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    Putting things into your penis

    what's it called when you put things into your penis? does it actually have a name? and have any of you done it?

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    Re: Putting things into your penis

    Putting catheters and uretheral dialators into your penis is called "sounding", I have never done it and having worked in urology, it is something that will almost certainly give you a urinary tract infection unless you work with sterile equiptment and handle the impliments only by yourself, if you play with a partner he would have to know sterile technique if it were to be done safely, the possiblity of puncturing your bladder is also very high.

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    Re: Putting things into your penis

    I do it once in a while and have never had a problem, just take your time and stop if there's any pain. And make sure its clean whatever you use!
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    Re: Putting things into your penis

    I've got some electro-torture toys which include an electric catheter. If you use it with an electro cock ring or with conductive elastic straps round the sub's dick, then when you slide the electro catheter in and out of his dick, he feels the pain moving up and down inside his shaft. It doesn't have to be painful of course, it all depends on how high you turn up the voltage.

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    Re: Putting things into your penis

    I would like to try the electro-torture catheter, and probably dipped in alcohol first, I think it should be no longer than, say, six inches, but big enough to stretch my penis hole. I would want a guy who has extreme penis lust to masturbate me first to get the pre-cum going so the catheter would slip in easier. My torturer should love to torturer a mans penis. Where do I get the electro catheter? I suppose with the catheter in the penis that when I ejaculate the milk will not come out, so my torturer will pull it out then suck the milk from my penis.

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    Re: Putting things into your penis

    In the hospital I had surgery. I was asleep when they put the cath in, but awake when they took it out. Talk about a great feeling.....
    The next trip to the hospital some years later. I couldn't pee after the surgery. The dr. ageed to a cath, for 1 piss only. It felt "good" going in. And great coming out. If it would have been a male nurse doing it to me, he would have been holding a hard cock.

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