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About the Movie
In a post sexual revolution world, where you can purchase a vibrator just as easily as a pair of shoes, roughly one-third of all women have never experienced an orgasm. Armed with shocking sexual data, a bunch of insecurities and a determination to unlock the key to feminine sexual energy, filmmakers Catherine Oxenberg and Gabrielle Anwar seek out sexual experts, tantric masters, researchers and everyday women to unearth the full female potential.
I'm a grown adult female and had all of this figured out a very long time ago. I can't believe in 2017, these women haven't. While I suppose it's OK for them to spend 1.5 hours making a film about sexuality, it wasn't pleasing watching two middle-aged women trying to look 20 years younger. That in itself might be a root cause of personal issues. Time to grow up.
Fortysomething man writing here:
I found it very refreshing and often very enjoyable to watch in the sense that I could listen to properly-adult women (in the 40s, with kids, with life behind them) having sincere conversations about the breadth and complexity of female sexuality. It was also refreshing for women to talk about themes such as objectification, self-confidence, the embracing of female sexuality (and more) in a way that was deliberate, self-affirming, and separate from the politics of power which — an important discussion though it is — can also stifle the more nuanced discussions of the human condition. Sure, some people will have had this "all figured out," but more to the point is the vast range of experience and how the sincere investigation of something personal can open doors for other people to do the same. So … well done, I say!