Thanks fo far for all your comments so far guys. These were just some things I always wondered about and was afraid to or had no one with which to discuss about them. The abstinence or reduction of release aspect of energy cultivation is probably one of the hardest parts for most people I think, myself included.
@ Kar3n, I won't be selling the potential energy gaining benefits of the act to my partner to encourage her to perfom more often
@ Aetherous, never heard about men potentially gaining from serving a woman in this way, only that the woman could potentially benefit from the semen. I will research this further thx.
@ Apec, Thx a very interesting point, thanks for correcting my misconception:
"...Its also not as simple as sperm is yang as it is actually generated by jing which itself is not a physical substance...)
This kinda made me consider an intersting point... Eunuchs and virgins were always traditionally portrayed as powerful Nei Gong practitioners or people with high potential to be powerful in Wuxia films and in folklore. It kind of makes more sense now, thinking about it.
@ Patrick Brown, I concur, but putting sex and lust aside, I also think some people are energy vampires, without even realising it themselves. It doesn't even have to be about sex and lust.
@ Miroku, Thanks for your thoughts, I was also considering about the Nu gui, Ghosts/Demons from Chinese mythology. Maybe these were evil Nei Gong Practictioners...
Nü gui, the Feminine Ghost
The ghost of a vengeful and angry woman dressed in a long white dress is probably the image that most influenced Japanese and Hong Kong horror cinema in the last two decades. In the tradition, it refers to the red dressed ghost of a woman who committed suicide. Generally it is linked to injustice, such as a rape or moral unfairness. She returns to take revenge. In the tradition the red color in the ghost stories symbolizes anger and revenge. In some variations the ghost manifests itself as a beautiful girl who seduces her victims to suck their Yang essence. The male variant, Nan Gui, is rarely depicted. This type of female ghost is similar to the Succubus, demons in female form that appears in dreams in order to seduce men, usually through sexual activity. The male counterpart is the Incubus.
(from a website)