Beyond Lovemaking: The Many Benefits Of Whole-Body Massage

Hi, I would like to know why I can have sex with my wife and not ejaculate or feel the need to unless I hear that she sounds like she’s getting excited because it’s pleasurable or she’s about to come, thanks Johann


  • Michael Castleman says:

    Sexual arousal is contagious. When you sense that she’s turned on, you get turned on, and visa versa. But if you can’t get to orgasm/ejaculation (O/E) without her screaming, that suggests a problem.

    You’re not alone. At some point in life, around 10 percent of men experience orgasm/ejaculation difficulties, but it gets very little media attention. It’s men’s secret sex problem.

    Fortunately, it’s usually pretty easy to cure. Sex therapists have developed a program that teaches men to generalize on the O/E function they still have and expand it so they can come in other situations. I’ve distilled this program in to a low-cost self-help e-article, Can’t Get There? Help for Orgasm/Ejaculation Difficulties. It comes with a money-back guarantee from PayPal, so it’s risk-free.

    When you say “unless she gets excited,” I’m inferring that this happens during intercourse. Yes, many women love intercourse and find it exciting. But only 25% of women are consistently orgasmic from the old in-out. Most women need direct clitoral stimulation to come. If this is news to you, you (and she) might benefit from my low-cost e-book, Enjoy the Best Sex of Your Life. Its 135 chapters (including the one on O/E issues) deal with all aspects of lovemaking, and may well help you guys fine tune yours so that you both have a wonderful time.

    I wish you great sex.

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