“I’ve gotten better at sex with practice, study, and more practice. I’ve experienced amazing success and embarrassing failure. Walk with me. Let me show you what I’ve learned.”
– Halfbreed, Red Pill Orgasm
The first time I ever hooked up with a girl, I had no clue what to do. While it wasn’t horribly embarrassing, it did prompt me to go out and read about sex. Unfortunately most of the advice was pretty awful. If you go read through stuff like Men’s Health, most of the suggestions come down to “don’t jizz in your pants.” While that might sound crass, it’s basically their advice every single month.
Actual books about sex usually aren’t much better. They offer terrible advice and usually throw out gems like “be a good listener,” or “set the mood with some scented candles.” In a world where 50 Shades of Grey is a bestseller, the idea that pumpkin scented candles and a heartfelt conversation about office work have any erotic value is simply absurd.
Red Pill Orgasm is by far the best sex book that I’ve ever read. It’s both thorough and practical.
If you’ve read more than two of my blog posts, or follow me on Twitter, you’re probably aware of the fact that I’m a pretty sexual person. While I’m not obscene about it, I don’t think sex is a taboo subject matter or anything to be ashamed of. I’ve also, subtle brag incoming, swooped my fair share of girls and have had some incredibly diverse sexual experiences. Despite this, I still learned quite a bit from Red Pill Orgasm.
What I liked
The two things that I liked most about this book was how in depth it was and how it managed to simultaneously focus on the female orgasm and male dominance.
This is the type of sex guide that covers everything. If you were a dude who was raised by wolves and has never seen a girl before, you’d have developed a better understanding of sex from reading this book than most men will ever have. Unlike most guides Red Pill Orgasm is very utilitarian. There are no flowery euphemisms and the prose aren’t written in that try hard “bro, dude” style that a lot of men’s books go for. Essentially this is full on 22 chapter textbook about sex.
In addition to the physical elements, Red Pill Orgasm also includes a lot of subtler techniques. As the author notes:
“Passion is what separates mediocre lovers from great ones. Women crave passion. They want to be swept off their feet, taken charge of, and f*cked like animals. Passion is subjective, but in terms of sex, it means being highly focused on the present moment, combined with forceful, aggressive sexual action.”
This section, and the following chapter about rough sex, contained a lot of great information on things like talking dirty, choking, slapping, and eye contact.
If you’re looking for a quality guide to improving your sexual abilities, Red Pill Orgasm is a fantastic read. Unlike most sex books this one actually has useful and practical advice. The book costs a mere $20, which is less than anything you’d find a book store, and is easily worth the money.