Do you enjoy/appreciate watching DH kegel?

    A question to other DWs: when you are enjoying fore play, playing, teasing or edging DH …. do you enjoy watching your DH kegeling?   Sometimes his kegels are voluntarily, other times involuntarily… does that matter to you?    And to  DHs …. what are your opinions when you kegel in front of DW …. do you enjoy it, do you try to control them, or do you just wait to you can’t control them?

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      Sorry for my ignorance, but I am not sure what “kegeling” would even look like to know whether he was doing it or not.

      Under the stars Answered on October 21, 2020.
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        @SeekingChange…I think what Liverr is referring to is the involuntary “movement” of the penis when aroused. I can’t speak for all men, but it can be done on purpose of course, which makes the penis move a little or sometimes where I want to or not, it will give a little pulse during arousal.  I wouldn’t necessarily define it as “kegaling”, but I believe it’s the same muscles doing the work.

        I don’t know whether DW “enjoy’s” it, but she has comments about it, so she has noticed the movement. Especially if we’re spooning (just to sleep) and it happens when I’m aroused.

        I don’t do it on purpose in front of her to get a reaction…I don’t really ever do it on purpose to begin with. I don’t think we’ve made that a part of our LM’ing repotriore.  but maybe I’ll ask her and find out if there’s any connection or interest in seeing it or feeling it.

        On the floor Answered on October 21, 2020.
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          I don’t kegel while LMing. Haven’t thought about it. No desire to while LMing.

          Under the stars Answered on October 21, 2020.
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            I have no clue what kegeling is. I thought those were exercises and balls. 🤷🏻‍♂️

            Cot Answered on October 21, 2020.
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              It’s not something I’ve ever thought about. If it happens, it happens. It just seems like a normal result of arousal, and I’m usually too focused on other pursuits to give it any thought

              Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on October 21, 2020.
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                Never thought about it and besides she is too busy doing other things to notice.

                Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on October 21, 2020.
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                  @seekingChange It’s not really a verb, but the Kegel exercise means to voluntarily contract the pelvic floor muscles. Women are encouraged to perform Kegel exercises regularly as it helps to strengthen and tone the pelvic muscles which protects against incontinence. It’s also said to improve female orgasm.

                  Men have pelvic floor muscles too, and can perform kegel exercises. Doing this whilst the penis is erect can make it twitch visibly (presumably if done during intercourse the woman would also feel it), which is presumably what the original post was asking about.

                  On the floor Answered on October 22, 2020.
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                    @David, thanks. I know what kegels are and I know men can do them. But what I didn’t know was what the results of a man doing them looked like.

                    Back to the OP, if it’s the twitching, I just figured it was a way for my husband to draw attention. I don’t think I would use the word “enjoy” in my reaction to seeing it. Actually, I work at not getting irritated when I notice it, often in a spooning position, because being awoken or robbed of sleep has never been something I handle well. And that little “tap, tap, tap” on my body is very noticeable. This leads me to a question…. is this involuntary or is it intentional? My first thought goes to intentionality, and he’s trying to hint at sex without asking, and that’s part of my irritation too.

                    Under the stars Answered on October 22, 2020.
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