Cock and Ball Torture – Tools and Toys

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Last week we discussed the basics of cock and ball torture (CBT) – looking at the guidelines that should be followed for ultimate fun and safety, and the various types of CBT that you and your partner can engage in. So now you know the basics, it’s time to take a look at the enticing and dangerous devices that will help you get the most from your genital torture!

Cock Rings

Cock rings and CBT may seem an unlikely pairing, but think again! There are plenty of sadistically sexy cocks rings available to deliver varying levels of pain. Not only will a cock ring help you stay harder for longer, it will also slow the blood flow out of the penis, maintaining a stronger erection, and preventing premature ejaculation. Keeping the penis hard will make it much more sensitive to the torture inflicted – from spikes to screws, there’s something for everyone. So what are you waiting for?

If the thought of spikes is a little too much, why not try electro-play? The Electrastim Metal Cock Ring Set (£54.99, kinky.co.uk) is ideal for both CBT and electro-play beginners. The set features five different sized aluminium cock rings, which can be subjected to as much or little voltage as you please!

Cock Sleeves

Similar to cock rings, a cock sleeve, or penis sheath, wraps the length of the shaft and is used to hold an erection. These are generally used to lengthen the penis or as part of electro-play – often fitted with rows of metal studs that act as contact points, passing electricity through the sleeve, leading to an intense orgasmic experience. The Zeus Electrosex Penis Sheath (£30.00, kinky.co.uk) is an inexpensive and comfortable toy for those new to CBT.

Testicle Cuffs

Testicle cuffs are a ring shaped device that fastens around the balls and the shaft. When worn, it stops the testicles from retreating into the body – perfect for enjoying some spanking and/or sensation play. For added intensity, some testicle cuffs are fitted with studs, pins, or contact points for electro-play.

Penis Whip

A perfect toy for those that need to be punished – keep in mind that toys for beating this sensitive area need to be fairly light and delicate. The Sharon Sloane Penis Whip (£19.30, kinky.co.uk) is a deeply kinky whip with dozens of teasing rubber fronds for a pleasurable pounding.

Clamps

These are not for the fainthearted! Clamps are designed to restrict the blood flow, and so they need constant monitoring as they can cause circulatory problems. Weights can be added for extra torment. If you’re not quite ready to try a clamp, bandages can be wrapped in various ways around the balls and penis to inflict pain and restrict blood flow. Just be wary of how tight you tie knots and don’t leave your partner tied up for too long!

Aftercare

All scenes, no matter what the focus is, should include responsible aftercare. After experimenting with CBT it is important to rest and ease re-orientate yourself. Remember, kink can be an intense experience that leaves you feeling exhausted, mentally and physically drained, and in need of some tenderness, and therefore aftercare is an expected standard of post-kink scenes and experiences. It is essential that you keep the area clean, so gently wash the penis and scrotum after your play. It is not uncommon for injuries occur, simply treat with an ice pack and/or some antiseptic cream. Avoid masturbation and intercourse for a few days until your fully recovered – rest and give yourself time and space to heal so that you’re ready for a repeat performance!

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