The Gentlemen's Club


The Gentlemen's Club

By Gary M. Douglas

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#1 International Best Seller with candid talks between Gary Douglas and a diverse group of men about women, relationships, sex, and being a man in this reality.

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In The Gentlemen’s Club, Gary Douglas, the founder of Access Consciousness®, and a diverse group of men talk candidly about women, relationships, sex, sexual energy, masturbation, and being a man in this reality. Their wide-ranging conversations are in turn, funny, moving, outrageous, raunchy, and profound.

Douglas offers ground-breaking Access Consciousness tools and processes, insightful revelations, and incredible information about how talk to a woman, how to stimulate her body, how to create orgasms by expansion rather than contraction, and how to create sex and relationship from an awareness of what is rather than a fixed point of view about what they are supposed to be.

Speaking of relationships, he says, “Sometimes people say to me, ‘You don’t like relationships.’ No. It’s that I don’t like bad relationships. I see no reason for there to ever be a bad relationship. If you have a relationship, it should be something that adds to your life and makes it greater and better and more fun. If a relationship doesn’t do that, why be in one?”

Douglas also talks about trusting yourself as a man, creating a sense of partnership with other men, and discovering what it is that would make you thrilled with your life.

Praise from Gentlemen’s Club Participant: “I’m so grateful for The Gentlemen's Club. For the first time in my life, I'm happy about being a man and being in a man's body.”   Praise from Gentlemen’s Club Participant's wife: “Thank you so much for doing these classes. I’ve got back the man that I fell in love with.”

Gary Douglas, multi-millionaire and founder of Access Consciousness® practiced in over 150 countries, is also a huge advocate of this way of doing business. "There is nothing wrong with wanting more for yourself. Capitalism is not evil. What is wrong is when you don't look beyond that to find a way to make your business grow and become something greater than profit and loss. Functioning from benevolent capitalism is where you are working to create more in the world for everybody, not just you, and it's a very powerful concept when executed well."