A New Start

I've been gone for a bit now and I think it's time to come back, not just with Orgasm Denial but with the blog as well. I've gotten distracted over the past year and almost started to lose faith. Recently I had started to think that it was impossible to really deny yourself and orgasm for an extended period of time but not only do I think it is extremely important to do so, I found a few ways to make it easier that I will share with you all in the upcoming weeks. It has to do with the art of being multi-orgasmic and achieving an orgasm WITHOUT cumming; this mostly works because an orgasm is in the brain and not in the penis. 

Reasons to Start Orgasm Denial


I've recently been jerking off a lot and one thing I immediately noticed, the loss of
motivation. Motivation to work, to go to the gym, to post here more often. You feel lazy and lose that 'edge' that makes people successful in life (and happy). The instant release from porn is just TOO good, you don't have to work for it, and it doesn't even FEEL satisfying. All in all, it's a waste of time, energy and isn't worth it. When you start to deny yourself, not only do you gain self-control, but it also feels MUCH better and leaves you with a sense of accomplishment.


Not only does it make you a bit sharper, it feels a lot better than jerking off and when you're having sex it feels much more special. Although it's hard to start and get into, once you get past the first few weeks it feels amazing almost like a constant low level orgasm for your penis. You feel powerful and in control and that's amazing as well. Although it's not always easy, it is worth it and you start to enjoy the pleasure of NOT orgasming as much as jerking off.
The longest I've gone is 28 days, and I plan to break that record and go to atleast 100 Days this summer. I'll post soon with details if you want to join me.


  1. Veo con preocupaciĆ³n que no hay comentarios. Pienso que esto puede desmotivar tu "Nuevo Comienzo" (A New Start). Well, at least one is here waiting.

  2. It's now September, where are you at on your 100 days?