The Orgasm Project

The Orgasm Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing female orgasm facts, research, and resources to help women overcome orgasmic difficulty and female orgasmic disorder. Female Orgasmic Disorder is characterized by difficulty experiencing orgasm and/or markedly reduced intensity of orgasmic sensations, including women who have never orgasmed. The fact remains that a persistently high percentage of women suffer from female orgasmic disorder, despite improvements in sex education, gender equality and sex therapy over the last 50 years. Whether one looks at studies in Finland, Australia, the USA, or Iran, one can find the prevalence of this disorder world-wide.

The Orgasm Project is building an extensive collection of female orgasm research to be found in one on-line location. By bringing the research into one online portal, we will better be able to see what research has been conducted and where additional research is needed.

We advocate for controversial female orgasmic disorder treatments such as LSD therapy that was scientifically proven in the 1960s to be an effective therapy to heal female orgasmic disorder. Anecdotal research points to cannabis helping women who suffer from female orgasmic disorder. The Orgasm Project works to educate government agencies for public policy changes and advocate for women’s rights to scientific progress.


Our Board

Suzanne Mulvehill
Suzanne MulvehillExecutive Director
Suzanne Mulvehill is the Executive Director and Founder of The Orgasm Project. Suzanne sold her international company in early 2020 to pursue her PhD in Clinical Sexology and launch The Orgasm Project. Suzanne started and operated multiple international businesses during her career with a specialty in entrepreneurship. She is the author of two books and has consulted and presented to thousands of entrepreneurs throughout the USA and Europe, including being a guest lecturer at universities in the USA, and abroad. She, like many women, was affected by female orgasmic disorder and sought treatment for nearly 30 years through traditional therapy. She discovered healing with cannabis and now advocates for women’s rights to scientific progress of sexual healing.
Angela Huser
Angela Huser Vice President
Angela Huser is the Vice President of The Orgasm Project. Angela is the owner of, a change management and career-advancement coaching company. Her mission in life is to move people. She partners with multi-national corporations to support cultural change, innovation and new ways of working. Angela is a sought-after speaker on topics including visibility, confidence and networking. Angela holds a BA in Economics from the University of Zurich and a MSc in Managing People, Knowledge and Change from Lund University. If not in the corporate setting, you can find her switch between start-ups, the underground, and hosting electronic music events.
Dr. Jordan Tishler
Dr. Jordan TishlerBoard Member
Dr. Tishler is a Cannabis Specialist. He is the President and CMO of inhaleMD, a medical practice in Cambridge, MA., specializing in treating male and female sexual dysfunction with cannabis. Dr. Tishler graduated from both Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, trained at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and is faculty at both the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He has spent many years working with the underserved, particularly providing care for Veterans. Having treated countless patients harmed by alcohol and drugs, his observation that he had never seen a cannabis overdose led Dr. Tishler to delve deeply into the science of cannabis safety and treatment.
Dr. Tishler is a frequent speaker and author on a variety of topics related to the medical applications of cannabis. He is the President of the Association of Cannabis Specialists which aims to educate clinicians, lawmakers, and the industry about best practices and needed tools for proper patient care.
Dr. Osmo Kontula
Dr. Osmo KontulaBoard Member
Dr. Kontula is one of the leading female orgasm researchers. For more than 30 years, Dr. Kontula has served as a research professor specializing in sexology and sexual science and is the author of numerous books, journal articles and poster presentations. Dr. Kontula has worked at the Population Research Institute , Family Federation of Finland and at the Department of Public Health, University of Helsinki. He serves as a Member of the Advisory Committee and Chair of the Sexuality Education Committee for the World Association for Sexual Health.
In Dr. Kontula’s 2016 research, titled, Determinants of Female Sexual Orgasm, that was published in partnership with Dr. Miettinen, revealed that, “The improvements in gender equality and sexual education since the 1970s have not helped women to become more orgasmic. Neither has the major increase in masturbation habits (among women in general).”

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