How It Works

On OMGYes, you’ll explore techniques from the first-ever large scale research about the specifics of women’s pleasure. Combining the wisdom of over 2,000 women, ages 18-95.

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12 Episodes

There are more ways to please than anyone had thought.

How It Works

On OMGYes, you’ll explore techniques from the first-ever large scale research about the specifics of women’s pleasure. Combining the wisdom of over 2,000 women, ages 18-95.

Read more about the research

The research shows there are more ways to please than anyone had thought - and each one has delicious variations.

Edging
Bigger orgasm by approaching & denying
withholding orgasm
6.5 out of 10 women
Hinting
Passing by and only occasionally indulging
sometimes indulging
7 out of 10 women
Consistency
Keeping everything exactly the same
sweet repetition
6.5 out of 10 women
Surprise
Defying expectation to enhance pleasure
unexpected pleasure
7 out of 10 women
Rhythm
A well-timed, almost musical loop of motion
patterned pleasure
8 out of 10 women
Multiples
Overcoming sensitivity to build multiple orgasms
seconds and thirds
5 out of 10 women
Accenting
Extra attention to part of a motion
pulse of pleasure
4 out of 10 women
Framing
How pleasure is mostly between the ears
ways of focusing
9 out of 10 women
Staging
Ways sensitivity changes over time
evolving over time
7 out of 10 women
Layering
Indirect pleasure through surrounding skin
indirect touch
6.5 out of 10 women
Orbiting
The million ways of circling the clit
circular patterns
8 out of 10 women
Signaling
Styles of giving and reading feedback
styles of feedback
9 out of 10 women

Debby Herbenick, PhD, discusses the 2015 OMGYes Study on Women’s Sexual Pleasure

Brand New Research

We conducted in-depth interviews with over 1,000 women. Then we conducted the first-ever large-scale study about women’s pleasure with 1,000 more women - in partnership with researchers at Indiana University’s School of Public Health and The Kinsey Institute.

What we found was that there are shared insights and techniques that enhance pleasure for the vast majority of women. We made OMGYes to get these insights to the world in a way that’s personal and practical.

Read even more about the research

Debby Herbenick, PhD, discusses the 2015 OMGYes Study on Women’s Sexual Pleasure

Read even more about the research

OMGYes is a website, not an app.

You’ll explore the above ways of enhancing pleasure through videos and something new called touchable video.

See the How and Why

Watch videos where women explain and demonstrate how the technique works for them, how they discovered it and why it feels so good. No scripts, no actors.

Then, Try For Yourself

With the world’s first touchable videos, as you touch, you get feedback in real-time so you can fine-tune. Get it wrong. Then get it right.

You kind of have to see it to believe it.

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The More We Know The Better It Gets

Pleasure is the gift that keeps on giving. New tools for your toolbox for women, men and couples.

What’s Included

  • Season One of OMGYes has twelve episodes packed with insights you can try tonight.
  • Explore newly uncovered details breaking down the specific ways women find and enhance pleasure.
  • 50 short videos, 11 touchable videos.
  • Early-bird pricing!
  • As a Glow Premium user you are receiving an additional 25% off Season One

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Private + Secure

256-bit encryption. We pride ourselves on not even storing any personal information of our users.

One-Time Purchase

Pay once and access your episodes as much as you like. Like having a book on your shelf.

Supporting a Cause

Revenue goes back into more research into women's pleasure and ways it can be even better.

No Downloads

It’s a website, not an app. So everything works right in the browser of your phone, tablet or PC/Mac.

“The next wave of an  unfinished sexual  revolution.”

“Most of the other content around this  subject is either over-generalized or downright  inaccurate.”

“A great place to  explore the ways in which different women experience sexual  pleasure.”

“It feels genuinely engaging. There’s no  judgement or shame, just straight up  information.”

“Uses scientific  research to unlock the full potential of the  female orgasm”

“It seems a bit odd at first. But you soon  realise that this only feels strange because we are so unused to seeing women talking frankly and naturally about their desires and  bodies.”

“Digital, intelligent,   and based on wisdom”

“Fascinating... $4.6 million in research  funding to teach couples a whole new  arsenal of female-pleasure techniques.”

“Improving female  pleasure via scientific  research.”

“The next wave of an  unfinished sexual  revolution.”

“A great place to  explore the ways in which different women experience sexual  pleasure.”

“Most of the other content around this  subject is either over-generalized or downright  inaccurate.”

“Improving female  pleasure via scientific  research.”

“Digital, intelligent,   and based on wisdom”

“It feels genuinely engaging. There’s no  judgement or shame, just straight up  information.”

“Uses scientific  research to unlock the full potential of the  female orgasm”

“Warm, wise, tasteful  and fun... Overall  rating: Yes, Yes!”

“It seems a bit odd at first. But you soon  realise that this only feels strange because we are so unused to seeing women talking frankly and naturally about their desires and  bodies.”

“I wish it had been  around longer.  Definitely check it out.”

- Emma Watson

“Like a position book   from the future.”

“Fascinating... $4.6 million in research  funding to teach couples a whole new  arsenal of female-pleasure techniques.”

“The next wave of an  unfinished sexual  revolution.”

“A great place to  explore the ways in which different women experience sexual  pleasure.”

“Most of the other content around this  subject is either over-generalized or downright  inaccurate.”

“It feels genuinely engaging. There’s no  judgement or shame, just straight up  information.”

“Digital, intelligent,   and based on wisdom”

“Improving female  pleasure via scientific  research.”

“Warm, wise, tasteful  and fun... Overall  rating: Yes, Yes!”

“It seems a bit odd at first. But you soon  realise that this only feels strange because we are so unused to seeing women talking frankly and naturally about their desires and  bodies.”

“Fascinating... $4.6 million in research  funding to teach couples a whole new  arsenal of female-pleasure techniques.”

“Uses scientific  research to unlock the full potential of the  female orgasm”

“I wish it had been  around longer.  Definitely check it out.”

- Emma Watson

“A radical concept, even by 2016’s  standards... If you haven’t tried OMGyes, do. Though if you’re reading this at work, don’t  do it now.”

“It’s tastefully shot, it uses women of  different ages and races, and while it does feature explicit nudity, it’s somehow not  shocking.”

“OMGyes is, indeed,  great... nobody else is working on the science  of pleasure.”

“Like a position book   from the future.”

“The next wave of an  unfinished sexual  revolution.”

“A great place to  explore the ways in which different women experience sexual  pleasure.”

“Most of the other content around this  subject is either over-generalized or downright  inaccurate.”

“It feels genuinely engaging. There’s no  judgement or shame, just straight up  information.”

“Digital, intelligent,   and based on wisdom”

“Improving female  pleasure via scientific  research.”

“Warm, wise, tasteful  and fun... Overall  rating: Yes, Yes!”

“It seems a bit odd at first. But you soon  realise that this only feels strange because we are so unused to seeing women talking frankly and naturally about their desires and  bodies.”

“Fascinating... $4.6 million in research  funding to teach couples a whole new  arsenal of female-pleasure techniques.”

“Uses scientific  research to unlock the full potential of the  female orgasm”

“I wish it had been  around longer.  Definitely check it out.”

- Emma Watson

“Like a position book   from the future.”

“OMGyes is, indeed,  great... nobody else is working on the science  of pleasure.”

“A radical concept, even by 2016’s  standards... If you haven’t tried OMGyes, do. Though if you’re reading this at work, don’t  do it now.”

“It’s tastefully shot, it uses women of  different ages and races, and while it does feature explicit nudity, it’s somehow not  shocking.”

OMGYes is a website, not an app, and works right in the browser of your iPhone, iPad, android or laptop/desktop. There’s no app or software to download.

While the text and videos are playable on all devices that can play web video, the touchable simulation pushes technology to its limit so works only on newer versions of browsers and newer devices. See the list below.

On Your Phone or Tablet

android

Android phone or tablet released 2012 or later running Android 4.2 & up

Chrome for Android 34+

iPhone

iPhone 5 & up

fire Tablets

Amazon Fire HDX 1st Generation & up

iPad

iPad 3 & up or iPad Mini 2 & up running iOS 6+

On Your Desktop or Laptop

Microsoft Windows

Chrome 34+ Firefox 25+

Linux

Chrome 34+ Firefox 25+

OS X

Safari 6+ Chrome 34+ Firefox 25+