Slow Sex

  • by Nicole Daedone
  • Narrated by Nicole Daedone
  • 7 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The truth is: Most women do not have satisfying sex lives. Slow Sex can change that.
Better sex is about one thing: better orgasm. This life-altering guide teaches men and women how to use the practice of Orgasmic Meditation - or OM - to slow down, connect emotionally, and achieve authentic female sexual satisfaction. The promise: In just fifteen minutes every woman can become orgasmic. And, with the right partner and the right technique, that orgasm could last and last!
For more than a decade, Nicole Daedone has been leading the "slow sex movement," which is devoted to the art and craft of the female orgasm. OM is the act of slowing down, tuning in, and experiencing a deeper spiritual and physical connection during sex. Slow Sex reveals the philosophy and techniques of OM and includes a step-by-step, ten-day OM starter program, as well as OM secrets for achieving ultimate satisfaction. It also includes exercises to help enhance readers' "regular" sex lives, such as Slow Oral for Her, Slow Oral for Him, and Slow Intercourse.
This book is the argument for daily intimacy, and for paying attention as the foundation of pleasure, all with a focus on the female experience.

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So much padding, you want to strip it off

While OM (orgasmic meditation) might very well be life changing if practiced, the procedure could be broken down into two pages of instructions. All the rest are stories and repetitive material meant to be inspirational, but just becomes tedious after the third and fourth time around. Perhaps the paper book or e-book might be the better choice in this case, so you can skip the redundancies and skim to the good parts, the simple practice procedures. And everyone should hear or read the sample experiences at the end. Women need to communicate the technique to her partner, men so they can surprise theirs. Those few pages might be worth the price of admission.
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- Lisa

DISAPOINTED AND FRUSTRATED

I found the book disapointing and frustrating for the following reasons:
OVERSTATING THE CASE
-Like most authors who are inlove with their work I thought she overstated things big time
- The significance and relevance of sex in our lives is overstated bigtime as though sex and only sex matters - total rubish
- Love handly gets a mention. It seems that sex without love is OK, even good - what utter rubish. How can sex without love be fullfilling?

CHANGING DEFINITIONS
The book redefines the word "orgasm" to mean something other than climax. This is how she can claim that all women can be orgasmic.
This "Orgasmic Medidation" sounds mysterious and impressive. It is a big letdown to discover that it is little more than a man strokings a womans genitals for 15 minutes. She does a great job of talking it up though.


TALKING GIBERISH
- There are large sections of the book that I was wondering - what the hell is she talking about?
- Many of the illustrations left me wondering as to their relevance and benefit.
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I perservered throught it but I was glad when it came to an end.

There was one high point in the book and that was the section where she describes what men should know about women - that chapter was worth the listen
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- Theo Tsourdalakis

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-07-2011
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio