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Re: bouncing cock

Post by Stimaddict » Thu Mar 28, 2019 4:28 pm

hey thanks esb :)



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Re: bouncing cock

Post by willy123wonka » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:35 am

Hi Stimaddict,

Thank you very much for explaining this in detail with the graphics.
If I want to use a CR loop as a butt trode, do I put the insulated part in or the non insulated part
Also, in the second diagram I assume the picture is based on the use of three CR loops or not

Again thank you so much for your explanation
Willy

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Re: bouncing cock

Post by Stimaddict » Fri Mar 29, 2019 4:00 pm

willy123wonka wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:35 am
If I want to use a CR loop as a butt trode, do I put the insulated part in or the non insulated part
See this diagram:
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CR ass trode.jpg
willy123wonka wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:35 am
Also, in the second diagram I assume the picture is based on the use of three CR loops or not
It could be used in a 3-electrode (TriPhase) setup but not necessarily. You could go for 2 CR loops on the cock or a 2-trode cock-and-balls setup.

The diagram simply shows two CR loop positions where you should insulate the top half.
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Re: bouncing cock

Post by willy123wonka » Fri Mar 29, 2019 4:35 pm

wow,
Thank you so much for all your information.
Gonna try that this weekend

Last question about the butt loop. Do I only need to insert the small non insulated part, or do I insert a part of the insulated part as well ( to reach the prostate)

Thanks
Willy

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Re: bouncing cock

Post by Stimaddict » Fri Mar 29, 2019 6:18 pm

willy123wonka> Push it all the way in. It won't get stuck.

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Post by willy123wonka » Fri Mar 29, 2019 6:48 pm

thanks

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Re: bouncing cock

Post by StimJoy » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:10 pm

I've gotten the best bouncing cock motion when using a tens-like pad on the perineum area. Can either combine that to a trode up the ass, trode on your cock, or sometimes to other pads on my lower belly area just above the cock base. If the power goes up high enough in the latter setup, you get the pulsing down in the perineum area, which in turn bounces my cock around, plus you get pulsing/tensing motion in your lower pelvic region...which can feel a lot like you are bouncing/thrusting into the pussy/ass of your choice.

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Post by Mikestim » Fri Apr 05, 2019 12:21 am

Thank you Stimaddict for all the info you provide. I have stimmed with and without insulated top and it does make a difference.

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Post by willy123wonka » Thu Apr 11, 2019 7:38 pm

Is it enough to insulate a small part of the CR loop or does it be a big part like 2/3 of the CR loop or does it not matter how big the part is that needs to be insulated to have the greatest feeling?

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Re: bouncing cock

Post by StimJoy » Mon Apr 15, 2019 9:08 pm

willy123wonka wrote:
Thu Apr 11, 2019 7:38 pm
Is it enough to insulate a small part of the CR loop or does it be a big part like 2/3 of the CR loop or does it not matter how big the part is that needs to be insulated to have the greatest feeling?

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The smaller the un-insulated area you have, the greater the concentration of feeling in that area. For the non-electrically-oriented, it's like water in pipes: for the same amount of flowing water, if you have a "large" pipe, it will flow slow; if you have a small/narrow pipe, it will flow faster (all other things being equal).

So when you start with a fully un-insulated CR loop, the current flows in at its specified rate/force, and gets distributed across the whole exposed area of the loop. Here (and this is totally made up numbers) you'll feel the current over the whole loop for a feeling of "X" (don't worry what X means, it's just a relative feeling). If you insulate half of the loop, then, the electrical current being the same amount, it has half the area for it to flow out through (flowing to the other electrode you have hooked up). In effect, now, your feeling will be something like "2X"...so it should feel like there is more current flowing, or stronger sensation in that area. If you were to insulate 3/4 (75%) of the loop, so that you get an even smaller exposed area, your relative feeling might be close to "4X". I say "might" as everyone's body is different, conducts differently, feels differently, so take these relative feeling aspects as being subjective.

The gist of it is, from my experience, the smaller the contact area of your electrode, the greater the intensity/feeling, for the same amount of current.

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