A forum member shared this audio file of Watts discussing his take on karezza and Chinese sexual practices. From the person who sent the link:
I timestamped it for you around the most relevant part. But before and after that timestamped area is pretty relevant too. At 43:55 he says the word "karezza".
Husband: “Kindly instruct me as to how many times a man may have copulation with his wife.”
Socrates: “Only once in his life.”
Husband: “But if that fails to satisfy him?”
Socrates: “Then he can have copulation once a year.”
Husband: “But if that too doesn’t satisfy him?”
Socrates: “Then let it be once a month.”
Husband: “And if he is still not satisfied?”
Socrates: “Then let it be twice a month, but this will cause an early death.”
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The rules are laid out pretty loud and clear — When it comes to sex, having orgasms is the ultimate goal every couple has. And that is the shortcoming (pun intended) of the way we perceive sex. Much like life, sex isn’t a destination, it’s a journey.
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- The practice of karezza encourages a focus on intimacy rather than orgasm
- The phrase, which is taken from the Italian word for 'caress', was coined by Chicago obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Alice Bunker Stockham in 1896
- By not having a 'finish line' couples will experience sexual energy for longer
Sometimes in a relationship, sex can get a little stale.
It’s perfectly normal, but as a sex writer the number one question I get asked is ‘how do I get those first time feelings back?’ The honest truth is that you can’t. There’s no way of making things totally new again. But there are plenty of ways of making them deeper, more passionate and more exciting than ever before. And isn’t that just as good?