Tara Lepore | Contributing Writer | Friday, 2 December 2016

Ever Thought About Giving Your Friend An Orgasm For Christmas?

Ever Thought About Giving Your Friend An Orgasm For Christmas?

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There’s always that one friend who is near impossible to buy a Christmas present for.

They’re usually on your radar way before December, the problematic repeat offender who ends up getting something a little bit shit every year through absolutely no fault of your own. To be fair, they’d usually be happy with just about anything, but you want to get something that they’ll genuinely like, and will, of course, score you major friend points. A fail-safe method would be to give them something that literally nobody could object to, so how about a box-set of orgasms for £25?

Much-hyped-about orgasm tutorial site OMGYes is a 12-episode virtual education in female pleasure, and there’s a gift option available to treat your friends this Christmas.

The team of ‘engineers, educators and filmmakers’ behind the site invested $4.6m into female pleasure research last year where they interviewed 1,000 women about their masturbation techniques. The site was then built from their results, with how-to videos and ‘touchable’ tutorials demonstrating different ways to get yourself off. This ain’t no smut though – the emphasis is all about the sharing of best practice and the work that's gone into a topic previously considered taboo by more conservative science research groups.

OMGYes’ founders Lydia Daniller and Rob Perkins launched the desktop-only site last year with hopes of demystifying the female orgasm, while encouraging people to talk more openly with their partners about what is really pleasurable in bed - something that they claim will make you eight times more likely to be happier in your relationship. 

You can send a link to a Season One subscription directly in an email, instantly linking your tricky-to-buy for friend to 12 episodes teaching them how to have a better time in bed, including Consistency (where your technique follows a set routine), Hinting (only ‘occasionally indulging’ - not very Christmassy) and Accenting (with extra attention to part of a motion). You can even schedule when the email will land in their inbox, making sure it’s a seriously nice surprise that can't be opened before the 25th. There’s no such anonymity with a box of Maltesers under the tree now, is there?

Included in the dozen episodes are 50 short videos and 11 ‘touchable’ demonstrations (with audio feedback as you go along to make sure you’re doing it right). The idea is that you watch the videos where women explain their preferred techniques first, and then try it for yourself - on your computer or tablet, of course - by having a go on the virtual vulvas.

Your £25 will give your mate unlimited access to all 12 episodes, but unfortunately your money won’t stretch to the next round of research - you’ll have to pay again for Season Two if and when it happens. 

On the plus side, if it’s released before next Christmas, consider your present for your previously un-giftable friend already bought. That's another ticked off the list. 

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We Got A Bunch Of Women To Tell Us Their First Masturbation Stories

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