We’re not talking that kind of orgasm.

by OneTaste Living Library  Jul 6, 2011

Fish going opposite way

In his #1 New York Times bestselling book The 4-Hour Body, Timothy Ferriss says the OneTaste method of Orgasmic Meditation is “required education for every man on the planet.” He called it “The 15-Minute Orgasm.”

After the book published we watched the blogosphere, and we saw a trend. A surprising one.

The guys loved the idea. But the women? They were more skeptical.

Over and over, bloggers and commenters of the female persuasion said, “A 15-minute orgasm? Who would want that? It sounds….painful.”

Let us set the record straight. We’re not talking about that kind of orgasm. Orgasm that is synonymous with climax. Yes, there is something on the border between pleasure and pain about climax—the other definition of orgasm. And maybe the thought of a 15-minute long climax would send shivers up a girl’s spine (not us — we’d love to try it, but then again, we’re pretty adventurous).

But the fact remains. Climax is not what we’re talking about when we’re talking about orgasm here at OneTaste.

The kind of orgasm that can be experienced through OM—an orgasm that is emerging as more natural to women—is a deep, rich, nourishing, satisfying, extended experience of pleasure. It includes every tingle, every wave, every shudder you feel from the moment your partner touches you until the moment you part (sometimes longer, we have learned to recognize orgasm in our bodies even hours after the OM is over).

The only “goal” is to lose yourself in sensation. Trust us: Once you start OMing, you’ll come to appreciate the 15-minute orgasm. Some days you might even wish that your OM timer never, ever went off.