We all have our kinks. Some are relatively mild say, foot fetishes whereas some are more extreme say, blood play. Sounding—specifically, urethral sounding—definitely falls on the more extreme end of the spectrum. Urethral sounding involves inserting a sound—a long, thin rod, typically made of surgical steel—into your urethral opening.
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Weiners are pretty weird If Einstein could unravel the very fabric of our universe, solving unforetold mysteries in the process, imagine what he could do with his un-hypothetical penis. We spend the first ten-ish years of our lives believing the only role of a penis is to pass water through our digestive systems. And upon learning of its ultimate purpose, we spend the rest of our lives seeing what other wonderful tricks it might be hiding. Warm apple pie. Girls who will eventually break our hearts.
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The urethra - you know, the tube that carries pee from the bladder to the outside world when you go to the toilet - is about 20cm long in men and people who have penises. In women and those with vaginas, it's less than 4cm on average. And, there are sex toys designed specifically to stimulate it. Topher Taylor, a sex expert at Clonezone explains there are many reasons why you might want to try urethral play using these toys. A lot of people say the psychological association to exploring something considered taboo also contributes to the pleasure.
If the last year has taught us anything, it's that life can easily become redundant, and moments of pleasure are few and far between. So it's understandable why many have taken this time to build out or start from scratch their collection of sex toys. And we mean many.