We know that indulging in some foreplay is a great way to make lads last longer in bed, but does it really heighten her sexual satisfaction?
Surprisingly research suggests that warming up before sex doesn’t necessarily make the romp between the sheets much better.
Or the "squeeze method," for people with penises, in which you or your partner squeeze the tip of the penis to stop stimulation for a few seconds.
Interestingly, men said that their female partners reached climax 85% of the time, which can mean only one thing – they're faking it. There are several ways you can increase her chances of climax, here are the top three: Dress to impress - Experiment with dressing up to boost your sexual arousal.According to a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, the main event is actually more important than fooling around before it. Try the ‘squeeze technique’ (squeeze the penis tip near climax to prevent ejaculation), and the stop-start technique (reduce simulation when nearing climax).Squeezing the penis when you feel like you about to ejaculate Experts quizzed more than 2,300 ladies about their bedroom habits with questions about how often they usually climax and and how long sexual acts tend to last.People with penises and vaginas can both edge, and many people with penises do it to avoid premature ejaculation, which affects an estimated one-third of all men.Edging is different from delayed ejaculation in men, because it's something you're doing on purpose.