The Lust Ed Video Series: An Explicit Guide to Multiple Orgasms

Don't let the idea of multiple orgasms exhaust you! I'll never get tired of talking about and teaching the art of making her cum over and over again.

It is always a privilege to with Erika Lust whether it's for your viewing pleasure or for sex education. (Let's be real - her work is always pleasurable.) And this time was no different. Now I am proud of who I am and don't want to be anyone else but I'm very jealous that women get to enjoy *multiple orgasms*

Women don’t have a refractory period like men do, which means they can stay aroused for longer and have multiple orgasms. If you’re interested in learning more about how to start giving or having multiple orgasms then head on over to the Erika Lust Blog: Lust Ed Video Series

In this educational video I'll give you an introduction to multiple orgasms before an explicit demonstration showing you exactly how it's done.

The Lust Ed is a fun, free, explicit video series for people craving expert advice on sex, pleasure, kinks & sexual health. 

We all have insecurities and a lot of the time, in women and in men, we let those insecurities hold us back from all kinds of opportunities in our life. Including sexual pleasure. For years I was stuck living an unfulfilled life, insecure, never believing I would be who I wanted to be. Then becoming a physical trainer and now sex coach I live to teach others how to better themselves.

This year I had the pleasure to work with and talk about the 90-Minute Orgasm with Suzannah Weiss, a lifestyle writer who's written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Vice, Glamour, Playboy...

"But, I realized, even though achieving a 90-minute orgasm was the goal of our work together, it wasn’t actually what I needed—I needed to celebrate all of the wonderful sensations I could experience without pressure." - Suzannah Weiss

In an article for HelloGiggles, Suzannah explains how our experience together freed her of what she thought were flaws but were just cultural and societal "rules" that had been set for her.

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