Most people can recall at least one experience in which they remember feeling significant embarrassment or humiliation. Maybe they passed gas in front of their entire class in the fifth grade or they had a booger hanging out of their nose the whole day without realizing it. Said memory can bring them back to feelings of sheer mortification; something most people wish they’d never have to experience again. So, it may come as a bit of a surprise to hear that humiliation can be a major turn on for some people. In fact, it can play out in a number of different ways and can involve a person willingly putting themselves into a situation in which they are being made fun of or mocked for a wide range of things. Although I’ve worked with individuals who report engaging in different types of humiliation play, I have yet to work with a penis owner who has reported being turned on by the act of being made fun of or teased for their penis size. I, of course, love to learn new things, so I reached out to my followers on social media and asked if anyone would be willing to share their experiences with Small Penis Humiliation (SPH). Luckily, I received a few responses and here I am, ready and willing to educate the masses!

What Exactly is SPH?

What is SPH you ask? Well, it’s a form of play in which a person with a penis is taunted or playfully teased for its size. Like any other form of kink (or any type of sex, ideally), the way in which the humiliation plays out is discussed at length beforehand. One of the interviewees who engages in this form of play described two types of SPH: Hard and Soft. He defined Hard SPH as play that is beyond gentle teasing. For example, a statement like, “Look at that pathetic, worthless cock!” would fall under the category of Hard SPH. On the other hand, someone into Soft SPH might prefer something like, “Aww, your dick is so cute and tiny. I love it so much.” There is an obvious difference between aggressiveness and the level of taunting and ridicule in each statement. It seems obvious that if those engaging in the act of SPH do not talk about expectations prior to playing, it could definitely go bad quickly!

SPH & Empowering One’s Penis!

Although some people who engage in SPH have penises that are below average in size, there are definitely those who engage in this type of play with average or above average size penises. One of my interviewees, who has been engaging in SPH with her boyfriend for almost a year now, noted that her partner’s penis isn’t necessarily small. She was also quick to point out that since society has such rigid standards around what a penis should look like and how big it should be, SPH can be a really great way to empower a penis owner. The level of comfort that builds when the focus is on the length and girth of a penis can help one feel more comfortable with the way in which their body has developed. What once was an area of anxiety and/or self-consciousness, overtime shifts to experience of pleasure and excitement.

How Might You Play the SPH Way?

Just like any other kind of sexual act, you and your partner(s) get to decide how you want it done. But if you’re thinking about trying SPH out, you might find that role plays are your thing. Maybe a little doctor/patient role play that involves the measuring of your partner’s penis? Or a teacher/student role play that consists of making fun of the student’s penis during gym class? Get creative! Just make sure you have clear and defined limits when it comes to what is pleasurable versus what may cause hurt feelings.

Special Thanks:

I’d like to give a special thank you to the individuals who let me interview them on this topic! Their openness around their experiences were extremely helpful.

IG: Mukade1001 (Interviewee)

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