In keeping with the sex theme on new threads... My Twitter feed popped up with an article on something called "Orgasmic Meditation" a few weeks back. Regrettably, I can't find that original article. It was well-researched and written from an observer's perspective. This term is also associated with a company called One Taste, helmed by a woman named Nicole Daedone. It is also known as, "The fifteen minute female orgasm." Link: <a class="postlink" href="http://www.nerve.com/love-sex/i-did-it-for-science/i-tried-orgasmic-meditation-0" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.nerve.com/love-sex/i-did-it- ... ditation-0</a> Tim Ferriss actually explains it fairly well in his book, The Four Hour Body. In a nutshell: - The purpose of the process is not sex. Nor is it actually achieving orgasm. The purpose of the process is to uncouple orgasm from sex. As Ferriss puts it, all the components of sex (kissing, caressing, positions, etc) are great; however, they can sometimes distract females from the effort many require to orgasm. This is a practice, not an event. Kind of like athletes train, it's a way for partners to get in touch with the woman's body and through that potentially orgasming. - The process is timed (15 minutes) so that it can have a beginning, middle and end. Kind of like a yoga class. - It takes two. This isn't something a chick can do on her own. The point is to surrender to the moment. Having said all this, One Taste and the idea of Orgasmic Meditation has the markings of a cult. At the very least, they're trying to do what Bikram does to yoga: take a centuries-old process and copyright it so that you can sell it to the masses. That's why I bring up Tim Ferriss...at the very least, all he's interested in is a woman's orgasmic potential, not the rigid steps of some brainwashing cult. Focus: Have you ever had any experience with this? Thoughts on being able to orgasm for 15-minutes? Alt Focus: Interesting orgasm stories or techniques, I guess. Heads up: I've already noted that One Taste are, at best, a leetle bit creepy. It's entirely possible to spend six or seven pages lambasting the kooks. While a certain amount of "Geez, are these guys nuts?" is expected, let's not make it the focus, mmkay?