New App Promises To Stop Premature Ejaculation

"Just think of it like training for a race."

Premature ejaculation scene in American Pie
American Pie Shannon Elizabeth and Jason Biggs in the 90s classic. Image Universal Pictures

Things don’t always go to plan in the bedroom.

Nobody wants to bolt early, but this is a problem for many blokes out there. One is particular was Brennen Belich, who suffered from premature ejaculation all throughout his teens and into his 20s.

Fortunately, he’s put his experiences to good use and developed an app that serves as a virtual sex therapist for prejackers.

Pea will guide its users though arousal control and masturbation training, like some kind of electronic Rocky trainer Mickey… but, y’know, for the bedroom.

“Just think of it like training for a race.”

Speaking to Product Hunt, Brennan compared a successful sex session to running a marathon.

“I started this project while trying to solve the issue for myself,” he said.

“I had struggled with premature ejaculation since high-school and finally at age 23 decided I didn’t want it to ruin my love life anymore.

“Just think of it like training for a race. If you want to be able to run for 30 minutes straight, you wouldn’t train by sprinting for two minutes, getting tired, and giving up.”

Currently available though the App Store for £1.49, the app could prove to be a life changer for people like Brennen. If you’re not keen to fork out, then the free web app version will be available from next week.

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Loaded digital media manager Simon Reynolds has written about film and entertainment for various leading websites since 2008. Follow Simon at @simonreyn