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Urethral Fingering



Whereas fingers are just the ticket for stimulating the sexual organs in all sorts of ways, they can also be applied to the urethra. Many women have long known that a fingertip in the urethra can be exciting. More recently, many men have been experimenting with a finger in their urethras.

This is not for everyone. In most cases, even the smallest finger won’t fit well into the peehole. But for those who do enjoy this play, that’s a major part of the fun – the challenge of eventually getting the little finger in the urethra past the first knuckle.

There are three problems associated with this play: One is that it can sting – quite a lot, if you’re the sort of person who tries really hard to accomplish something. With practice, the sting goes away.

The second problem is that you are running a small risk of a urethral infection. To minimize that risk, sterilize your finger, your meatus (peehole), and anything you’ll come in contact with using alcohol or hydrogen peroxide. Use lots of sterile, and very slippery lube.

And finally, you can cause physical damage. The urethral lining is very fragile.

Here are a couple of accounts from people who have played with fingers and urethras:

I have played with my own little finger from time to time, with pretty much no success. In other words, I never got even the first knuckle in. I did enjoy the efforts, however. I had a friend with typical man-size fingers try it recently, and although I was feeling some sting, I had him press and twist hard. I enjoyed it, but then started bleeding a little bit. My glans (head of penis) was swollen for a couple days after that.

Years ago, I knew a very skinny woman, and we played with her little finger. She pressed and twisted, and yes it did sting, but I was having so much fun, that I barely noticed the sting. Suddenly, after great effort, I felt a sort of pop, and her first knuckle was in. She felt the pop too, and it scared her. So, she immediately pulled her finger out. Ouch, that hurt! So, if you do this, remove the finger very slowly to avoid additional pain.

Keep in mind that the sting doesn’t necessarily stop as soon as the finger is removed. The sting can be quite uncomfortable for a couple of days afterward every time you pee.

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