In this post we’re going to discuss something called a co-op
technique. A co-op technique (which stands for cooperative) is
one which involves you and your partner.

There are two ways to handle this. If your partner knows that you have a problem with rapid ejaculation and is the understanding type, then you can ask her if it’s okay for you to do this co-op technique one night.

If, however, you’d rather not bring the subject out into the open or if you think your partner might find this a bit weird, then you’ll have to do it stealthily and slightly differently. We’ll start with the first option: you and her, working co-operatively,out in the open.

Begin sex as usual. Initiate foreplay and make it last at least 5 or 10 minutes. This can include kissing, massaging/groping, oral (as long as it doesn’t make you go over a 6 on the stimulation scale) and anything else you can think of and both enjoy doing.

You should have briefed your partner ahead of time on what you’re both going to do. Here it is. You’re going to have sex in four different sex positions. These are:

1. Missionary position (you on top, as she lies under you).
2. Spoons (you both lying on your sides, with you behind her). 3. Cowgirl (her on top, facing you).
4. Reverse missionary (she lies totally flat on her belly, you kneel-with one knee on either side of her body-above her)

Okay, you’re going to perform these in the order shown above.
You’re going to perform each position for as long as it takes you to reach a 7 or 8 on the stimulation scale.

While performing each position you should ask yourself the
following questions (either silently, or as a discussion with
your partner).

1. How tight does this feel on my penis? 2. How intense is the
stimulation on my penis? 3. How quickly is it building up the
stimulation? 4. How long does it take for me to go from 0 to 8 on the stimulation scale while in this position? 5. How easy is it for me to bring myself back down the stimulation while in this position by altering my thrust speed, depth and angle?

By asking yourself the questions above, you’ll be able to
determine exactly which sex positions afford you the most control of your stimulation levels and which afford you the least.

Based on this information, you can then rank them from the most
intense to the least intense and then – you guessed it – use them in this order during your subsequent sexual encounters.

Don’t worry about it getting samey. You can still mix it up a
bit. The important thing is that you now know which positions are a big no-no when you’re already on the edge of coming. That’s a very, very useful piece of knowledge to have.

If you don’t want to or simply can’t do this experiment openly
with your partner, so she knows what you’re doing, then do it

If you can’t take a break between each position to cool off
before trying the next one, as you should do when performing the experiment openly with your partner, then you’ll need to spread the experiment over several sexual encounters.

This is okay, it will just take a little longer to put together
your list of most intense sex positions and the least intense sex positions.

In another post we’ll cover another co-op technique that you
can use to help build you sexual stamina.




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