Braxton's quickie for the day...
In my ebook, Currently Aroused, I coined the term “dead zone” to describe the range on your power box intensity control wherein you feel no signal. A major reason for elaborating on the dead zone is the fact that it rattles quite a few beginners to discover that the intensity control is not instantly responsive at start-up.
Assuming an intensity range of 100, it is not at all unusual to see as much as 15 to 20 percent of that range consumed by the dead zone. Is this a power box defect? No, it would be more accurate to describe it as a “defect” in each and every one of us, otherwise known as electrical resistance. In other words, our bodies fight the passage of current until it reaches a certain strength, at which point we begin to feel it, thus leaving the dead zone.
Do yourself a favor and follow where you are on the dead zone reading every time you stim. Why? It’s good information that you can use to your advantage. If you normally come out of the dead zone at 18, but today you’re coming out at 12, then you have just been told that the stim will start feeling good early, because your electrical resistance is lower. Under this condition, the odds favor an early orgasm.
Conversely, when today’s dead zone is above your average, it might be wise to reschedule that quick orgasm for another day.
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