Do you like the sound of sounding? Urethral sounding is often associated with penis play, but if you have a vulva, you can also enjoy it. Wanna know more? Victoria Blisse explains all about vaginal sounding and how to explore this intriguing kink both sexily and safely. 

 

What exactly is vaginal sounding? 

It’s strange that vaginal sounding is called such a thing because the urethra – the specific area involved with sounding – isn’t actually in the vagina of non-penis owners; in fact, it’s positioned just below the clit. However. you may see the term female sounding – which whist works for some – doesn’t involve all people with a vulva. So, vaginal sounding is the term we’ll mostly use in this article.
 

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Sounding is the process of inserting a rod (usually metal or silicone) into the urethra using lots of lube. Vaginal or female sounding is often performed in a medical setting to remove obstructions from the urethra, but it has been embraced by kinksters because of the pleasurable sensations it can also provide.
 

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Why do some people get turned on by vaginal sounding? 

The urethra sits between the clitoris and G-spot, so manipulation of the urethra stimulates these nerve-dense areas, exploding sensation throughout the body. These intense feelings can be highly pleasurable in themselves, but there are also plenty of psychological reasons to enjoy female sounding too.
 

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Indeed, there’s fun for folks who have a medical fetish or doctor role play; you can incorporate bondage, use power exchange dynamics, and maybe combine butt stuff and clit stim to really get your sub overstimulated.

 

Sounding rods & other equipment

If you want to try out vaginal sounding then it’s essential that you invest in some kit specifically for the job. Don’t be tempted to try jabbing pens, sticks, forks or straws inside yourself, as these will cause damage to the urethra and could introduce infection or contaminants.
 

“The urethra sits between the clitoris and G-spot, so manipulation of the urethra stimulates these nerve-dense areas, exploding sensation throughout the body. There are also plenty of psychological reasons to enjoy female sounding too.”


There are different items made for sounding, such as metal and silicone sounding rods: some are straight-sided, but you can also get wavy, studded and ridged versions. Although penis plugs sound like they’re genitalia-specific, they’re not. In fact, they’re really good for female sounding because they're shorter.

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Just the tip? Follow our guide to stay safe (and sound!) while exploring female sounding

 

Vaginal sounding tips for beginners 

Just starting out with vaginal or female urethral sounding? Here are six top tips to get you started:

  1. Keep everything clean We're talking about your body parts as well as the sounds or plugs you are planning to use. These need to be sterile. You don’t want to be introducing infection into the urethra. Wear latex or nitrile gloves, too. Sterile is the name of the game here.
     
  2. Lube: lots of lube Not only do you need to use lots of lube on the implements you use, you also need to use specific sterile lube. Do not be tempted to use flavoured or fragranced lubricants.
     
  3. Hold your labia wide open to keep them out of the way of your urethral opening. It might be difficult to do this on your own, but if you’re playing with someone else, holding your own lips open whilst they work on the vaginal/female sounding can work well (and give you chance to concentrate on what really matters – your pleasure!). 
     
  4. Start small With vaginal sounding, it’s incredibly important to start with the smallest rods and plugs as urethras in vulva owners are shorter and thinner. It means you have to start out smaller than you might with cock sounding. You can build up to wider sizes if you want, but starting thin will make the experience go smoother.
     
  5. Don’t force it It’s important to be gentle with your attempts to probe the urethra. Stop and add extra lube if there is any discomfort or if you can’t get the rod in. And, if all else fails, try a smaller sound too if. Also , there is no shame in failure. If you don’t manage it at first, try again another time. If you become tensed up and anxious ,you won't be in the right frame of mind for such a delicate and intense experience.
     
  6. Going bigger Take your time moving up the sizes of sounds. It is possible that you can stretch your urethra, but it will go back to size unless you purposefully do it regularly (once a week). However, please be realistic in your aims.

 

Is female sounding safe?

There are risks aware in this kind of play, but being aware of these means you can drastically reduce your change of injury or infection when exploring vaginal or female sounding.
 

  • Make sure everything is sterilised and clean
  • Use latex/nitrile gloves
  • If possible, go to the toilet after you've practised urethral sounding. It may sting a little – that is usual – but peeing flushes any possible particulates out of the urethra
  • Use implements only created for sounding

 

The final FET: vaginal sounding 

The urethra is such a small hole that it's quite mind-boggling to think anything can fit in there. It’s also amazing that it can feel so good, too. Here’s a depth you might never have thought about sounding out at all! •

 

If you’re curious to find out more about vaginal/female sounding, check out our fetish forum to find what your fellow kinksters have to say, or start your own thread to enthuse about your female sounding experiences!

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