What is Nullo?
Nullo is a term used to describe the sexual arousal from the removal of one’s genitals. It is a controversial and extreme kink that is not widely accepted in the BDSM community.
Why do people engage in Nullo?
People who engage in Nullo may do so for a variety of reasons. Some may feel a disconnect from their genitals and seek to remove them to feel more comfortable in their own body. Others may find the idea of removing their genitals sexually arousing and enjoy the feeling of being completely emasculated or defeminized. It is important to note that Nullo is a permanent and irreversible procedure, and should not be taken lightly.
What are the risks of Nullo?
The removal of one’s genitals is a serious medical procedure that carries significant risks. In addition to the physical risks of surgery, such as bleeding and infection, there are also psychological risks associated with the removal of one’s primary sexual organs. People who undergo Nullo may experience depression, anxiety, or regret after the procedure.
Is Nullo legal?
The legality of Nullo varies by location. In some countries, the procedure may be considered a form of self-harm and therefore illegal. In other countries, the procedure may be legal but highly regulated. It is important to research the laws in your area before considering Nullo.
What are some alternatives to Nullo?
For those who experience discomfort with their genitals but do not want to undergo Nullo, there are alternative options available. Hormone therapy, gender-affirming surgery, and other non-surgical procedures may help individuals feel more comfortable in their own body without the risks associated with Nullo.