'The O Tapes' Movie & Honest Discussion of Women's Orgasm Now Available in Special Unedited Edition

DVD release of the "O-Tapes" movie has prompted women and sex educators to more openly discuss female orgasm. The movie has enjoyed a successful run on cable television and is still available in some television markets.

Novato, CA, October 26, 2007 --(PR.com)-- After a successful run on Showtime, the documentary film titled The O Tapes, has become available for DVD release in a special unedited directors cut edition. Sex educator Dr. Gary Schubach, aka "Doctor G" (http://www.DoctorG.com), has provided a positive review of "The O Tapes" movie and encourages frank and open discussion of female orgasm between sexual partners so that they are less likely to experience some of the difficulties enjoying sex discussed in the film.

The O Tapes movie features interviews with fifty average American women, aged 18 to 82, discussing how they feel about female orgasm with refreshingly simple and frank comments from a range of women representing professionals to housewives, married and single, and telling us about their own feelings about orgasm. The film includes a "who's who" of the nation's leading sex therapists, psychologists, sexologists and gynecologists. Woven through it all is a provocative variety of historical perspectives, animated sequences, graphic vignettes, and musical and comic performances.

The movie mentions that 38% of those American women who responded to a nationwide survey said they had never experienced an orgasm through intercourse. Today, 43% of American women are either non-orgasmic or will be non-orgasmic for some significant period in their lives. This statistic leads many women to seek medical solutions to the problem, such as the new G Shot, rather than learning how to properly stimulate the G Spot with their sexual partners.

San Francisco-based sex educator Gary Schubach, Ed.D., A.C.S., aka Doctor G, has unique perspectives on the film and the issues of female orgasm. As Professor of Media at the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, Dr. Schubach combines a background in film history with a knowledge of the uses of the media to portray human sexuality.

From his research and work into the nature of female orgasm, Dr. Schubach and his colleague, Dr. Patricia Taylor, author of "Expanded Orgasm: Soar to Ecstasy at Your Lover's Every Touch," have a different viewpoint on the issues surrounding orgasm.

The O Tapes makes controversial subject matter for television talk shows, newspaper coverage and radio programs. Sex educator, Dr. Gary Schubach and Producer/Director, Chris Arnold are available for major media appearances.

Contact info:
Gary Schubach, Ed.D., A.C.S.

Doctor G
Gary Schubach
(415) 459-2801