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Electric and genitalia. Two words that most people hope never occupy the same sentence; words that most people instantly associate with pain, never with pleasure. Electrosex is pleasurable though, and many people around the world enjoy electrifying their sex life whether alone or together with the assistance of electrosex toys. How is this possible? Can electric and sex ever really unite to deliver pleasure, not pain?
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A Beginner’s Guide to Electrosex & Electro Sex Toys
The proper electric current, applied correctly to the right areas of the body, causes both the stimulation of nerve endings and involuntary muscle stimulation. This is how electrical stimulation can increase the power of your orgasm without pain, unless used for BDSM purposes where a small amount of pain may be the intention. As mentioned, electrical activity of the pulsing variety is the safest and most efficient way to achieve sexual pleasure. The best units have adjustable pulse amplitude, rate, and intensity to ensure that you can begin at the minimum output and slowly understand what stimulation you are comfortable with. Electro Sex Requires:. An electrode cord that plugs into the electrical box on one end and the electrode pads on the other end. According to manufacturers, less input give better results, so use the lowest setting that allows you to feel the slightest stimulation and move very slowly and carefully from there.
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A guide to Electro Sex
Takeaway: Electric play is all about exploring fear, excitement and even pain. It has been republished here with permission from the author. Ask somebody to imagine a torture scene. Psychologists say this depends on the atavistic threat common to both fire and electricity: they are by nature seemingly difficult to control and unpredictable. Moreover, only an unlucky few have actually had first-hand experience with their effects, while most people only have an imprecise - albeit no less terrifying - idea about how much pain they can cause, especially in the case of an electrical current.