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Trailer Watch: “Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste” Exposes Sexual Abuse and Manipulation

“We have an orgasmic disorder in this country. I think there’s a cure and that cure is female orgasm,” said Nicole Dedone in a new trailer for “Orgasm Inc.: The Story of Onetest.” Sarah Gibson and Sloane Clavin’s Netflix doc took the wraps off OneTest, a once-thriving startup in the health, wellness and sexuality fields that charmed members with promises of sex education and “exploring orgasm.” [and] pursuit of pleasure. ,

Founded by Dedon, the company first made headlines for teaching orgasmic medicine, or OM, a practice that involved using a glove and lubricated fingers to stroke a woman’s clitoris for 15 minutes, which results in intercourse. Transformed. But OneTaste went “from a utopia to hell,” we’re told. Women became more interested in bringing money to the business than in giving pleasure – and their bottom line came at the expense and safety of their members. “People were getting hurt. People were getting hurt badly,” insists an interviewer. Another says, “The former member would describe something that you might look at and think about, like, ‘Oh, you were being asked to have sex with a client in the hope that it would give money to the company. .'”

“Orgasm Inc.: The Story of OneTest” launches November 5. The Document is the directorial debut of Gibson and Calvin.