Myth #5: It’s a Failure to Not Have an Orgasm
The challenge is staying pleasure-oriented versus goal-oriented. Find your own sexual preferences and kick duty and the to-do list out of the bedroom!
Resources sited in this video and other related information for your studying and research pleasure include:
Website: A Woman’s Touch www.sexualityresources.com
Book: Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski, PhD
Book: The Elusive Orgasm by Vivienne Cass, PhD
Book: When Sex Hurts: A Woman’s Guide to Banishing Sexual Pain by Goldstein, Goldstein, and Pukall.
*Disclaimer #1 – This video contains information that some may consider explicit, not suitable for the workplace or better saved for when not around sensitive company.
**Disclaimer #2 – Due to the information in the Sex Myths Series being targeted toward a general audience, much if the information is generalized and attempts to take down myths that are over-generalized to begin with. Sexuality is experienced so differently from person to person and it is my hope to address a range of sexuality myths throughout the year, that most people will be able to relate from time to time.