Sex doesn't always have to be a slow, tantric-inspired session,some are very fast releasing many lazy many dont last long because of you to how to make your Woman or Man enjoy you
This is how to help you last longer below:
1. First things first: Don't get too preoccupied with pulling an all-nighter.
“Women are supposed to want hour-long s*x," says relationship and s*xuality . That's great if that's what you want—but if you don’t, that’s okay too, Personally, every time I see a rom-com with a classic post-coital comment like, “Wow didn’t get any sleep last night,” my first thought is: How? Why? What about chafing? Making s*x last longer doesn't need to mean turning it into a marathon. “What someone wants—whether it's shorter or longer—is very individualized and also very contextual based on the relationship and partnership,”
2. Remember, s*x isn't all about penetration.
“S*x shouldn't simply be about something being in someone else's body for a particular period of time,” says Levkoff. Translation: Penetration doesn’t have to be the final destination. In fact, Jenni Skyler, a sex therapist at the Intimacy Institute in Boulder, Colorado, refers to sexual encounters as the Cheesecake of Pleasure when her patients need help mixing up their routine.
3. Foreplay can be the main event.
“Women’s s*xual response cycle varies from the average men’s s*xual response cycle in that their arousal patterns tend to rise, fall, and plateau before a climax,” says Sari Cooper, a certified s*x therapist and founder and director of the Center for Love and S*x in New York City. Take advantage of those fluctuations: “Two women can take full advantage by playing with their partner’s arousal levels through stimulating their more erogenous areas that heighten and increase arousal to a 7 or 8 (out of 10) then focusing on stimulating less erogenous areas to bring the arousal down to a 4 or 5.”
4. Hold a S*xy Q&A.
Talking counts as foreplay, too. In fact, Levkoff recommends it: “There are so many great conversations that take place when we're about to be intimate,” she says. Try a sexy Q&A to get you both in the right .
5. Try new positions.
If and when you do ultimately go for penetration, don't stick to just one position from beginning to all-too-soon end. "Switching positions and trying different types of stimulation can provide continued arousal but maybe not to the point of orgasm,"
6. Delay the orgasm.
When a male partner feels like he's about to ejaculate, he (or you) can grab his shaft right below the head and gently squeeze for 5 to 10 seconds. The pressure on his urethra and the constriction of blood flow will help repress his orgasm.
8. Use a condom.
Not only are condoms vital for preventing STIs, they can also help you make s*x last longer. For most guys, a condom decreases penis sensitivity—the thicker the condom, the less he'll feel and the longer it will take him to orgasm. Condoms come in all different thicknesses, ranging from 0.05 millimeters to 1 millimeter. If you're looking for a thick condom to decrease sensation,
9. Strengthen your pelvic floor.
The stronger your pelvic floor muscles, the stronger your orgasm.Studies show that Kegel exercises can help men improve the strength of their erection and help with premature ejaculation," says Levine.
10. Cheer yourself on.
You’ve been going at it for an hour. Your hair has never been more tangled, all your mascara has somehow left your eyelashes and flaked on to your cheeks, and the lacey bra you so carefully picked out is just a heap on the floor. How do you keep going when your pre-coital look has clearly fallen apart but you’re not quite ready to throw in the towel? Do a little mental cheerleading
11. Take a breather.
A shower, for example, doesn't have to mean s*x is over—it can be a part of the ongoing s*xual experience, a steamy break before orgasm number two.