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Whether this is something you think you might be into - or you're just curious about how the heck it works - here are some key things to know about muffing.
How to Locate and Penetrate the Inguinal Canals
The easiest way to penetrate your inguinal canals is to first figure out where in the hell they are. If you take your hands, move a testicle to the side, and move your hands in an upwards motion behind the penis, you can find two soft and small entrances. The size of these entrances can stretch but it's important to move slowly.
For many people, this can be challenging at first for several reasons. Locating the canals can take some practice and
Similar to anal sex, fingering the inguinal canals is best when done slowly and carefully.
Muffing for Beginners: Tips!
The inguinal canals don't require lubrication and do not secrete any lubrication which makes muffing
Use your pinky finger
Massage the area and put a bit of pressure on the hole
After your body is used to the sensation of one finger, work up to larger fingers, and eventually toys (over time).
Try playing with the canal with tongue during oral or foreplay.
Of course, as with any practice, if you're doing this with a partner, you need to communicate as you go to make sure things are feeling good and everyone is on board. You can also combine this with other types of stimulation and play.
Why do people practice muffing?
In an interview on Autostraddle, Bellwether says, "I've heard from more than a few trans women who say it's [muffing] just not their cup of tea, and that's totally understandable and fine. I'm not invested in every one of us muffing, but I am excited when I hear from other trans women who have gotten a lot out of it."
For many trans women, penis stimulation doesn't accomplish much satisfaction; muffing, therefore, provides the ideal sexual sensation.
Muffing is typically used as a way to masturbate as it's typically discovered by self-exploration, rather than something that is shared between partners.
Bellwether says, "It is a delicate and sensitive area, and the act of muffing comes more naturally to some than others. In my own sex life it was something of a revelation: that I could be penetrated in a way that is (mostly) unique to trans women's bodies is a pretty exciting thing, and makes me feel proud of my body's differences."
The Anatomy of Muffing
Dr. Curtis Crane, a urologist, told Broadly, "Anatomically, the ilioinguinal and genitofemoral nerves - which both give sensation to the genital area - are right there in that canal, so that would feel good."
Here's the lowdown: there are four impactful nerves in the groin area and the ilioinguinal nerve runs through the canals. By massaging or stroking this nerve, it can also affect the genitofemoral nerve which generally arouses someone.
Of course, like any sexual situation,
SOURCE:kinkly.com/ S. Nicole Lane