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What is edging?
Putting pleasure in the slow cooker.
Edging, in a sexual context, refers to the practice of intentionally delaying orgasm or climax during sexual activity. It involves bringing oneself or one's partner close to the point of orgasm and then purposefully slowing down or stopping stimulation to prolong the experience.
What makes it hot?
Heightened sensation: Edging involves building up sexual tension and pleasure, intensifying sensations and making the eventual climax more powerful.
Exploration of control: It allows individuals or couples to explore control over arousal and orgasm, creating a more mindful and deliberate approach to sexual pleasure.
Enhanced intimacy: Edging often involves clear communication and understanding between partners, fostering a deeper connection and shared exploration of each other's desires and boundaries.
No, edging can be enjoyed by individuals with various preferences. It's a versatile practice that can enhance pleasure for a broad range of people.
Yes, practicing edging may contribute to improved sexual stamina over time by increasing awareness of arousal levels and allowing for better control.
When done consensually and with communication, edging is generally safe. However, it's important to be attentive to your partner's comfort and to avoid pushing boundaries without clear communication.
Posted by Iso
Thursday 31 August 2023
Edging is a common sexual practice in today's increasingly open society. Kinkcurious? Here's what you need to know.
Communication is key: Clearly communicate with your partner about your interest in edging. Discuss boundaries, comfort levels, and establish a safe word if needed.
Take your time: Edging is about pacing and prolonging pleasure. Take your time, savour the sensations, and enjoy the journey rather than rushing to the destination.
Encourage feedback: Encourage open communication and feedback during the experience. Check in with your partner to ensure that they are comfortable and enjoying the process.
Disregarding boundaries: Always respect agreed-upon boundaries. If a partner indicates discomfort or the need to stop, immediately cease the edging activity to ensure a positive and consensual experience.
Focus solely on genital stimulation: Explore different forms of stimulation beyond just genital touch. Engage in a variety of sensual activities to enhance the overall experience.
Skip emotional check-ins: Edging can be an emotionally charged experience. Avoid neglecting emotional aspects by checking in with your partner about their feelings, desires, and any potential emotional responses.