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Once upon a time, Carlyle Jansen was actually rather squeamish herself. “When I was younger, I was not very comfortable with my body or sex at all,” she says. “After I was dumped because I couldn’t have an orgasm, I decided to it was time to start learning about sex.” A friend gave her a vibrator, which, after she found success with it, Jansen says cemented her desire to educate herself. The possibility of sharing her newfound sexual knowledge, however, didn’t occur to Jansen until she presented her sister with some sex toys as a bridal shower gift. “It was after she had opened all her salad bowls and wine glasses, and all of her friends freaked out—remember, this was 16 years ago!” recalls Jansen, laughing. “They all said, ‘What is that thing, and where do you stick it?’” When she explained their function and purpose, the women were impressed with her relaxed demeanor. “They said, ‘Wow, you are so comfortable talking about sex! You should do workshops.’ I realized then that women wanted a comfortable place to learn about these things.”
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