One of the best things about masturbation is that there's no "wrong" or "right" way to do it: as long as it feels good and helps you feel sexually connected to yourself, it doesn't really matter how you choose to masturbate. But even if you feel like you know exactly what works for you already, that doesn't mean you can't still improve the way you masturbate. Taking the time to learn how to masturbate to have stronger orgasms is a super valuable skill that can seriously improve your sex lifeboth solo and with a partner.
Self-pleasure is a wonderful, wonderful thing. Whether you have a partner or not, spending some time enjoying yourself has tons of benefits. Not only does masturbation make you feel good and help relieve stress, but it also can get you in touch with the pleasure zones in your body — and lead to way more pleasurable sex with a partner.
If you're flying solo or you've been married for 25 years, irrespective of your relationship status there are countless reasons why you should pleasure yourself. Aside from the fact that it feels good, from stress reduction to improved sleep and even help with menstrual cramps, masturbation comes with a number of health benefits. If that's not enough to convince you to double-click your mouse, masturbation also benefits your relationships.
At times you can experience the big and intense one or the smaller one which are experienced more. So how do you enhance the male orgasm to be even better for you? Here are some tricks and tips from those who know best:.
Photo by Alexey Kuzma, via Stocksy. Often overlooked in these sexy guides, however, is the simple and incredibly effective technique known as edging. Not to be confused with the lawn-maintenance term that also bears its name, edging is a technique for bringing yourself or others, or all of you together!
Speaking as a male, I can't think of anything that remotely equals the thrill of an orgasm. What's weird is that, for all the attention it receives, the male orgasm doesn't get talked about in much detail despite the fact that there can be a huge difference in intensity from one to the next. My guess is that the most women don't know this. With this information gap in mind, I set out to discover what, exactly, makes for the most bone-rattling, foundation-shaking male orgasms, and what women can do to encourage their arrival.
When it comes to getting it on, you've probably established a few tried-and-true routines. But a healthy sex life means experimenting every now and then — not just with a partner, but during masturbation, too. This will not only increase eroticism, but can help make your orgasms more powerful.
Is it true that a simple change in position can make you orgasm harder than ever before? What about kegel exercises for men — can they help you ejaculate harder than ever? Or edging : Should you build up that orgasm for hours, teasing yourself through a slow, super-long arousal period before you blow? Should you start experimenting with prostate play?