Tease and Denial

Last Updated: October 2, 2017

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Definition - What does Tease and Denial mean?

Tease and denial is a practice that involves stimulating a partner's genitals until orgasm is almost inevitible and then stopping or reducing stimulation to keep the partner on the brink of orgasm without allowing them to reach it. If orgasm occurs before the giver intends, it is usually what is considered a "ruined" orgasm, bringing about far less pleasure than usual.

When subjects are repeatedly teased to the point of orgasm without release it may leave them with feelings of intense arousal and psychological need.

Kinkly explains Tease and Denial

Tease and denial is a form of erotic denial that allows dominant partners to practice control over their submissive partners.

Because of the psychological component that accompanies tease and denial, it is important that partners are able to communicate openly about the practice.

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