The Chain Trick: Have you tried it?

The Chain Trick: Have you tried it?

DancerKittyKat DancerKittyKat
What is The Chain Trick?
A quarter inch, stainless steel, sterilized chain, checked for sharp edges, is inserted into the vagina. The weight and bulk of the chain produce a heady sensation of fullness. The feeling has been compared to fisting. About two feet are inserted before a vibrator is placed on the pubic bone, vibrating the chain and creating the sensation of overwhelming, radiating vibrations.


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This trick has been mentioned in erotic books and is featured in many amateur porn scenes. Has anyone in the Eden community tried this trick? Thoughts?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
DancerKittyKat , LovingIt , sXeVegan90 , FleurDevereux , Lilith Bealove , BigBend , wist , Devz , OrbitalLover , AmilySweet , LovinThisLife , C&K0143 , Soundside46 , Asus013
14  (78%)
OH&W, Lovebears
1  (6%)
Gabs&Ski , poetprincess , Lvstoplay
3  (17%)
Total votes: 18
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11/24/2016
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sXeVegan90 sXeVegan90
This sounds raw and extremely erotic and I'm loving it! I'd definitely be down to trying this little trick out on my girlfriend. I guess I'll have to make a trip to the hardware store. I've actually never seen or heard of this practiced, I guess I've not seen enough of the more 'hardcore' porn scenes, and I've not read any erotic novels before. But, this is something I'd definitely be interested in doing with her if she'd consent and be down for it as well!
11/25/2016
DancerKittyKat DancerKittyKat
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Originally posted by sXeVegan90
This sounds raw and extremely erotic and I'm loving it! I'd definitely be down to trying this little trick out on my girlfriend. I guess I'll have to make a trip to the hardware store. I've actually never seen or heard of this ...
Let me know how it goes! And if you end up trying it, just make sure all the edges are sanded down.
11/25/2016
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
ummm, never know. Yrs ago never would have thought of using e-stims, but now it's a regular.

Should one consider using a women's condom for safety purposes. Best to avoid UTI's.
11/25/2016
DancerKittyKat DancerKittyKat
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Originally posted by OH&W, Lovebears
ummm, never know. Yrs ago never would have thought of using e-stims, but now it's a regular.

Should one consider using a women's condom for safety purposes. Best to avoid UTI's.
Interesting, while I have some safety concerns about doing the chain trick, UTI's are not one of them. I suppose since UTI's are so common, I didn't feel as though this act put me at a greater risk of UTI's than any other sexual act I would do. Personally, as long as the chain is sterilized first and I make sure to pee right after, I wouldn't feel like a female condom is necessary.

I wonder what a medical opinion would be about this. I know that according to The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, "Condom use is also associated with increased risk of UTIs, possibly because of the increased trauma that occurs to the vagina during sexual activity." However, I would suspect that putting metal chain inside a vagina would be considered greater "trauma" than a female condom.
11/26/2016
poetprincess poetprincess
Quote:
Originally posted by DancerKittyKat
What is The Chain Trick?
A quarter inch, stainless steel, sterilized chain, checked for sharp edges, is inserted into the vagina. The weight and bulk of the chain produce a heady sensation of fullness. The feeling has been compared to fisting. ...
I am usually down for anything and though this sounds like it would be fun, I am not sure about the idea of a chain being inside me. It sounds like in the long run it would do some kind of damage..
12/28/2016
Lvstoplay Lvstoplay
While I agree that the weight sounds nice, I'd rather see a heavy weight in 1 inch diameter balls. I personally have several allergies to metals, and would be hesitant to try using a chain. That much chain also sounds like a bit much. Several months ago I may have considered something metal, however my allergies have gotten a bit worse, and I'd be too concerned about any possible reactions I may have to the metal to honestly be able to enjoy the experience as it's a little harder to verify the grade of steel you are getting at a hardware store, and some cause more allergic reactions than others. I've read several erotica books, by several different authors and have never heard of this technique before.
12/29/2016
DancerKittyKat DancerKittyKat
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Originally posted by Lvstoplay
While I agree that the weight sounds nice, I'd rather see a heavy weight in 1 inch diameter balls. I personally have several allergies to metals, and would be hesitant to try using a chain. That much chain also sounds like a bit much. Several ...
I didn't know that metal allergies were a thing. That's really too bad. It was in "Mischief and the Masters" by Cherise Sinclair. I highly recommend her Masters of the Shadowlands series! She's a great author!
01/01/2017
Leil@ Leil@
Though I like to experiment with new toys sometimes, using a metal chain for inserting into vagina sounds pretty hard-core to me
But it definitely could be an extraordinary experience! I guess, choosing a chain made of a safe metal is essential in this case. Some alloys could contain hazardous metal and be very harmful
May 7, 10:22 am
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
If it's not stainless steel I wouldn't even consider it. I've never seen stainless steel chain - I'm sure you could find it - but it would be very expensive. Interesting - but not on my radar wish list.
May 8, 11:43 pm
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
If it's not stainless steel I wouldn't even consider it. I've never seen stainless steel chain - I'm sure you could find it - but it would be very expensive. Interesting - but not on my radar wish list.
Food Grade Stainless Steel 316. Grade 316 stainless is an austenitic stainless steel alloy with a high chromium and nickel content. ... Other austenitic stainless steels, such as grade 304 SS, can experience severe pitting corrosion when exposed to salt, which is often present in food products.

BTW even though Home Depot has Stainless Steel chain online (1/4 in. Grade 30 Stainless Steel Proof Coil Chain) for $35.47 for a 4 foot section. This ONLY has a Stainless steel finish to provide corrosion resistance. It would probably NOT BE SAFE for insertion.

If you want to experiment please ensure that you are only going to play with Food Grade Stainless Steel, I do not want any of you poisoned. Play Safe!
May 9, 7:30 am
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by RonLee
Food Grade Stainless Steel 316. Grade 316 stainless is an austenitic stainless steel alloy with a high chromium and nickel content. ... Other austenitic stainless steels, such as grade 304 SS, can experience severe pitting corrosion when exposed to ...
I wasn't so scientific in my description - but you are correct. Don't use anything internally that is not 316 or 316L (use to be called 316 ELC for extra low carbon) or better. Njoy toys for example are 316 ss.
May 10, 3:16 pm
Ron Lee Ron Lee
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I wasn't so scientific in my description - but you are correct. Don't use anything internally that is not 316 or 316L (use to be called 316 ELC for extra low carbon) or better. Njoy toys for example are 316 ss.
Thank you for the additional clarification, Gunsmoke.
I'm sure that you are, as I am concerned that our fellow "players" play with safe equipment.
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