Virtual Porn Could Give Her Better Orgasms—and Help You Last Longer in Bed

Virtual reality: It’s changing the way we date, and masturbate, and now it’s working to change our orgasms for the better. How? A recent Forbes story explains that the work of sex therapist Holly Richmond, Ph.D, is leading to a new frontier in sexual education, as she uses virtual reality porn to help women (and men) explore their innermost desires in as real and visceral a manner as possible.

Indeed, Richmond’s program, known as Virtual Sexology, has been used with men as well, in an effort to help them last longer in bed and have better control over their orgasm. Now, her series is expanding its mission by placing women in the center of particularly sexy, virtual videos.

(You can learn the secrets to her sexual satisfaction, too. The Men’s Health guide to pleasuring a woman will teach you everything you need to know about helping her achieve climax faster and more often.)

“Women have desires that need to be explored and these videos are a way for them to experiment and enjoy themselves—it’s a more intimate experience,” said Richmond. Virtual Sexology has been well-received by men and women alike; the men’s edition, which was produced by the porn company BaDoink, is the company’s most successful VR video to date, according to Forbes.

“We recognized that women tend to have different a mindset compared to men when it comes to adult VR,” says adult film director Dinorah Hernandez. “With Virtual Sexology II, we strive to appeal to a large demographic of women that have been widely ignored by the adult industry.”

And those taking part in the videos already feel better about their work.

“Normally, I run to shower after a shoot,” said adult actress Katie Morgan. “But I don’t feel dirty now, I feel satisfied.”

By Gus Turner

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