A form of sexual play, where a tube or device is inserted into the penis, and either left, or further inserted into the bladder, for a more advanced form of piss play.
An involved and DANGEROUS role playing practice, in which a tube or device is inserted through the head of the penis, inside the Urethra, and further, into the bladder.
Can involve a form of control playing, denying the submissive the ability to control their ability to urinate.
The two common forms of Urethral Play are derived from accepted medical practices, such as Sounding, and the use of Catheters, most notably the Foley Catheter.
In many instances, this is about control.
The use of a catheter will inhibit the flow of urine, or allow it to flow unrestricted.
Most common method is a Foley Catheter, which has a balloon at the tip, that is inflated within the bladder, once inserted.
THIS IS NOT MEANT TO BE A GUIDE ON URETHRAL PLAY.
Clamping off the open end, will prevent the submissive from being able to urinate.
Leaving open, the submissive will be unable to prevent the flow of urine, until the bladder is totally drained.
In some extreme forms, the catheter is attached to a bag, on the leg.
A further tube is used, from the bag, to the submissive mouth.
With the clamp removed, the urine is directed into the bag, and then is expelled either over the submissive, or into their mouth, at the wishes of the dominant.
There are several variations, that can be used, depending on one's personal preferences.
Note that such play carries a high risk of infection.
While a catheter can be left in, for long periods of time, the muscles controlling the expulsion of fluids from the bladder, can weaken.
Limit of time one has a catheter should be set prior to engaging in this procedure, and many recommend a time of no more than two hours.
Practice (Associated Acts):
Use of a Catheter, or Sound, should only be undertaken with a person qualified and experienced in this form of sex play.
Risk of infection or internal damage is High, unless proper procedures, and methods are used.
These forms of sex play, require sterile procedures, and should not be rushed into.
Catheterized subjects have NO CONTROL over their bladder.
Many claim that the sensation of having something foreign, like a catheter, inside their body, actually into an organ, is what is so arousing.
While some it is the physiological thrill, of being so under another's control, that nothing is beyond the dominants control.
There is also the medical imagery, that turns on some who practice this form of sex play.
For others, it is the aspect of taking their arousal for, over, urine, that leads them to this form of extreme sex.
BEFORE ATTEMPTING THIS FORM OF SEX PLAY, CONSULT WITH THOSE WHO ARE EXPERIENCED IN IT. MAKE SURE YOU ARE FULLY AWARE OF ALL NECESSARY STEPS TO PERFORM THIS ACTIVITY SAFELY. DO NOT GUESS OR TRY TO LEARN AS YOU GO. THERE IS A HIGH RISK OF INJURY, INFECTION, WHEN IMPROPERLY ATTEMPTED.