1. Most often this happens in BDSM practices
One partner orders the other not to reach orgasm by any means, or it turns out in the process. For a submissive relationship, this is just one of the games that enhances the sensations.
2. And alone too
Refusal of orgasm during self-gratification is a way to show will or focus on non-sexual sensations.
3. Sex is good without orgasm
The higher levels of pleasure are pleasurable in themselves, and the refusal of an orgasm just before the “explosion” adds spice.
4. It’s not the same as teetering on the edge.
Both practices delay orgasm, but the goals are different. Balancing is the suppression of orgasm for some time, but it still remains the goal. If denied, no.
5. There are several types of orgasm refusal.
For example, retention is a strong attraction under control. Or the refusal of bondage: the partner is bound, and his experience of submission becomes even more acute. Rejection with toys (such as a ring or chastity belt). Finally, just the unwillingness to have an orgasm.
6. This is an interesting experiment
Giving up orgasm is not only a way to show restraint, but also an opportunity to get to know your partner better, to get new sensations from your sex life. It’s hardly worth making this a daily practice, but turning it into a fun game – why not?