At this point, OMGYes has 10 different pleasure modules that function as lessons in “edging” (developing bigger orgasms by approaching and denying), “hinting” (passing by and only occasionally indulging), “multiples” (overcoming sensitivity to build multiple orgasms), and so forth.
OK, but what does it teach?
I’ve become well-acquainted with a plethora of pussies over the course of the years, and if there is anything that OMGYes hits (strokes?) right on the head, it’s that vaginas come in an infinite variety of configurations, and each is unique in terms of what gets its dew dropping.
Men have a few key lessons to glean from this website besides mere technique: that learning what really works (and doesn't) for their partners is vital, that patience counts in the bedroom, and the more tools and tricks you have in your arsenal, the better.
Yeah, well what did you learn?
I would love to say that my technique was, is, and always will be flawless, but thank god I’m over 30 and have learned to admit when I have short, well, comings.
Many of the techniques offered by OMGYes were familiar to me, but there are two things that I did add to my repertoire.
First, as I should have learned years ago from Monty Python’s Meaning of Life, there are a number of things one can do before he goes stampeding toward the clitoris. From an early age, men are taught that as long as you can find the proverbial “little man in the boat”, you have your lady on her way to O-town. The reality is that sure, the clit will turn the key, but if you’re going to expertly pick that lock you’re going to need more tools and technique.
Second is the concept of “edging”, in which you build the excitement right to the tipping point of orgasm, then back off and let her cool down, even going so far as letting her lose her first couple of orgasms altogether. As any experienced lover of any gender knows, the female orgasm can be a finicky thing -- and the general theory is that once it has been inspired it cannot be allowed to diminish. It is true that for many woman, rebuilding a lost orgasm can be an equally lost battle. But the edging technique is extremely powerful, driving two-thirds of women to have longer, more intense orgasms.
Perhaps I’ve learned a third lesson as well: if there are ways to give your partner longer, more intense orgasms, but you won’t take the time to learn them, then you suck as a lover.