Edging and Ejaculation Control Workshop
Time & Location
About The Event
This will be an hour long workshop meanly focused on people with a penis so this means men and transgender people are all welcome!
Joe Davies will be on camera guiding the session and you will follow his instructions, both verbal and physical.
This workshop of course expect you all to masturbate but you do NOT need to be on camera if you do not want to.
What is "edging"?
Edging is just one way to make masturbation or partner sex last longer and, of course, it is a way to naturally extend sexual activity.
While not true for everyone, people who have a penis often reach climax more easily than people who have a vagina.
In some cases, climax may occur within a few minutes of penetration. This includes oral, anal, and vaginal sex.
You don't need to have your camera on if you don't want to.
Edging can allow you to exert more control over your own orgasm. This may allow you to prolong solo or partner play, help prevent premature ejaculation, and more.
What are the benefits?
Edging may be used more in sexual play, as it invites a great deal of suspense and fun into the bedroom. But the practice has its origins in helping individuals treat or prevent premature ejaculation.
Many people who have a penis are able to climax in a short period of time. People who experience premature orgasm, however, reach climax before they wish to.
Edging, or purposefully stopping thrusting or rubbing in order to prevent climax, can prevent you from reaching the sudden pinnacle of sexual sensation.
People who have a vagina may also experience premature orgasms, though this is less common.
Another benefit of sexual edging is a more intense orgasm. The delayed gratification aspect of edging may make your eventual climax feel more powerful.
For some people, this is the entire purpose of edging — pushing their orgasm to the brink once or several times so that the overall sensation is stronger.
Is edging the same thing as delayed ejaculation (anorgasmia)?
Edging is different from delayed ejaculation (DE) or anorgasmia.
DE is a medical condition in which a person with a penis can’t ejaculate. If they can ejaculate, they may need more than 30 minutes of sexual stimulation in order to reach orgasm.
Many people experience occasional episodes of DE.
If you find that it regularly takes more than 30 minutes to ejaculate, or that you’re unable to ejaculate at all, you may be experiencing an underlying condition.
DE may be caused by a number of different physical and psychological conditions, so consider making an appointment with a doctor or other healthcare provider.
They can assess your symptoms and make a diagnosis, if needed. In many cases, medications or psychotherapy can help restore healthy ejaculation.
Can you get ‘backed up’ if you edge too much?
Edging can’t cause semen or ejaculate to back up into your body in any way.
Ejaculate won’t expel into your bladder, kidneys, or elsewhere if you don’t release the fluid during climax.
Once you stop edging and reach climax, any semen or ejaculate your body created will be released.
If you don’t ejaculate, your body will break down the ejaculate and recycle its different components.
Retrograde ejaculation is a condition in which semen enters your bladder instead of exiting through the urethra during an orgasm. Edging doesn’t cause retrograde ejaculation.
Instead, this condition may be caused by physical issues, such as an injury, or other medical condition, including diabetes and multiple sclerosis.
Who is it for?
The workshop is open to all genders and sexual orientation, there is always something new to learn about how to please yourself and/or your partner and how to last longer.
What do you need?
A comfy position and support to play with yourself for an hour, lube, porn videos to help you out if you like and... LOADS of tissues! ;)
- Zoom Event£5£50£0