Episode 31: Secrets of a Sex Escort: What Men Really Want with Veronica Monet

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In this show, hear Dr. Patti talk to Veronica Monet, who has 14 years of “hands-on” experience as a courtesan. She is also Certified Sex Educator, specializing in sexuality, anger management, non-violent communication and relationship dynamics.  Find out how Veronica started life in a normal job and ended up in this unusual one, and the shocking discovery she made about her new job requirements! What do men really want?  What did she have to do to please men, and how did she go about learning? Can women of all “professions” and walk of life learn to please a man?  What happens once a session begins? What does Veronica do to drive a man into ecstasy? Listen as Dr. Patti and Veronica discuss their favorite fun ways to please men (and women) with simple action, that can easily be done even after a long day.  You'd be surprised at how little it takes to bring a smile (and an enthusiastic response) from a man, when the intention is there! Don't miss Veronica’s juicy description of how to please a man or a woman by noticing breathing and other nonverbal cues! You'll be totally inspired to go home and try this out immediately! Discover how role reversal can add spice, and the value of communication for adding to the passion. Veronica's many tips are sure to thrill, titillate, and just plain turn you on.

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Announcer: This program is intended for mature audiences only.

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Dr. Patti Taylor: In this amazing show, discover how you can find out what your man is secretly desiring from a woman. Find out some tips on how to give your man these gifts, and even, how to give your man exquisite orgasmic pleasure once he’s been seduced.

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Veronica Monet: I don’t understand! I'm not getting paid to have sex? Why do women get paid to have sex? What could they possibly do that would make a man to give them money? It's really about men who handed you money and wanted you to tell them what to do. And I was blown away because, of course, I really didn’t know what to tell them to do. The women were not usually coming to me to learn, they were coming to be pampered, and most of the men seem absolutely starved for information on how they could be better lovers.

I would just ask them, I said, “For instance, could you ever marry a woman like me? Would you ever marry a woman like me? Of course, they were so very embarrassed and choked on that because they liked me, they might even loved me that they knew that they wouldn’t marry a woman like me. The biggest thing that I got paid to do as an escort was to feel great about my body.

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Dr. Patti Taylor: Welcome to the “Expanded Lovemaking Show”. I'm your host, Dr. Patti Taylor of ExpandedLovemaking.com and I teach you how to give and receive way more pleasure than you ever dreamt possible. Today on the show, we are talking about “Sex secrets from an escort: What men really want?” How often have we women wished we could take on the sexiness and outright allure of a female courtesan? She seems to promise a man everything he could seemingly want, all the sexy desires and just his way with no strings attached. But you might be surprised to find out what men really want behind our preconceived notions, and better yet, learn how we, too, can give our men these very same experiences.

So, telling us more about this is our guest today, Veronica Monet. Welcome, Veronica.

Veronica Monet: Well, thank you. It’s so great to be on your show, Patti, thank you.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Yes, you're welcome. Well, Veronica Monet has 14 years of hands on experience as a courtesan. She's also a certified sex educator specializing in sexuality, anger management, nonviolent communication, and relationship dynamics. She's a frequent major media guest and also the author of “Veronica Monet’s Sex Secrets of Escorts: Tips from a Pro”. She stays in Nevada City, California. She teaches worldwide and has a nationwide clientele, both in person and over the phone.

So, I'm really happy to have you here with us today. I think men and women would love to get some inside secrets on how they could give and receive some professional loving from the person they care about. So today we will find out what we can do to take our men’s pleasure and our relationships to new levels by following Veronica’s advice.

So let's get started. Veronica, you didn’t start out life as a courtesan, did you?

Veronica Monet: Oh, no, not at all. The first time I ever heard about a man paying for sex, I was 17, I was in love for the first time in my life with the guy who took my virginity, notice these are all paradigm. He went [++] something like going to a place called The Mustang Ranch, which was a brothel in Nevada. I was simultaneously jealous, scandalized, and then jealous again, and I was curious. I was like, “I don’t understand. I'm not getting paid to have sex? Why do women get paid to have sex? What could they possibly do that would make a man give them money?”

So I was terribly intrigued, but of course, I was raised as this good little Christian girl with a long way from experimenting with that. But that’s what the seed got planted, and then I think I also saw Margaux St. James who was the mother of Sex Workers Rights Movement. She got it [++] in 1976 here in the US and it kind of spread all over the world after that. But I found her on a talk show on [++] Phil Donahue or something which your listeners probably don’t even know or heard him, but if you're my age, you will know like he's the very first talk show ever, Phil Donahue.

Dr. Patti Taylor: So, you went on, you went to college.

Veronica Monet: Yes.

Dr. Patti Taylor: You realized that money was better being a courtesan.

Veronica Monet: No, no. I went to college and I went into corporate America…

Dr. Patti Taylor: Corporate America, right.

Veronica Monet: …for seven years and I tried to work my way up the corporate ladder. I got promoted to an Office Manager, and then I became a Marketing Representative for a radio station, ironically enough. But I was consistently disillusioned because no matter how many promotions I got, it seems like I just wasn't making enough money to really pay my bills.

Then I met a woman--I actually start dating a woman who was a prostitute, and she was married. She had three kids, she lived in this beautiful home, she drove a Mercedes, and she was rolling in the dough. She was healthy, she was happy, she was beautiful, she was not at all the stereotype about a working woman. So, this really perked up my interest again.

Dr. Patti Taylor: So that blows our stereotypes about [++]. Just going to the other side. What did you find out about men once you've gotten into the business? What did you find out about what men were like?

Veronica Monet: Well, I just assumed that I've been working in corporate America for seven years, and I was used to getting a job description and the boss told me how to fulfill my job, and then I followed orders and I did the job. So I assumed that now that these men were going to be paying me for sex, it will be something similar - they would tell me what to do and I would do it and everybody would be happy and I get paid.

It was so much not the case. It was really about men who handed you money and wanted you to tell them what to do. And I was blown away because, of course, I really didn’t know what to tell them to do. I didn’t take any classes on sexuality, I was a novice. I had been kind of promiscuous growing up, but that didn’t really constitute knowing anything about sex. So, I quickly realized that if I was going to be any good at this job, I was actually going to have to go back to school.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Well, that’s a shocker, they wanted you to tell them what to do. So, my goodness, when did you start telling them what to do?

Veronica Monet: Well, the first thing I did is I educated myself. I took classes from a woman named Cosi Fabian in Sacred Prostitution and I learned that the whole idea of escorting and being a courtesan has a long and rich history and a lot of traditions to go with it and it was so much to learn. Keep in mind, at this point, I've got a degree in Psychology and minor in Business Administration. I've been trained in all kinds of customer service, and so here I am as a prostitute needing to get an education.

I took classes in Tantra. I studied under Toala(?)--a lot of people out there might have heard of her--took something called “Fire Breath Orgasm” and this open up a whole new world for me, and really, just kind of [++] what is sex? Where does sex begin and end? I though that was pretty clear cut and sensible, but when I started studying Tantra, I realized, “Wow! [++] all these energy play.

So I started actually working with my clients’ energy centers. I would start off with a massage and work my way into things like balancing their chakras and teaching them how to breathe. That led into male multiple orgasm and ejaculatory control and how to sustain an erection and it just open up a whole new world. Pretty soon, I was teaching classes to my clients. I would actually get out a mirror and a lamp and I would show them, “Here is a woman’s vulva and here’s all the parts and here’s how they work. Here’s how you can find the G spot. This is what female ejaculation looks like.” And they were fascinated!

Dr. Patti Taylor: But I think what you're saying is very powerful because let's face it, you're absolutely physically stunning and obviously very, very pretty, but what you're saying is that you actually learned the skills and that a lot of the time, you've actually been educating your clients and sharing what you've learned with your clients.

Veronica Monet: [++] I’ll tell you, talk about what I learned about men. The first thing I learned about men--and keep in mind, I'm bisexual so I was getting a few female clients as well. I always wanted to have more female clients than I got but it was just really hard to convince women to spend money on anything sexual at least at that particular time because I started in 1989 and I retired in 2004.

During that time, I just found it difficult to get very many female clients. But, the few that I got, I really contrast it drastically with my male clients base because the women were not usually coming to me to learn, they were coming to be pampered. Most of the men seem absolutely starved for information on how they could be better lovers. That really upgraded my opinion about men right there. I was just like, “Wow! Men care so much about pleasing women that they will pay thousands of dollars to learn how to do it right.”

Dr. Patti Taylor: That’s amazing. So, do you think that they asked you questions that they were embarrassed to ask their partners, that there's something going on there, do you think?

Veronica Monet: Well, there was some of that, but the sad truth was that a lot of these men were either married or partnered with women who they might have broached topics with, in essence, “Show me what you want. Show me what makes you fee good.” Women just weren’t empowered enough to up to the plate and actually say, “This is what I want. This is what feels good.”

Dr. Patti Taylor: And that maybe why today a lot of your work is around communication and teaching that as well as the sexual skills as well as, you know, you do teach the communication as such.

Veronica Monet: Well, I think it's a little bit different when we're talking about women and I can totally empathize with that because I'm a woman, too, and I grew up in this Western world which is just dominated by some pretty heavy sexual shame which is directed towards women.

One of the things I would try to educate my clients to is, “You married a woman that you considered a good girl. Somebody you wanted to take home to meet Mom.” That described a vast majority of my married clients had in fact married a girl that they felt would be acceptable to their families. I would just ask them, I said, “For instance, could you ever marry a woman like me? Would you ever marry a woman like me?” And of course, they were so embarrassed and choked on that because they liked me, they might even loved me but they knew that they wouldn’t marry a woman like me.

So, that goes to this division we've got between the good girls and the bad girls and it puts a lot of pressure on the good girls to supplement their sexuality. Then all of a sudden, they get married and they're supposed to be able to turn their sexuality on like it was a light switch, and that doesn’t work for a lot of women. They spend so much of their identity pushing that down and pushing it away and trying to be kind of asexual that it's not that you miraculously get married, and all of a sudden, you become a--as they say--like a whore in the bedroom. That’s a hard thing to ask from a lot of people. So, unfortunately, these guys would be married to these women who they like to call the mother of their children. But she wasn't somebody that they feel like they could connect with sexually.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Well, I think that’s exactly why we were talking to you because you've seen it from the side of being a courtesan. You're also a woman and you were brought up with that conditioning. I think that that’s why we're having you on the show is that you can teach those skills to women. They are learnable skills and I think that’s why it's so priceless and so amazing to have you on the show.

Anyway, we're going to take a short break to support our sponsors. So, this is Dr. Patti Taylor, and I'm with Veronica Monet, and we will be right back. You can learn more about Veronica at her website, VeronicaMonet.com, and also at www.SexWithoutShame.com. Her book is “Sex Secrets of Escorts: Tips from a Pro”. So, please stay with us.

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Dr. Patti Taylor: We're back and we're talking about what men love about going to an escort. I want to ask you about some of the secrets that you could actually teach women to give to men since that would seems to right to balance of, wouldn’t it?

Veronica Monet: Well, I can tell you, the biggest--perhaps it's going to be a little surprising because it's not about what you do to men, it's about how you feel about yourself. The biggest thing that I got paid to do as an escort was feel great about my body.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Wow! Another stunner because I wouldn’t expected that. You want to go on with that?

Veronica Monet: Absolutely. When I started doing outcalls, that means you'd go to a client’s hotel or his home, the vast majority of my clients was actually single and it was a late night job. They’d be like out trying to meet or pick up a girl or something in the neighborhood, strike out and then they call me as a last resort. But when I started working incall, which means that they come to your location and I had a little office in a penthouse suite and it was really a lot of fun.

That’s when I started having predominantly male clients who are married. So these married men, almost without exception, were deeply in love with their wives and went on and on about how beautiful and sexy they were and how much they love to have sex with them, but they had this very consistent complaint which was, “She won't let me go down on her. She won't let us have sex with the lights on. She doesn’t seem like to want to have sex like she used to.”

Now, there's a lot of contributing factors to something like that. Of course, this is just the men’s side of things. It could have been that he wasn't particularly great in bed, and maybe that’s why she wouldn’t want to have sex with him. But it could also been, you know, she’s working on child number two and she's exhausted. Some women, after having children, don’t feel particularly sexy, things happened to their bodies that make them so less than sexy. But overall, it just seems like overall, the consistent complaint was, “It's not that my wife isn’t beautiful, but that she doesn’t think she is. She's got hang ups about her body and we can't enjoy sex.”

So, what I realized was “Yes, I took good care of my body and I was gifted with some good genetics, but it's not like that I was exceptionally gorgeous. I got paid tremendous amounts of money, far more money than some girls who are far more beautiful than I. The bottomline seems to be two things: one, I had a tremendous confidence and I loved my body, still do, and I knew it inside and out. I was not reticent at all to tell these men how to make me sexually happy.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Well, I did think that’s a great tip and I don’t think women realize how visual men are, and if women would just sort of give it the benefit of the doubt and just celebrate their bodies and trust their men when their men want to work with them and go, “OK, I’ll believe him when he tells me” rather than give in to their own doubts. That might be a really different way to play the evening.

Going on to a few more tips from a pro here, how would a professional possibly like yourself, what other things might you do, little secrets that you've learned, maybe touched men or what some other secrets?

Veronica Monet: Well, yes, but first, before I talk about the ways that you touch a man, I just want to encourage your female listeners to get out a mirror, turn the lights on real bright, check out your own genitals. If you haven’t done that before, you owe it to yourself to do it. After you get over the initial embarrassment, you're going to see that you are carrying an absolute work of art between your legs. One of the things that a less absolute crowd pleaser and--I'm sorry but that’s just a trade because I had like almost 2,000 clients in the course of almost 14 years--was standing over the man, exposing the wondrous vulva, flaunting it and putting it in his face and letting him see it in all its glory and, basically, being very boastful.

There's a story about the goddess Senana(?), she spread her robes and she looked at her wondrous vulva and she applauded herself, and that’s very much the attitude with which I approached escorting and being a courtesan. I applauded my genitals; I loved my body. I put on a lingerie, the vast majority of men love lingerie. So, that’s also a real constant. A few guys out there who can't wait to get the lingerie off and they're like, I would have some people who would actually say, “Please, don’t come in a lingerie. Just come nude.” But most of them, 99% of the men that I ever dealt with, wanted garters, stockings, thigh highs, panties, pushup bras, thongs, those sort of things.

As I was saying, men are visual creatures, it's just a wonderful opportunity to play dress up just like you did when you were a little girl, only you get to be a lot raunchier about it, and the raunchier the better. I think this is a hard place to go to because we're taught to be self-effacing and not proud. But, in the bedroom it’s a great place for a woman to be proud. Be proud of what you've got, flaunt it. the more you flaunt it, the more gorgeous you're going to look and the more alluring you're going to be.

Dr. Patti Taylor: I was just thinking about that, and I was wondering out loud to myself, if a woman thinking, “Gee, I am a busy Mom and at the end of the day, I'm dead tired.” But, I'm just thinking maybe if she slipd in to a naughty lingerie, it might actually just change your mood completely. It may make her feel really good about herself, in addition to the man feeling very turned on.

Veronica Monet: I’ll tell you something. It worked for me. I was married almost the entire time I was working as an escort. My husband, a little older than me, absolutely loves stockings and garters. So, I would just go slipped on some stockings and garters and some lipstick, and then mess up my hair. That was it. I didn’t bother with any other make up except for the lipstick. I didn’t try to set my hair or comb it out. I just messed it up, make it looked like I've been in the bedroom with my hair, and put on some garters and stockings. It took all of two minutes, and I would just suddenly so invigorated, sexy and gorgeous and he loved it. So I think you're on to something there, Patti.

Dr. Patti Taylor: I have to say, I've done that myself. Sometimes, when we've had either a fight or a down day or a blood day or nothing’s going on, as they say, I’ll go in and I’ll get dressed up in one of my little outfits and the things I know that are going to turn him on. Just with nothing particular in mind, and within minutes, he’ll be just out of his mind and just all over me, just [++] and pushing and panting and it works.

Veronica Monet: I can say something. I'm bisexual and my girlfriend, we got on for years. She was a centerfold for a men’s magazine and she was also a beauty pageant winner in California. So, she came back from a trip to Mexico one time with this little tight pink dress that just barely covered her butt. I had already been there, had done that a hundred times, but when I saw that little pink thing on her, it was like brand new all over again.

Dr. Patti Taylor: So, never underestimate how easy it is to turn someone on, OK?

Veronica Monet: Yes. Well, I guess, it depends on how just [++] and driven they are. I tend to run a little more testosterone than some women, and I'm very visually oriented for both men and women. I love to look at men and I love to look at women.

This is tip number two, by the way. The first one is really adore and love and flaunt yourself and your own body. But tip number two is to learn something about male culture because as you've been thinking that we're both from different planets, men from Mars and women from Venus, you won't even try to understand the other person’s culture. I like to think of it as we're just from different countries. Basically, many women grow up in different worlds because our peer groups are very different and we are definitely raised differently. From the crib, they’ve documented this, we raise boys and girls differently.

So if you just think of it as a foreign country and take an interest in learning about the food and their music and their customs and their language, then you won't convince yourself that you can't learn it. So, that’s the way I treated my clients, and I learned about their sense of humor, and I came away with an understanding that yes, men have a different culture than women. But it's not something that I can't learn, I did learned it. I was able to joke with them, and meet them where they live, and that was also really comforting for them. They felt understood instead of under attack, and then, they could be a little more comfortable about just relaxing and being who they are.

Now, I also encourage men to learn about female culture so we can cross-fertilize each other’s realities and learn from each other and become bigger and better and more whole people in the process. But, since you're asking me about what it is that men want, a lot of times, they’ll want to be able to tell jokes without getting a wagging finger. They might like to talk dirty without feeling like, “Oh-oh, I've offended her.” She’s never [++] around a woman, you should never talk dirty jokes around a woman. That kind of separation sometimes takes the fun out of sex. So I was able to laugh at men’s jokes and embraced their wry boldness(?), if you will, instead of creating more sexual shame for them, and that open things up as well.

Dr. Patti Taylor: So everybody wants their day in the sun, including men, just every now and then. So, talking about the talking, would you ask a man questions about what he wanted like “How’s this for you? How’s that?” I'm guessing if there's someone new, there was probably a lot of dialogs.

Veronica Monet: No.

Dr. Patti Taylor: No?

Veronica Monet: No, I absolutely, positively do not teach that in my workshops, either.

Dr. Patti Taylor: OK.

Veronica Monet: I teach workshops for couples and I actually teach couples workshops where they get naked and have sex with each other and I'm like your coach. I'm right down there with you. I have my clothes on but I'm right down there, talking in your ears and teaching you how to look for the subtle signs of arousal. I'm all about paying attention to people’s facial expressions and their breathing.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Want to tell us about that?

Veronica Monet: Yes. And again, this is something that comes with practice. It's going to be difficult to teach it over the phone here or on the radio, but I can give you a really good example. Recently I was working with a couple who had just become acquainted with each and starts sleeping together, and they didn’t know each other that well. They were heavily invested in saying nice things to each other and pleasing each other with a lot of smiles and a lot of eye contact which was making it difficult for them to communicate their desires and needs.

So, I checked them out of the verbal stuff and I was coaching him on how to give her beautiful, wonderful kind of [++]. He had a technique, he was so focused on techniques, I'm going to do my technique, but he wasn't looking for the feedback. So I slowed him down and I would say, “Did you notice that he was holding her breasts? OK, and did you see that she took a breath there? OK, when she took that breath, she also licked her lips. This tells you there is some sexual arousal going on there.” And I go, “Now, can you see that she stopped breathing and her face has started to relax? She's gone back to shallow breath, they aren’t deep breath. Now, she's actually stopped completely breathing, but you get the point. It’s like the breathing is less marked.”

So, when he started cluing in on to, “Oh, OK.” That’s actually a sign of sexual arousal when she tenses, and then when she starts to relax and she's not so tensed and her breathing goes back to being shallow, she’s lost a little bit of the edge. So how can I get her back to that sexual edge? Look for the breathing, look for a tightening in and around the facial area. Those kinds of things can tell you that you're starting to build up to the sexual plateau and of course, you want her to take her past that plateau. But, I think a lot of times, people get so focused on technique that they're not paying attention to the feedback. Some people love to talk about sex and that’s awesome, but my technique was always to discover what was going on with people by being a really, really observant partner, and tapping in to their energetic shift.

So if you start your connection off with a heart chakra, hug and you breathe in to your partner and you really create that connection where you can start feeling their energy. Then, you look for visual cues like is the hair starting to stand up on end? They're getting goose flesh? Are their nipples becoming erect? Is the man producing a lot more preejaculate than he was just previous to this? Are you starting to watch even the rectum because it will start to contract when there's sexual arousal? These are all beautiful cues that you can look for that become your road map to ever heightening levels of arousal.

Dr. Patti Taylor: I think those are fabulous tips. I'm turned on completely, absolutely. I'm totally inspired. Where’s the man, where’s the man? I want to go [++].

Well listen, we're going to take another short break to support our sponsors. This is Dr. Patti Taylor and I am with Veronica Monet. We will be right back.

You can learn more about Veronica at her website, VeronicaMonet.com. I want to say she has amazing articles on her website. Just go there and you could spend a day reading all kinds of interesting things, also at SexWithoutShame.com. You can even find Veronica Monet on YouTube, and very fun to go YouTube, Veronica.

So please stay with us. She's gorgeous and for real.

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Dr. Patti Taylor: We're back. I'm Dr. Patty Taylor and we are talking to Veronica Monet about “Secrets of a Sex Escort: What Men Really Want”. Well I’ll tell you, I think I know what men really want and that’s what Veronica just described. Many women like that, too. [++].

OK, why don’t we talk a little bit about couples. What would you do if you just [++] shifted your relationship. It's in this kind of stuck place, and you're going, “We really want what you just described.” It's just not there. Veronica, is that the kind of work you do with couples, like you just said?

Veronica Monet: It absolutely is. The first thing that I would do in my workshops with couples, I have workshop called the “Garden Bursting with Life”. The first thing that I do is I start it off with discussion about relationship dynamics. Who makes the money? Who pays the bills? Who takes care of the kids? How do you divide household chores? Then, questions about the bedroom. This becomes more difficult to get genuine answers about, so I actually learn more about couple dynamics when I ask them questions about the more mundane aspects of their lives like paying bills and making money. This will tell me a lot about what's going on in your bedroom because if I ask most couples who makes the first move? Who initiates sex? They always try to tell me, “Oh, we both do.” It’s not true, 99% of the cases it's just not true, and I know that because I watch them start to make love. The fact of the matter is oftentimes, there is one partner who is being more initiatory, taking more the lead, and there's the partner who’s being a little more acquiescent. So as soon as I can identify who’s got what role, I switch it around.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Interesting.

Veronica Monet: Because I want them to experience themselves in a new realm and take them out of their comfort zone. A lot of times, what happens with our sex lives we get stuck and rest, that’s why we get bored. So, if you can change the dynamics, so the person who maybe is the one who initiates that first kiss or is the one who puts on the lingerie, entices the other one into the bedroom. Whatever that is, we can change that dynamics so that we switched roles, it becomes really, really hot.

Sometimes it's as simple as--one couple I was working with, she was supposed to be initiating because their relationship was such that he was usually the one who initiated sex. So, that was fine, she was going to be initiate, but then, he kept trying to touch her while she was initiating and so I came over and just simply said, “I want you to not touch her. I want you to just be available for her touch.” That took them some place amazing. It was just so exciting to watch.

I love my work with these workshops when I'm working with couples. I loved working with couples when I was an escort, I love working with couples now as a sex educator and a sexologist. It's just amazing to see how something so simple like you don’t touch, the other one’s going to do all the touching can open up a whole new sexual vistas and even creating orgasm she's never experienced before.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Well, you have just a phenomenal range of skills totally unique background. So I can see why you feel amazed when a person go to [++]. Anyway, we're almost out of time, I would like to ask you one final question. What is one great joy you get from the work you do?

Veronica Monet: Oh, God. There's so many, but the one that’s coming to mind right now is when I'm working with the couples and they’ve got emotional blocks. They're angry, resentful about something. We actually spend like the first hour and a half working through the blocks to communication and the angers and the resentments. That’s all with your clothes on, we're just talking and problem solving and learning how to do “I feel” statements where you don’t indict your partner, when you share your feelings and learning how to validate feelings without fixing them.

So, we spend like an hour and a half doing that. Then, to work into the orgasmic stage and by the end of the class, people have experienced orgasm they’d never had, maybe female ejaculation that they’ve never done before, or something that they were blocked and couldn't get to for the last six months, and to have somebody say “Thank you so much, Veronica” when they're all sitting there in the afterglow, flushed from a beautiful orgasm. I love it.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Wow. Wow. What a great image. I can feel that shooting up through my whole body right now.

Veronica Monet: [Shouts] I know, my armpits are sweating, Patti. [++] but a hot one.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Thank you, thank you so much for being the amazing bright light that you are. Thank you for being on our show and sharing all your thoughts with some insights with us.

Veronica Monet: Thank you, Patti, and congratulations on the success of your show. I'm very proud of you.

Dr. Patti Taylor: Thank you so much. So this does bring us to the end of our show. Thank you, all listeners, for listening and tuning in. Please send me email at [email protected]. For text and transcripts of this show and other shows, visit us at our website at PersonalLifeMedia.com and also, for links for Veronica Monet. You can just join our website and look at the “Expanded Lovemaking Show”. If you haven’t already, please be sure to subscribe to the “Expanded Lovemaking Show” so you can get automatic updates as soon as they become available. Also, please, visit me, Dr. Patti Taylor at www.ExpandedLovemaking.com or you can join my mailing list and find out more about my products and services and events.

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