Dr. Sybil Lockhart is no “Masters and Johnson” – she’s so much more! With OMGyes.com, Dr. Lockhart is taking men and women to the next level of pleasure with a website dedicated to the education of women’s sexual pleasure with unique videos, vocabulary, and even interactive tools to practice techniques.
Sybil says that when we open up to giving ourselves pleasure (even if struggling with body image), we are more open up to all the other good things in the world. She says “any starting point is a good starting point, even if you never had an orgasm.”
I had the pleasure of testing out the website and I have to say, it’s very cool, very comforting, and very fun. Plus, Emma Watson has a subscription so it must be good. JK. I hope you like this episode and all the other sex-themed Body Kindness podcasts this month.
Listen here to Episode 34 here:
An obvious heads up that this episode contains some adult themes and language.
Get to know Sybil
Sybil Lockhart studied psychology at UC Berkeley and neuroscience at Brandeis university. She has taught high school English and French, done post-doctoral research on nervous system development, authored a memoir packed with brain science, served as science writer for a biotech firm, and developed science curriculum at the Lawrence Hall of Science. She has the unique privilege of researching women’s sexual pleasure and recruiting participants for the first ever research-based website on women’s sexual pleasure, OMGyes.com.
Emma Watson talking about OMGYes
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