Braxton's quickie for the day...
A beginner at stimming quickly discovers that the closer two electrodes are placed, the higher the perceived intensity. An electrical engineer would confirm: the shorter the circuit, the lower the resistance.
As stimmers gain experience, they begin to explore for an “off” location: a non-sexual placement that offers neural efficiency for the current. You always want to use a large sticky pad in the “off” location. This is to assure that the current will feel more intense to your genitals.
When you use an “off” location, you will feel additional internal stimulations that simply must be experienced to be appreciated.
Male example: Use a small sticky pad on the glans and a large sticky pad where the sacral nerve intersects the spine (top of the butt crack, just to either side of the spine). If you own a CurrentLoop, use it on the corona and skip the small sticky pad.
Female example: Pinch a small sticky pad onto the clitoris. Apply a large sticky pad to the top of your inside ankle (either leg). Acupuncturists identify this location as SP6. If your power box lead wire is too short, try the sacral nerve location instead. Should you own CurrentClips, use one on the clitoris and skip the small sticky pad.
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