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The Explorer’s Guide to Planet Orgasm by Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D and Beth Stephens, Ph.D
There’s an eXciting new book in town, and it’s all about orgasm! Learn the fascinating history of orgasm research, the new definition of orgasm, and seven keys to a more mind-blowing blast off. Experiment with breath and energy orgasms, orgasmic states, dreamgasms, nipplegasms, crygasms, minigasms, megagasms and moregasms. Discover the difference between an orgasm and a climax, and how to extend your afterglow.
The Explorer’s Guide to Planet Orgasm is a small, illustrated guide to orgasms of all sizes and types, including “genital orgasms, energy orgasms, orgasmic states, wavegasms, crygasms, body-part-gasms, breath orgasms, nocturnal orgasms, dry orgasms, wet dreams, nipplegasms… and the ultra-special megagasm.” With asides by artist/educator Beth Stephens, Ph.D., and drawings by Korean illustrator Yu Dori, The Explorer’s Guide to Planet Orgasm is an unprecedentedly easy, fun way to expand the definition of orgasm and find new ways to reach it.
At a time when more than 10% of women have never had what they recognize as an orgasm… when 8% of men and 33% of women are at least occasionally unable to reach orgasm… and when no major studies about orgasm for trans people have been done at all… educator/activist Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D., has discovered Planet Orgasm: “a place where human beings of all genders, backgrounds, races, body types, affiliations, sexual preferences and proclivities can experience a whole array of orgasmic experiences.”
Early reviewers are wildly enthusiastic:
• “Super smart sex ed for badass Earthlings…. My new orgasm bible!” – Peaches, musician and artist
• “A smart, insightful guide, even for an old sexual warhorse like me. This book will be so helpful for preorgasmic women of all ages who can now expand their idea of sexual pleasure – including me!” – Betty Dodson, Founder of Bodysex workshops and Orgasmanaut-in-training
• “Everything you wanted to know about orgasm, but didn’t know to ask, all in a bite-size book. Read it and learn about sexual ecstasy.” – Tantra master Charles Muir, author, Tantra: The Art of Conscious Loving and The Sacred Spot
Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D., has passionately researched and explored sexuality for over forty years, sharing her experiences through films, books, articles, and photography. She was the first porn star to earn a Ph.D. and taught hundreds of sex workshops for all genders. Sprinkle and her collaborator Beth Stephens are internationally acclaimed artists who create sexually oriented visual art, theater, and performance. Together they are pioneering the new “ecosex movement.”
Illustrator Yu Dori is a student at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. Her witty and appealing illustrations show orgasmic travelers of all ages, genders, shapes and races.
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After following The Hardness Factor, you will not only achieve optimal health and sexual fitness but also understand why the penis is the best barometer of a man’s health.
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