OBirth Design Competion Extended thru end of year
“Orgasmic Birth is a must see film for every man and woman so they can begin to envision the power of a woman in labor as seen in an orgasmic delivery. As a pediatrician who saw this film and later experienced the birth of my grandson in the same way shown in the film, I can assure you this is REAL and that it can be done if the mother can take control of her body without unnecessary procedures. I now have two different feelings: 1) happiness: for my daughter and grandson and the knowledge that a delivery can be a very beautiful and powerful experience for the mother, the baby and the family and 2) sadness: for all the unnecessary traumatic births still going on. It is time to change the future by changing the way our babies come to this world; it is time for every one to see Orgasmic Birth.
Mario Ramirez, MD, Pediatrician, Fellow of ABM, member of IBFAN, Coalition of Breastfeeding of P.R. and vice president of PROMANI (a non-profit organization for the protection of the mother and her baby)
I saw Orgasmic Birth in New Jersey last week and I had an experience I thought you might be interested in hearing. I saw the movie a little more than a week after I found out that my pregnancy had ended with a missed miscarriage. I was still carrying the pregnancy, waiting to see if my body would release it on its own without the D&C. After learning of the miscarriage, I almost skipped the movie. But my experience with my health care providers in the aftermath of the miscarriage news had been so horrific that I felt like this might be a good time to be making myself more aware of the issues for women and birth. So I saw the movie. On Tuesday night after the screening, I began to bleed at home. A few hours later I was seeing some tissue. In the middle of the night, when my pain was coming in waves about every two minutes and I was needing to call out because of the severity of the pain, I began to wonder if what was happening was normal, if maybe I should go to the hospital. In those moments of panic, I remembered messages from your film. Nothing was going to get better if I went to the hospital. Strangers would surround me. I would be more in panic there than in my own home. So I lay down in bed, closed my eyes, and let my body do its work. My husband stroked me and we had this experience of closure and sadness together. Thank you for the film. I know that my experience was not the intended purpose of the film but it helped me. Emily
Debra Pascali Bonaro is the director of Orgasmic Birth and co-author of the book Orgasmic Birth, Your Guide to a Safe, Satisfying and Pleasurable Birth Experience. Debra helps birth pros and new families all over the world learn about the details of gentle birth. Visit www.debrapascalibonaro.com to join in a webinar, attend a destination workshop and learn more about natural childbirth.
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