Most women don’t think they deserve this. Do you?

January 07,2020

You deserve pleasure. 

You. Yes, you!

You deserve to experience pleasure on your own, and with a partner. You deserve to have a pleasurable relationship with your body. You deserve to have orgasms. You deserve to know what you want, ask for it confidently, and get it. You deserve it all!

I believe it, and this month, I’m going to help you believe it too.

This month, I’m going to help you prioritize your pleasure – and truly understand that you deserve pleasure.

Because let’s face it – this can be a really big struggle, can’t it?

Maybe you’re so embarrassed and uncomfortable about sex and pleasure that the idea of “deserving” it feels foreign to you.

Maybe you feel out of touch with your own needs and desires, so you don’t even know what the heck it is that you deserve.

Maybe, deep down inside, you’ve felt unworthy in so many aspects of your life, not just around intimacy.

But if you want to have consistent and reliable orgasms, you first need to believe that you’re worthy of that pleasure. (Orgasm starts in the brain, my friend!)

Right now, my team is in the middle of adding some incredible new testimonials from the last round of Finishing School Live (my online orgasm course for women) to our website. Over and over again, we’re seeing women say that the ONE belief that really helped them successfully orgasm was this:

“I learned that I truly do deserve pleasure.”

I want you to know this too!

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HI THERE!

I'm Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist and writer specializing in helping you have more fun in the bedroom.

I have bachelor’s degrees in human sexuality and sociology from Brown University, and a master’s degree in counseling psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. I’m also a licensed psychotherapist. I’ve been working in the sex therapy field since 2002 and have been featured by The New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, and many more.

If you’re interested in improving your sex life, you can work with me via my online courses or personal coaching sessions. I look forward to supporting you in creating the sex life you’ve always wanted!