BOSO’s Trick To Keep You Going And Going!

Sex doesn’t last as long as we think it does and when we’re considering the idea of sex – there’s very much an element of Keeping Up with the Joneses. By that I mean that when it comes to the depictions of sex in popular culture, media and entertainment, and even pornography anyone would incorrectly assume that everyone else’s sex lasts for hours and hours. Well – here’s the facts.

Firstly, I’m going to point out that there’s a difference between foreplay and sex. By all means, foreplay can last for hours, but when we mention ‘sex’ within this review, I’m specifically referring to penis in the ass or vagina.

How long should sex really last?

Now – for the facts. According to a Canadian study in 2008 the idea of ‘adequate intercourse’ was listed as lasting from anywhere between three to seven minutes. This doesn’t include the act of foreplay, oral sex and exploring each other’s bodies (where this can indeed last for hours) but 3-7 minutes of actual cock pounding penetration. The study makes specific note that this doesn’t include foreplay, female orgasms, and non-heterosexual pairings.

3-7 minutes doesn’t sound like a lot does it? Well, that’s the average. In fact, there’s a few other studies which indicates that a lot of people, in particular women, find that sex lasting longer than 13 minutes can become painful and irritating. The study and reports on this finding doesn’t indicate whether there’s a change of position, whether there’s lubricant involved, or any other secondary factors to consider.

Long story short – when it comes to sexual expectations, a lot of people don’t consider the average amount of time it takes to have sex and therefore there’s a lot of pressure on men to perform. And short of using things like Fleshlights and masturbation toys to train us to last longer – there’s not a real lot we can do. Or… is there? There are actually a wide variety of products on the market that are designed to help men last longer and there’s big money in this industry as it preys upon the vulnerable that feel inadequate that their sex isn’t lasting as long as they’d like.

Some of these products don’t work – so how can you separate the good and the bad?

Well, that’s where Boss Homme Delay Spray comes in. Firstly, I’d like to thank them for the product which they have provided in exchange for an honest and open review.

I’ve never been a fan of performance enhancing products. It’s hard to know whether they work, whether it’s a placebo and what they’re actually doing to the body – so I walked into writing this review a massive sceptic. That’s not to say as a result of this review that there’s been a miraculous change and I wouldn’t recommend anything else and this is the only product that I’m going to use forever and for always, but I will say that through this review I have learnt some things. Some great things, some not so great things, and some hilarious things.

Disclaimer: Sex was needed to fulfil this experiment.

Before we begin this review on lasting longer – I’d like to note that I’m not in a heterosexual relationship. The length and duration of my sexual experiences is therefore different to the study and I’m not going to discuss times, lengths and all that jazz in this review. What I’m simply going to do is to examine the experience of using the product, in comparison to not using the product. I had heard that there are many benefits using delay sprays.

Product Review

The first time that I used this product – I used it during some alone time. I wanted to get the understanding of how it felt, how it worked, and what it was like before I used it during sex with my partner. Having worked in a sex store before, and having used some testers, I was legitimately surprised about the lack of smell with this product. There was no chemical smell, there was virtually no odour at all. So, I might just have overused it. Indeed, after putting on some of my favourite porn and starting to stroke – I found myself struggling to keep it up because I couldn’t feel anything. I was horny, I wanted to be hard, but there was absolutely no sensation and my body simply wanted to deflate my cock. Curious, I tried a quick spray on the tongue – now it didn’t taste all that bad though I wouldn’t really recommend eating it, but within seconds my tongue had become numb. First lesson learned – it works, but don’t overuse it.

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Image: BOSO Homme Men’s Spray Bottle

After that experience I was kind of eager to try it with sex – so waiting for the opportunity to arise, I let my partner know the situation, sprayed it on and waited a little while and then had a quick wash. I was ready to go. The sex was great, the pounding was great and we could definitely tell that I was lasting longer, but there came a point in between changing positions, bringing out toys and what not where we were both like – this is great, but can we get some sleep? That’s not to say that this moment of sexy time was forced, we were definitely both in the mood, we were not exhausted, and we were horny. I’m just saying even sex can go on for too long. It did take a while to come, and when I did – I noticed that the orgasm wasn’t as great as it normally was (I also noticed this when jacking off – but I was really working that one to achieve climax after over spraying). Maybe that was a little to do with the time it took, but I thought that the reduced sensation (and I used much less this time) resulted in a less than spectacular orgasm.

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I liked this product. From the cute and discreet design on the bottle, to the way that it worked. I can definitely say that whilst I have it, I’ll use it every now and then. It definitely calls for more experimenting, and I can guarantee that for guys that are a little quick off the mark then this will do the job. There are different ways to delay ejaculation and BOSO HOMME men’s spray is definitely on of them.

Author: Stephen Smith – BA Of Social Sciences, M.Ed

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