OMGYes

Brief OMGYes is a website that’s trying to close the orgasm gap (Men > Women). It’s for “everyone who cares about women’s sexual pleasure and wants to make it even better.”If you want information that’s backed by scientific studies, surveys and in-depth interviews conducted by researchers (from Indiana University and the Kinsey Institute) on over 2000+ women’s experiences with touching, pleasure, and orgasms – this is it! It dispels “the Hollywood (Bollywood) myth” and depictions in media about love-making (mind blowing orgasms, under a minute, Every. Single. Time) with a lover who telepathically knows all the moves. I would go so far as to categorise it as an educational resource and would hope Coursera or Udemy offers it as an option.
My trial went like this OMGYes is not an application, but you have to buy a one-time permanent access subscription to 3 seasons that consisted of (1) The Essentials (2) Inner pleasure (3) Techniques with toys. The site is an education that compensates for what schools and readings do not teach. It was a divine revelation in so many ways – to see other women share their intimate experiences and demonstrate techniques that worked for them. Two decades of seeing people in therapy who have shared with me their most intimate personal & interpersonal expectations that are often unrealistic, unattainable and certainly unsustainable- both in terms of body/beauty standards but also in terms of expectations from relationships, has proven first-hand how Ideas about lovemaking and coupling are so “out there” and how the need of the hour is a well-designed module that is accessible to all. The videos on OMGYes are comprehensive and particularized and contain almost encyclopaedic intelligence on female orgasms. The videos give you detailed instructions with the “how” and “where” of things alongside charts, graphs, quotes and play animations. Actual volunteers demonstrate to you what are the most common challenges when practising different techniques. The videos are not just for women – they are for couples and can help men navigate a landscape (usually unfamiliar) through guided experimentation. OMGYes has recently added experiments with fabrics, water, temperature (chilling) and pressure to enhance lovemaking. No personal information and no spam or advertisements are sent when you buy access to OMGYes videos. I truly appreciated this.
Tech Specs
Where
Web-based, iphone
(5 or later) & android
(4.2 or later)
Language
English (Spoken) , German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Dutch, Japanese, simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese (Sub-titled)
Costs
INR 1000 for one season or 1600 for two (Season 1 + 2). There are gifting options as well (which I have used aplenty).
My concerns There is not much of an Indian/Asian representation on the site. The site is presently only for women and men. Tips/ research is centred around vulva/vaginal touch, and while the researchers recognise that not all women have vulvas and not all vulvas belong to women , they have only recently started research with all genders.

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