Can Masturbation Make You Better at Sex?

Posted on Nov 10, 2017

Thankfully, we’re living in a time when both male and female masturbation is much more accepted. We’ve finally reached a point where we can admit that everyone does – and quite rightly should – indulge in some me-time. Now the question has turned to whether or not masturbation can make you better at sex.

Well, we think we have the answer and some pretty convincing arguments that is does…

Getting to know yourself

No one knows your body as well as you do. It doesn’t matter if it’s a long-term partner, or a Select Sydney escort that you’re meeting for the first time, they still won’t know your hot spots the way you do. And how did you get to know your body so well? By looking at it and touching it.

Spend time masturbating and you’ll soon work out where and how you like to be touched. You should take this insider knowledge into the bedroom with you, because it’ll help you get the most out of your sexual encounter. You’re well-versed in how you like it, but your partner may not be.

Communicate with your partner by either showing or telling them what you enjoy. Maybe you only want her to focus on your shaft? Or you know you get extra hard if she stimulates your perineum – the area of skin between the scrotum and anus.

All of this extra shared pleasure will have stemmed from your solo moments.

Build up your stamina

Masturbation can be a great way to build up your stamina during sex. Sure, some wanks may only last a couple of minutes, but if you delay ejaculation you’ll be able to go for longer. Not just when you’re on your own, but when you’re with a woman too.

Here’s how to build up your bedroom stamina:

  • Lube up and start masturbating until you’re fully erect
  • Keep stroking your cock, but stop before you reach your personal point of no return
  • Take your hand away and wait for 20 to 30 seconds, giving yourself a little time to calm down and gently squeeze the glans (just under the head of your cock)
  • When you’re ready start masturbating again slowly build yourself back up close to the point of climax
  • Stop and repeat the process.

Delaying ejaculation two or three times in a session is plenty. Do it too much and you could actually injure yourself.

When you first try this, you may only be able to delay gratification once. That’s fine. The more you practise the process, the greater your stamina will become. Not only could this lead to longer sex sessions with a partner, but it could also be key to unlocking the secret to multiple male orgasms.

Up your libido blonde female pulling pants down

If your libido is lacking, masturbation can help. Climaxing can lower testosterone levels, but it also floods your body with a heap of other feel-good sex hormones. Having a tug will help keep your sex standby light on, so that you’ll be able to become aroused more easily when you’re with a partner.

So, yes! Masturbation can go some way to making you better in bed. Really though, we think practise makes perfect.

If you feel like you’ve been masturbating a little too much and you’re ready to spend time with someone other than yourself, then go ahead and book a date with one of our gorgeous Select Sydney Escorts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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