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About ruined orgasms

Ruined orgasms:

If you're in orgasm denial training, your Masturbatrix might decide to allow you an orgasm at some point: but she may decide that it will be a ruined orgasm. When your Masturbatrix gives you a ruined orgasm she will stimulate you (or allow you to stimulate yourself) to the "point of no return", where an orgasm is going to happen - and she removes her hand (or other source of erotic stimulation), and allows the ejaculation to occur, with severely diminished or absent normal feelings of orgasmic pleasure and release.

Why would a Masturbatrix want to ruin your orgasm? Why not just deny you all together? Well for one - if you have any orgasm, full or ruined, you will stop your whining and begging for release. Although we Masturbation Mistressess do love to hear your pleas of passion, there comes a time when it gets too much. A ruined orgasm will give us respite from the begging.

Another reason: It's so FUNNY, to see the look on the poor cockstroker's face, going from ecstasy to "what the hell!", when he realizes that you've taken your hand away, yet his penis refuses to engage the "Reverse" gear - Penis is going for it, whether Hand is there or not. So the cockstroker knows, it will be a while before he gets to play the orgasm lottery again.

As for what the stroke trainees think about ruined orgasm vs. no orgasm, it's pretty much a 50-50 split. Everyone loves an orgasm, of course, but orgasm denial devotees love that turned on, needing, desparate feeling: and with any orgasm, ruined or complete, in exchange for a few seconds of bliss and a bit of release, he relinquishes that desperate feeling he so loves.

Blue balls

Blue balls is a slang term for the condition of temporary fluid congestion (vasocongestion) in the testicles accompanied by testicular pain, caused by prolonged sexual arousal in the human male without ejaculation. The term is thought to have originated in the United States, first appearing in 1916. Some urologists call the condition "epididymal hypertension".

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