Today, I want to talk a little more about castration play. Not only that, but how we can integrate other aspects of BDSM into our pony play gelding scenes: scrotal infusion play, electric shocks, and weights. I know this doesn't appeal to everyone and many consider it edge play , but the thought of being gelded like an animal really appeals to me. There's something about being restrained like an animal, harnessed and hobbled, wearing bit and bridle, and then seeing the burdizzo or elastrator magically appear in my trainer's hand
Eunuchworld - A collection of castration and penectomy based fantasy fiction and non-fiction.
And the cutting would be without painkillers. After his balls are gone I would make sure his puny little penis would also be cut off, and that he had to pee like us girls. I enjoy bringing home my boy friends and having sex with them while my husband is watching TV. I use the testicles as earrings to show that I am proud to be a castratrix.
Men who want to be castrated fit no stereotype, have no common neuroses or childhood experience. Some are androgynous types thin and underdeveloped who want to remain in a prepubescent, asexual phase, others are eroto-phobes who don't like to feel driven by their libidos and want to become surgically tranquillised. Some want to be feminised, a few - known as nullos or smoothies - want to become nullified by having their penis removed along with their testicles. In Gelding's experience a quarter of those who get castrated continue to regulate their libidos with testosterone, which allows them to have full sex. But what compulsion drives grown men to be castrated in the first place?
This article examines stories of men who gelded themselves in early modern England. These events, it argues, were shaped and partly motivated by a culture in which castration was seen as both degrading and potentially empowering. Religious precedents such as that of Origen of Alexandria framed self-gelding as a foolhardy activity, but one which nevertheless indicated an impressive degree of mastery over the body and its urges. Meanwhile, judicial and popular contexts framed castration as a humiliating and emasculating ordeal.