WOMEN’S ORGASMS MATTER is a community campaign about exploring the orgasm gap and a better connection through sex.
What is the orgasm gap? You ask.
In 2009, the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior (NSSHB) did a survey. What they found through the survey is that 94% of men and ONLY 64% of women reported climaxing during their last sexual encounter.
The WOMEN’S ORGASMS MATTER campaign takes on the responsibility of addressing this gap.
We provide those spaces to hold meaningful conversations. . .to hold healing conversation and to provide the education necessary to have both an EMPOWERING and a PLEASURABLE sexual experience.
What is the psychology behind the orgasm gap?
What conditioned beliefs about sex, women, and relationships enable the orgasm gap?
How can we fill this gap?
Let’s be honest, we know why the orgasm gap exists.
We live in a society orchestrated by men for men where laws and social bias are erected, all pun intended, in favor of men to control women’s bodies.
As without, so within and in this case I do mean within the bedroom
This portrayal in society creates a sense of entitlement to women’s bodies positioning sex as being for the power and enjoyment of the man in the relationship.
I’ve been advocating publicly for women’s orgasms for about two years now; every since I discovered its existence. Being that I am well-versed in heterosexual sex, I was shocked, but not surprised if you’re able to distinguish the two.
Within these past two years that I have been working with the public in regards to their thoughts and attitudes towards women’s orgasms, it seems that the idea of women’s orgasms matter much more than doing it what it takes to produce the actual orgasm.
It seems as though men are quite alright with claiming to see their lady through to orgasm as long as no one can actually verify the truth of what’s going on behind closed doors.
I mean, the number of men who say they see her through to orgasm just isn’t quite adding up to the number of women who just aren’t having them.
The WOM Campaign was created to raise awareness around the orgasm gap in order to empower women in their sexual pleasure while advocating for sexual freedom and sex-positive sex education.
I’m sure that sounds like a lot, however we can achieve this.
Our goal is to promote sexual empowerment by giving individuals what they need to make informed decisions that contribute to better sexual health and the confidence of being sexually aware of their own as well as their partner’s sexual pleasure. Specifically, if your partner has a vulva.
Our goal is to create a society in which everyone climaxes every time. #Yassssss