Ever wondered what it’s like to have sex with a man with a penile implant?
Writer Anka Radakovich has spilled the beans about what it’s like to have a lover with a bionic penis.
She revealed that she had a relationship with a good-looking 39-year-old man who suffered impotence due to diabetes.
She told Men’s Health: “He was so cute and funny, I didn’t really care. Besides, an erect, on-demand, rock hard schlong that could go for hours? I was in.”
Radakovich explained there are four levels of hardness: “limp, half-chub, hard, and ‘OMG you’re going to kill me with that thing.’ I feared it would feel like I was fornicating with a baseball bat.”
The first uses inflatable plastic cylinders inserted into the “erection chambers” of the penis that can be pumped up with water and the second uses plastic rods that are manually bent into position when needed.
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Radakovich revealed that after some “making out,” they were ready for sex and her lover did about 20 “squeeze pumps” on a small, grape-sized pump below his penis.
She said his manhood inflated “like one of those balloon animals at a carnival.”
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She went on to say that the penis felt normal to the touch, and that by the time they had intercourse, she forgot all about it and enjoyed herself.
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She added: “After he finished, the thing was still standing at attention. Since there is no refractory period, his bazooka was ready to go. It was bionic.”
Sadly, the romance didn’t last, as he moved away, but Radakovich said she is hoping to meet him again when he’s 80 — and still has the “boner of an 18-year-old.”
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Last week, the first Brit to have a bionic penis fitted, Andrew Wardle, told This Morning his girlfriend had no idea he had been born without a penis until they’d dated for nine months.