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What does your orgasm look like?

Nikita Duncan explores this question by weaving art, sex, and psychology together in her series of paintings, Orgasms: Portraits of Sexual Energy. She has created 40 portraits of her visual interpretation of the personal experiences of orgasms shared with her by a variety of couples and individuals.

With a preface by Veronica Monet, Sex educator and author of Sex Secrets of Escorts: Tips From a Pro, Orgasms: Art & Psyche will expand your perspectives on art, sex and psychology, while offering insights into your deepest desires and the very essence of Self expression.


Nikita Duncan is a fine art and psychology graduate from the University of Colorado. Combining these interests, she began the series Orgasms: Portraits of Sexual Energy in 2007. Her artwork has been displayed internationally.

Veronica Monet combines 14 years of experience with the practical and political aspects of sex work with many years of education. She is a certified Sex Educator who specializes in sexuality, anger management, compassionate communication, and relationship dynamics. She is author of Sex Secrets of Escorts: Tips from a Pro.


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About the Author

Nikita Duncan
nikitadu San Francisco, CA, United States

Comments (1)


pm001 says

This book's 40 unique descriptions of orgasms are just that - unique. Each of us experiences pleasure and orgasms in different ways. I like that I unexpectedly found myself relating to certain stories and discovered new, and affirmed other things about myself. It definitely opens the mind to other possibilities of what constitutes an orgasm. Whether you are anxious, curious, or at ease with your sexuality, you'll probably be pleasantly surprised by the content.
The paintings are stunning, to say the least! There is a tremendous fusion of color and motion. The energy leaps from each. My only wish is that the book was larger so that the paintings could be larger as well. I especially enjoyed the artist's interpretation section in which Nikita discusses how she took each story from its verbal form to its artistic composition.

posted at 06:39pm Jan 02 PST


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