Marcos Alberti's latest work, suitably dubbed "O Project," aims to present female sexuality as it has never been seen before. To capture the climatic moment of 20 women, he paired up with sex toy company Smile Makers, who believe that being sexually satisfied is the key to being beautiful. Alberti asked each of his subjects to sit on a stool in front of him and pleasure themselves with one of the brand's products.
Artist Marcos Alberti has created the 'O project', a series of photos capturing the moments before, during, and after orgasm. The project, done in tandem with well-being brand Smile Makers is intended to break down the barriers of female sexuality, by presenting the often taboo topic of masturbation by women. Too often, the topic is treated with shame and silence, in contrast to male masturbation that is treated as a given in many cultures.
Brazilian snapper Marcos Alberti said 'The O Project' was designed to open up conversations surrounding 'female sexual well-being'. A photographer has captured women's faces before, during and after their orgasms to 'break down barriers' around female sexuality. He captured the facial expressions of more than 20 women before, during and after sexual climax while using a vibrator.
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In the unspoken language of love, the face you make at the pinnacle of pleasure may have something of an accent based on where you come from. People from Western and East Asian cultures had consistently different ideas of what facial expressions indicate the moment of orgasmresearchers found in a study published Monday in PNAS. But contrary to those cultural climaxes, the look of dire pain had universal contortions.
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Topics of sexuality are a common taboo in many cultures, especially when it comes to the female side of the matter. To break this wall of secrecy and embarrassment Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti came up with an idea that he called The O Project, in which he took pictures of 22 women before, during, and after orgasm. The artist teamed up with Smile Makers, an adult toy company, to deliver the message that female pleasure is not something to blush about — it needs to be celebrated.
In films, people climaxing always look stunning. They're all eyes closed, neck back, mouth slightly parted. In reality, we don't really look like that do we. We either look like we're in actual pain or we're trying really hard to stifle a fart.
Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti said he took the pictures to show a true female orgasm is nothing like the spectacles you see in porn. This is real. Alberti captured the facial expressions of more than 20 women before, during, and after they used a personal sex toy.