Ben wa balls are not to be confused with
their larger cousins, Duotone balls.
These are plastic balls about the size of a golf ball, connected by a
plastic tube, with smaller balls or weights inside them. These larger balls typically have a string
attached so they can be removed easily, while ben wa balls are usually
independent and must be removed either by relaxation or proper pressure from
the vaginal wall muscles. Duotone balls
are an independent sex toy; they’re large enough that you wouldn’t be able to
fit more than the head of a penis in at the same time, and you’d have to
navigate around the string. There’s also
a variation on ben wa balls that links 4-5 of them together and does have a
string for easy removal; this variation is often referred to as anal beads,
although they can also be used in the vagina.
Then there are those decorative Chinese
“relaxation balls.” These have been sold
in Chinatowns across the country for decades. They come in a fancy box and they’re
decorated with enamel paint and gold filigree.
They have a weight and a chime in each one, and their intended use is to
massage your hands. They make a noise
and have an interesting vibrating sensation when you jiggle them. Despite their seeming potential for erotic
pleasure, the Booty Doctors would strongly recommend NOT inserting these into a
vagina. Unless your woman is adept at
these kinds of things, she is likely to have great difficulty removing them
once inserted. Some of our friends can
attest to this fact, and the anxiety that sets in when something’s hard to
remove from your vagina will make it that much more difficult. While I have a sneaking suspicion that
whoever began importing them saw the erotic possibilities, we say there are
easier ways to have just as much fun.
And, they do make great hand massagers.
In our quest to increase pleasure in the
lives of men and women everywhere, this is your Booty Doctors educational tip
of the week. Happy experimenting!