When people think of withholding anything related to sex, they think immediately of tantric sex practices. But male orgasm denial is not at all like tantric sex. It doesn't focus on breath nor is there a spiritual or transcendental aspect to it. In fact, male orgasm denial is singularly interesting for one reason and one reason only: it produces far more pleasure when you can finally come if you've been halted right at the brink of coming several times. The brain is flooded with counterprodutive signals and the pleasure and pain aspect related to male orgasm denial trigger a release of endorphins and dopamine.
How To Try Orgasm Control & Edging For The First Time With A Partner
Some call it edging, some surfing, but whatever the name is, there is no doubt male orgasm denial is an experience close enough to sexual epiphany. The idea behind it is simple. You get your manhood worked up to the brink. Your partner then stimulates you in a state just a few seconds before the point of no return. And before you reach orgasm, she pushes you back to sexual plateau. From what others describe it, the experience is like revival from the brink of death.
A beginner’s guide to orgasm control for men by a former dominatrix
Unfulfilled orgasms could be the best thing for your sex life since, well, orgasms. And possibly for your relationship too. And how can they do it for you without the same level of unabashed intimacy and vulnerability at play?
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist , to help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions will remain anonymous. I've vaguely heard of it before, but I don't know how it actually works. I would love step-by-step instructions for how to try orgasm control for the first time.