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“As a midwifery teacher, I am only too aware of the reality that will flood my first year students’ sensations as they take their first faltering steps in clinical practice. The film Orgasmic Birth provides a wonderful antidote to that: a great grounding in the physiology of birth beautifully filmed and presented. And this is not mindless indoctrination: the approach is measured, and the parents’ and clinicians’ comments articulate and informative. Watching a roomful of students watching this film was a joy.”
Kirsten Baker, Senior Midwifery Lecturer at the University of West England
I woke up at 5:00am that morning thinking, "Here we go again, another false alarm." I had been having prodromal labor for a few weeks at this point and was getting frustrated and emotional by it. I just wanted things to be real already! I got up and went to the bathroom. Things felt a little differently from what I had been feeling over the past few weeks but I wasn’t going to put any merit to it yet. I went back to bed but couldn’t get comfortable so I decided to take a bath. The feeling didn't go away. In fact, it became more wonderfully intense.
I felt so sexual during my pregnancy. My husband worshiped my body and loved my new curves. It was such a turn on for both of us to know our love had made a new life inside of me.
As soon as we found out I was pregnant we began inducing lactation. It felt so good to have him at my breast. We also engaged in a lot of intercourse with internal ejaculation to soften my cervix.
Debra Pascali Bonaro is the director of Orgasmic Birth and co-author of the book Orgasmic Birth, Your Guide to a Safe, Satisfying and Pleasurable Birth Experience. Debra helps birth pros and new families all over the world learn about the details of gentle birth. Visit www.debrapascalibonaro.com to join in a webinar, attend a destination workshop and learn more about natural childbirth.