This is a different form of connectivity with your partner. I like that she isn’t putting all the pressure on the woman to learn about her body in order to tell her partner how it works. Instead, she has taken the pressure away from the individual and put the emphasis on connecting with your partner, another individual selflessly pleasuring their partner without expecting anything in return for doing so. I agree it does improve the relationship when your partner washes the dishes and vacuums but exactly how does that help in the bedroom? Women tend to give to everyone else but themselves and perhaps this is what women need in order to feel connected to their partner. As she says…. Try it. What have you got to lose?