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The Big ‘O’!
That’s right...we’re shouting about it loud and clear...we’re talking Orgasms!
All hail the mighty Orgasm!
A study carried out by The Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy shows that only 18% of women have orgasms through penetrative sex. Not very high, huh. But fear not...there’s a whole host of other orgasms you might not even know existed, let alone how to achieve them... For example, were you aware that you can have mouth or nipple orgasms?! Yup, it’s a thing.
So why is female pleasure so uncomfortable to talk about? There are so many more benefits to them than just giving you 10 seconds (let’s be honest here…) of euphoria. Better sleep, reduction in stress, glowing skin… the list goes on and on.
So come along and join our extremely knowledgeable panel who will be talking frankly, openly and honestly about the different types of orgasms; how best to achieve them; common misconceptions and the health benefits of them!
About the Panellists:
Emma Sayle is one of the UK’s leading ‘sex-entrepreneurs’. She made her name launching the elite global adult-party brand Killing Kittens in 2005, she has gone on to become a leading spokesperson for the female-first movement. Her passion for female empowerment is the driving force behind the KK Group, which inspires women to make connections socially, sexually, romantically and professionally, through experiences created both online and offline.
Jessica O’Reilly (AKA Dr Jess) is an award-winning sex and relationship expert and the founder of Happier Couples Inc. which provides relationship education (online and via retreats) to couples across the globe. She works primarily with entrepreneurs and corporate executives to take their relationships from good to great — they know that positive strides at home equal positive gains at work and they’ve invited her to speak in 40 countries to date. Catch Dr. Jess on Global TV’s The Morning Show, PlayboyTV’s Swing and the weekly Sex With Dr. Jess Podcast co-hosted by her much-better-half, Brandon Ware. Or follow her mostly food, travel and dog pics on Instagram: @SexWithDrJess.
Domina Franco is a New York City based sex educator, coach and writer. Franco completed her Masters in Human Sexuality at Widener University and helps clients of all genders and orientations clarify, explore and enhance their sex lives. She guest lectures at universities around the country and provides one on one coaching as well as training and workshops that cover pleasure exploration, empowerment, kink and alternate relationship models. She has been featured as a contributor in Esquire, Refinery29, Fusion TV, Redbook, She Knows and A Practical Wedding. Franco has also worked as a consultant and speaker with UnBound, Magic Wand and Uvee. www.dominafranco.com. Instagram: Domina_Franco / Facebook: DominaFrancoCoach
Stephanie Theobald is a novelist, journalist and broadcaster known for her playful and thoughtful work around sexuality and alternative feminism. The former society editor of Harper’s Bazaar is the author of four novels and writes regularly for the Guardian, the Sunday Times and Elle. Her new book, Sex Drive: On The Road To A Pleasure Revolution explores female sexuality in an honest way and has been described as “frank and funny” by the Times of London and “Eat Pray Love meets Thelma and Louise” by the Observer. Oscar-winning actress and writer Emma Thompson has urged the curious to “read it and quiver!"
Polly Rodriguez is the CEO and Co-Founder of Unbound, a rebellious sexual wellness company for womxn. After receiving a cancer diagnosis at 21 that resulted in early onset menopause, Polly found herself shopping for a vibrator - only to find that the ‘best’ option was a seedy store next to the highway in St. Louis, Missouri. Ten years later, Polly and co-founder Sarah Jayne Kinney started Unbound with the goal of taking vibrators, lubricants and sexual accessories mainstream through elevated design, body-safe materials, and accessible pricing. Today, the company has been hailed by the New York Times as the "ideological center of the tech-savvy, female-led women's sexuality movement" with over 50 products created by a team of all women in New York City.