Reduced Ejaculatory Distance

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The spurting effect of ejaculation is caused by the constriction of the urethra near its end, just as squeezing a garden hose allows one to spray a great distance.

Modifications which increase the size or diameter of the urethral opening can reduce ejaculatory distance even though an equal amount of semen is being released. With a bit of practice, you'll have just as much range as you did "before". Exercises like kegels can also help, as can putting the right timing and effort into your contractions. Finally, you can balance this out by increasing semen volume through techniques such as mastbating nearly to climax approximately half an hour before beginning the "real" sexual encounter.

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