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Real Orgasm. Stop faking it.

Jul 6, 2011
The facts about faking are in: Over 70% of women (and a surprising 25% of men) have pretended to climax at some point in their lives. In other words, nearly three-quarters of women and a quarter of men would rather lie to their partners than admit: It’s not happening tonight, or They’d …

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Orgasm Replacement Therapy

Jul 6, 2011
Shopping has become the modern woman’s sexual replacement therapy. What we really want is a particular sensation, a memory of something we once tasted but then lost, a dream we don’t dare hope is possible. The orgasm that rose from deep within and touched us at a very young age. It would quench …

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Orgasm is more than climax

Jul 6, 2011
When we talk about orgasm, we’re not talking about sex. Yes, there’s a difference. Sex is the only thing we’ve been taught to use orgasm for, but it’s not the only use. And climax is the only kind of orgasm we’ve been taught to recognize, but it’s not the only meaning of the word …

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More Pema Chodron than Pamela Anderson

Jul 6, 2011
Let’s be honest: we don’t really fit in. A company that’s redefining orgasm from a woman’s perspective? That’s not something you hear about every day. So most people try to make sense of us by putting us into a category. Mostly, we end up in the “sex” category. The problem is, we’re not about …

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Break the Rules of the Orgasm You Know

Jul 6, 2011
Let’s get one thing clear. When we talk about orgasm at OneTaste, we’re not talking about climax. We’re not talking about a lightning-fast release, a crotch-sneeze, a flash in the pan. We’re talking about a whole different dimension of orgasm. It’s orgasm, expanded. A solitary event becomes a …

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A Guide to Real Orgasm

Jul 6, 2011
Quick: Take this quiz. Orgasm is… a. The goal of most sexual encounters b. A signal that a sexual experience has ended c. An immersion into the involuntary that happens when you concentrate your attention on the genitals If you answered (a) or (b) [or both (a) and (b)] you’re talking …

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