It’s that time of year again. No, I don’t mean “soon it will be back to school and summer will be over” time of year. Luckily, that worry is behind me. What I am referring to is on a more positive tip: It is time for DOMCON L.A. This annual “Convention de Kink” was canceled last year due to covid 19. But this year, it is back! A multi-day celebration of our lifestyle, it will be held at the LAX Hilton from August 18th to August 23rd, So why the long, shameless plug you ask? Answer: I will be a presenter there — on Saturday August 21st at 12 noon. It will be a discussion of that which I concentrated on here on kinkweekly.com – how the pandemic affected us, both positively and negatively. Please join us. Now back to our regularly scheduled program – the Ask BaadMaster feature!
I had always wanted to spotlight more adventurous forms of play; surely enema play qualifies as such. And luckily I had a question just waiting to be answered. So, without delay, here is the query:
Reader: I am really interested in enemas. So far, I’ve been making do with a homemade one. I really want to create that gushing effect, but air keeps getting into the pipes. What should I do?
I liken enemas to buying a computer. Macs have the coolest of designs. But one must know how to use a computer before considering how neat looking it is. As a beginner, you must first learn how to give an enema. (Any article that links computers and enemas is worth reading! And unlike Apple,enema technology has not advanced much for quite awhile.
Obviously, to get that “gushing effect,” you will have to use a good amount of water. But what is a “good amount?” If I tried to give you an exact amount in ounces, it might not be the correct amount for your submissive. Intake capacity varies greatly between people. Use too much fluid and it can cause excruciating pain. Theoretically, too much fluid can actually explode the large intestine. Here is my system for determining the amount of liquid that is best for your submissive.
Buy a bunch of the handy-dandy pre-packaged enemas. These are small plastic squeeze bottles with the liquid already in it — the “ready to use” kind. They cost a couple of bucks each, tops. Usually they have a lubricated tip, which makes insertion easier. Look for those with a one-way valve — this will help you eliminate pumping in air — which you already said you want to avoid.
The liquids that are included vary. They can be phosphates — which are used for the relief of constipation. I would avoid these; use the ones with saline. Of course, you can replace the included liquid. A quick list of popular enema fluids includes: milk, mild soap solution, warm distilled water, saline and even urine! And never use water that is hotter than 105 degrees as you can scald the rectum. You will find different effects with different liquids – and the “gushing” effect will vary with each. Experimentation is the word here.
Make a note of the amount of liquid that the squeeze bottle contains. Typically, they hold about four and a half ounces. Now, for your first session, use only two bottles – about eight to nine ounces. Practice doing it in such a way so as to avoid pumping air into the rectum. This skill will serve you well in creating the gushing (love that word!) effect that you so desire.
At the next session, increase the amount – use up to four bottles. If you are able to instill about a half a quart of fluid without any air getting in, you will more than likely begin to get the effect you are looking for.
If a half-quart is fine, go with it. If not, you can still increase the amount of liquid. If there is any pain, stop! By the time you get to eight bottles (about a quart) without any air, you will no doubt have reached your goal. If you have achieved it with less, note that amount – this is the correct amount for your gushing effect. Until you become skilled in the art – which includes knowledge of different fluids – don’t exceed two quarts of liquid.
If you still cannot give an enema without pumping air in, you can always massage the air out. Have the sub sit on the floor, rolling slowly onto his/her side; then massage in such a way as to push the gas out. This is a tricky maneuver; it is far easier just to learn to give an enema sans air.
Once you finally master the art of giving a good enema (an EneMaster?) — you can look into the more exotic enema equipment. And as these “enema bags” are never pre-measured affairs, you will need all your knowledge to use these devices properly.
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