A SO hanging question
I am now hanging SO.
My setup is crude but effective in trying to pull my shaft outwards from my attachment points.
MY set up also allows my to make angles of hang or pull above that of my lot ( 7 -8).
What has concerned my though with SO hanging is the abilitly to monitor my head color.
Bearing in mind the color of the head also has something to do which the fact that it is now under a desk top and not directly exposed to lighting in the room, I get the feeling that my head colour is darker now with SO then it was with BTC and SD. Infact there is alot of bunching up behind the head of my internal structures with SO then then ever has been when in BTC.
I monitor the temp. and yeah its alittle bit cool but not like I need to worry about it.
I have been trying kegel and reverse kegel to get some more blood circulation flowing but its not a natural process yet so I am stilling working on it. But what is interesting it the amount of movement in my shaft when I do the kegal and reverses.
On the kegel I can see my whole shaft jump or tug back on the release of the kegal and it seems like a second later I feel something inside the sides of my base kind of then relax. Maybe that is those ligs I though that were made of aircraft grade metal.
Even more exciting to see for me is the reverse kegel. My shaft actually jolts forwards but I feel no aftershock in the completion of the revese kegal like I do with the normal kegel.
So stuff me I have almost forgotten what the point of my question was going to be. Oh yeah how many upper angle hangers can now see the head clearly and notice that it is now more darker in colour then before like in BTC?
I hope my SO setup is not acting like a noose, however I feel the temperature is the answer that all is okay.
Also how many hangers have seen the results like I have when Kegel and reverse Kegeling. I tried doing this previously while in BTC but could not see or feel the movement like I do in SO hang position.
Oh BTW when I say Kegel I mean PS squeeze. I hope I haven’t got the terms stuffed up.