A research from the Indiana University’s School of Public Health in collaboration with the Kinsey Institute found that there are shared insights and techniques that enhance pleasure for the vast majority of women.
Dr Eve spoke about OMGYES technique in relation to the Indiana University study on women’s sexual pleasure.
We are here to educate men and women about orgasm— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
Listen to the full conversation on The Redi Tlhabi Show:
Often what irritates women most is when a partner asks ‘have you had an orgasm yet or when a partner shows boredom and say 'why do you take so long' or 'hurry up'— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
People love seeing their partners getting an orgasm and getting thrilled— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
Here are some of the twitter responses to the topic:
@RediTlhabi I just can not wrap my brain around partners that fake an orgasmic thrill! Cheating themselves off an act of voluptuous pleasure— Thipapedi Rampou (@Thipapedi) January 22, 2016