Orgasm Inc.
The Strange Science of Female Pleasure

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Robert

Watching this makes me feel how simple minded I really am

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CHERYL

My inclination was that perhaps men for the most part, aren't putting in the effort to satisfy women enough.

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Heather

Funny and informative. It really surprised us that these drug companies let Canner film all of these insider events/interviews, because it was really easy to see that the interviewees were struggling to "tow the company line" with a straight face. Would've loved to hear more from Leonore ...Read more

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