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Edging - Mastering orgasm control for more satisfying sex

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Ordinary, run-of-the-mill orgasms are great. But what if there was a way to give yourself the mother of all orgasms while also making his orgasm even better?

Yeah, I thought you'd be listening.

The good news is that such a thing exists. All you must do is practice this little sex move called edging. Never heard of it?

Let me fill you in.

Edging is an orgasm control technique where a person gets right up to the point where they're about to orgasm, then stops stimulation, waits, and then starts the buildup all over again. The point of edging is to have sex last longer, extend the feeling of an orgasm, and make the orgasm feel more intense.

Essentially, this means stopping sexual stimulation before you come, waiting about 30 seconds, and then stimulating yourself again, repeating until you’re ready to orgasm.

Edging is a way to naturally extend sexual activity. Edging can allow you to exert more control over your own orgasm. This may allow you to prolong solo or partner play, help prevent premature ejaculation, and more.

There are more benefits!

Edging may be used more in sexual play, as it invites a great deal of suspense and fun into the bedroom. But the practice has its origins in helping individuals treat or prevent premature ejaculation.

Many people who have a penis are able to climax in a short period of time. People who experience premature orgasm, however, reach climax before they wish to. Edging, or purposefully stopping thrusting or rubbing in order to prevent climax, can prevent you from reaching the sudden pinnacle of sexual sensation. People who have a vagina may also experience premature orgasms, though this is less common.

Another benefit of sexual edging is a more intense orgasm. The delayed gratification aspect of edging may make your eventual climax feel more powerful.

Whether you’re edging to control your own orgasm or to make your climax more intense, these tips can help you try the sexual activity for the first time.

Masturbate to the brink

Manually stimulate yourself at a pace and pressure that will get you to climax. As you near the point of orgasm, slow down and ease the pressure.

After a few seconds or minutes, return to the more intense pressure and speed. Bring yourself to the edge of climax again.

You can repeat this cycle until you’re prepared to reach orgasm.

 Slow penetrative sex

Penetration occurs during oral, anal, and vaginal sex. In whatever form you choose, bring yourself to the point of orgasm, then stop.

When you’re ready, begin penetration again. Repeat the cycle until you want to orgasm.

People who have a vagina can benefit from edging in much the same way as people who have a penis. You just have different techniques you can use.

For example, you can ask your partner to stop thrusting as you near orgasm. Then, after a short break, they can begin thrusting again.

Mix it up

Engage in oral, anal, or vaginal sex until you’ve nearly reached orgasm. Then, stop or slow down.

Change positions, or switch to erogenous stimulation from masturbation or with a partner.

The differences in sensation and pressure may help you prolong your orgasm. You can keep changing methods, positions, or the level of pressure until you’re ready to climax.

If you have a vagina, you may find it helpful to switch between vaginal penetration and clitoral stimulation. The different pressure and sensation may help you prolong your eventual orgasm.

When talking about edging there is always one guy that has this question – Can I get too backed up if I edge too much?

The simple answer is NO!

Edging can’t cause semen or ejaculate to back up into your body in any way. Ejaculate won’t expel into your bladder, kidneys, or elsewhere if you don’t release the fluid during climax.

Once you stop edging and reach climax, any semen or ejaculate your body created will be released. If you don’t ejaculate, your body will break down the ejaculate and recycle its different components.

Retrograde ejaculation is a condition in which semen enters your bladder instead of exiting through the urethra during an orgasm. Edging doesn’t cause retrograde ejaculation.

So now that is cleared up, whether you decide to do it alone or with your partner, edging is a safe and potentially exciting way to prolong your orgasm and experience a more intense one in the process.

If you want to try it with a partner, be sure to talk about it beforehand. Explain why you think you might enjoy it and why you think your partner could benefit from it too.


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