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There Are No Accidents With Cock Control (Part II)

Control Is Yours IF You Want It Orgasm Control: It’s a Conscious Choice, Regardless of Circumstances It’s Not the Wild West of Wanking!

First, you have and exert as much self-control, cock control, orgasm control, and every other kind of control AS YOU WANT to have and exert. I mean, you ARE a grown . . . → Read More: There Are No Accidents With Cock Control (Part II)

There Are No Accidents With Cock Control

This “Accident” Word

An unforeseen and unplanned event or circumstance… Lack of intention … : chance… an unfortunate event resulting especially from carelessness or ignorance… Medical : an unexpected and medically important bodily event especially when injurious… US, informal — used euphemistically to refer to an uncontrolled or involuntary act…

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What Does Orgasm Control and Denial REALLY Mean To YOU?! (TD Part Two)

Your Orgasm Control (aka Tease and Denial) Menu Option One: Orgasm Control and the Happy Ending

I call this “temporary” denial or orgasm delay, where you are teased mercilessly, edged repeatedly, and driven absolutely mad with lust, but eventually you are allowed, instructed or ordered to offload that seminal cargo.

You know you are . . . → Read More: What Does Orgasm Control and Denial REALLY Mean To YOU?! (TD Part Two)

Tease and Denial: Make Your Desired Outcome Clear (TD Part One)

Ascertaining the Parameters of a Tease and Denial Session

When I have a caller request a session of tease and denial, I listen carefully to the desires he expresses for edging, guided masturbation, CBT, the Stop-and-Go game, pacing, utilization of specific triggers, and/or any other aspect which is important to him in a session.

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Semantics and Stroking: Tease and Denial Or… Tease and Delay?

Teasing the Cock

You see the references to “tease and denial” everywhere you look. It’s easy enough to get the teasing part, and I think we’re all more or less on the same page there.

Of course, we all know that what drives one individual to the brink of orgasmic insanity does not necessarily . . . → Read More: Semantics and Stroking: Tease and Denial Or… Tease and Delay?