A lot of parents nowadays have mastered the art of the quickie since most of them have
their kids and having long, marathon sex sessions is nearly an impossible feat. But, how
about times where you and your partner are alone? Long and slow is the name of the
Men and women treat sex differently. For a man, whenever they ejaculate, it is the end
game and it requires them some time to recover (known as the refractory period). A
man can use penis supplements to help him last longer, among other things.
For a woman, reaching orgasm would require a lot more. Foreplay, clitoral stimulation,
and finding the G spot and pounding it really good with a man’s penis can certainly help
her reach climax.
I want to focus more on men since, on average, they do not last long in bed. If you are
part of this demographic, you may want to read the entire article to find out some things
you should try to last longer.
Use a Cock Ring
Women have the luxury of using a lot of different sex toys that will help them achieve
orgasms on their own, but men do not have that much freedom at all. There is one sex
toy that can help you last longer in bed, though, and that is the cock ring.
The cock ring is a special device that is attached to your penis to help restrict blood flow
out of the penis to help you maintain an erection and also help keep your ejaculatory
responses at bay.
Cock rings can also be worn on the balls if you are not using it and it can certainly add
another depth of fun as women can also feel it inside of them too.
Practice This Pregame Ritual
Men have this refractory period just shortly after they cum. This is the time where their
penis is unable to experience the same intensity of stimulation as they’ve experienced
just before ejaculating.
This is the best time for men to penetrate their partner’s vagina as this reduced
sensation can certainly buy them some more time during sex.
To achieve this, you have to masturbate an hour or two before sex.
Try Changing Positions
Use the power of proprioception to help you get yourself distracted, buying you some
more time to help your partner reach orgasm.
You do this by changing sex positions- ones that you are not familiar with or those that
you and your partner haven’t done before.
Going to some unfamiliar territory will allow your mind to focus on something else rather
than the sensation that you feel.
Slow the Tempo
Good sex is actually a marathon and not a sprint. That being said, being more mindful
about your thrusting and controlling your tempo can really help you last longer in bed.
Initiate ‘the Squeeze’
Just right before you are about to cum, stop what you are doing and squeeze the
portion just below the shaft. Applying considerable pressure to this area will help restrict
blood flow, allowing you to get back into the game without ejaculating.