I have used soap suppositories from time to time. I like the burning, although I still needs to find the soap which really 'kick ass'. Or rather, was.
Recently I bought a 'soap-on-a-rope-penis' because I was tired of carving plugs and suppositories from bars of soap which was somewhat brittle. The SOAR was not as large as I have thought, but hey, I have dildos for the dilation play. As with so many other things, it turned out not to be the size of the wand but the magic in the stick. It burned immediately after I put it up. 60 seconds and I could hear the transverse colon begin to gurgle. In minutes I had 2 waves of cramps, each pressing the soap against my clenched anus - AUCH! (Capital!) After 5 minutes I simply had to take it out - the plug came out clean with just specks of feces but drenched in clear mucous. Cramps continued a few minutes more, wringing more drops of mucous from by aching ass. At this point I had to get my shower shot and relieve myself for whatever was still in there burning. Had a sore butt for several hours.
That was cool, ladies and gentlemen. This was the kind of stuff I thought Ginger would do (never had much luck with these).
I will have to confirm this, when my anus have had time to recover (I have been playing a lot lately, so just suspect that my anus could have been particular sensible). Will come back to that.
As another mentioned in this thread, SOAR's are usually made of mild soap. Appearantly not so in this case. Which is the sinister part of this otherwise grand discovery; what kind of soap could work as described above? I have little doubt that penis-shaped soaps are not a Procter & Gamble off the mill product. More likely produced at some entrepreneurial industry also producing melamin-contaminated milk for babies.
Would be glad if somebody with more experience in soap suppositories could guide me on the safety; what do you think? Ever experienced anything like the above? Can you actually damage your rectal linning with soap?
Happy bubbles from here.