I notice this thread was put up here four years ago, but someone recently bumped it, and I'll say I'm average in size and have had very powerful ejaculations since I started having them at 12. They can last over ten seconds and I think they've gotten even more powerful in recent years. I don't know about specific measurements, but if I'm lying on my back I've been known to hit the wall behind me. I am proud of them, and without a condom they always mean a shower with a woman (I mean under the water after, but the act itself too).
Something tells me much of this is inborn, but I do think the way I "hold it in" right at the moment, and then at moments along the way (as the first is sometimes hardly the most powerful), helps. I also tend to hold my breath before it happens, and my imagination has always been both deep as well as the kind to run wild (appreciating sex at so many different levels at once), and I think that especially helps.
One more thought is that I often hold off, which builds pressure, and then keep holding off at when the moment comes along. I get a definite rhythm going, and when I've done that enough and let go, that only adds to it.View Thread
This changes for me more times than I could count, but right now the answer is women's shoes (not a foot fetish). Here and there, my eyes might wander down from a woman's face to her 34DD's, but then again they may wander much further down to her 5-inch heels, maybe the kind with those straps high on the ankle.
I've heard women dress the way they do, with many different pairs of shoes included, to compete with each other more than to attract men, but they've got at least this man's attention. If I gave her a foot massage, I'd want her to leave the shoe on a moment so I could get close and fool around with that.View Thread
I've always had very powerful ejaculations, which I didn't realize was abnormal until after high school. They seem to've gotten even more powerful as the years have gone by, in both distance and volume. When lying in bed alone for example, I've been known to hit the wall behind me, but otherwise have to aim away so I don't get myself in the face. I feel like they last about 10-15 seconds as well, and while I might want to fall asleep afterwards, I usually force myself not to because of how much there always is to clean up.
Does anyone know if there's a biological reason for this? Or maybe a psychological one? I'm very curious, thanks.View Thread