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New Trend: Vaginal Massages & Orgasmic Meditation

The £147 treatment – called Orgasmic Meditation – is being taken up by women who hope to improve their sex lives and achieve better climaxes. The masturbation classes sees strangers getting intimate with the female clients and giving them orgasms. The practice promises a “larger state of consciousness, improving intimacy in relationships and generally increasing your orgasm skills”. Women strip from the waist down and a practitioner strokes her clitoris for 15 minutes, while watched by men and women. First, the tutor describes the vagina in great detail – noting the colour, texture and shape. The group stroking is known as a ‘nest’. Orgasmic Meditation was founded in 2001 by Nicole Daedone from San Francisco.  There are now 10,000 practioners – with 2,000 in the UK alone – and women paying for the practice includes pensioners in their eighties.  Nicole said: “The female orgasm is vital for every single woman on the planet.”

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[4] Samantha Allen, The Goop Crowd’s Latest Craze Is Vagina Massage, The Daily Beast, 05.28.16 12:01 AM ET
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[9] Women are now paying to have expert vagina massages, Metro.co.uk, Wednesday 25 May 2016 7:28 am
[10] Bianca Mendez, Why Are Women Booking Appointments for Professional Vagina Massages?, Womens Health Mag, May 17, 2016
[12] What is a ‘holistic vagina massage’ and what does it feel like?, Metro.co.uk, Thursday 14 Jul 2016 7:29 am

 

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