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How to Choose Urethral Sounds for Beginners

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 7:55:52 PM America/Chicago

Urethral sounds are excellent sex toys made for deep exploration. Even beginners can use urethral sounds if they are careful and informed about how to proceed. To stay safe, you need to know what you’re doing, you need to know which precautions to take and you need to know which sounds are safe for beginners to try. Read more to learn how to choose the best and safest urethral sounds for beginners. Read More
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Guide to Urethral Sounds

Thursday, February 4, 2016 2:00:24 PM America/Chicago

Most sounding enthusiasts have many different sounding kits in their collections, but novice users sometimes have a difficult time differentiating between sounding types. This guide will showcase the most common types of urethral sound and it will help you decide which ones are the best for you. Learn more about the most popular types of urethral sounds: Hegar, Van Buren, Rosebud, Dittle, Pratt, Hank and Gyuon sounds. Read More
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How to Choose Your First Ball Stretcher

Friday, January 15, 2016 7:10:32 PM America/Chicago

Your first metal stretcher should be simple and light enough for beginners to provide the best experience for someone who’s only starting with ball stretching. Read More
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Ball Stretching Tips for Getting Better Results

Tuesday, January 5, 2016 10:02:22 AM America/Chicago

Ball stretching is an experience that can bring many advantages and some of the most enjoyable moments. This is why all men interested in ball weights and ball stretching need to know how to improve this process to their best satisfaction. If you want to know how to maximize your ball stretching and make it as fun as it can be, here are some of the top tips that will sure make the experience so much more enjoyable. Read More
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Surgical Steel and Other Metals Used for Body Jewelry

Sunday, May 17, 2015 4:23:06 PM America/Chicago

Body piercing jewelry is made from a wide variety of materials. The first thing you need to know is that not all of these materials are created equal. Some materials are body-friendly and therefore safe for use, while the others contain harmful chemicals and can cause allergic reactions.

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Ball Stretching and Ball Weights

Thursday, February 12, 2015 3:49:58 PM America/Chicago

Ball stretching is an exciting activity many men like to try at least once in their lifetime. There are many different types of ball stretchers and ball weights you can use to achieve the desired results. The most popular ones include: leather ball stretchers, metal ball stretchers and parachute ball stretchers. In order to ensure a perfect fit, you need to know how to properly measure for your ball stretcher. Read More
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PA Piercing and Recommended Jewelry

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 9:16:33 AM America/Chicago

The good news is that PA jewelry is in many ways multi-functional, so you don’t have to go with any specialized Prince Albert jewelry pieces. This makes it much easier for you to get the best jewelry, regardless of the piercing size. Finding jewelry you like and that fits you is not a problem for people with PA piercing.

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How to Measure for a Ball Stretcher

Monday, November 10, 2014 12:21:35 PM America/Chicago

To get a suitable ball stretcher, it's crucial to know how to measure yourself and how to size yourself for the best fit. Read More
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Re-use or Not – What to Do with Your Old Body Jewelry

Thursday, September 4, 2014 8:14:47 AM America/Chicago

The Dangers of Used Body Jewelry As you probably know, used jewelry is not always sanitary to wear. This is particularly true for used body jewelry, because it goes inside a person’s body. It gets in touch with body fluids and flesh, so it’s worse than using someone else’s toothbrush. Even more, some body jewelry is worn in very intimate places (nipples, genitalia, etc.) This is even more risky. It’s clear that simply using someone else’s old jewelry – or giving away your old jewelry – is not the best idea. But what if I clean it, you say? Read More