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Say OM 

Wednesday, Jul 31 2013

Orgasmic meditation, or OM for short, is kind of like a pleasure cult that has quietly been sweeping the nation. The term is credited to San Francisco-based OneTaste, a 12-year-old company often referred to as the low sex analogy to the organic, artisan Slow Food culture, only with more direct genital stimulation. Slow Sex is also the name of founder Nicole Daedone book on the subject. And now her movement has reached concert-like levels with OneTaste Orgasmic Meditation Xperience 2013, held at the same venue where rock and rap stars perform for throbbing masses. The two-day extravaganza incorporates full days of orgasmic training sessions, panel discussions on philosophy, and group discussions on how this practice builds up strength and good energy in individuals as well as relationships.

Say OM on August 9-11 at Regency Center, 1290 Sutter (at Van Ness). Admission is free on August 9 with advance registration at Admission is $97 for one day or $395 for full VIP access all weekend. Visit for more information.
Fri., Aug. 9, 2013

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