For those of you who don’t know, edging is also known as ‘Orgasm Control’ or ‘Teasing’. It is when you are just about but you stop or delay your orgasm. It creates a superior orgasm and in men it will help improve their sexual stamina.As we all know, not all orgasms are equal! Some feel more intense and vibrate through your entire body, while some feel short and shallow. If you are constantly hunting for that ultimate orgasm, then maybe edging might be for you.Edging will create a deeper bond in your relationship, as ultimately, the best sex is when both partners experience an intense orgasm at the same time. Edging will sync your orgasms and allow you both the euphoric feeling of what sex should be for both partners. Edging can also make you a more skilled-lover by deliberately pushing off your immediate orgasm in favour of a more female partner orgasm.The majority of women need at least 20 minutes of sexual activity to climax. If you continually reach orgasm much faster than she does, edging will definitely help you slow you downBut remember not everybody wants a super-long sex session every time, so the time of the sex session should be adapted to suit you as a couple.One final note, unless you are using edging as part of a dominance or submission play, it's important that it’s done intentionally and not accidentally. Nearing climax and then not reaching it can be frustrating and prevent a woman or man from making it back to that moment. But with full disclosure, time and patience, the ever-increasing sensation and blood flow eventually lead to an over-the-top mind-blowing orgasm for both.With that said, edging is not for everyone. Some people find it frustrating. This may be the case if backing off from orgasm causes you to miss that window of opportunity, only to lose your orgasm during the session completely. Everybody is different, which is why it’s so important to pay attention to your body and know what works best for you.Edging will work best when you know your body’s response to sexual stimulation. It’s not enough to feel the approach of orgasm; you have to know when you’re getting past the point of no return. That’s why it’s important that you try edging first on your own while masturbating and then with your partner.Have anything to contribute to this topic? Leave your comments below.
Writing interesting pieces about sex, the lifestyle and the different aspects of human sexuality is a challenge that Christina will endeavour to take. When she’s not blogging, she loves to exercise, watch movies and go to the beach whenever she can.
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