What if I Don’t Like Urethral Play?

Don’t Like Urethral PlayUrethral play can be an incredibly arousing and pleasurable experience. While this type of sexual stimulation is still not overly popular among general population, there are so many people who enjoy urethral stimulation. In fact, this type of sexual play is becoming more popular, with new and exciting urethral toys you can try. This is why there are many new people who wish to try urethral play and see if this is something they enjoy. Many of these people learn that yes, they like urethral play a lot.

However, there are also those who do not like it. What happens if you want to try urethral play but don’t like it? What if you simply don’t like urethral play?

Reasons Why You Don’t Like Urethral Play

There may be numerous reasons why you might not like urethral play despite your wish to enjoy it. It is important to find out what your reasons are so you can fix the issue.

Perhaps you don’t use proper urethral toys. Many people make a mistake of experimenting with random items or household objects. This can be very dangerous and while some people enjoy it, keep in mind that these objects are not proper sex toys. There are many high-quality yet affordable urethral sounds, penis plugs and other urethral toys you can use. To keep yourself safe and comfortable, make sure to use proper toys for urethral stimulation. A proper toy is a must if you want to enjoy urethral play.

Another common problem is toys that are not of appropriate size. Keep in mind that beginner users should stick to shorter toys, such as smaller penis plugs. If you really want to start with longer urethral sounds, make sure to pick super-smooth ones that are good for beginners, such as Hegar sounds. Other good choices for newbie users are Rosebud and Dittle sounds. When choosing the diameter, pick a slimmer toy but not way too thin – an ideal urethral toy is the one that is of the same diameter as your urethra.

Some of the most common problems for people who don’t like urethral play is bad technique. Keep in mind that this type of stimulation is something that you have to learn. It is a trial an error process so you need to be patient. Speaking of patience, urethral play requires a lot of it, especially in the beginning. You need to go slowly and take your time until you learn how to insert toys and enjoy them.

Additional Things You Can Try

You should always think about safety. Always make sure to sterilize your toys before use. Clean them afterwards and keep them in a clean bag or a box. Use only sterile lube such as SurgiLube for urethral play, and use plenty of it.

Never try to push a toy into the urethra: if it doesn’t want to go gently, take a rest and continue after some time. Remember: a toy should slide inside of the urethra – you should never use force for this!

Also, urethral play is something you can do with a partner. Sometimes, one partner is more into it than the other. In these situations, it is important to discuss it with your partner to make sure that you are both comfortable with this type of play.

I Don’t Like Urethral Play: Now What?

If you don’t like urethral play but want to enjoy it, there are a few things you can do. First of all, you need to discover what is about urethral stimulation that you don’t like. Be it improper toys, impatience, not enough lube or a bad experience – think about it so you can find the reason why you don’t like urethral play. Once you know what’s preventing you from enjoying urethral stimulation you will be able to solve this issue and hopefully experience full enjoyment of urethral play.

Also, remember that it might be that you are simply interested in the idea of inserting toys into urethra. Some people find the mere idea of this sexually arousing. Many of these people enjoy urethral stimulation but others simply like it as a fantasy. This is fine; some things belong to fantasies. If urethral play is something you want to think about but not actually do, this is fine, too. Just make sure that there are no other reasons (such as improper urethral toys or impatience) preventing you from enjoying urethral stimulation.

About Craig:
Craig Rutledge is a staff writer for TheChainGang. His main interests include sex toys for men, particularly urethral sounds and ball stretchers. He is also a proud owner of numerous body piercings. He says: “I am happy to contribute with my experience and knowledge about various penis toys and stretching devices. There is still so much unknown about things like urethral sounding, ball stretching or male chastity and it needs to change. I will share my experience and advice in order to help men, young and old, to discover these toys and have the best fun”. In addition to writing, Craig also answers questions and provides handy advice for people learning more about extreme sex toys for men.

One thought on “What if I Don’t Like Urethral Play?

  1. I really enjoy urethral play. My favorite tool is a smooth vibrating urethral sound that I purchased from the Chain Gang, though I do have to withdraw it before I cum because I read that it is not good to not let the cum shoot out when it wants to. I think I would enjoy the cum more if I could keep it inserted. I have tried some penis plugs with holes in them, but I keep coming back to the smooth vibrating sound- it just feels so good. Sometimes I put my E-Stim rubber loop around the top of the smooth vibrating sound for extra stimulation (and one loop around my balls and penis). Here is my problem: whenever I use the urethral sound, it burns to urinate for several days thereafter. The burning is right near the top of my penis. I use high quality surgical lube, so I do not believe it is an infection. I have read something about the cells inside your penis are only used to one way flow, and when you insert something down in the penis it irritates these cells. Because of this, I do not do urethral play often. Does anyone else have this problem, and is there a solution, or does it eventually go away if I do it more often? Thanks for the advice.

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