Psychologically speaking, however, delayed gratification describes the process of resisting the temptation of an immediate reward in preference for a later, ostensibly more gratifying reward, a notion that some men believe also translates to their ejaculative satisfaction. And ever since then, the concept of delayed gratification has become altogether meaningless. Because who wants to delay that sort of gratification? Life is short and all I know is that these days, and all the days since the first day, I abide by my own psychological underpinning: I want to ejaculate as often as my significant other and my testicles will permit. So who do we believe? Well, according to Jamin Brahmbhatt, our go-to source for all things phallic that lesser urologists are unwilling to entertain, it is true that the longer a man waits to ejaculate, the more likely he is to see a higher volume of semen.
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This twisted logic leads them to endorse an unhelpful practice common to Internet porn users, called edging. This is masturbating up to the edge of orgasm, then stopping to cool things down, then revving up again. Three common versions of edging:. For those trying to overcome problematic porn use, edging while viewing porn or fantasizing about porn is far worse than simply having an orgasm and getting it over with.