These videos demonstrate why it's so important that I be his discipline for retaining as he is weakest at the moment of intercourse. While every woman is not going to be as limber, or have the vaginal strength as other women, or even be as comfortable in letting it all go and being a sexual being, there are great benefits in practicing and strengthening and fun in seeing what your yoni can be. I'll let Grace demonstrate (Her husband also retains)
Hopefully these exercises will give some insight in how to awaken your yoni. I think this also shows why my husband needs a strong aversive stimulus to prevent ejaculation and help him focused on retaining and keep that chi cycling between us until I've received my ninth orgasm and we put his penis away until our next session that he's very much looking forward too.
I thought I would share this realizing not every women is going to feel comfortable doing yoni exercises the way Grace does. Hopefully though this can give you some ideas, and then you can make your own sexual prep practices something that is comfortable for you. Sex prep can truly enhance your strength and ability to orgasm.
Before he was retaining, my husband would maybe last a few minutes. With retention, my yoni is able to take full advantage of his lingam. Yoga centered on the yoni can really pay off when you have a male with a penis that's there for the long haul during intercourse. And since sex no longer revolves around goal oriented male ejaculation, he's more in moment with me. When I'm finished, he's still hoping for more. He doesn't get more, but I may sit on his face, and even get a thank you later for my resolve in helping him retain. Initially he may have some resentment when the session ends, but he's short sighted at that moment. He knows sex is best for him this way.
Hope this helps.
Thanks to my hubby for help with the website ...and the orgasms!
DISCLAIMER: This blog depicts the loving consensual agreed upon relationship between the author and her husband. Every relationship should be safe, sane, and consensual. Anything else is illegal. This blog is not meant to substitute for your personal due diligence and is not to be taken as medical advice.