Dry Orgasms

A popular Tantric technique involves “dry orgasms,” or orgasms without ejaculation. This is designed to allow people to benefit from the “release” of an orgasm without the “grand finale” aspect that is often connected with ejaculation.

Mastering the Technique

A lot of men who achieve multiple orgasms on a regular basis do so after mastering the technique of having dry orgasms, usually through a lot of trial and error. However, some men find dry orgasms to be uncomfortable or even painful. Plus, it is not an easy task to master, often taking lots of practice. Basically, it requires tightly contracting pubococcygeus muscles (the same ones used to stop the flow of urine when going to the bathroom) at the simultaneous moment of orgasm. This requires a lot of self-control and awareness on the part of the man, which is a tall order considering many men have trouble focusing when they are about to climax.

Temporarily Drying Up the Well

If a man has several orgasms in a very short period of time, he will begin to have dry orgasms (whether he wants to or not) because he has basically used up all of his available supply of seminal fluid and caused his ejaculate to “dry up.” This lasts only a short time, however, because the body can restock seminal fluid very quickly. Normally, the man's seminal reservoir is well stocked again within a few hours.

There is a new product called the Aneros Prostate Massager that is designed to help men achieve powerful, dry, full-body orgasms in rapid succession. According to men who have tried this product, it results in an entirely different (yet extremely pleasurable) climax than a “normal” orgasm. You can learn more about this product at www.aneros.com.

The term dry orgasm is also sometimes used to mean an orgasm of the mind — a mental orgasm, if you will, where no ejaculation is attempted or desired.

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