Will Sex Coaching Go Mainstream?

Tue, 12/18/2012 - 16:57
Submitted by Carlin Ross

Over the last few weeks, Eric's sex coaching has been covered by some of the major UK papers and blogs (including my fave dailymail.co.uk). The Sun really did him justice.

Not only did they feature interviews with two couples who are happy clients (w/pics), but they put Eric's work in the right context: sex coaching helps couples have better sex and deepens intimacy.

Here's my favorite Eric quote:

"Eric credits his own sexual prowess with being able to do numerous things at the same time. He said: “It’s all in the co-ordination. For a woman it’s like having a threesome or foursome with just one guy.

“I keep on practising. It is like inventor Thomas Edison — he worked and worked until he perfected the light bulb.

“One lover said I was intimidating. She feared she’d be no good in bed. Other women have told me their friends say the same thing.

“I’ve had about 65 lovers, though I don’t keep track exactly. It’s not that many over 16 years. I’m not the type to do a drunken hook-up. I’ve never had a one-night stand. Every lover has been special."

Congratulations, Eric.

Editor in Chief & Keeper of All Things Betty Dodson

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I think it's great this kind

Sat, 12/22/2012 - 18:48

I think it's great this kind of coaching is becoming increasingly popular. That said, I really found this quote interesting: 
"Eric credits his own sexual prowess with being able to do numerous things at the same time. He said: “It’s all in the co-ordination. For a woman it’s like having a threesome or foursome with just one guy."

I've heard people say than the big points of being with more than one person is having more than one set of hands touching you, caressing your body, plus the sheer psychological excitement of being with several people. I'd really like to know what Eric does to replicate this. Does he imitate different voices to give the illusion that there are more people in the room (like squeeky than deep)? Or does he have a pre-recorded tape? Does he run around real fast so that it appears hands are coming from all directions, like Superman? Or does he have sets of prosthetic hands that he works somehow?

Also, I read recently that he was looking for a "wing man". Seems like a waste of time if one can do the work of two or even three men oneself...?

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