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Men Should Know...

Jun 2, 2012
nnBy Drea M.nnTall and thin with a heart shaped indentation in the middle of his chest. Slightly hunched over, he danced alone. Making eyes at one another as I moved my body in, out and against the other dancers in the space. You caught my attention with your phantom gaze. You peered at me through …

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Growth

May 31, 2012
nnBy Eric S.nnA few months into my OMing practice.nnI have an OM with a friend.nnDuring the OM she lets out a single tiny sob.nnAfter the OM ends she says, “I could have cried more. I didn’t quite trust you to hold it.”nnI feel disappointed. I like being trusted! “What? No, I could have held …

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What Drew Me to OM?

May 28, 2012
nnBy MayannnMy first introduction to Orgasmic Meditation was after reading Nicole Daedone’s book Slow Sex. The practice appealed to me as an avenue to explore connection to a woman and ultimately lead to richer sexual experiences.nnAs a male there is an immeasurable amount of conflicting advice on …

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Orgasmic Nutrition

May 28, 2012
nnBy Jenny S.nnI was born in Phoenix, Arizona at St. Mary's Hosptial, time of birth 7:31 am. Nearly killed my mother during the entire pregnancy, but the grand finale came during labor when all her organs shut down until they got me out. So needless to say I came into this world making a bit of a …

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OM and Corporate America

May 23, 2012
nnBy Morgan M.nnI’ve worked in corporate America for about 15 years and I’ve very recently realized that I’m trying to run my OM practice like I operate at work: scheduling my OMs a week in advance, confirming my OMs the night before, having little tolerance if people don’t get back to me when I …

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Good Grief

May 21, 2012
nnBy Carol K. nnI’ve come to conclude that orgasm includes everything. Even grief. For the past two months I’ve been holding my breath—both literally and figuratively. My dear friend (and lover) of four years was dying from stomach cancer and I had walking pneumonia. I was only able to breathe …

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On Vulnerability

May 16, 2012
nnBy Nirmala N. nnSocial scientist Brene Brown recently gave a TED talk that went viral. Her unlikely subject was vulnerability. Brown has stated that her entire research career has been built around shedding light on the behavioral patterns and experiences that most of us acknowledge without …

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What a man wants

May 15, 2012
nn nnBy Eric S. nnMy work day ends. I run into a friend. “I’m moving home,” she says to me. “I leave tomorrow.”nnI’m surprised, and I also felt this coming. And I feel angry. Angry at the suddenness of it. Angry that I haven’t told her the truth about what I want. Angry that I haven’t taken more …

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True Love

May 14, 2012
nnBy Jennifer S.nn4 years ago I met a brilliant man, this man is one of the few men in my life that has ever penetrated my layers down to a soul level. I call him the Scientist. If you can imagine for a moment, an older version of Jason Schwartsman from the film Rushmore, that is exactly what he …

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