The Squeeze Technique (also called the Frenulum Squeeze Technique or Pause-Squeeze Technique) consists of firmly and sustained pressing (squeezing) just under the head of the penis with the thumb (on one side) and index finger (or two fingers on the other side of the shaft) when one feels the urge to ejaculate during masturbation or sexual intercourse.
This needs to be carried out just before the point-of-no-return, of course. While squeezing, you wait until the urge to ejaculate has entirely subsided before you reengage in masturbation or intercourse. At the moment you then again feel the urge, you repeat the technique. Squeezing can be done by you or by your partner.
The idea is to be able to have longer sex. It’s a tool used to prevent Premature Ejaculation (PE). The technique resembles the Stop-Start Technique, but the actual technique used to stop the urge is different.
It’s thought that by practicing this technique regularly and sufficiently in regular masturbation sessions (for instance, three times a week) one may no longer require squeezing to delay ejaculation when actually having sexual intercourse. The latter could be achieved in twelve weeks.