Monday, August 10, 2009

Ben Wa Balls and their uses

A pair of Jade Ben Wa Balls

Ben Wa Balls: Ben Wa balls were probably first used in the orient for sexual pleasure and may also be used to simply increase the strength of the pelvic floor muscles, much as the Taoist practice The Deer Exercise has been used for centuries and the Kegel exercises are used today. Similar to Kegel exercises, Ben Wa balls and other shaped vaginal weights are recommended by gynecologists and obstetricians to increase vaginal elasticity and bladder control.

To establish a base line for Shelly’s pelvic strengthening Chuck took a series of base-line measurements or vaginal myographs with an electromyography perineometer. A probe was inserted in her vagina and she was asked to contract her vaginal muscles and the electrical activity in her muscle contractions was picked up by 48 electrodes around the circumference of the probe and recorded in a special computer program. The results were displayed on a laptop computer so she could see how where strong her contractions were. The accuracy and the ease of reading the results of myographic perineometer measurements has improved markedly with the advent of software loaded and displayed on a laptop so that once calibrated by base-line measurements an individual patient can be confident that she is getting accurate readings when she inserts and positions the electromyography probe herself each morning. The probe was adjusted to Shelly’s pelvic anatomy and the locking lug fits up behind her pubic bone to prevent her expelling it during strong vaginal contractions. The shaft of the probe is inflatable so that the patient can increase its size when she is sexually aroused and the vaginal barrel elongates (tents) to accurately measure vaginal contractions during orgasm.

Oves, the ripple grip and Ben Wa balls: Fortunately Shelly’s cervix is smooth symmetrical and a 22mm Oves fits her perfectly. That means she will be able to ripple grip her partners during deep dive sex. With a FemCap the brim protrudes about 50mm into the vagina and prevents the vaginal muscles compressing the walls to their maximum just in front of the cervix where muscular contractions are most needed for an effective ripple grip. A diaphragm reduces the grip somewhat also so the only barrier that can be used for protection during deep dive sex and allows maximum grip strength on the tip of her partner’s penis near the cervix is the tiny, soft, thin silicone membrane of an Oves cap. However, to isolate and strengthen and be able to individually control those muscles requires training with Ben Wa balls which will allow the woman to manipulate the balls up and down the length of her vaginal barrel and from that learn how to milk the semen from an erection by squeezing and pulling on the head of her partner’s penis when he has it pressed up tight against the tip of her cervix.


  1. I'm wondering, can some "experienced" women with Ben Was twirl them within their vaginas, like Bogart did with some balls in "The Caine Mutiny"?

    Also, I'm wondering how it really feels to be milked. I know some of your guys have told you, from your previous posts, but I'd like to feel it for myself.

  2. With balls the surfaces should be as smooth as possible and the balls made of jade, Pyrex, stainless steel, gold, silicone coated iron etc. The idea isn’t to rotate them but to move them together or separately up or down the vaginal barrel sometimes together, sometimes in opposite directions and at various speeds. I imagine there is some ball rotation but if the balls are perfectly smooth as they should be it is almost impossible to tell for sure.


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