Sounding: The Taboo Kink That Might Just Blow Your Mind

Traditionally, sounding refers to a medical procedure used to dilate the urethra or locate an obstruction before urological surgery. But these days, sounding has become a popular kink within the BDSM community and beyond. Why? Because it feels absolutely amazing!

Imagine this: a long, smooth piece of metal (or silicone, if you prefer) slowly sliding down your urethra, hitting all the right spots and sending waves of pleasure coursing through your body. Sounds (hehe) delicious, right? That's because the urethra is packed with ultra-sensitive nerves that go absolutely wild when stimulated, especially when combined with external stimulation. Some even compare the feeling to the intense satisfaction of peeing after holding it in for way too long.

But wait, there's more! If you're into prostate stimulation, sounding is your new best friend. It targets the prostate directly, potentially leading to mind-blowing orgasms that will have you seeing stars. And let's not forget about the psychological thrill – sounding is still considered quite taboo, which can be a major turn-on for some. For others, the act of being penetrated by a sound while in a submissive position with their dominant partner heightens the experience even further.

And here's the best part: sounding isn't just for penises! In people with vaginas, the urethra is perfectly positioned for powerful orgasms. However, since the female urethra is shorter and thinner, additional precautions are necessary. Only use sounds specifically designed for female anatomy and always prioritize safety.

Now, before you get too excited (and you should be!), it's important to remember that sounding can be dangerous if not done properly. We're talking urinary tract infections, scarring, and even objects getting stuck. Yikes! But don't worry, we've got your back. We'll walk you through everything you need to know to sound safely and enjoyably.

First things first: what will you need?

  • Lube: Lots of it. Think of sounding like trying to slide a ribbon through a straw – it's going to be a lot smoother with plenty of lubrication. Water-based lube is your best bet, especially if you're using a silicone sound.
  • Toy Cleaner: All sex toys need a good cleaning, but sounding implements require extra special attention. Rinse your sound in warm soapy water or use a dedicated toy cleaner, then sanitize it by boiling it for a few minutes.
  • Sounding Implements: Start small and gradual. A set of silicone urethral dilators is a great beginner-friendly option. Look for something around the diameter of your own urethra – about 8 to 9mm for the average guy.

Now that you're all set up, it's time to get started! Here's a step-by-step guide on how to sound for the first time:

  1. Relax and take your time: Sounding might seem a little intimidating at first, but the key to a good experience is patience and relaxation. Set aside some dedicated time when you won't be interrupted.
  2. Get in the mood: A little foreplay never hurts. Maybe watch a steamy movie, listen to some sensual music, or engage in some mutual masturbation. The goal is to get yourself (and your urethra) nice and relaxed.
  3. Lube up: Generously apply lube to your penis and the tip of your sound. Don't skimp – a dry sound is a recipe for discomfort.
  4. Find your opening: Use one hand to carefully spread your urethral opening while guiding the sound towards you with the other hand. If you have a partner, this is a great job for them!
  5. Slow and steady: Gently insert the tip of the sound. Don't force it – let your body relax and the sound slide in naturally. If you feel pressure or discomfort, pause and try again.
  6. Let gravity do the work: Once the sound is in, don't start thrusting right away. Let it sit for a minute or two to allow your body to adjust. You can experiment with slight movements of your hips to see what feels good.
  7. Remove with care: When you're ready to finish, gently pull the sound out the same way you inserted it. Make sure to pee afterwards to help flush out any remaining bacteria.

And there you have it! Your first sounding experience. Wasn't that fun? Now that you know the basics, you can start exploring different sounds, techniques, and sensations. Just remember to always prioritize safety, communication, and consent – even when it comes to a little bit of naughty fun.