Braxton's quickie for the day...
As I have often mentioned, one of the “humps” for a beginner to get over is learning the cues for this new beast they have taken on, otherwise known as a stim orgasm. After all, the traditional good feelings preceding a climax in ordinary sex can no longer be relied upon…those feelings drift in and out throughout the stim.
Should the beginner compare notes with another stimmer, then their quandary only deepens, because they soon discover just how unique each individual’s reaction to stimming can be. This is truly a pursuit in which one must establish one’s own yardstick.
I offer two observations to help you in your search for orgasmic cues:
1. You will feel a compelling need for pelvic movement and / or a rhythmic tensing and relaxing of the legs. This is not an emulation of intercourse movement. Instead, you feel the need to do this because the movement augments the good internal feelings from the stim.
2. The overall feeling of the stim changes. You transition from periodic intensity (somewhat like waves) to longer stretches of intensity, culminating in a steadily strengthening throb or tingle or buzz.
Please bear in mind that exceptions to these observations abound…your mileage may vary.