A bizarre wellness brand that promoted “orgasmic meditation” for women called “OneTaste” is currently under investigation by the FBI after accusations of sex trafficking and poor working conditions.
OneTaste was founded in 2001, by a woman from California named Nicole Daedone.
According to the company’s website, which has now been taken down, they offered “orgasm training” and also offered ways to help survivors heal from sexual trauma.
However, former employees allege that the company is a “sex cult” that is guilty of human trafficking.
The revelations are featured in a new BBC series called The Orgasm Cult, with journalist Nastaran Tavakoli-Far.
The series has interviewed former employees of the company who give an inside look at its shady practices.
“It involves a woman undressing from the waist down, lying on a nest of pillows, and having her clitoris stroked, usually by a…