Tamakeri is a Japanese word that literally means "kicking testicle." This practice is also known as “ballbusting” and is a sexual fetish and subgenre of BDSM in which a man's testicles are abused.
The dominant partner shows his superiority by putting the dominated partner's testicles at his mercy to make him comply with his instructions. The partner hits his testicles like he would with a punching bag, or kicks and knees him in the genitals. Moreover, you can also grab the testicles and painfully crush them between your fingers or spin them several times.
Why does people like this?
Experts explains that ballbusting generates the same as all sado techniques: one of the parties exercises a position of dominance over the other, which results in great pleasure when having sex.
The person who exerts the pain has in their hands the most precious asset of the man: his penis and his testicles, which can provide them with a high degree of excitement.
In fact, from the point of view of the one who feels the pain, the same thing happens, but in reverse: they can feel unprotected and see that their manhood is in danger and this level of helplessness gives them great pleasure.
Beware of this practice!
Ballbusting can cause serious testicular damage. Some examples of this type of injury: testicular torsion and testicular rupture.
On one side, in testicular torsion, the testicle twists on itself, preventing it from receiving blood; on the other side, a testicular rupture is a very rare type of testicular trauma.
Therefore, a testicular rupture as a testicular torsion and other serious injuries to the testicles, causes extreme pain, swelling of the scrotum, nausea and vomiting.
To fix the problem, you need to operate.
In very extreme cases, ballbusting can cause sterility or even death (heart attack).
That is why Be Unique recommends you try less dangerous sado techniques, since tamakeri is dangerous even for experts.
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