If you’ve been looking for ways to experiment in your sex life (or you’re an adventurous Scorpio like me), you’re in luck because in this article, I’ll be breaking down what Edging means through my own personal experience.
What Exactly Is Edging?
Edging is a sexual technique that involves bringing yourself or a partner close to the brink of orgasm, then stopping or slowing down stimulation to delay it. This can be repeated several times before you finally decide to orgasm. It is often used as a way to intensify sexual pleasure or to prolong sexual activity. Edging can be practiced alone or with a partner and can involve various forms of stimulation such as touching, kissing, or oral sex. Some people also use edging as a way to build sexual stamina or to explore their own sexual responses. I would say that experimentation is important here, and really the key to a healthy sex life.
The first time I tried edging, I was nervous but excited. I had heard from friends that it could make orgasms more intense and pleasurable and I wanted to see it for myself.
I’m sure at some point in your sexual life, you must have experienced it but had no idea what it was. I don’t know what got me so excited but edging was an experience I was ready to embark on once I did my research. I decided to try it by myself first, before proceeding it with a partner. And when I say the feeling is priceless. Girl.. I was shaking.
I got scented candles, wine and added music for the experience – I was really trying to seduce myself first. Self love is the best love, amiright? I started by exploring my body and finding what felt good. I touched myself slowly and after getting myself aroused, I paid attention to the sensations I was experiencing. Then I stopped just before I reached orgasm.
I repeated this several times, letting the sexual tension build up each time before stopping. I waited about 20-30 seconds before I started stimulating myself again and repeated this until I was ready to orgasm.
Learning How It Works
How edging works is by intentionally bringing yourself or a partner close to the point of orgasm and then pausing or reducing stimulation before reaching the point of climax. This pause can be for a few seconds or longer, depending on personal preference. And this technique can help to increase sexual arousal and intensify the experience of orgasm when it finally occurs.
During edging, the body is brought to the brink of orgasm multiple times, and each time the buildup of sexual tension is released. It can lead to a more powerful orgasm when it finally happens. Edging can be practiced in a variety of ways including solo masturbation, partnered sexual activity or as part of BDSM play. It can involve various forms of stimulation such as manual or oral stimulation, penetration, or the use of sex toys.
As I continued, I noticed that the pleasure was becoming more and more intense with each round of edging. The sexual tension was almost overwhelming but I loved the feeling of being on the edge of an orgasm. I experimented with different techniques and discovered that I could hold off orgasms for longer periods by slowing down my breathing and focusing on the sensations of my body. What is this sorcery? I cried out loud.
What surprised me the most was how intense the orgasm was when I finally allowed myself to release. It was like all the sexual tension had built up to a point where the release was explosive. I was also surprised at how much more in tune with my body I felt. By paying attention to the sensations and the build-up of sexual tension, I became more aware of my sexual response and what I enjoyed. Since then, I’ve continued to practice edging and I have even incorporated it into my sexual experiences with partners. It’s a fun and pleasurable way to explore my sexuality and increase my sexual satisfaction. I would recommend it to other women who are looking to enhance their sexual pleasure.
Trying It With Yourself, a Partner or Vibrator
Edging creates a more intense orgasm because there’s so much teasing and flirting – it makes the experience more fun and erotic. When you practice edging, you’re basically allowing your partner tease you until you feel like you can’t hold off any longer. And when you finally reach the point of orgasm, you’ll notice that it’s more intense and sometimes, it even lasts longer! It’s important that you pay attention to the feeling and be honest with yourself on whether or not it made a difference in how much pleasure you felt.
1. Start slowly
If you’re new to edging, start slowly and gradually build up. But don’t expect to be able to hold off orgasms for a long time right away. Experiment with different techniques and see what works best for you. The key is to listen to your body.
2. Communicate with your partner
If you’re practicing edging with a partner, be vocal with them about what feels good and let them know when you’re close to orgasm. This can help them adjust their stimulation and make the experience more pleasurable for both of you.
3. Pay attention to your body
As you’re practicing edging, pay attention to how your body feels and the sensations you’re experiencing. This can help you become more in tune with your sexual response and can enhance your overall sexual experience.
4. Have fun!
Edging can be a fun and pleasurable way to explore your sexuality and increase your sexual satisfaction. Don’t take it too seriously and remember to enjoy the experience.
Edging can be a fun. However, it’s important to be aware of potential risks such as discomfort or pain from prolonged stimulation and to communicate with your partner to ensure that you are both comfortable and enjoying the experience. Additionally, it’s important to remember that edging is not for everyone and it’s perfectly okay to explore your sexuality in ways that feel comfortable and pleasurable to you. Whether you choose to try edging or not, the most important thing is to prioritize your pleasure and sexual well-being. By communicating with your partner, paying attention to your body and sexual response, and exploring different techniques, you can enhance your sexual satisfaction and enjoyment.
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