Sex As Nature Intended It

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Title Sex As Nature Intended It
SubtitleThe Most Important Thing You Need to Know About Making Love, But No One Could Tell You Until Now
AuthorKristen O'Hara and Jeffrey O'Hara
Pages 414
First EditionJanuary 2001
PublisherTurning Point Publications (MA)

Sex As Nature Intended It - The Most Important Thing You Need to Know About Making Love, But No One Could Tell You Until Now

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Something is missing in millions of bedrooms across America. This landmark book, destined to change the sex life of America's men and women forever, will disclose the cause and solution to the "missing something" by revealing a sexual truth of nature. A truth of nature that promises to bring you and your partner a new level of sexual pleasure beyond your highest expectations and at the same time will reach into the very heart of your marriage or relationship and bring a deeper meaning to the word "love."

This landmark book is the first to detail the many sexual functions and benefits of the male foreskin for both the man and his female partner.

Discusses SEX, LOVE, and RELATIONSHIP HAPPINESS from a new and surprising perspective:

How does surgical alteration of the penis in infancy (circumcision) affect the sexuality of a man when he becomes an adult?

How does the circumcised penis affect the sexual pleasure of the woman on the receiving end? And

How does sexual pleasure during intercourse—or a deficiency—affect the love bond of the relationship?

Presents unequivocal evidence that the foreskin plays a multifaceted role during intercourse that not only promotes increased sexual pleasure, but this enhanced pleasure also serves to enrich and continually re-cement the love bond, borne from sexual union.

Circumcision's removal of the foreskin (ultra-erogenous tissue and the penis's only moving part) not only diminishes the man's sexual pleasure, but also the woman's.

A national survey of women, conducted by the author, reveals that circumcision abnormalizes the way the penis thrusts and feels to a woman, significantly diminishing her sexual enjoyment and her ability to achieve orgasm from intercourse.

The book's explanations of the profound negative effects circumcision has on the intercourse experience of both partners will surely leave America stunned. But luckily, there is a bright side to this shocking news: It is now possible to restore the foreskin through various non-surgical techniques. The book addresses this topic and enwraps the emerging movement for foreskin restoration with hope, promise, and dignity.


The circumcision advocate website Circumcision Choice debunked the flaws and bias of O'Hara's study which is the basis of this book. While most of the counter-arguments by Circumcision Choice seem to be valid, the refutation itself also uses wordings which expose the biased view pro circumcision of the ostensibly anonymous author of the refutation which seems to be Andrew Gross.[1]

External links


  1. REFweb Gross, Andrew (April 2018). Sex as the researcher intended it, Circumcision Choice. Retrieved 8 June 2021.