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Climax educational series

The female orgasm has gotten a lot of buzz lately, and Laurène Dorléac, founder and C.E.O of CLIMAX may have some light to shed on the issue.

With ‘the orgasm gap’ getting a bit of press in the last few years, a wonderful series has been developed to help break down the taboos that surround female masturbation so that everyone can feel comfortable to converse openly about the topic.

The series was very popular in France, where it first aired, and has recently been translated so that English speakers can enjoy it also.

If you want to take a peek, they send you a free episode for a taster.

You can pop onto the website here, and check it out for yourself.

As Always, we remind our readers that we are not affiliated with the Climax Educational Series and that we receive no remuneration from promoting them. We just like the idea.

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Coming every day

A nice little article in Red Book had us giggling as Lisa Fogarty relates her experiences giving herself an orgasm every day.

You can read her article here.

This brought a smile to our faces here at AJAX Books, because, well,  haven’t teenage boys known this one for centuries?

Anyway, everyone at AJAX Books wholeheartedly recommends having an orgasm every day. We also suggest buying one of our books here if you need some stimulation.

But check out Lisa’s experience. For her, it was an extremely good idea.

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Pornhub coitus interruptus

Porn hub ran an unusual campaign on the 8 of August, which is widely known as Female orgasm day.

They ran the ad below to try to encourage straight men to pay a little more attention to their female partner’s orgasm.

We thought the campaign was cute, so we decided to post the clip below.

Check the Mashable article we read here.


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How female orgasm day got started

It’s worth taking the time to read this lovely article in the International Business Times written by Maria Vultaggio. It’s titled International Day of the Female Orgasm Brings Pleasure to Women: How it got started.

A section of the articles reads thus:

So here’s some history: The holiday originated in the northeastern town of Esperantina in 2007 when Councilman Arimateio Dantas wanted to repay the “sexual debt” he owed his wife, according to Azteca Noticias, so he decided to dedicate the day to the female orgasm. The holiday is celebrated in Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Argentina, Peru and Norway. The female orgasm has been plagued with stigma and taboo, so an international day to recognize the “maximum expression” should help women explore their sexuality in a way that is culturally acceptable.

We confess to being tickled pink by all this and a little embarrassed it took us so long to hear about it.

Read the full article here.

Read more about International female orgasm day on the twitter page here.

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Blended Orgasms

A blended orgasm happens when two different parts of the body are able to achieve orgasm at the same time. For women, this is achieved through a vaginal orgasm and a cliteroral orgasm at the same time.

At this stage, they appear to be exclusive to people with both a vagina and a clitoris, but who knows what sort of discoveries are around the corner?

We read a neat little article in Healthline magazine that outlined the below as the best way to achieve these results”:

To achieve a blended orgasm on your own, start vaginally by finding the G-spot:


Using your fingers or a sex toy, lift upward toward your belly button in a “come hither” motion.

Repeat the motion as the sensation builds, and — instead of an in-and-out movement — you’ll want to keep focusing your attention on this area.

With your other hand, start to work the clitoris. If you need to add lube, go for it!

Apply fast and hard pressure in a repetitive motion using your fingers or palm, moving back and forth or circular.

Vibrators are also a great way to stimulate your G-spot and clitoris, especially if reaching both seems like a lot of work.

We are not affiliated with Healthline nor with Emily Shiffer who wrote the article. We just thought this was neat.