Monday, February 4, 2013

So Proud

I am so very proud of my Knight. We are currently doing another round of orgasm denial.  His last orgasm was Christmas night, so including today it's been 41 days. That is the longest he's gone without an  "oops" with me intentionally teasing and playing. In the past there has been an "oops" between 20 and 30 days.

What changed? I think I did. Shortly after I started this round of denial, I told him that I expected there to be no more "oops" at all. Ever. I explained that for each round of denial, I have a goal in mind. Most of the time that goal is something solid, and measurable, like wanting to see  a certain behavior from him, sometimes the the goal is something fun for me "go X number of days," or "How long can I keep it going until I really want to see him come." I told him that it really.... really pisses me off when he screws up my goals for us with an "oops", because no matter what he tries to tell me I know it happens because he gets careless and lets it happen. Those "oops" ruin the whole thing for me.

My Knight seems to have taken me seriously, because despite my best efforts, there has been no "oops."  I'm super proud of him.

No.. I have not intentionally been trying to get him to screw it up.. but I have been trying to tease and/or initiate sex play at least every day or two. I've not let myself get so busy that I forget.  Maybe that's the difference, I don't know. It seems to me the more often we engage in sex play, the more difficult it would be to hold off the orgasm. Especially since my tease sessions tend to be long(ish) and intense. A lot of times I bring him to the edge and back down three or more times over the course of an hour or so just because I love how overly sensitive he gets. (what can I say? I love watching him squirm.)
But.... what do I know - I'm not the one living orgasm denial.

I have noticed that my Knight is more emotional and more needy when I don't tease or initiate some sort of sex play, even if it's only one or two days between.  He seems to do better when I include the tease time, even if it's only lightly playing with his cock before we fall off to sleep.

There were a couple days last week where he was not completing his daily tasks, but I changed the system to daily accountability, instead of weekly, and asked him to write the lists down on paper as well as save them in his email. So.. hopefully that will help when he gets overloaded with emergency projects at work and his head is filled with database stuff.


5 comments:

  1. I am not certain I know what an "oops" is, whether it is a misbehaviour on his part or something more serious like him taking matters into his own hands.

    Regardless, what you said here resonates with me:

    "I have noticed that my Knight is more emotional and more needy when I don't tease or initiate some sort of sex play, even if it's only one or two days between. He seems to do better when I include the tease time, even if it's only lightly playing with his cock before we fall off to sleep."

    1. First of all, I get super excited when my wife initiates. I still initiate sex play 95% of the time, maybe more. It is extra special when she does it.

    2. I am very needy when I am denied. So much so that I kind of realize that it must be some work to be a domme. Even very small things - like her putting her hand on my chest when we sleep - go a long way. My "love language" is physical, so I crave some touch. Obviously if denial is in the cards, it is not going to result in orgasm, but I do crave sexual stimulation, and my wife has gone to bed holding my genitals, which really helps a lot.

    I have a feeling that I am going to be denied for a while, possibly the entire month of February. I am in that needy stage right now. I hope we play tonight!

    Have fun!
    Cheers
    sherulestheroostger

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    1. "oops" is defined as my Knight having an orgasm without my permission. He does not and will not masturbate, but in the past he has neglected to tell me when he's getting to close when I'm teasing him, or we're having sex. I call it an "oops" because of the number of times he's told me "oops, sorry, It just kind of snuck up on me."

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  2. He is one lucky guy.

    Sexual attention initiated by his wife.
    and orgasm denial.

    It does not get better than that.

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  3. Wow, sounds wonderful. I echo Mr. Submanhub.

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  4. Thanks for sharing your experience. I think you will find his behavior will get better and better the longer he is denied. However, you will have to be extra diligent to watch for "oops". You should be proud because you are the reason for his improvement.

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