There it is, you have the package in your hands and you can barely resist the urge to shred the wrapper with your teeth (not very sanitary anyway!) After some time for thought (and possibly testosterone ), you finally got yourself a suitable stroker for trans people assigned female at birth. And here we go!... but how does it work?


What is a stroker?

It is a soft and elastic silicone masturbator in the shape of a penis or not phallic. The center of the prosthesis is hollow with an opening at the base and reliefs on the interior walls. The length and aesthetics may vary from one stroker to another, but the majority are used the same way thanks to two magic concepts: suction and friction!

It is important to note that you must have a minimum genital growth to get to make full use of a stroker. After some time on hormone therapy with testosterone, the tissues of what was the clitoris expends to grow in length and/or expand to form what looks like a mini penis. The name is very personal to everyone: dicklit, peen, dick, growth, etc. I personally use “peen” and this is the term I will use in my explanations. This genital growth is full of very sensitive nerves which can be very pleasurable and lead to orgasm when stimulated and this is where the stroker comes in!


How does it work?

The concept is simple: we insert the peen inside the stroker and, with the movement and the suction, we give ourselves pleasant sensations! In reality, it may be a bit more complex than that, but lucky you! This text will explain the best tricks to have the best moments! You will need water-based lubricant to avoid discomfort (it is very important not to take silicone-based lubricant since the prosthesis itself is made of silicone. There would be a chemical reaction which will damage your precious stroker!), an environment conducive to time for yourself and your stroker.

With your finger, spread a light layer of water-based lubricant at the entrance and inside the prosthesis. Thereafter, slightly stretch the edges of the stroker, (without unrolling the stroker) to put the end of your peen at the base do that the prosthetic can be wrapped around your growth. You are now inside! Congratulation! The sensation of penetrating your own peen can bring on a lot of gender euphoria and brand new feelings; you can take your time to live in the moment. When you're ready, squeeze the end of the stroker to force the air out and create a suction effect that will pull you deeper inside.

From the moment the prosthesis is properly installed on you, it's time to experiment! Each body being different, they are stimulated in their own way. Some people prefer friction and move back and forth, slow or fast. Others will squeeze the tip of the prosthesis at a certain rate for a sucking sensation. You can try lying down, standing, kneeling, in the shower, in the bath, alone or with a partner, in duo with other stimulations, etc. The techniques are diverse and almost infinite to do good physically, but also psychologically by reducing gender dysphoria. It's up to you to explore and maybe a certain stroker will work for you more than another.

Of course, we have to talk about safety!

Since there is a suction effect, a stroker is not made to be put on the body for hours at a time. It is necessary to check the color of the peen during the game; the latter should not turn purple or blue, this would mean a lack of oxygen in the tissues. In the long term, you could create irreversible damage to blood vessels, nerves and flesh. A lack of lubricant with a lot of friction to end with a blister (water blister) on the peen or abrasions. Using a stroker should never be painful. If the experience starts to get uncomfortable, stop your session for now and let your peen rest. With a good application, a stroker is not dangerous for the body and ends in very pleasant moments.

That's it! You now know how to handle your stroker! If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the company, which will direct you to the right resources. With that, I'll let you have fun! Remember to clean your prosthesis with a toy cleaner or mild soap after each use!

Text written by @trans_big_brother 
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