End Premature Ejaculation Now!
Men who complain about premature ejaculation last, on average, two minutes and thirty two seconds after vaginal penetration before they ejaculate. So how long would you think that men who are happy with their lovemaking performance last before they come? Ten minutes? Fifteen, perhaps?
Well, the German University at Koln researched this and found that the average time between vaginal insertion and ejaculation for men who said they were were happy with their lovemaking skills (and presumably who also had partners who were happy), was a mere three minutes and one second.
So, men who think they ejaculate too quickly last two and a half minutes, and men who think they are good lovers last a mere three minutes! Wow! So it seems likely that whether or not you think you have premature ejaculation depends entirely on your attitude rather than any objective reality.
This is amazing, really, because it means there's a lot of men out there who just don't cut it as lovers. I mean - is even three minutes long enough to give a woman pleasure?
The answer, in case you're wondering, is an unequivocal "no". Women like vaginal penetration by the man they love - indeed, they want it just as much as men want to penetrate their partners. And, to enjoy sex fully, women like it to last......and often, if a man could only last long enough, his partner would actually enjoy a vaginal orgasm.
The fact that so few women know about vaginal orgasm through G-spot stimulation is only due to the fact that they haven't had a lover who can thrust for long enough during lovemaking to take them to the blissful experience of vaginal orgasm.
So the bottom line is this - sex could be a lot better for all of us: men included. Long lasting lovemaking lets both partners enjoy the pleasure of sex and the joy of vaginal orgasm while the two partners are in the most intimate embrace possible, making love. It's an unrivalled sexual experience, and if you'd like to learn how to achieve it, you can get all the information you need at
About the Author: Rod Phillips is an online counsellor working for end premature ejaculation now