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The Desire Whisperer

Sep 29, 2011
Did you know that desire gets its feelings hurt easily? When it encounters disapproval, rejection or frequent frustration, it tends to go into hiding. In women, especially, the desire for orgasm has often met with more discouragement than it can tolerate. Masculine sexual desire is robust enough …

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Letting Desire Live

Sep 22, 2011
The other day we were sitting around the office talking about the ubiquitous topic of desire, when OneTaste’s founder, Nicole Daedone dropped by. Her story of wrestling with desire pinned each of us in the room. It might just get you too. Here’s how it went...nnA teacher of hers was dying, and she …

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f**k My Heart Was Racing—Confronting Hot Fears and Taboos in OM By Rosa

Sep 13, 2011
I was initially attracted to OneTaste because of the material it offers around relationship and man-woman dynamics. I began distance coaching over the phone with one of OneTaste's Slow Sex Coaches. We spoke about my most recent relationship and places I had gotten stuck and why it ended. We also …

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The New Yorker, Life Hackers, and Peet's Coffee

Sep 8, 2011
This week, OM was mentioned in a profile of author Timothy Ferriss in The New Yorker magazine. (Ferriss refers to it as “The 15-minute orgasm”.) The practice of Orgasmic Meditation – which has become an icon of the “Slow Sex Movement” – has been quietly attracting followers since 2004, the year …

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My First OM by Amy

Sep 6, 2011
My first OM was surprisingly confronting. As i learned about the practice, I became hungry for the nourishment I anticipated it would provide. But I also grew anxious. What was he going to see when I opened my legs? Until this point in my life, I had given my genitals little visual attention. It …

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Turning-on

Sep 3, 2011
If you read my last blog, you’ll resonate with the word turn on, as turn on describes precisely my friend Maria’s relationship to her bike.nnTurn-on is what happens when desire is liberated from our attempts to possess and control, and is let out to play. It’s the impulse you have to dance when …

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Can a pair of shoes seduce you?

Aug 27, 2011
When we are not really reflecting on the matter, we tend to assume that desire is caused by what we desire. You pass by a shop window or browse Zappos and see some gorgeous shoes. You may or may not actually need a new pair of shoes, but need is irrelevant to your feeling for this particular set …

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How to Speak Your Desire (Not Its Impostor)

Aug 17, 2011
How often do you actually experience a desire at the exact moment you are stating it? If you are like most people, the answer is “rarely.” Before a request is even out of our mouths, our attention shifts to the other person’s reaction. And not just their actual reaction. Well before we witness …

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Each Step is the Whole Practice

Aug 12, 2011
This blog is in part a how-to instructional and as most instructionals do, it proceeds step by step. If there is a more effective way of explaining how-to do something, we’ve never heard of it. Yet when it comes to OM, there’s a twist. Say you’re trying to put together a desk you got from Ikea …

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Losing my OM Virginity

Aug 10, 2011
There were three of us in the room. The coach, my partner and I (who had difficulty relaxing for my very first OM). Had I anxiously built expectation up? What if I OM wrong? Does my pussy look pretty? Will I connect with my partner? When I teach fitness, I have to remind my students to breathe …

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