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Erotic Sensual Denial: Sexually Torturous Pleasure

One of the most curious topics to be discussed when it comes to BDSM play is the erotic sensual denial or orgasm denial. In this post, Perth escourt will explain what kind of activity this is and why more and more people are enjoying the experience of being denied of sexual orgasm. Some people find it pleasurable – erotic physically and mentally.

Erotic sensual denial or orgasm denial is an activity in BDSM scene described as a sexual practice in which the hyped up state of sexual arousal of a participant is maintained for a long duration without getting to orgasmic climax. This can also be associated with sexual bondage. This is also known as orgasm control and is a form of sexual play.

Below, we will differentiate the different short term orgasm denial practices:

Tease and Denial

This practice is done wherein a person’s genitalia is teased via stimulation until he or she is closed to exploding to orgasm. And at that point, the stimulation is reduced onto the genitalia as to keep the participant on the edge of receiving orgasm but not attaining it full.

The point here is to deprive the recipient from orgasm; that is typically bringing less pleasure although there’s a hint of going orgasm and can be considered as “ruined orgasm”.

Tie and Tease

For a full orgasm control, the participant or the submissive is tied up with the incorporation of physical restraints. This is very familiar part of sex games and originated from the practice of BDSM. With that, the participant is inflicted with sexual frustration, hence there is erotic denial. It’s more like a pleasurable psychological torture making the participant wanting and hungrily needing their libido to be satisfied.

The tie and tease scene is not only intense physically and as aforementioned psychologically overwhelming. This is because the participant is helpless because of induced physical bondage.

Total Denial

In this practice, BDSM practitioners and D/s relationship make use of chastity belt or locking devices for men and women submissives. With this one, sexual arousal can still be achieved but of course, the genitalia and parts are deprived of physical contact and stimulation.

These erotic denial is a form of control that creates a needing for the denied party. This allows the dominant to train and have control over their submissives. This also harbours increased intimacy and have great benefits on the psychological aspect between the participants.

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