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Email question: Can the power box frequency affect the time to orgasm? I've been experimenting with different frequencies for penis and scrotum stim with CurrentLoops. For me, the lower the frequency, the longer it takes. If I go too low, it doesn't happen at all. Is this normal?
I would say that your findings gibe with the male stimming majority. So far as I'm concerned, your investment in experimentation will yield a first-class personal knowledge base for future options. The penis and the clitoris offer their most sensual feelings when plied with high frequency (150 Hz). Internal targets such as the vagina or prostate are far more responsive to the lower frequencies. Nevertheless, high frequency feels good to them too.
A small, but growing number of couples practice male orgasm denial. It's basically a discipline wherein the male submits to frequent milking, optionally with infrequent orgasms. A good configuration to accomplish milking without orgasm is a CurrentLoop on the corona (behind the penis head) connected to a prostate electrode, all driven by a power box set to low frequency.
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