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Pleasure Oracle Card Deck

Pleasure Oracle Card Deck

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Pleasure Oracle is a fun and playful intimacy deck of cards, designed to stimulate joy, desire and passion into your life and relationships. Each card will offer an answer, an insight, or a call to action relating to themes across love, sex and erotic intelligence.

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Due to the intimate nature of our products, we do not accept returns for customer satisfaction reasons. Most of our products with a mechanical component have a manufacturer warranty. If you receive a defective product, or if it breaks within the warranty, please reach out to the manufacturer to fulfill your warranty.

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Pleasure Oracle is a new kind of deck. Inspired by tarot, but without suits or arcana, Pleasure Oracle contains 52 cards to spark insight and understanding of your erotic needs and acceptance of your sexual self.

Designed to be read a one card at a time, or in a spread, use the Pleasure Oracle to discover original, insightful and sensuous wisdom. The messages in these cards will not only ignite pleasure and excitement with a partner, but also guide you on how to own your sexual power, deepen your self-worth, and be the master of your own desires.

Contains 52 unique full-color cards. The box is 3.6 x 1.35 x 5.3 inches.

Created by Jerico Mandybur, an award-winning spiritual coach and author. As a prominent writer and speaker, Jerico is the voice behind the podcast Beyond Belief (and previously, Girlboss Radio's Self Service) and her writing has appeared in Vogue, Bustle, and The New York Times.