Pussy pump

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A pussy pump is a sex pump used for pussy pumping which is a type of temporary pussy enlargement combined with applying low pressure to her pussy. A pussy pump consist of

  • A pumping device: The purpose of the pumping device is to generate low pressure or vacuum. The cheapest pumping devices you find are bicycle horn like rubber balls. Better pumping devices are piston pumps with a handle. Additionally you find electrical pumps running on batteries or main electricity.
  • A tube which connects the pumping device with the pussy bowl or pussy cup. The tube should be detachable once the vacuum has been applied to her pussy.
  • A bowl: Her pussy will be covered by the bowl. The bowls are made of acrylic plastic or glass and are transparent in order to watch her labia growing once the vacuum has been applied. The bowls come in different sizes and shapes and (unless the bowls are much bigger than her pussy) her pussy will have the shape and size of the bowls after vacuum has been applied. The vacuum basically "sucks her pussy into the bowl".

Effect of a Pussy Pump

The pussy pump has the biggest effect on her outer pussy lips (called labia majora) and will dramatically increase the size of her pussy lips as well as temporarily cause them to erect to the outside. A further effect is the increase of size of her clit as well as an increase of dimensions of her inner pussy lips called labia minora. The effect may last up to 20 minutes. Due to the increase flood of blood as well as to the stretched skin of her pussy a much higher sensitivity might occur. A side effect is an increased production of pussy juice, which might be collected inside the bowl. The effect is called enlarged pussy. Pubic hair usually does now allow the vacuum to build up, which means that pussy pumps are most efficient on bald pussys.

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Further Sex Pump Articles and Photos

More photos and videos from amateurs showing pussy pumps can be found in VCity, the erotic playground, under Pussy Pump Photo Blog

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