TWEET Male readers of the internet crossed their legs and let out a unified grimace of pain when a story made the rounds about a year-old Australian man who got a fork lodged in his dong. While plenty of people who read the report or even worse, saw the pictures had no idea why a person would try to shove anything—especially a rouge piece of cutlery—up his pee slit, those of us who frequent the kinkier side of life know this is a fairly common practice known as "sounding. Yeah, it's not really my bag, either. But not everyone is going around putting forks or pencils or other household items up there all willy nilly. These kits include the same smooth metal cylinders, sometimes curved, that are used in doctors' offices. That seems a bit safer than a fork, but I wanted to find out if there was a surefire way to have fun with your personal geyser hole without ending up in the ER, so I called Dr.
The video, which is no longer than a few seconds, shows a woman viciously stuffing a dildo or vibrator? Many years later, the thought of this video and the thought of shoving something into my own dick hole continues to make me squirm in horror. In an attempt to understand this extreme fetish and the community of people who engage in urethral play also extremely NSFW! I only use devices made from stainless steel — never silicone or any other material. Clinical sexologist and certified sex coach Sunny Rodgers agrees that starting slow and using equipment specifically designed for urethral play are of the utmost importance. As Burns mentioned, there are two main types of toys used for urethral play: Urethral sounds and urethral plugs.