The use of specific medical instruments, in BDSM sex play, that are inserted into the Urethra of the Penis.

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Meaning

"Sounds" are medical tubes that are inserted into the Urethra tract of the Penis.

These are 'probes' used to stretch and find obstructions in the Urethra.

In BDSM sex play, these probes are used to stretch the urethra and to provide stimulation to the 'male slave or bottom'.

History

These are rigid rods, made today usually from stainless steel, or hard rubber. Other easily sterilized rigid materials generally comprise the makeup.

Glass was originally used, however due to its ability to break, has since been discontinued.

Sounds come in different configurations, and diameters.

All are generally are curved and closed at the tips, and also come in various lengths.

Some are designed with curves, for easier insertion through the Urethra into the bladder, while others are designed to go no further than Cobb's Curve (considered a safe area of the Urethra, so they can be easily retrieved and removed)

There are specific sounds (probes) used for Males and Females.

Most common probes (sounds) for men are the Dittle and the Van Buren sounds, both named after their inventors.

Practice

DO NOT DO THIS WITHOUT PROPER INSTRUCTIONS and SUPERVISION FROM ONE WHO HAS AN INTIMATE KNOWLEDGE OF THIS FORM OF SEX PLAY.

You will need, or should have the following before starting the procedure.

Generous supply of lubricant, like KY. Other kinds should be checked to make sure they DO NOT CONTAIN Noxonol-9 or preservatives. (these are irritants)

Clean and freshly washed towel.

Sterile gloves, surgical standard (latex)

Ordinary serving tray

Antibacterial soap and clean wash cloth.

Alcohol and swaps.

Luer-tip syringe, or the type of hypodermic used to feed babies.

Keep in mind that it is important to keep all items as sterile as possible.

Use of a sling is not recommended.

Instead, the bottom/slave should be stretched out on the bed or flat surface, with the genitals at one corner, the legs draped down and off on either side.

This allows you easy access to the penis.

You will need to be seated, close to the bottom's genitals. Your 'materials' need to be within reach as well.

Wash the genitals with the antibacterial soap and warm water. Make sure to wash fully all of the surrounding area, then dry carefully with a clean towel.

Unwrap the sterilized sounds on your tray, and arrange in order of size, careful to only touch the handles.

Fill your syringe with the lubricant, trying to make sure there are no bubbles inside.

Now put on the gloves, being very careful as to what other objects you touch.

Use an wipe, with alcohol, wipe down the sounds again, to insure any airborne bacteria is removed.

BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY.

Insertion requires care and practice.

Select the largest sound, that will comfortably be allowed, then with the syringe, take hold of the penis, and gently spread apart.

Insert a generous amount of the lubricant, holding the penis so that it doesn't discharge the lubricant. There will be some discomfort as the tissue inside adjusts to the lubricant's chemical makeup.

The penis should be held upright, at about 90 degrees, when first placing the sound (probe) into the Urethra.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES FORCE THE SOUND DOWNWARDS.

It is important to let gravity do its thing. Your main job is to guide the sound, not force it in.

Once in place, gradually remove, insert more lubricant, repeat with a larger sound. Keep in mind, you don't want the sound to 'drop' and the larger the size, the greater the tendency for it to simply drop inwards.

DO NOT DO THIS WITHOUT PROPER INSTRUCTIONS and SUPERVISION FROM ONE WHO HAS AN INTIMATE KNOWLEDGE OF THIS FORM OF SEX PLAY.

Noteworthy:

It is extremely important to use proper sterilization of these probes, otherwise the risk of serious infection can occur.

An autoclave is recommended, but failing that, the use of a bleach solution in a pressure cooker is suggested.

Insertion can carry the risk of tearing of inner tissue, again adding risk of infection as well as other serious complications.

For use on Males, avoidance of the S shaped probes is important, as these are designed for woman.

Other meanings

These probes (sounds) are also used in the piercing process of the penis.

In this application, the primary purpose is to stretch the urethra, rather than to stimulate the male.


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