Top 5 Tricks For The Ultimate Ball Sucking- Guide

The Ultimate Ball SuckingAnyone who is born with testicles — or has had any experience with kneeing someone who had them — knows fully well that the balls are ridiculously sensitive male parts.

For better or for worse, a biological man’s ball sack is loaded with numerous nerve endings that are capable of creating insanely intense experiences for those who have them, according to Dr. Evan Goldstein, founder, and CEO of Bespoke Surgical. She goes on to elaborate that with the right kind of touch, the sensation elicited is that of intense pleasure.

Furthermore, Dr. Megan Stubbs, clinical sexologist, and EdD opine that balls are that part of the male genitalia which are usually considered a feel-good region, so it must not be too surprising that tickling balls can feel immensely good.

However, there’s one more reality that cannot be denied. Many people avoid physically handling their partner’s testicles altogether because the popular image of men grimacing in pain as someone clutches their balls is deeply ingrained in our minds.

While the nutsack is indeed a very sensitive area for men, they are not completely off-limits. You only need to be extra careful to know when and what feels good to your partner. This is why we have striven to put together this article for ultimate testicle play. Here, experts explain, suggest as well as recommend the advantages of ball play, plus share their tips for the right type of attention to be given to your beau’s balls.

Benefits of playing with balls

Playing with your partner’s testicles can be an incredibly pleasurable experience — which can be a sufficient reason for giving them some much-needed attention. However, did you know that the ball stimulation activity might also provide certain health benefits as well? If you did not, then you are in for a jaw-dropping surprise. Read on.

It is the testes’ biological responsibility to generate sperm, and as per Dr. Goldstein’s claim, stimulating your partner’s balls might boost the production of this male reproductive cell. She says that ball stimulation can actively promote ejaculatory production as well as response.

Playing with the nutsack can also enhance your blood circulation in your genital region if Stubbs is to be believed. Moreover, while testicle play in the bedroom cannot completely replace routine visits to your doctors, it might help people identify certain physical abnormalities in their partner’s private parts.

Stubbs says that regularly playing with your partner’s balls can help increase your familiarity with them. This way you will be able to detect any irregularities such as swelling and lumps which might indicate that something is wrong.

If that sounds something of a turn-off and very un-sexy, you might want to consider the fact that every 6 in about 100,000 men are likely to be affected with testicular cancer at least some point in their lives (and that more than 70 percent of overall cases happen in adults age between 20 and 44).

This clears the doubt that mutual ball play is not only amazing for heightened sexual stimulations but also leads to your partner’s better health as well. But For your information: if you have a nutsack and are reading this, having some one-on-two action is an amazing manner by which to reap the exact benefits — besides, it might be the same amount of fun!

How to work around with combined ball play

Communicate

A lot of things can fulfill the role of ball play — you can choose to use your hands, mouth, toys, and several other different components to fondle with your partner’s testicles. This is why Stubbs says what is known as actual play will depend on one person to the next and how each enjoys their testicles being played with.

Since some people purposely look for pain as a part of their sex life, Stubbs explains how testicle play cannot be specifically defined as an activity that is only and only pleasurable. Certain people get massive pleasure from cock and ball torture, which involves a lot of pressure, and sometimes even those sensations that might as well be described as extremely painful, Stubbs concludes.

Clear and direct communication of intent matters a lot here, Stubbs explains further. This means that, if the intent of touching, licking, grabbing, etc. is consensually sexual, as well as directly communicated, and finally acted upon to arouse, it can be safely considered as mutually agreed upon testicle play.

With that being said, an erection is not necessarily an indication of testicle play to be considered pleasurable, following Stubbs’ analysis. This is a useful piece of information for those assuming that erection during testicle play is somehow correlated to pleasure when they are not.

Stubbs goes on to add that usually, testicle play should not involve any surprise at all or any action out of the blue. Unless surprise is a routine part of your sex schedule and you have already hinted it verbally or otherwise to your partner during the sexual act. But on the other hand, if you accidentally touch your partner’s testicles especially when they are expecting it the least, then that touch may or may not feel good to them.

And although some people enjoy their balls getting touched, some others might not enjoy any type of touch at all. Some people have reported their testicles getting touched to bring about an uncomfortable ticklish or out and out annoying sensation, reports Stubbs.

This is similar to how persons with vulvas crave for direct penetration while some others prefer some foreplay first, and how some desire direct clitoral rubbing while others find that too painful. But for people with testicles, their stimulatory preferences lie all over throughout the enjoyable to not-enjoyable spectrum. And you would not even know if that is entirely true for your partner unless you decide to directly communicate with them. — or, if your partner does not understand what they truly enjoy, you must directly ask and experiment accordingly.

Therefore, apart from getting all the necessary consent from your partner, clear communication is crucial for direct testicle play.

Take off all your rings!

Hand massage is essential for effective handling. Therefore, before you begin to give a vigorous massage to your beloved, ensure that you take off all your rings —beginning from the heavily clunky ones — to deal with all the hangnails.

You might go so far as to consider maintaining strict hand hygiene-and this means getting rid of your endearing manicured talons. Cutting, filing, trimming, as well as shaping your nails well enough so that their sharp edges do not accidentally snag to chip the delicate skin of your partner’s balls. Even thinking about this feels uncomfortable, doesn’t it?

Mix and match a variety of different techniques

Getting extremely handsy with your significant other’s balls can be the ultimate sexual act, or if nothing else, it can prove to be an amazing addition to yet another sexual performance such as manual, oral, or penetrative, sex — again, as long as your partner and you have discussed it in detail.

Here are some of the hand techniques Stubbs suggests using so that you can try experiencing several different sensations:

  • stroking vigorously at a downward tilting angle
  • pulling gently
  • rolling balls in your hands just like a pair of dice
  • carefully squeezing
  • tapping some rhythm on them through your fingers

For each of the techniques listed above, finding the exact pressure point that your partner thoroughly enjoys is crucial. If you go too light on them, then your partner might find it uncomfortably ticklish. On the other hand, going too hard might make your partner feel pain.

Expert advice: Stubbs says that one man’s enjoyment might be another man’s agony, sometimes quite literally! To explain further, testicles are something like snowflakes! No two snowflakes can be alike, now, can they?

So, to obtain a sense of how much sensual pressure your partner might enjoy, Stubbs suggests that you try asking your partner to demonstrate to you what they can handle and enjoy. You can start by placing your hands right on their testicles while having your partner simultaneously stimulate you, applying as much pressure as you can until doing this stops feeling good for them.

Add lube if you are using your hands,

Stubbs says that having a wetter, slicker sensation on the testicles can help minimize friction apart from adding on to the sexual experiences of your partner. Besides, she also adds that saliva acts as a quick lubricant and dries easily too.

This is where the use of lube comes in. Using lube will allow making the skin-to-skin physical contact feel less sticky and better overall, she says. Furthermore, using lube makes the shift from hand job to ball play, a lot more smooth.

Sexpert strategy: Rub your palms quickly together to warm them up before you squirt some lube onto one of your hands. This will make the drop of lube not feel cold while you apply it onto your partner’s balls.

Use your mouth

Ball Sucking

When you are giving your partner some heady oral sex, you are in the right position to include the balls as a part of the play. Heavy licking, as well as mild sucking, are normally good game, following Dr. Goldstein’s beliefs. He also goes on to say that inclusion of more tongue flicking can be done on a case to case basis, depending upon what your partner prefers.

If you are planning to suck, you must start lightly and slowly. You can try to insert the entire ball within your mouth (if you are comfortable with this and your partner enjoys this as well), or maybe only an inch or so of the balls’ skin. You must try to get the entire area as wet as you possibly can and then go gradually slow. This shall allow you to gauge your partner while building momentum. Use your partner’s nonverbal and verbal responses to guess how much further you need to go to be able to make it.

If, on the other hand, you are planning to lick, anything works! Lick every ball individually, spell words while mouthing them, lick the thin seam between your partner’s balls, or experiment with first going side-by-side and then up-to-down.

Some people might prefer having only the tip of your tongue, while some others will like the sensation offered by the flatter, thicker, heavier part of the organ. But whatever you decide to do, try not using your teeth unless directly (!) asked to do so. You must remember that their skin is veiny thin.

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