It might be ok to fumble through our early sexual encounters and experiences but it’s not ok for today’s modern woman in her forties to be ‘faking it’ or be complaining about a rubbish sex life. We are the drivers of our lives, careers, families and communities. Why then after one too many drinks with our girlfriends are we still whining about a boring, unsatisfactory or downright non-existent sex life? Why are we still looking to complex manuals, DVD’s or plain misleading websites for answers that haven’t helped in past and are unlikely to help now? The answer is much easier and we’ll get to that shortly. Venus Cummings has been ripping through multiple orgasms for a number of years and accepted it as a God-given right of any woman. Young Venus had her challenges in the past but put that down to inexperience. That was until women all around her – girlfriends, sisters, work colleagues spilled the beans (usually after one too many wines or martinis) about their miserable, non-existent sex lives. And many of these women were in their late thirties or early forties. She kept quiet during the whinge fests as she had nothing to add. But it got her thinking about how she turned her own sex life from dull and dry to well over a decade of toe curling multiple orgasms. In ‘Pleasure Points’ Venus goes back though her life to be surprised and delighted to discover the answer lies within herself. She is the source of her fabulous sex life and so is everyone else. In Pleasure Points she shows you where and how to look.
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