OMGYes is providing an all-encompassing vision of how women feel about sexual pleasure.
Women’s sexuality is still a frontier for many. This isn’t surprising as historically women’s sexual pleasure was secondary to that of a man’s and modesty as well as chastity were considered ideal traits for women.
You can still find elements of these old-fashioned connotations in modern times: the perception that oral sex performed on a man is commonplace, for example, while cunnilingus is often met with hesitation.
It is these issues that resulted in the creation of OMGYes, a female sexual pleasure research website designed for women, men, couples or anyone else interested in women’s sexuality. The research combines the wisdom of over 2,000 women, ages 18–95 revealing sexual techniques that haven’t been named yet, like the “surprise”— which is the act of defying expectation to enhance pleasure.
Founded by college roommates Lydia Daniller and Rob Perkins, OMGYes has aggregated information from women to provide an all-encompassing vision of how women feel about sexual pleasure. They include demonstrations, perspectives from real women and touch simulations. Topics covered in season one of OMGYes include edging, varying climax and denial and orbiting, circling around the clitoris. You can explore the latest science about what feels good and why through fun, honest videos.
Get a better understanding of what you want, more pleasure and the right tools for happier relationships.