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Orgasms and how to have them 21st March 2007
As Mae West once said: “An orgasm a day keeps the doctor away!” But 10% of women have never had an orgasm and 30% cannot orgasm with a partner. Anorgasmia or not being able to climax can be devastating for a woman’s self-esteem and cause problems within a relationship. How do you tell your partner when you aren’t satisfied with sex, is it possible to learn to have orgasms and what about the elusive holy grail of the multiple orgasm? Does it really exist?

Jenni is joined by sex therapist Jenny Hare author of a new book ‘Orgasms and how to have them’, to give us practical advice on how to become orgasmic and Jonathan Margolis, author of ‘O: The Intimate History of the Orgasm’.

'Orgasms and how to have them’ by Jenny Hare is published by Fusion Press, ISBN: 978 -1-905745-04-3.
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