E-Sex: Common Myths about ElectroSex

E-Sex: Common Myths about ElectroSex

Common Myths

There are a lot of myths out there about electro play. First, the sort of play I’m talking about is very different than being shocked by household current or an electric fence. Unfortunately, such things are often the only point of reference a lot of people have when it comes to “feeling” electricity. Proper electrostimulation is done with devices made for use on the human body and feels entirely different than what a novice might imagine.

Another common myth is electro play can force someone to have an orgasm. While it may certainly assist in having one, an orgasm cannot be induced against someone’s will. It’s true some people can orgasm from just electro play but most require additional stimulation or at least the electrostimulation must be part of an erotic situation. There are ways to electrically stimulate the prostate in most males to produce an involuntary ejaculation, but the procedure is more painful than pleasurable (it’s usually done under anesthesia) and doesn’t really qualify as an orgasm.

The final myth is that the nipples are a good area for erotic electrostimulation. Nothing could be further from the truth! Please see Section 5 on Safety.

The most important thing to remember is to NEVER create a path for the current anywhere near the heart. 

Safety

OK, please don’t skip over this section! The heart, being a powerful muscle, is sensitive to electrostimulation. If current is passed through the heart area, it could cause ventricular fibrillation, cardiac arrest or other serious heart complications. A person can easily die if medical personnel are not present to set things right. So, the most important rule is to never get the current near the heart and electrostimulation should never be used by someone with a pacemaker or other heart condition.