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09/27/2010 06:32 PM

Female urethra play

sunny62778
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Wondering if any women in the group have tried urethral play?
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01/16/2011 06:17 AM
sunny62778
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Since I originally posted this topic, I had purchased a set of sounds. I started with 3mm and am up to 9mm as of this post. I have found that this has enhanced my orgasms immensely, both alone and with a partner!

01/28/2011 05:51 PM
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That is interesting. I have never heard of sounding doing much good for females. But then again, there is not a whole lot of talk about that sort of thing either. I am interested in hearing more on the topic, if you do not mind sharing.

Brenda


05/05/2011 06:02 PM
gmvc
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Not to sound naive but what's sounding?

05/05/2011 06:21 PM
HiddenButterfly
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It is the use of cathaders for sexual play.

Brenda


05/06/2011 02:19 AM
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From a man's view, it's extraordinarily sensational. I have often wondered if the female urethra is just as sensitive to stimulation as a mans. I would be very keen to hear from any woman who has tried it, whatever the resulting feeling.

05/22/2011 07:26 PM
beavermjr

I'm no anatomy expert but the male urethra passes through the prostate and that alone can be very enjoyable. I know from experience with VanBuren sounds. I don't think the female body any special pleasure places. Part of what makes it exciting for me is the forbidden nature of this.

I would also be interested to know what women experience.


05/23/2011 04:48 AM
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2676 views of this discussion, but no input?

05/23/2011 06:34 AM
HiddenButterfly
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IF you notice this group is not very active. I think part of the problem is as beavermjr said, it is somewhat of a forbidden tabboo. to enjoy things that are outside what people think of as the norm is not to be spoken of. people are still afraid to talk abotu what goes on behind closed doors and what they find erotic.

As for me personally, I have no interest in trying to partake in sounding. I am interested in hearing what pothers think and feel that if they can experience pleasure from such things, then more power to them, but for myself it would not work.

Brenda


06/03/2011 06:38 AM
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It's a shame that people are afraid to discuss what some might consider 'outside the norm'.

Where would the human race be without exploration, without pushing the boundaries?

If taboos are never discussed, they'll remain in the closet. Not healthy.

Chris

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