CBT (Cock and ball torture)

CBT <span>(Cock and ball torture)</span>

Cock and ball torture is exactly as it sounds. If you are interested in it, you will be wanting someone to torture and cause pain to your genitals. There are many acts that could be done to achieve this, from wax play and squeezing to flogging, ballbusting, or even erotic electrostimulation. Needless to say, cock and ball torture (or CBT as it can be called) is not for the faint-hearted and is best performed with a partner who understands you and that you trust.

When trying CBT it is best to start at the bottom and work your way up. Start with light pain, such as a light genital spanking, before you move onto things like ballbusting. Take it one step at a time, working your way up the a level you are happy with. For some, the idea of ballbusting is all that they want, but others may be happy with a bit of squeezing. It is your body, so only do what you are comfortable doing.

Communication is key, as you should be able to tell your partner what feels great and what might be a step too far. Your partner should be able to tell where your thresholds and limits are and will be able to bring you as close to it as possible. If it gets too much, remember to use your safe word. It will let your partner know when you need to take a break or if it is a bit too much for you. This will help you in the future when you go to enjoy some more CBT with them, as they will know what works for you and what doesn't.

Your safety during cock and ball torture should be taken seriously. If you feel at all uncomfortable with what is going on, stop and check yourself out. Some of the common injuries are abrasions, cuts, and bruises, but if you are at all uncertain seek advice. It is better to ask for help and be able to take part again another day!

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