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Jun 02, 2007 · You can insert quite a long dildo but you must go slow. You have to get past another muscle group to get into the sigmoid colon, then if it's like about 18-20 inches (whew!) it has to go past another curve to get into the descending colon. This is possible if you go slow and use a LOT of lube, like J-lube for instance. I am a gay man that has experience in this situation. after you pass the sphincter you have about 5 - 8 inches probably be for the sigmoid colon which is a bend in your intestines 90 degrees to the left. it will feel as if you hit a wall and pressing on it will cause sharp pressure like pain. it is definitely the end of your colon and pressing.

Dec 31, 2017 · Speaking from experience, deep colon play can be rather dangerous. I was increasing girth and depth into the sigmoid, and trying to get past the bend into the descending colon. I worked up gradually to a dildo of about 1.5 inch diameter, and could get it all the way to the junction of the sigmoid and ascending colon quite easily. What you have encountered is not really a ring of muscle like the anus. It's actually a sharp bend in the colon, the transition between the rectum and the sigmoid colon. Take a look at this picture to see where you are on the road to deep penetration. What you've run into is the "sigmoid flexure". So you can't just plow straight ahead.

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