Orgasm Denial

Definition - What does Orgasm Denial mean?

Orgasm denial is a kind of sex play that involves maintaining a high level of arousal for an extended period of time without orgasm. This practice is often used in conjunction with BDSM. During orgasm denial, the dominant partner will usually stimulate the submissive partner to the brink of orgasm and then abruptly stop all stimulation. This cycle may be repeated as the partners wish.

There are several ways that orgasm denial can occur. Chasity belts or other devices can be used to prevent any stimulation of the genitals, while other methods can involve direct stimulation and withdrawal of stimulation.

Orgasm denial is also known as erotic sexual denial.

Kinkly explains Orgasm Denial

For dominant partners, practicing orgasm denial can increase feelings of control and power. For submissive partners, practicing orgasm denial can increase satisfying sensations of submission and objectification.

Orgasm denial can be used as a training tool for things like increasing tolerance for stimulation, learning how to control orgasms, learning how to orgasm on demand, and learning how to be a more eager-to-please partner.

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