"Would ''objects'' slide out without your permission? I doubt it... unless at the moment itself when you are stretching it. It's a muscle, you're not going to break it by using it, you might actually be strengthening it."''
More about this after the next quote, but that is exactly the question I wondered about. True stretching it might make it also stronger. My question was if "doing all this extremely wrong could you break it? See next quote of mine.
Originally Posted by EuroboyUS
I think that practice plays a role but I think that muscle memory has a lot to do with it too. The anal sphincters are tight when resting and, while the can and do stretch, they tend to go back to their natural state when not "in use". I think that muscle memory work both to help your body go to its "natural" state and back to it's "in use" state when necessary.
The anal sphincters are muscles. They are like any other muscles they can be strengthened. They also weaken with age which is why many elderly people have problems sometimes messing in their pants. It isn't a nerve problem. It is an age problem as all muscles weaken as they age.
But, muscles can be torn. I've known weight lifters that lifted weights right and built the greatest set of muscles that make my mouth just water. But sometimes, a muscle can get torn.
It is that which I am referring too. A doctor could cut the anal sphincters to make it impossible to have any control over the bowels. The person would be in diapers as there would be absolutely no control.
My question is that using some of those extreme stretching exercises especially with large objects and not stretch them correctly by the using one finger then two. etc concept, if a muscle couldn't be torn if a person was using objects significantly larger than a big dick.
I do know that children, youth and adults have been raped and those muscles torn. The muscles had to be repaired and the rape victim had no control for a few days and then gradually regained complete control or as much as they had before.
I've seen pictures of arms up the ass and this doesn't seem too large. But what if tried to over time and starting with a small object and then sliding a slightly larger object over it and so on until the new object is the size of a one gallon paint pail, isn't there a point where the muscle will start tearing?
I know the answer is yes. What I don't know if what size it would take to tear the muscle in the average adult male or female.
Without a doubt if someone were to be able to take in the Sears Tower in Chicago all the way, there would be significant permanent damage!