How long should sex last?

Enjoying an active sex life in amongst work responsibilities and routine can be a real challenge. Whether it’s with your girlfriend, your wife or a companion, knowing how to choose the right moment is important. If you’ve decided to treat yourself to a holiday in New Zealand and you’re alone, you can relax in Auckland with escorts offering varying services or spending a weekend at the beach with your partner. The main thing is spending quality time together with someone.

When we talk about time, it’s easy to fall into the cliché of “how long do your sexual encounters last?”. Looking at this in-depth, it is very subjective and can vary from person to person. However, before making comparisons about what you should and shouldn’t do when we talk about “quality time” we are talking about making it valuable because longer-lasting doesn’t always mean better.

Over the years, a lot has been written and said about the duration of sexual intercourse. It has been a source of worry and obsession for many people, particularly men, who have the perception that prolonged sexual activity is associated with virility and masculinity.

The type of companion is essential in the duration of the act. You won’t have the same ability to resist with a partner who excites you very strongly compared with one who you are not so deeply attracted to. Sex is an act of release, passion and instinct, so you can easily be betrayed by the stimuli and finish early.

If you opt for a stunning escort, with the physical features that most attract you, it may be that you are much more stimulating during the act and it will be truly challenging for you to contain yourself. On the other hand, sex with a long-term partner tends to be a lot slower and more gradual. There is no time, there are no limits, and you can explore new ways to make the process more interesting at your leisure.

Sex is not a “who lasts longer” competition. Some studies show that an average of 5 to 6 minutes is sufficient to reach orgasms and for both people to be satisfied. This doesn’t include foreplay, experimentation (toys, dildos, etc), and any pauses that may come up. Is that too long? Too short? It’s a matter of taste, surely.

Sex with your partner is not the same as what you could have with a friend or much less with a professional escort, so duration should be determined by that consensus between both parties. While it’s not a good idea to focus solely on yourself, you also shouldn’t bend over backward trying to tip the scales only in favor of your companion.

Make it interesting; suggest new games, changes in position and massages that can make it all last longer. Let everything flow naturally and enjoy yourself without pressure.


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