Have you ever considered to step outside of your comfort zone and venture into something really kinky? If so then I would like to introduce you to a rather extreme sexual practice called urethral sounding. It is very well-known in the BDSM community. It is considered to be a medical fetish often performed on a submissive male by an experienced dominant female. Sounding increases sexual satisfaction by inserting a thin, stainless steel rot into the urethra of the penis.
Urethral Sounding as a sexual practice
Did you know that the word sounding originally meant that sailors used to measure the dept of water? These days, however, sounding gained a totally different meaning in the kink community, associated with heightened sexual pleasure and a very strong orgasm.
Urethral sounding is a rather risky sexual practice. Because of this, I highly recommend, that as a beginner, you try it first with an experienced mistress. They know the risks involved in performing this activity in order to minimise the chances of injuries and infections.
Types of Urethral Sounds
The are different types of sounds depending on your experience and on your personal preferences.
Hegar Sounds are relatively short and their shape is anatomical which makes it is easy to insert and use. The thinner and smaller ones are suitable for beginners and the thicker and larger ones are perfect for more experienced males.
Dittle sounds are thin, straight with a special end. They come in many different sizes so they can be suitable for both beginners and more experienced kinksters. The Van Buren sets are mainly popular and used by experienced users.
No matter which set you will choose to perform sounding with, the most important is that you keep it steril and sanitised at all times.
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