Jelq "Snifter" Grip: Dangerous?
I’m new to all this and I’m innovating around the edges, but I’d like to run this by those of you that might be able to spot a danger in a technique I’ve devised.
After using the OK and U grips, I wanted to develop something that was targeted at the CCs and underside of my erection rather than the dorsal area. What I came up with is as follows:
Make sure your fingernails are not sharp or long and that you are shaved with all nicks healed before trying this
1 - Rotate right hand so that palm is facing upward, thumb is pointing left, and fingers are pointing toward body
2 - Seperate the middle and ring fingers to form a “V”
3 - Place hand at base of penis so that the shaft passes through the “V” (relax hand orientation so that palm faces or rests against underside of shaft)
4 - Curl fingers toward palm so that tips of middle and ring fingers meet on dorsal side of penis (middle and ring fingers should remain as low on the sides of the shaft as possible)
5a - Squeeze middle and ring fingers together to create a vicing action (can use other hand to assist this if necessary)
5b - You can optionally use a secondary vicing action by pressing the tips of your fingers against the dorsal side of the penis (this causes the crease of the “V” to target the center of the underside)
6 - Pull upward slowly until you reach the glans, gradually relaxing your grip as you progress along the shaft. Alternate hands.
If this is super confusing, sorry. I don’t have a digicam right now or I’d show you verbatum. Until then, this will have to suffice.
It should be noted that because of the orientation of the grip being applied and because you are targeting the underside, you can target portions of the base of the penile shaft that precede those accessible when using the OK or U style grips.
What I have found is that this grip really seems to do well at fully targeting the circumference with more focus on the CCs than the OK grip but less focus on the CCs than the U grip. You can also do this grip by applying the “V” to one CC at a time (alternating right and left sides of shaft.)
The only variation of this grip that I would not recommend is trying to apply it to the dorsal side. This could be a quick way to damage the nerve.
You can try to twist the orientation of the grip as you progress, but I haven’t done so. If you try to target the underside (the only striking advantage of this grip), you should be aware that you will be creating an asymmetrical vicing action between the dorsal side and underside of the penis. The pressure of your fingertips on the dorsal side will be applied farther along the shaft than the pressure of the crease between your fingers on the underside. I think that over time, this will give a slight straightening effect if you have an upward curve; something you may want to compensate for if you already straight and don’t want to start a negative curve.
My question for more advanced PE’ers is: is this variation dangerous?