Erotic sexual denial
- A person is either deprived of all genital stimulation for an extended period of time by means such as chastity belts, cock cages, bondage, or diaper domination, or
- A person is brought to, and kept, at a heightened state of sexual arousal for an extended length of time without allowing them to orgasm. In BDSM, this is also called tie and tease (referring to bondage) and tease and denial.
- In the end, they can be allowed an orgasm, which is generally much stronger than normal. This is also called orgasm control, edging, peaking, or surfing, and is also found outside BDSM.
- Or they can be denied an orgasm, which leaves them sexually frustrated, but in the case of males, also able to respond more strongly to further sexual stimulation on the same, or next, day.
Erotic sexual denial can be done on male and female partners alike.
Orgasm denial in BDSM vs. orgasm control outside BDSM
In BDSM, these practices feed the sadistic and masochistic pleasures of the partners and are also usually part of a longer-term D/s or S/M relationship. In non-BDSM forms of orgasm control, the aim is the giving and receiving of the intensely pleasurable sensations involved, and the period of control is limited to a single encounter which ends in orgasm.
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