Urethra Sounding…very unnerving sexplay.
I first came across the term “sounding” while porn surfing online. Urethral sounding is the medical use of probes called sounds to increase the inner diameter of the urethra and to locate obstructions in it. Apparently it is also a form of sex play. Even though I say to each his own when it comes to what turns you on (as long as its not harming anyone else), I have to admit this hurt my stomach to watch! The man in the particular video I came across had inserted the rod end of a can opener into his pee hole, and I mean completely inserted. He then proceeded to jerk off with the rod still in place and came pretty quickly from it.
Excuse my naivety on the subject, but as far as I knew most men cringed to the thought of anything going inside of their little pee hole. Soap and water getting in there freaks them out. Imagine my suprise when I found out there are men who actually enjoy the sensation of having a metal rod lubed up and inserted down in there! Of course there are medical risks involved including UTI and a torn urethra but using the proper tools carefully can lower risks. Here are some of the PROPER medical tools used for sounding:
Sounds (or Urethral Dilators, to use the proper nomenclature) come in a variety of shapes and sizes – lets have a look at the differences:
Dilators are also suitable for women, the depth of insertion governed by the ’stop’ on the shaft, therefore, quite safe; but may not be long enough for everyone
Sounds are quite similar to the Henk above – without the ridge.
They are suitable for men & women and they are relatively safe.
These are for the experienced ‘player’ very long sounds especially for reaching the male bladder.
These tools are typically made from surgical stainless steel and are highly polished.
I also read on a thread in a chat room a woman asking if females could sound. Which was a good question considering our pee holes aren’t that visible. But as you can see from the picture below, it is definately possible! Would I ever try it? I dont think so!!!
For a more in depth description or personal experience on sounding read this:
sounding tools info: http://www.pierceit.co.uk/piercing_info/sounding/