We were lucky enough to spend some time with Lance Navarro, one of the sweetest dirty guys you'll ever meet! I had specifically asked Lance to show us some of his techniques for sounding. (He very willingly obliged!)
We get a lot of questions about sounding and wanted to share the info with our GearFans.
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We've had a lot of customers ask us about sounding. Granted, it seems super kinky to slide a rod of steel down your piss slit but there are intensely sensitive nerve endings inside your urethra--it's a feeling like no other. And we say if it feels good DO IT!
For those of you who have never done it--or can't imagine ever doing it, here are some basic definitions.
Urethra: This is the tube that starts at your bladder and culminates at your ‘piss slit’. Frankly, it’s where your pee comes from.
Sounding: The act of putting things up your urethra. Sounding is an increasingly common sexual activity—there are a whole lot of happy tingly nerves in there. A sound is a medical probe that is designed to enlarge the urethra to eliminate blockages. Of course, if there is a way to elicit pleasure we are going to figure it out—hence sounding: the practice of sexually stimulating the nerve-endings inside the urethra.
One of our fave customers e-mailed me the other day to tell me that his doctor recommend that he sound regularly--as long as he does it safely. He felt that there were some excellent health benefits to sounding. (This is NOT a conversation I have had with my doctor. Yet!)
Sounding is actually really easy. You can order sounds from any reputable kink toy supplier (or your local adult toy store may have them too). Most sounds on the market today are manufactured as medical supplies from Pakistan. As a newbie, start with something a bit narrower. The sounds with a curve at the end are known as Van Buren Sounds. You can either use the curve as a handle (to make sure it doesn't get lost down there--although that is highly unlikely) or even better--insert that end first. Point the curve towards your body so it follows your urethra towards the core of your body. This will lead to some very exciting sensations!
The Pratt urethra sound will do the same thing. This has a slight bend near the end.
Before sticking your sound in, you can heat it or cool the metal--this makes for an interesting sensation too! Always make sure you thoroughly disinfect it before putting it in your body. I use rubbing alcohol to make sure things are clean. (If you skip this step you will likely soon discover the joys of a urinary infection. But don't go to any of your female friends for sympathy. They will likely tell you that it's about time you walked a mile in their shoes.)
Put a few drops of saline solution on your piss slit before you insert the sound. (Some guys tell me they also use lube. I would suggest Swiss Navy's Water-Based Lube since it is hypo-allergenic. Some kink stores have lubes specifically designed for this--you can try that as well. Figure out what works best and feels best for your body.)
The best lube of all is your own pre-cum. In fact, you will find that as you sound you may start to create loads and loads of pre-cum. (But we are getting ahead of ourselves!)
Are you ready to sound? You've done the prep work, now just lean back, hold your cock gently, place the sound on your piss slit and relax. Your urethra will almost seem to suck it in! Just relax and let gravity do the work. You may find that after it goes in a few inches, there seems to be a bit of a blockage. Not a problem, just readjust slightly to find a good position and let gravity pull it in. You may find that wearing a cock ring or ball weight acts as a barrier to getting your sound to go deep. If so, just take it off before you sound.
Once the sound is in your dick, you can firmly grab your cock and you will feel the hard steel core inside you! It's pretty wild. You will also likely have a smile on your face as a result of all your nerve endings getting tickled inside your prick as the sound moves back and forth.
If you want to really be driven wild, get your vibrator and touch the outside end of the sound. Warning--you might just see some stars!
At this point you can gently stroke your dick. Play with the sound with one hand while you stroke with the other--it's like inside AND outside masturbation. As you pull the sound out of your dick you will see strands of pre-cum dangling from your sound to your piss slit. (You won't need lube to put the sound back in since your urethra will be so slick from your own natural juices.) You can cum with a sound in your dick--it may feel a bit odd since there is a rod blocking the pathway and orgasms have such incredible force. But it is an amazing sight and experience.
Just remember, you have some pretty tender tissues inside your urethra so be gentle and go easy. Just relax and enjoy the trip.
I am continuously astounded by all the ways we can experience pleasure. When you think about it our bodies are really wondrously designed to experience and enjoy all sorts of erogenous pleasures. Sounding is just one more route to sexual enjoyment.
Special thanks to Lance Navarro for sharing his sounding experience with us. See more of (and get to know) Lance Navarro at http://www.rentboy.com/Listing.aspx?lid=221891&scid=145766113&sp=1&pos=14&locid=1400&iid=96888&type=escort
You can also follow Lance on Twitter and Facebook @LanceNavarro.
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- Swiss Navy Water-Based Lube: http://gearessentials.com/collections/lubricants/products/swiss-navy-water-based-lube
(Photos by Jay Williams.)