How to Ejaculate Faster: 16 Things to Try During Sex or Masturbation

How to Ejaculate Faster: 16 Things to Try During Sexual Orgasm

1) Don’t try to force yourself to come.

You will not succeed and you may even hurt your partner. Your best bet is just enjoy the experience and don’t worry about whether you came or didn’t come.

If you have a hard time getting off, then you need to focus on something else other than ejaculating.

2) Make sure you are relaxed before you begin.

Some guys like to take their clothes off right away, but I prefer to wait until my body feels good and relaxed first. So I usually lie down on the bed with my eyes closed and relax for a few minutes.

Then I get up slowly while keeping eye contact with him/her so they know I am ready to go again.

3) When you feel comfortable enough, start moving your hips back and forth.

Sometimes I do this while holding onto his hand. Other times I simply move my legs apart and let him guide me where he wants to go.

It really depends on the way he’s feeling at any given moment.

4) Once you’re in the position that feels most natural for both of you, make sure you keep going for as long as possible without stopping or slowing down.

You want to avoid letting your body get used to the pace, so try switching it up.

5) For the most part, I prefer to let him lead while I just go with the flow (literally).

But when I want to take charge, I start grinding my hips back and forth slowly at first. Then, when he’s used to my rhythm, I switch it up again by thrusting faster or reversing direction completely.

He likes it when I’m on top because I can change the pace or simply stop whenever I want.

6) Let your partner talk to you about what they like and don’t like.

The last thing you want to do is force them into something that isn’t working. If you’re not sure if what you’re doing is working for them, ask them.

As long as you keep the communication open, you’ll be able to find ways of pleasing each other.

7) You can also incorporate toys into your love making sessions.

My boyfriend and I enjoy using a vibrator on my clitoris at times. This helps me achieve an explosive climax within a few minutes.

You can also buy male masturbators that simulate different sensations for him so he can last longer. I highly recommend searching for these on Amazon as there are so many different options to choose from.

8) Try different positions to see what feels best for you.

You want to find one that is the most pleasurable for you both so you can reach your desired goal at the same time.

9) Finally, don’t be afraid to use lube!

You can find a wide range of different types of lubes for all types of situations and sensations. From warming lubes that give you a tingling sensation to extreme silicone lubes that never get sticky, you will surely find something that will work with your body.

10) As I mentioned before, don’t get frustrated if it isn’t working right away. Some sessions may not result in an explosive climax every time.

That’s OK! Just enjoy the time you spend together and relax. The more you try, the better your chances become so don’t give up!

We all have a lot of expectations for ourselves and sometimes we just need to remember to cut ourselves some slack. I hope that this article helps you achieve your goals.

Good luck and remember to take it slow!

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