The “P” word doesn’t come up too often around our office. Not because O’actually doesn’t have some porny elements, but because the stigma of the word distracts from our key principle: pleasure. O’a is here to prioritize your sexual pleasure for pleasure’s sake, and the whole porn thing well…meddles with that.
So, in the name of pleasure, we champion genuine orgasms by providing a curated selection of sexual, stimulating (and often sexually explicit) content.
A key tenant of that curation process is that our content emphasizes women’s sexual pleasure. Our primary focus is about providing great content that you love, and in a way that makes you feel good. Sometimes that includes a sexually explicit film that some may categorize as porn. Others might feel that the same piece of work is art. And others still might deem the work erotica.
You could say we’re all over the stimulating spectrum.
More important than a naming convention for our content is that we release the taboo that often pins down seeking out pleasure. The fact of the matter is that mass numbers of men and women are regular enjoyers of adult content no matter what it is referred to as. Yet for women in particular, there often remains a societally constructed shame around enjoying adult material, receiving pleasure, and pleasing our own bodies.
It’s time for open, honest adult content that celebrates genuine orgasms in all forms. And since the word “porn” is loaded with negativity, feels controversial (and even alienating), we don’t want foster it. There shouldn’t be anything controversial about pleasure! So, we leave the terminology around adult content up to what feels best for you.
Ah yes. As for the “for women” part of the question. Honestly, we hope that women’s sexual pleasure isn’t only of interest to women. In talking with hundreds of men recently, our most common request from them is, “We can be a part of this too, right? Right?!” Our answer is always a big, enthusiastic, and grateful, “YES! YES! Of course! YES!”
Each individual woman determines her own practices to access her pleasure – and whether in fantasy or physicality, men are often a wonderfully important and valued part of the pleasure experience.
So what do you think? Let us know in the comments below. As always, we’re interested and thankful for your participation in this discussion.