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The magnificent rise and drop of wonderful hormonal flow that occurs after sexual stimulation and arousal, is what we call orgasm. Its package could come with leg-twitching, earth-quaking, and knee-shaking, among the impacts of an extraordinary session in bed or wherever. It gives a climax emotion of human bliss and connection that feels heavenly. What if you delay the feeling and keep backing it up as you move towards the endpoint? Do this repeatedly to enjoy the sensations. This is the so-called edging. This article will define edging and explain how you can do it. 

What’s edging?

Ventus et al. (2020) explained edging, also known as orgasm control or start-stop technique as a common method known to deal with premature ejaculation. It contains various stimulation cycles that can cause more intensifying orgasms. The main objective of edging is extending the period one engages in sexual activity. You can do it in solo sessions or with a playmate. Anybody can edge, regardless of gender or sexual bearings. Usually, you get aroused to the point of ejaculating or orgasm, but stop before it happens and distract the stimulation to start afresh. The action may be repeated as many times as possible. Also, it's a proper method to prevent premature ejaculation in both males and females. It's due to an improved duration of sexual moments. Through it, you may exploit chances of building confidence and experimenting with sex. 

Edging is achieved through realizing the sensation and changing your sexual intensity. It may be by completely stopping the stimulation, changing position, or slowing down for some time. This is how you extend your time in bed. As a result, you may change your focus, taking it further from cumming. Hence, you'll easily enjoy and spend longer than usual. Additionally, through edging, you can learn your sexual stimulants. In 2018, a study suggested that females can reach the crescendo through coitus alone. Stimulating the clit brings out the best results and makes orgasm feel even better. Again, new couples may find sex to be a hard experience, but edging can help them talk over their sexual desires and interests. This makes it easier to note multiple things about each other. According to Rawla (2019), frequent ejaculation can possibly prevent symptoms related to prostate cancer.

How to Edge

Are you interested in practicing edging? Well, start by listening to your body to notice the signals. It could involve trial and error, but that’s perfect. The following are some of the ways to employ edging.

The Stop-Start Technique

  • Set the environment- Lock all entrances, turn down or make lights dim, spray some air diffuser, and play your favorite soft music.
  • Set the mood- With eyes closed, you can caress her body until she erects or her pussy becomes wet.
  • Begin licking and stroking her cock, stimulating the clit, or any other stuff to make her cum.
  • Stop the stimulation when she feels like releasing- Either slow down the stroking or stop the activity. Let her breathe deeply and open her eyes. 
  • To make it interesting she can think of an earlier excitement source- What made you excited at the start? Notice the body changes. Are you excited even more? Is your boy shaking or sweating?
  • If she wants she can release the feeling and get to the climax. The orgasms might feel more pleasurable and last longer. Be keen to realize a difference in the pleasure from edging.

  • Begin again from arousal- Exploit various foreplay activities of your choice or sexual posture with the partner. Sensitize her G-spot, try oral sex, nipple sucking, licking, or flicking to get them on the go. 
  • Ensure they give a sign when nearly ejaculating.
  • Completely stop thrusting or reduce your intensity until you get back to where you started (plateau).
  • Stimulate your body again and continue with step three till the release time comes again and you’re ready to let yourself achieve orgasm. 


Morris et al. (2012) stated that the ballooning method best serves people with premature ejaculation problems. It includes;

  • Focus on the most sensitive area of your cock. Avoid touching other penile parts except for this spot.
  • Use your finger to make circular motions on this area gently.
  • Continue with the movement until you get hard, and don't stop till the ejaculating feeling comes.
  • Get your fingers off right before you release the cum.
  • Allow yourself to feel soft before massaging the area again until you get to orgasm. 
  • Do the process again severally without ejaculating. In ballooning, you learn how to last longer by understanding how to control the orgasm moments during sex. It is simply all about refraining from orgasm to attain the goals of the practice. 

Using a Vibrator

Make your woman feel more adventurous by using a vibrator. We've got vibrators that guide you to notice the changes in her body as you thrust or sensitize her clit. The advantage of vibrators is that they can help utilize various penetration levels, vibration rhythms and speed, and different angles on her body. You only require your imagination and creativity to go further.  There's nothing like a regular orgasm. The pleasure obtained from sex is subjective. While some people enjoy limiting themselves from achieving orgasm, others like it when the release is quick. 

The Bottom Line

If you want to take charge of your mindfulness on when and how to reach the climax, simply choose to edge for the better. It can help boost her confidence which can be valuable in other life aspects, especially in having sex with partners. The fact that only 18% of women can reach the crescendo through penetrative intercourse, it should give you a chance to shine by building your confidence in bed. If you've got a more secure feeling of attaining orgasms, be sure things soften in your partner's presence. It feels great knowing her tipping point and discussing with your partner how to make it even more interesting.


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Rawla, P. (2019). Epidemiology of prostate cancer. World journal of oncology10(2), 63.

Ventus, D., Gunst, A., Arver, S., Dhejne, C., Öberg, K. G., Zamore-Söderström, E., ... & Jern, P. (2020). Vibrator-Assisted start–stop exercises improve premature ejaculation symptoms: A randomized controlled trial. Archives of sexual behavior49(5), 1559-1573.