Takeaway: Orgasm denial isn't just for kinksters. You can use it to enhance your relationship - or even by yourself! Orgasms offer a myriad of health benefits. They aid in relieving stress, boost the immune system, fight insomnia, and may even reduce the likelihood of prostate cancer. Even without all these positives, orgasms simply feel wonderful. So why would anyone want to purposely deny themselves all these amazing things?
A Beginners Guide To Orgasm Denial: What Is It & Why Should You Want It?
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My wife and our moms won't let me cum so I spread the wealth. With my implants and femenine training I more than pass. I love to make out with men in cars, elevators, offices, rest rooms and the like and let them suck my titties as I pull their pants down to their ankles and stroke their cocks. I always run away before they are able to reach completion.
Orgasm Denial: How to Withhold Orgasms for Ultimate Pleasure
Orgasm denial is the art of taking your partner to dizzying heights of arousal and keeping her there for a prolonged period of time. Known by several other names— tease and denial , peaking, surfing— it is fast becoming a popular activity. While practiced for years among the BDSM crowd, it changes the game so that sex is no longer about rushing ahead to orgasm.
Orgasm denial involves anything you do to keep your partner sexually aroused without allowing sexual release. In its mildest form, orgasm denial might involve teasing your partner without letting him or her come for a while; in its more devious incarnations, "for a while" might mean "for a week" or even "for a few months. I've found that extended periods of denial can create a sort of "background level" of sexual arousal that gives an interesting color to the world. It sharpens sexual appetite, and becomes a part of the way you experience all the things around you. It also, needless to say, keeps you very horny.