MAN is divided into three classes, viz. the hare man, the bull man, and the horse man, according to the size of his lingam.
Woman also, according to the depth of her yoni, is either a female deer, a mare, or a female elephant.
There are thus three equal unions between persons of corresponding dimensions, and there are six unequal unions, when the dimensions do not correspond, or nine in all, as the following table shows:
In these unequal unions, when the male exceeds the female in point of size, his union with a woman who is immediately next to him in size is called high union, and is of two kinds; while his union with the woman most remote from his size is called the highest union, and is of one kind only.
On the other hand, when the female exceeds the male in point of size, her union with a man immediately next to her in size is called low union, and is of two kinds; while her union with a man most remote from her in size is called the lowest union, and is of one kind only.
In other words, the horse and mare, the bull and deer, form the high union, while the horse and deer form the highest union. On the female side, the elephant and bull, the mare and hare, form low unions, while the elephant and the hare make the lowest unions.
There are, then, nine kinds of union according to dimensions. Amongst all these, equal unions are the best, those of a superlative degree, i.e. the highest and the lowest, are the worst, and the rest are middling, and with them the high are better than the low.
High unions are said to be better than low ones, for in the former it is possible for the male to satisfy his own passion without injuring the female, while in the latter it is difficult for the female to be satisfied by any means.
There are also nine kinds of union according to the force of passion or carnal desire, as follows:
MEN WOMEN MEN WOMEN
A man is called a man of small passion whose desire at the time of sexual union is not great, whose semen is scanty, and who cannot bear the warm embraces of the female.
Those who differ from this temperament are called men of middling passion, while those of intense passion are full of desire.
In the same way, women are supposed to have the three degrees of feeling as specified above.
Lastly, according to time there are three kinds of men and women, the short-timed, the moderate-timed, and the long-timed; and of these, as in the previous statements, there are nine kinds of union.
But on this last head there is a difference of opinion about the female, which should be stated.
Auddalika says, “Females do not emit as males do. The males simply remove their desire, while the females, from their consciousness of desire, feel a certain kind of pleasure, which gives them satisfaction, but it is impossible for them to tell you what kind of pleasure they feel. The fact from which this becomes evident is, that males, when engaged in coition, cease of themselves after emission, but it is not so with females.”
This opinion is however objected to on the grounds that, if a male were a long-timed, the female would love him more, but if he were short-timed, she would be dissatisfied with him. And this circumstance, some say, would prove that the female emits also.
But this opinion does not hold good, for if it takes a long time to allay a woman’s desire, and during this time she is enjoying great pleasure, it is quite natural then that she should wish for its continuation. And on this subject there is a verse as follows:
“By union with men the lust, desire, or passion of women is satisfied, and the pleasure derived from the consciousness of it is called their satisfaction.”
The followers of Babhravya, however, say that the semen of women continues to fall from the beginning of the sexual union to its end, and it is right that it should be so, for if they had no semen there would be no embryo.
To this there is an objection. In the beginning of coition the passion of the woman is middling, and she cannot bear the vigorous thrusts of her lover, but by degrees her passion increases until she ceases to think about her body, and then finally she wishes to stop from further coition.
This objection, however, does not hold good, for even in ordinary things that revolve with great force, such as a potter’s wheel, or a top, we find that the motion at first is slow, but by degrees it becomes very rapid.
In the same way the passion of the woman having gradually increased, she has a desire to discontinue coition, when all the semen has fallen away.
And there is a verse with regard to this as follows:
“The fall of the semen of the man takes place only at the end of coition, while the semen of the woman falls continually, and after the semen of both has all fallen away then they wish for the discontinuance of coition.”
The strength of passion with women varies a great deal, some being easily satisfied, and others eager and willing to go on for a long time. To satisfy these last thoroughly a man must have recourse to art.
It is certain that a fluid flows from the woman in larger or smaller quantities, but her satisfaction is not complete until she has experienced the `spasme gntique’, as described in a French work recently published and called Brevaire as l’Amour Experimental par le Dr Jules Guyot.
Lastly, Vatsyayana is of opinion that the semen of the female falls in the same way as that of the male.
We must tell you that the prolongation of the intercourse at will is possible only when both lovers practice sexual continence. The Tantrics and Taoists discover the huge advantages offered by lovemaking without losing semen.
The exhaustion that appear when man loses his semen is never experienced by a man that doesn’t fall away his semen.
It is the same when the woman doesn’t lose her sexual energy through discharging orgasm which is experienced as vaginal spasms (“spasme genetique”). Due to lovemaking with sexual continence her erotic desire remains alive a long time.
Thus, many Tantric couples are able to make love 7-8 hours in a row. For more information regarding sexual continence read our articles presented in our site.