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Practicing Slow Sex

Practicing Slow Sex

Explore the “slow sex movement” with Nicole Daedone, author of Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm.

Nicole is a speaker, author, and educator focusing on the intersection between orgasm, intimacy, and life. She is the founder of OneTaste, a cutting-edge educational company bringing a new definition of orgasm for both women and men. She is the author of Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm (Grand Central/Hachette, May 2011) and has appeared on ABC’s Nightline. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, the New York Post, the San Francisco Chronicle, and 7×7 Magazine, among others.

The practice at the heart of her work is called OM or Orgasmic Meditation. OM uniquely combines the tradition of extended orgasm with the practice of Zen Buddhism, mystical Judaism and semantics. Helping to foster a new conversation about orgasm —one that’s real, relevant, and intelligent—she has inspired thousands of students to discover the pleasure available to them by making OM a part of their daily lives.

Learn how this shift in thinking and a daily attention to orgasmic pleasure can revolutionize not only your own sexuality, but the foundation of how you think about yourself and how you live in your body.

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Wendy Strgar

Wendy Strgar, founder and CEO of Good Clean Love, is a loveologist who writes and lectures on Making Love Sustainable, a green philosophy of relationships which teaches the importance of valuing the renewable resources of love, intimacy and family.  In her new book, Love that Works: A Guide to Enduring Intimacy,  she tackles the challenging issues of sustaining relationships and healthy intimacy with an authentic and disarming style and simple yet innovative adviceIt has been called "the essential guide for relationships."  The book is available on ebook.  Wendy has been married for 27 years to her husband, a psychiatrist, and lives with their four children ages 13- 22 in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

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12:43AM PST on Dec 9, 2014

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12:42AM PST on Dec 9, 2014

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12:42AM PST on Dec 9, 2014

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1:11AM PST on Dec 3, 2014

Thanks for S sharing

6:27PM PST on Nov 29, 2014

thanks

12:19PM PST on Nov 4, 2014

File not found :(
Anyway , why rush something that you don't want to finish :)
but also don't rush! enjoy every stage of your life.

8:52PM PDT on Nov 1, 2014

That would be a change from good old fashioned man on top get it over with quick.

1:19PM PDT on Oct 26, 2014

thanks

2:37AM PDT on Sep 14, 2014

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12:33AM PDT on Sep 3, 2014

Excellent education for many.

Making love is a deeply spiritual experience - and as with meditation, one can experience feelings of euphoria and of mystic self-transcendence when you take things slowly ......

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