One of our female followers asked me to cover this topic, so in the pursuit of her curiosity, here we go. In reviewing previous posts, this subject has actually been brought up or referred to several times and by multiple women and even a few men as well, so I know it’s not an isolated practice. I confess to having no expertise in this area, but I’m sure others do, and I would encourage you to weigh in accordingly.
There have been several comments along the lines of women “controlling or denying” their husbands/boyfriends orgasms. How long they deny their partners sex also seems to run the gambit, from a few days to a few months or perhaps even indefinitely. Recently, the subject of “cock cages” came up as a way to restrain their male partners from even getting an erection, which is also associated with this topic.
In thinking about this subject, I can think of only one instance where this would even remotely appeal to me personally. For example, if my wife were to say to me, “Tonight I’m having sex with Eddy (her big boy toy) and you have to watch,” well, that would be very unexpected, but because it was unexpected, it would be titillating and yes, perhaps even exciting. But to be denied sex on a regular basis, probably not so much.
I think what this is all about, at least from what I’ve read, is the power and control this gives a woman in the relationship. Is this a modern day form of “Not tonight honey, I have a headache?” :) Denying him access or release gives her the ultimate power, and I suppose the “Cock Cage” serves to cement that power. By controlling his release, maybe this is just another form of “behavior modification” as well.
OK readers, what do you think? Do any of you practice any form of orgasm denial or control? If so, how would you describe it and define it for you? And how do you put it into practice so to speak? How long do you deny him, and astly, what are the advantages/disadvantages to this control?
Please share your thoughts on the subject for the rest of us. Thanks