I was wondering if anyone could answer this for me.
my husband and I engage in sexual activities that include kicking, punching, and pulling his testicles. I was wondering if that could lead to problems later on. I went on different sites and learned that it takes a lot to rupture a testicle but I was wondering about sperm counts_ infertility, erectile dysfunction, or anything like that.
well im a man 38 years and i just started this obsession of ballbusting...im crushing my balls under women heels and shoes by myself
and i have discussed that with few domina who r doing that also, they all confirmed to me that the testicles can handle much more than we can expect...the testicles will rupture only if you kick them hard i guess more than 50 Pound force...
the question that, what about your hasbund? how much does he bear that? you have to do the things according to his threshold..thats the secret you know?
I have been with my husband for 12 years. I have ballbusted him since our 3rd date. I dont take it easy on him and he has never had any problems because of it. He likes very hard hits/kicks/knees,etc.. We have 2 kids so obviously they still work lol :) They can definitely take what you dish out!
I've always liked bb and intercourse. BB can cause injury and one never knows what kick will really do it. (Rupture, whatever.) Testosterone reduced by every moderate swelling. Worst cases --- permanent pain, even when you don't want it. If you take full force blows to your balls you are crazy. So you want a reduction in your sex drive --- including wanting a reduction in wanting your balls balls busted. You risk losing interest in intercourse (ballbusting is more exciting and immediate). I practice moderation --- 50% shots and minimal swelling/crushing. Any more and you're playing with fire.
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