“There’s so much that’s been left unsaid, unasked, and unknown. All because of a taboo that, we believe, will look absurd in a few decades—the same way taboos from the 1950’s about oral sex and homosexuality are absurd to us now. OMGYes want to accelerate that transition.”
The creators of OMGYes conducted in-depth interviews with over 1,000 women. Then we conducted the first-ever large-scale study about women’s pleasure with 1,000 more women – in partnership with researchers at Indiana University’s School of Public Health and The Kinsey Institute.
The research combines the wisdom of over 2,000 women ages 18-95, and shows that there are shared insights and techniques that enhance pleasure for the vast majority of women, some of which hadn’t even been named yet. Want to know what layering, framing and orbiting are and how to use them?
OMGYes is an entirely new way to explore fascinating, useful and fun information in the comfort of your home – with 62 videos and 11 touchable videos.
One payment of $49 gives you permanent access to the 62 videos of Season One and help fund the next waves of research on women’s sexuality. Ideal for women wanting more out of sex, and men who want to give it!
No Blushing, No Shame – just personal pleasure
“The site smashes taboos surrounding female sexuality and treats the female orgasm with an unprecedented seriousness: tackling the complexities surrounding the ways in which women experience pleasure with honesty and no shame.” – Marie Claire
Let’s lift the veil and take an honest look at the specific ways women actually find pleasure.
Speak up babes!
Talking about the details of what works is important. Women who are able to talk specifically about what makes sex more pleasurable for them are 8 x more likely to be happier in their relationships!
And, it’s proven – couples who constantly explore new ways to increase pleasure are 5 times more likely to be happier in their relationships and 12 times more likely to be sexually satisfied.
“Not surprisingly, all three of the women I spoke with said the same thing, that there is a huge void in sexually knowledge with the average male. When Maria did have that first orgasm, she described it to me over the phone as if it was a reawakening of some sort. “It was like, oh my God, did I just die? What was that? And that stimulation is what gave me that idea of, ‘Ok, I’ve never been touched like that. What do I need to do to get that again?” – Huffington Post