Orgasum denial

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Chances are, when you're having sex, you want to orgasm — and who could blame you? But often, postponing your pleasure makes it that much more enjoyable, which is the concept behind practicing orgasm denial. As they say, good things come to those who wait and that pun was absolutely intended. Jess O'Reilly , tells Bustle. Reasons you might want to try orgasm denial include wanting to engage in power play, wanting to have sex for longer than usual, wanting to better enjoy the stages of arousal before orgasm, and wanting to make orgasms more intense.

There are actually a of different ways to engage in orgasm denial. Here are a few methods you can try. Edging — getting to the brink of orgasm again and again before you finally allow it — is often recommended as a way to make orgasms more intense. Edging and orgasm denial make a natural combination. Each time your partner is getting close, pull back and touch them more gently or somewhere else or not at all, then return and repeat until you decide to let them orgasm.

Edging helps "build arousal so that orgasm feels more intense when it finally arrives," Dr. Jess says. You can also practice orgasm denial more formally by setting a specific time at which your partner is allowed to orgasm, Dr. You can even set a stopwatch so you don't have to be checking the clock. If the goal is to have a lasting experience, this can help ensure that happens. If you want to play with power, one strategy is to create a code word or al that, when used, allows your partner to orgasm, Dr.

This will make your partner feel completely at your mercy if that's what they're craving. Another way to do orgasm denial is to not completely deny your partner the ability to orgasm but deny them touch on a body part that typically le them to orgasm, Dr. For example, you could avoid touching the penis or the clitoris. For example, you might have them give you oral sex or say something to you. You can decide in advance what these terms are, or you can decide in the moment what your partner needs to do before you let them orgasm as long as they consent to these conditions.

If you and your partner are interested in exploring the BDSM aspect of orgasm denial, you can use restraints like handcuffs, blindfolds, and ropes to prevent the submissive partner from touching themselves, Mintz says.

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