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Source: ‘The fingering cult’ – OneTaste – requires NDA’s, arranges fake marriages, much like NXIVM

The “fingering cult” – OneTaste – where women are fingered [called clitoral stoking practice] by men wearing rubber gloves for 15 minutes per session – three times a day – [5 hours weekly]  sometimes in public – has a non disclosure agreement much like the busted sex cult NXIVM, whose leaders have been arrested for sex trafficking.

It also appears that OneTaste, like NXIVM, may have arranged fake marriages to keep attractive women in the USA. These women are allegedly taught that is spiritually evolved to have sex with high-paying well-to-do male members of the group. The women are encouraged to get the wealthy men to pay for expensive “intensives.”  Men pay up to $60,000 per year for membership and access to the women – who they begin by fingering.  Woman are rented monthly for up to $10,000. The women do not get the income – it goes to OneTaste to pay for their additional course work.

A gateway to prostitution seems to be through this clitoral stimulation practice also called OMing. Women get accustomed to various men stroking their clitoris with a rubber glove every day. The cult’s  “aversion” teachings indoctrinate women into the belief that if they find a man repulsive – it is all the more reason they should spread their legs and allow him to finger their clitoris.

It sounds like a way of indoctrinating women into unpaid prostitution under the guise of new -age teachings.  More and more, OneTaste appears to me to be a sex trafficking operation.

OneTaste claims its fingering women is a ‘wellness practice” which “draws on inspiration from many ancient and new fields and traditions and we do  not claim ownership over these ideas. However certain concepts and models have been developed and created by OTI and these collectively make up the OM Life® Method. Examples of these are the ‘Tumescence Types’, ‘The 8 Stages of Orgasm’, ‘Orgasm Map’, ‘The Stages of Man’, and ‘The Stages of Women’.”

Some of the cult’s alleged trademark names are:
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1. ONETASTE
2. ORGASMIC MEDITATION
3. OM LIFE
4. TURNON
5. ORGASM STATE
6. POWERED BY ORGASM
7. ONESTROKE

 

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Here is a recent communication I received from a OneTaste insider:

Dear Mr. Parlato:

I am forwarding to you OneTaste’s new Certified Coach Licensing Agreement for coaches who they would like to be involved with their new online marketing program for OM. The agreement specifies in two places that signees are not allowed to defame OneTaste. A breach of the agreement may be cause for legal action. They speak about injunctive relief and mention monetary damages. What else can be said about OneTaste? Is this a violation of 1st Amendment rights for Freedom of Speech?! I hope not.

Please see Section 6, iv. on page 5, and Section 7, ii., e. on page 7. Also, Section 11, D. on page 9 addresses Severing the Agreement and potential illegal aspects of the Agreement. This sounds very fishy to me.

Other considerations:
OneTaste claims that the company was sold to “new” owners. However, they do not state that most of the former senior staff of OneTaste have been and may continue to be employed at OneTaste by the new owners. A smelly monkey in a different cage is still a smelly monkey!
Regarding OneTaste and arranged marriages, another thing OneTaste did to keep foreign people they found useful for their purposes in the United States working for them was to arrange marriages with U.S. citizens working for them so that the foreign-born people could get green cards, stay in the United States, and eventually divorce and remain in the United States.
Thanks for your continued interest in OneTaste’s activities. They may try to rope people in with some questionable, if not illegal online marketing scheme for OM, their certified coaches as well as members of the public.

PS: In two other places in the Agreement, they state that licensed coaches will agree to pay fees (see 7, i., h. on page 6, and 10, ii. on page 8). They do not state how much. Also, there is no provision for licensed coaches under the agreement to terminate the agreement. This sounds like a trap.

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Here is a private email from OneTaste’s Rachel Short that was leaked to Frank Report:
From: Rachel Short <rachel.short@onetaste.us>
Date: Sat, Oct 20, 2018 at 9:58 AM
Subject: REFERENCE DOCUMENTS for Today’s OTCA Call
To: OneTaste Coaches Association <otca@onetaste.us>

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Hi OTCA!

We have our call in 5 minutes! We will have another call at the exact time NEXT week 10/27. If you can not attend either call, review the attached documents (especially the memo) and let us know if you have any questions. We are here for you!
As a reminder, call access for TODAY and NEXT WEEK is: https://onetaste.zoom.us/j/367458932
Attached are the documents that we will be referencing on the call this week and next week. We wanted you to have them to reference and follow along with and review!
One is a Memo explaining everything you need to know dealing with the OM Life Certified Coach License, and the other is a sample of the Certified Coach License Agreement.
If you have any questions, please email me or legal@onetaste.us.
Warmly,
Rachel Short
Senior Product Director

OneTaste
rachel.short@onetaste.us
P: (412) 576-7069
onetaste.us
Why I OM

Here are some leaked and confidential documents from OneTaste – in case you want to join – or law enforcement wants to study —
In a separate correspondence, The OneTaste insider [quoted above] added this:
“OneTaste’s practice of having all staff sign “Nondisclosure Agreements”, is that so that during employment and afterwards they could not disclose anything about OneTaste’s operations, policies or activities under penalty of legal action.
“Not long ago, I heard that Nondisclosure Agreements may themselves be illegal. I bring this up because OneTaste’s new License Agreement for Certified Coaches that I sent you smacks of “Nondisclosure”, in that licensed coaches cannot speak “bad” about OneTaste (who decides what bad is) and OneTaste can seek “Injunctive Relief” if the License Agreement is violated.

“OneTaste also tries to cover its tracks in the event any part of the License Agreement is illegal by defining the action that can be taken if this is found to be the case. However, if the License Agreement is contested by one individual and found to be illegal in part, will all the other signatories to the license agreement be informed, and is this a basis for people who have signed the License Agreement to get out of it if they wish? It feels like a trap to me.

“If I may, I would like to request that you have an attorney affiliated with your journal look it over to get an expert legal review of the License Agreement, noting the concerns I have raised. This could strengthen any article you may care to write or make mention about the OneTaste License Agreement for Certified Coaches.
“Also, OneTaste stipulates in the License Agreement that the loser of the arbitration or legal action is responsible for all the costs. They have a staff of attorneys to advise them on all aspects of this, whereas most coaches are limited in what they can pay attorneys, especially given the low compensation of most coaches from their coaching businesses.”

Men fingering women is one of the practices of OneTaste

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  • How many of these sick cults are out there, this one is so obviously a scam I’m wondering where in the hell is the protection from the government since people can no longer protect themselves. What happened to family values, I suppose it’s not politically correct to want things back to a normal way of life. I’m not talking about sexual orientation which is a personal choice although why do people feel the need to share to much info about their sex lives.
    to much free time, volunteer and do some good come on people your paying money to these weirdos which is all they want from you how can you not see the sickness infiltrating your world.
    Is this bullshit legal?
    When a cult was communal living off the land it was one thing. From Manson to today America has allowed one illegal activity after another. Scientology must be thrilled to have the attention off if them for a while.
    Parents is this how you want your beloved children to learn about healthy relationships and money management? You can’t count on law enforcement until there’s a mass murder or tax evasion your on your own. People fight back against these blatant scams.
    News media, like the Frank Report keep reporting on one Touch, start new blogs and don’t let up until they are stopped. Frank Report has proven it can be done.

    • What happened to family values? The ones preached by politicians never existed, because they were engaging in the things they claimed to oppose.
      That said, anyone who would buy the notion that empowerment for women can be reached by prostituting them out is sadly mistaken. There is not clitoris in the throat. This claim has no basis in fact. And men paying $60,000 to “finger” women in the name of enlightenment are just as clueless and equally as broke, financially and spiritually.

      • Of course any person who was really knowledgable about spirituality and spiritual enlightenment would laugh at what these One Taste morons claim is “spiritual”.

        “There is a sucker born every minute”…scams have been going on since forever, and will continue to go on, because the world is full of “suckers”. The only thing we can a do is question everything that doesn’t sound right, and research it thoroughly before investing any money. But unfortunately there are always going to be people who believe that either they are doing something good, or that they will make easy money.

        Any organization that is encouraging a woman to engage in sexual activity with strangers (who she finds repulsive) is NOT following any spiritual teachings. People, wake up. Go to the library and take out a few books on spirituality and start reading.

          • That’s true Scott, the government needs to tackle these scams, too. On a personal level though, if people trusted their intuition and investigated before investing, they would save themselves the heartache.
            I’ve been approached by people involved in some of these MLM scams mentioned here, but I never invested, because i recognized that something wasnt right.

            I also was connected (I cant say how here) to one of the big MLM scams listed here.. and once you started to question these people, it was obvious that they were not being honest.

          • Scott, that’s very true – trying to recruit friends and family is how they operate.

            I also had close relatives who lost money in a mortgage lending scam, and they had tried to get me to invest as well. We didnt invest, and explained to the family members why this was a scam, but they refused to listen and still invested.

            The guys who operated this scam were later charged with fraud, and did go to jail. This happened in Vancouver ( in the early to mid 90s) if I remember correctly.

    • The Frank Report took off only AFTER the NYT published Edmondson’s scar picture. Hardly anybody commented on this website until that happened. If people had joined Frank earlier to help him gain more visibility, THEN, and only then, he could have been credited with proving that it can be done. But now it’s too late for that when it comes to NXIVM, except WE could work together to bring more attention to the much larger and far more abusive human and financial carnage the MLM scam industry poses. Are you in or out?

  • MLM contracts and NDAs are very common, and these provisions are also very common. They are rarely overturned in court – only if a particular provision is extremely one-sided, and it costs a LOT of money to go to court to prove it. Most people were made broke by the MLM in the first place, and the only recourse is a contingency fee class action lawsuit, which takes years to make its way through the legal system. The lawyers have a lot more incentive to settle and get paid than take their chances in court. This is how MLM scams protect themselves. This is SOP (Standard Operating Procedure).

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