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Orgasm Denial

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Orgasm denial refers to the sexual practice of maintaining a heightened state of sexual arousal for an extended period of time without experiencing an orgasm. The term is also known as erotic sexual denial and is commonly associated with BDSM and sexual bondage.

Holding off your partner’s orgasm for an extended period of time can allow them to experience extreme satisfaction when you do finally provide them with it. Orgasm denial usually involves a dominant-submissive relationship. More specifically, the dominant partner stimulates the submissive one, simultaneously forbidding the sub to orgasm. Yet, both of the partners can experience an intensified pleasure. Orgasm denial is beneficial for the dom because it increases the feeling of dominance and power. And when it comes to the sub, cum denial increases his/her satisfying sensations of objectification.

Everyone can experience an orgasm denial, no matter the gender or sexual orientation. The time frame for cum denial can vary – from minutes to hours, days or months. It all depends on the preferences or rules of the persons involved. This pleasure technique can also be used to intensify orgasms during solo masturbation.

There are many different ways to deny an orgasm. Chastity play can come in different shapes, time-frames or sex positions. More specifically, the female can use a male chastity device, such as a cock cage, to keep the partner locked for a specific period of time. Additionally, men can use chastity belts to deny a woman pleasure or orgasm.

Denied orgasms can benefit couples in many ways. They are used as a training tool – learning to control orgasm, how to orgasm on demand, how to tolerate stimulation and how to become a more eager-to-please sexual partner.