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Find out what the latest scientific research and the testimonies of thousands of people can teach us about female pleasure.


32 episodes

showing you 17 straightforward techniques, filmed directly and without filters, designed for you to practice on yourself or on your partner.

1. The vulva and its infinite variations

Can you list all the external and internal parts that make up your sexual anatomy? This is where we will begin.


2. On your belly

Many of us discover their very first sensation of sexual pleasure while lying flat on our bellies – we call it 'the rubbing technique'.

3. Straddling 1/2

To practice the so-called 'straddle' technique, all you need is a pillow! This technique involves rubbing your vulva against a soft surface. It's simple, effective and an easy place to start!

4. Straddling 2/2

This variation of the straddle technique involves rubbing your vulva against hard-edged surfaces. It can feel amazing and there are so many options to help you out - use your imagination!

5. The power of layering with fabric

Never underestimate the power of a soft piece of fabric layered over the vulva. This is a technique used by more than 20% of people – it comes highly recommended!


6. The ‘Envelope Technique'

We have called this the ‘envelope technique’, because it encloses the vulva using the skin of the labia majora. We love it for its simplicity and softness.


7. Exploring the clitoral hood

One in two people regularly masturbate by caressing their clitoral hood. This technique adapts to all phases of sexual arousal.


8. Crossed legs

Crossed legs, the jeans method... There are different names for this technique which can be practiced everywhere: at home, on the bus, on the subway, at the office... We can't get enough of it!

9. Delayed gratification and the labia minora

Making yourself yearn for arousal also means that you’ll need to enjoy tormenting yourself a little... But that’s exactly what we love about this technique.


10. Delayed gratification and the clitoris

Making your clitoris yearn to be touched is an art worth mastering. You will learn how to arouse your clitoris without giving in to it. Too often we underestimate the power of anticipation.


11. Caressing the Mons Venus

The Mons Venus is an easily accessible geographic area, although not often frequented by partners... Happy adventuring!


12. Circling

In the language of caresses, there are multiple ways to define a circle: oval shapes, round and round, figures of eight... But the most important thing is to know is where the most sensitive points are, and which of these circling movements to replicate.


13. Caressing the tip of the clitoris

The glans clitoris, or the tip, is one of the most sensitive areas of the body and it requires precision, dexterity and a certain level of delicacy from anyone venturing to touch it!


14. In the shower

1 out of 3 people we surveyed enjoy using the showerhead technique. It is a moment of relaxation, a moment to let go, something you can try on your own or with a partner!


15. Touch, glide, massage

Applying the right level of pressure can, within a few seconds, transform a simple caress into something far more erotic.


16. The rhythm of pleasure

We need to choose the right rhythm for the right time. There's a different tempo for every situation.


17. Edging yourself to orgasm

Holding back, peaking, edging... So many ways to define a must-do of slow sex. Mastering this technique will help with more regular and fulfilling orgasms. Therefore it's one that we'll never tire of!


18. Multiple orgasms

One, two, three, four, even five orgasms or more (!) in a row. Yes, it is possible, but it requires practice and technique - luckily for you we have some tried and tested advice. Two distinct categories emerged from the interviews we conducted.


19. Tantra and mindfulness

Mindful breathing is one of the tools we can use from neo-tantra to help achieve the most fulfilling sexual sensations. It allows us to become fully aware of ourselves by focusing on the present moment.


20. Prâna

In the Hindu tradition, Prâna is the breath of life. This mindful breathing exercise is best done alone and first thing in the morning, before you start your day.


21. The body scan

Did you know that in our daily lives, we can carry a lot of tension in our perineum and vagina. This exercise is designed to help you to relax and find a way to bring full health back to this area.


22. The self-embrace

In order to find out what pleases us sexually, and to help develop our self-esteem, we need to dedicate time to exploring our own bodies. That's what this exercise – the ‘self-embrace’ is all about!


23. 8 "common sense" tips (for partners)

You're a great lover, no doubt about it. But sometimes you need to take a moment to question yourself and listen to feedback from people with vulvas of all ages and experience – sex can be even better when you don’t take things for granted!

24. The secrets of breasts

It is sometimes possible to reach orgasm solely through nipple and breast stimulation. What if you could learn to take care of your partner's breasts and reach this kind of pleasure...


25. The pleasure of anal caresses

The anus and the area immediately around it has a large number of nerve endings, making it highly sensitive and receptive. It's high time to take good care of this misunderstood erogenous zone!


26. Other fun zones

500 women were asked to rate from 1 to 10, the level of arousal that they feel when 41 different areas of the body are stimulated. 41! Let’s learn how to approach these secondary erogenous zones.


27. Building sequences

Before reaching climax, people pass through various stages of arousal. We have selected three popular sequences of techniques that you can learn to build on.


28. Combinations and positions

A combination of varied pressures applied to different areas of the body can trigger more frequent, intense, and satisfying orgasms. Here are a few suggestions for you to try.


29. All about the 'G-spot'

Our anatomy includes another organ, larger and internal: the vagina. This is also said to be an erogenous zone, and two eternal questions come to mind: can one have a purely vaginal orgasm, and does the famous ‘G-Spot’ exist?


30. The weather report (in a duo)

The weather report is an exercise to help you consciously communicate with your partner, letting them know what is going on inside your head and heart, both while you're making love and in everyday life.


31. Circular breathing (in a duo)

In the tantric tradition, everyone has a 'transmitting pole' and a 'receiving pole'. The Circular Breathing session will help you to visualize this flow of energy.


32. The silent request (in a duo)

We are all responsible for our own pleasure and we must learn how to express our feelings to our partners. If communicating your sexual desires feels too difficult or awkward, then this exercise is designed to help.

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