What is urethral play? Or sometimes called urethral sounding? It’s the act of inserting something into your urethra, your pee hole. Now as you can probably imagine inserting something into your urethra does come with a few more risks, than perhaps an anal play or vaginal play. The reason for this is because it is quite a delicate area of your body. Having said that with proper preparation and research there’s no reason you can’t explore this safely.
The basics on your urethral roleplay. To give you a rundown:
What is it? When you put things in your pee hole.
Why would you do it? Because it feels great.
What product should I use? 1. Penis plug 2. Sperm stopper 3. Urethra sound.
Urethra play can be explored by both sexes but it is worth noting that women carry a slightly higher risk of getting a UTI a urinary tract infection from urethral sounding play. This is simply because women’s urethra is a lot shorter and therefore closer to the bladder. It can also be a little bit more tricky actually locating the urethra. For all these reasons it tends to be more common that sissies explore this type of play. There are a lot more products on the market for sissies to be able to sample this kind of delight.
A lot of people ask me why would you want to insert something into your urethra? Now, what it might not sound like your cup of tea, initially, let me explain why people tend to delve into this area. First of all, as you may have imagined the urethra is packed with nerve endings and is really really sensitive to all kinds of touch. Sissies find urethral play particularly arousing, because not only is the opening to their urethra already near a hot spot, the head of the penis or the glans which we know is really really sensitive. Men have the added benefit of having a longer urethra which has more nerve endings and the urethra is direct access to the prostate. What a lot of people don’t know is that a standard prostate massage which is usually done via the anus isn’t actually directly in touch with your prostate. The only way to make direct contact with your prostate is actually through the urethra. So for lots of men experimenting with deep play can be extremely pleasurable, it’s the only way to really reach their equivalent of the g-spot.
Another reason why a lot of sissies particularly enjoy urethral sounding is for the psychological thrill of it. Whilst is becoming more and more popular for sissies to explore penetrative pleasure through anal play, to insert something into your gender defining genitals, blows gender stereotypes out of the water. Not only does it feel physically thrilling but it’s a psychological rollercoaster that can really open up a whole new world of fun and play.
As with all sex play different people like different things, so while some people like shallow play that just teases the very tip, other people really enjoy that deep penetration and direct prostate contact. And then, of course, you’ve got the girth lovers who actually like the stretched sensation. For these people it’s not about depth or even about the tickle at the end of the tip, it’s really about the stretch of the urethra and this is something that takes time and can take a while to build up to.
Now there are three main types of product that you can use to explore urethral sounding at home.
The first product on the list are penis plugs.
Penis plugs are designed for shallow insertion. So these are really used to stimulate the nerve endings just inside the urethra, really inside the penis head. Some penis plugs are designed for prolonged wear, whilst others designed for short-term players, for a bit of foreplay. But pretty much all of them follow this basic design: You’ll have a short section which inserts into the end of the penis and you’ve usually got some sort of t-bar or a ring at the top, they’ll prevent over-insertion. This plug, in particular, features a hole that runs all the way through the middle of it. This means you can actually wear it during ejaculation. And if you are gonna wear it for long term you can urinate through it as well.
Penis plugs tend to come in one of two materials: You’ll either find it in some sort of metal or silicon for those who prefer something with a bit more flex.
The next most popular toy for this kind of play are sperm Stoppers
Sperm Stoppers are very similar to penis plugs. In fact, they’re only really designed to stimulate the first little area of the urethra. So, up to maybe a 1-2cm (~1inch max) inside the penis. The idea is you slip a glans ring over the end of the penis and then you place the ball inside the urethra. The ring not only helps to keep it in place, but it also enhances sensation. So it will stimulate just over the frenulum and other sensitive areas at the head of the penis. All the while the little ball sits inside the urethra just to tease the area and add that sort of stretched sensation. This would prevent ejaculation. Some femboys really like to add this to chastity play. Generally speaking, sperm Stoppers are usually only made from metal. But they do come in varying designs. Whilst not all of them have got a glans ring, a lot of them do. Some feature a ball-shaped urethra and others have more of the plug shapes, or something a bit more elongated. What you go for is entirely up to you.
The final product is urethral sounds (dilators)
These are the longest of all of the urethral play toys. So, as you can imagine these are designed for deep play and trying to reach that prostate that I mentioned earlier. Urethral sounds are the types of products that are suitable for women to play with too. Urethral sounds come in a variety of materials. They’re very often made of silicon or metal. Some are smooth whilst others are ridged. They generally all feature a rounded tip, and a lot of them feature a curve which can help with deeper insertion. They come in varying thicknesses: 3-12mm in diameter. They’re perfect for anybody who enjoys either deep penetration or stretched penetration. Urethral sounds are usually quite a bit weightier than penis plugs or sperm stoppers too. And this is to aid with insertion.