The ABC’s of Gay Sex

SOUNDING

Sounding, also known as “cock stuffing,” is the practice of inserting a surgical steel rod into your urethra, the channel in your penis through which you urinate. It’s important to use a lubricant to reduce the chance of tearing the inside of the urethra during sounding. There is no real risk to transmitting a sexual disease through sounding. But if the device isn’t really clean, it can introduce bacteria into a sensitive part of your body. Some men use glass thermometers, a risky practice if the thermometer breaks. And some men use saliva as a lubricant, which might contain bacteria that can cause an infection.
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Dave Smith
Dave Smith
8 years ago

HIV cannot always be isolated in urine, and if it is, HIV concentrations are too small to pose a threat of infection. The HIV risk from drinking urine is negligible. Some conditions contribute to blood being present in a person’s urine, which would contribute to a risk of HIV transmission if your partner was infected. Urine is fine on the outside of intact skin. If there are any breaks on the outside of the skin, don’t urinate (piss) near the break(s). Remember that a pimple or shaving cut is also a break. Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a virus that can be… Read more »

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