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Vibrating Penile Implants For Heterosexuals

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This probably betrays some failing in my understanding of anatomy, but at least that failing is non-partisan in its, well, failure.

Replace the corpora cavernosa in the penis with inflatable vibrating implants in order to mimic the effect of a vibrator on the female reproductive tract, thereby increasing the probability of orgasm for people born with at least one vagina and currently in possession of a clitoris.

That's it. I'm probably wrong in some way. I'm sure you'll tell me.

nineteenthly, Nov 12 2018

Flexibility is a must https://www.ncbi.nl....gov/pubmed/8813925
For his/her comfort and enjoyment [Sgt Teacup, Nov 12 2018]


       Power source?
whatrock, Nov 12 2018

       //Power source ?//   

       Maybe one of those self-powered flashlight things...   

       <clank> <clank> <clank> <clank> <buzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......> <clank> <clank . . .
FlyingToaster, Nov 12 2018

       I don't know of any material or structure that's both inflatable and capable of vibrating. So you might as well keep most of your corpora cavernosa, and only replace as much volume as the vibrator takes up.   

       Also, I expect the stimulation would end up going mostly to the genitals in which the vibrator is implanted, rather than the partner's.
notexactly, Nov 12 2018

       Oh it runs on the Krebs cycle like everything else. You dip your willy in syrup first of course, sorry I forgot to mention that. No, actually it's a syrup-filled condom, otherwise there might be a yeast problem. Or, it could be like an electric toothbrush and charges by electrical induction.
nineteenthly, Nov 12 2018

       There are various muscles that act on the penis. I'm sure that, with the right electrodes and hardware, you could get them to twitch at an acceptable 20-30Hz.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 12 2018

       // it could be like an electric toothbrush and charges by electrical induction //   

       More dignified than a posterior power pack.
whatrock, Nov 12 2018

       It looks like it came from the "Tails for All" idea, but it's got a mains plug
lurch, Nov 13 2018

       The bulbospongiosus muscle might be a good first candidate. Could be a bit invasive to apply electrodes to it, though.   

       Anyway, if muscles can be twitched at such frequencies with electrical stimulation, why can't I do the same by sending signals from my brain?
notexactly, Nov 13 2018

       //why can't I do the same by sending signals from my brain?// because your brain doesn't work that fast. Next time you have a tremor or a shiver, note its rate and try to replicate it by conscious effort.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 13 2018

       //it could be like an electric toothbrush//   

       That could be a selling point. With a suitably bristly condom, it could be used for combined oral sex and dental hygiene.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 13 2018

       <barely resists the urge to rewrite Copacabana lyrics as Corpora-cavernosa>   

       You know, like, 'hottest g-spot tickle since Casanova...'   

       Whew that was close.   

       Two Fries, you're fired.
21 Quest, Nov 14 2018


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