I am a straight 29-year-old guy and I've been into ball busting - having my balls kicked and stomped - since I was 14
Published: May 3, 2012
Now, I'm generally a fan of Western medicine - prescription drugs, invasive procedures, hospital cafeteria Jell-O - but I think taking SSRIs or chemically castrating yourself to suppress an urge to get kicked in the balls six times a year … well, that's even more extreme than your kink. You would be better advised, in my opinion, to accept both your kink and your contradictions. Yes, your kink will probably shock even women who have a few kinks of their own. But if you present your kink to your girlfriends as just one fun, crazy, weird, hard-to-explain-but-endearingly-quirky aspect of your sexual expression, they're likelier to react to it positively. And if you look for women in the fetish/BDSM scene - where straight men are sometimes known to engage in S/M play with each other - your chances are better of finding an open-minded woman who isn't threatened by your kinks.
You might find a woman who wants to watch.
Finally, another sex researcher urged me to urge you to bank/ freeze some of your sperm in case you wind up busting your balls, like, permanently. Your nuts can take only so much abuse - people have ruptured and even lost testicles when ball busting, sack tapping or CBT went too far. (It can even kill you: tinyurl.com/bustedballs.) As it doesn't take a lot of force to make a guy feel like his balls have been “busted,” ask your ball-busting buddies to pull those punches, kicks and stomps.
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