Delayed Ejaculation, also called retarded ejaculation, is the third most common sexual dysfunction in men.

Although it is nowhere near as prevalent as premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, it affects as many as 8% of men in recent studies.

There are a number of physiological reasons for delayed ejaculation, but in most cases the cause is psychological, rather than physically based.

Delayed ejaculation is technically defined as “a man needing 30 minutes or more of sexual stimulation to reach orgasm and ejaculation.”

You can see how from a Tantric perspective, this isn’t really a problem. The real problem with delayed ejaculation seems to lie more in how we view orgasm and ejaculation as the “goal” of any sexual encounter, and how for most men orgasm = ejaculation.

But in fact, men are capable of over 8 different kinds of orgasm, 7 of which do not include or require emission of any type.

When both partners reframe their sexual encounter to focus on connection and pleasure, and remove climactic orgasm as the goal, these other flavors of orgasm have an opportunity to arise spontaneously and naturally.

Then you acquire the ability to have a multiple orgasms, of all different flavors and sensations, and your lovemaking becomes an adventure in pleasure, play, and connection, as opposed to a goal oriented race to the finish line.

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