Pea – The Premature Ejaculation App is built to help dudes last longer in bed.
AskMenA new app called Pea provides a training course for men suffering from the embarrassment of premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation isn't a subject many men want to talk about. If it's happened to you, it'll be a cringe-worthy memory. If it hasn't then you don't really want to jinx things.
Express.co.ukThe problem affects an estimated 30 per cent of men, and Medical Journal describes it as ejaculation in about one to three minutes from the start of penetration. This may happen occasionally to some men, but it is diagnosed as a problem when it happens all or nearly all of the time.
MaximCalculus problems, baseball, Chewbacca speaking English... at some point you've probably tried conjuring various visuals to distract yourself while fooling around. The goal is obvious: you want to go that extra mile-or at least break past the quarter-mile marker.
VicePhoto via Flickr user bradleypjohnson "Wait, wait, wait...shit. Sorry." This is the primal cry of the Premature Ejaculator. The choked plea to wait because I'm about to... A cry to stop that is marbled with a pathetic, pre-emptive apology because everyone involved knows that it's too late.