I Discovered OMGYes By Chance and Was Instantly Impressed

I was surprised to see a sponsored ad citing an article by Elle UK on OMGYes; a platform which gives women access to tools that unlock new masturbation techniques. 

 Photo credits: Huffington Post; OMGYes

Photo credits: Huffington Post; OMGYes

It's not something you usually see as a sponsored add on social media, plus the grapefruit image which looked conveniently a lot like a vagina really did capture my attention. So I thought I'd check out the website for myself to see what all the hype was about.

The website layout itself was inviting, modern and relatively straight forward in terms of it's functionality. It was clear on the fact that it's a platform offering instructional and educational videos / demos to enhance female pleasure, based upon the real life interviews and surveys conducted on over 2000 women aged between 18 and 95. The studies were carried out by the makers of OMGYes along with researchers at the University of Indiana and the Kinsey Institute

Of course, I had never seen anything quite like this before; so it had already stirred my curiosity. The great thing about the website is it's accessibility to women, men and couples alike. It's a platform for those that simply wants to obtain "refreshingly honest and direct" information on the type of techniques and combinations that can help a woman to have more and / or better orgasms.

The sample video offers a demonstration on the kind of content that you will have access to in order to learn these techniques. First, you get to hear the backstory of the named woman when it comes to masturbation, their sexuality and how they found out what techniques work for them. The next stage is an instructional video that then displays the woman in question in all her natural, naked glory actually demonstrating these techniques on herself. When it comes to educational videos, you rarely ever get an actual demo on a living person, unless it's a staged edu-porn video that you can find on tube sites, so I was quite surprised to see it up close and personal on a real human being and not on a mould or dummy. 

Now for the fun part, testing out your new skills. When you've subscribed, you will be able to access a webpage through OMGYes where you will have the opportunity to actually interact with a simulation of a real vagina. Yes, it is slightly bizarre watching women play around with a massive, virtual vagina on their tablet, but it's a great way to try out the different techniques on different types of women and vaginas. After all, a one-fit-for-all approach doesn't work when it comes to female pleasure and you won't know what will work best until you try it out. 

"A frank, educational, instructional website about female sexuality? OMGYes" - The Guardian "I wish it had been around longer... definitely check it out." - Emma Watson. We finally have the openness and research to take an honest look at the nuances of women's pleasure. It's about time!

What's truly remarkable about this online service is that it gives women the opportunity to grow more comfortable with their sexuality and the concept of exploration of their own bodies. Not only that, but it conveys all important messages; that women engaging with their sexuality is just as important as men engaging with theirs and that as a couple, it's crucial to be able to talk about what works for you, what doesn't and what you would like to try. Communication is vital in all areas of a relationship, so having access to such a platform could massively improve the sex life of not only single women but couples also.

Breaking the taboo on female masturbation is something that's taken years to reach. However, we are gradually seeing a societal shift when it comes to being able to talk openly and honestly about sex, sexual orientation, porn and gender identity. 

The OMGYes subscription is currently at 50% off, so now's a good a time as any to try out the service. Want to find out more about OMGYes? Take a look at the website for yourself and unlock the door to a world of earth-shattering orgasms. 

 

Written by Brenda Adiyiah for Burn the Night