author: Colden Thorne
pubdat: July 20, 2013
At the beginning of the Course, one stroke construct sets the female’s Course in motion. She states firmly that she will use vaginal tension to raise the level of love play. The selected move is call “Strip the Bone”.
The stroke construct has been successfully adapted from Margo Anand’s book: The Art of Sexual Ecstasy. There, Margo Anand used the move to get the male “back up” for extended lovemaking. In contrast, The Of Course uses the move to force blood into the male’s hump (the center of the penis). Because of this, the stroke construct has a limit, and an immediately stroke count is imposed. Furthermore, the female has a future choice: when does she abandon the move for a different stroke construct?
Strip the Bone is easy to learn and implement, however, as stated previously, the construct has a very short stroke count (less than ten strokes). Let’s see the move in action. The female allows the entry stroke and sets her actions to the exit stroke. The stroke speed is one: a level motion that approximates one heartbeat or one second. In and out, the heart beats lub, lub. As the exit stroke approaches, the female constricts the labia and causes the tension to rise toward the hump. At the bottom of the exit stroke, she releases her tension, allows the entry stroke, and resets the action for the next exit stroke.
Why is this move so important to learn? First, the female begins the male compression cycle. Next, the female is directly challenging the male to engage vaginal tension. Last, this basic move leads to very complex vaginal actions—”G”, Scoop, Gun-locking, Perfect strokes.
The male should create the right negative space for the female’s actions. In this sense, he allows the female to act upon his level stroke construct and challenges her stroke length and tension. Therefore, the male’s side of the Course is just as demanding as the female’s side.
In due time, this bottom-up stroke construct will need to switch to top-down pressure. A compound move like “Scoop” bridges the gap neatly, but in five, four, three, maybe one more, the female sets her action to “G”.
The person reading doesn’t have to wait until next week to see how this next move turns out. The site’s companion book has the author’s complete negative space written out for tonight. Does your sex repertoire have a 74 stroke construct? How about Perfect strokes with a 62 construct? There is only one place where you can get this good at sex—The Of Course.com.
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