The Sex Itself

This chapter has always been the final destination of the manual you’re reading. After all, your aim was never to last longer during masturbation or calm yourself through deep breathing while walking down the street. No, it was to last a lot longer and perform a lot better in bed – during sex.

Before we get into the meat of this chapter, we’ll first take a quick look at what it contains. That’s the best way of keeping the information simple and easy to take in, learn, and ultimately use to your advantage.

There are 3 distinct sections to this chapter.

The first two contain more powerful and effective information on how to control your orgasm during sex.

The third section, however, is where we put it all together. It’s where we’ll combine all the information, advice and techniques that we’ve discussed so far into a complete ejaculatory control approach.

Let’s get a move on with the first of the 3 sections I’ve just mentioned.



Most people, let alone men, don’t realise what a huge role sex positions play in sex. Using a variety of different positions is usually just considered a way to make sex more interesting, or sometimes, more pleasurable. The reality is, every single sex position that exists has a different effect on the male and female body. Furthermore, knowing exactly how to use a variety of sex positions properly can have an unbelievable impact on not only your ability to control when you ejaculate, but also in a much broader sense – in deciding whether you’re a truly confident, sensuous and exciting sexual partner.

In this section, we’re going to talk about two different aspects of sex positions.

1. How effective they are individually in pleasuring you and the woman you’re with.

2. The arousal control associated with each position. I.E. Which give you the highest amount of arousal control and which give you the least.

We’ll then combine both of those two points to determine not only which sex positions are best in general, but when they should each be used during a love-making session.

Let’s first look at a common sex position misconception.


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