The Orgasm Lab
The Orgasm Lab
About The Orgasm Lab
Amy had tried everything to have an orgasm. EVERYTHING. Yes, lube. Yes, toys. Yes gynecologists, sex therapy. Yes.... everything. So she decided to give up on sex altogether. That was until she moved to New York. Listen to the true story of how one woman came to find her first orgasm at the age of 35. Listen as she shares how experts helped her and how they can do the same for you. First 4 episodes - Amy's own personal sexual health journey. The episodes following are either: Interviews with world-renowned sexual health experts. Homework exercises or Patient advocate stories. Enjoy!
I’m Amy Nasseri and this is the orgasm lab podcast – a podcast devoted to helping women achieve better sexual health and pleasure. In today’s episode, you are going to hear the real-life experience of someone who has dealt with a sexual pain disorder. It's called Vestibulodynia. My guest gives us an all-access pass. We hear about what it was like growing up for her, what it was like discovering what her real issue was and what it’s been like finding the expert help that she needed. This woman is an incredible advocate for the sexual medicine field and what it can do for those of us who are suffering. Make sure you check out her website: sexmedadvocate.com Happy listening friends! Intro: Talley Gale Editing: Laura Pearce Music: Epidemic Sound
I know it's been a while but I am so so so thrilled to introduce Dr. Rachel Rubin as the second sexual health expert to be interviewed for the Orgasm Lab Podcast! Dr. Rachel S. Rubin is a board-certified urologist and sexual medicine specialist. She is one of only a handful of physicians with fellowship training in sexual medicine for all genders. Dr. Rubin is a clinician, researcher, and passionate educator. In addition to being education chair for the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), she serves as an associate editor for the journal Sexual Medicine Reviews. Dr. Rubin completed her medical education at Tufts University, her urology training at Georgetown University, and her sexual medicine fellowship training with Dr. Irwin Goldstein in San Diego. Dr. Rubin is fierce, funny and we are so fortunate to have her fighting for those of us who struggle with sexual health issues. Listen in as she talks about low libido, hormone therapy, menopause, labia surgery, and more. Happy listening friends! Credit: Talley Gale - intro Editor - Laura Pearce Music - Epidemic Sound
The homework series is here! In this episode listen to the first exercise your host Amy gives to help increase the amount of sexual pleasure you can feel. We're going right back to basics in this first episode (the basics that actually matter), but make sure you listen in to the rest because there are some amazing exercises to come. And the best part - these exercises come straight from the professionals and they're backed by science. Special Thanks To: Talley Gale - Voice Over www.talleygale.com Laura Pearce - Editor Epidemic Sounds - Featured song - 'In My Bed' by Pure Indigo
Aahhhh! So excited to share this interview with Dr. Emily Nagoski with all of you. Emily has written the book 'Come As You Are' - and it is the pleasure course 101 that everyone should take. Period. Learn the incredible science behind why some things turn you on.... and some things turn you off and have a good laugh in the process. Special Thanks To: Laura Pearce - Editor Talley Gale - Voiceover Epidemic Sound
Welcome listeners. Please be advised that the content of this podcast is sexual in nature. So, if that makes you uncomfortable or you have little ones listening, here's your heads up to hit pause. Also, please note Amy is not a doctor. Please make sure you always seek professional medical counsel if you are experiencing any sexually related symptoms that are distressing or painful. Welcome to the Orgasm Lab, my name is Amy Nasseri, and in this first episode, you are going to hear my personal orgasm journey, all of it, and spoiler alert, it has a happy ending. But before I do that, I want to share with you some interesting statistics about orgasms. Did you know that on average 95% of straight men experience an orgasm during sex? Every woman listening is like, "Yeah, like tell us something we didn't know." Okay. So, what's the percentage for women? Well, studies report that a mere 65% of straight women experience an orgasm during a sexual experience. But there are a lot of researchers out there that believe that this number in reality is a lot lower. In fact, 40% of women in one study said that they found difficult reaching orgasm frequently. Okay. So, maybe just over half of us women are able to experience an orgasm during sex. But did you know that there are some of us out there who never reach orgasm at all? Close to 15% of straight women never reach orgasm under any circumstances, 15% of us women out there, and probably more, who aren't able to experience an orgasm no matter what they try. But there's more, some of us struggle to ever feel aroused. There's also thousands of women out there who experienced an extraordinary amount of pain during sex. There are some women who suffer from close to constant genital arousal. I'm about to share my story of orgasm dysfunction, but what's clear from these numbers that we've just heard is that mine isn't the only one out there. The orgasm gap is real. I think it's about high time that we take this gap seriously and apply the necessary care and expert input. Thanks for listening, friends. Special thanks to: Talley Gale for her lending her beautiful voice to our intro. - www.talleygale.com Andrea Wittgens for her incredible music. Head to Spotify or www.andreawittgens.com For more head to theorgasmlab.com
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