All you need to know to create a glorious gloryhole!
By Mark Sollivan
The thrill of anonymous no-strings-attached sex is just a few steps away from your door. Simply follow these steps and start servicing those in need of a cum release.
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WHY BUILD ONE?
There are many advantages of having your own private gloryhole but there are some disadvantages too.
Privacy of your own home
Convenience by having guys coming to your own home
Allows you to set up sexual encounters by appointment based on your own schedule
Having a stranger coming to your home. If you are not comfortable with this, you can just make sure you meet up with guys that you have already met.
Think of a location that best suits your target audience. Will you be servicing someone you know? Anonymous guys? This matters because if you know someone, you can pretty much set up your glory hole anywhere in your premises.
However, if you are targeting to service anonymous guys, I suggest that you set up your glory hole near an entryway or exit door. Such setup will allow you to service those looking for a more discreet glory hole experience. Generally speaking anonymous guys prefer to arrive, drop pants down, get serviced, release a load and leave the premises quickly without much interaction with the host. It is an ideal set-up for those seeking a sexual encounter that is discreet without having to speak a word.
There are many glory hole types to choose from. Here are popular ones – each providing benefits and disadvantages.
Shower curtain gloryhole
Do it yourself (DIY) glory hole
Regardless of the gloryhole type you choose to make, it is important that you have enough space for your submit to enter, exit and obviously enjoy the sexual activities.
I suggest at least a 4-feet area for a pleasant sexual encounter. In addition, it is important to create a "removable" gloryhole partition. This allows you to quickly take it apart in order to leave little or no evidance of your oral and anal services.
Plywood Gloryhole Materials
1/4 inch plywood panel
A hole cutter drill
Spray paint or wood stain (optional)
6 barrel bolts
Plywood Glory Hole Step-by-Step Instructions
1. Measurements: Get the exact measurements of your door frame -- width and height.
2 - Buy Plywood: Buy a 1/4 inch plywood with the exact door frame width. The plywood height can be determined by you. For a full anonymous gloryhole partition, match your door frame height. If you prefer your subject to watch you perform your services, choose a height measuring about 5-1/2 feet tall. The objective here is to make the plywood fit inside the door frame just like the way your door does.
3 - Buy a hole Wood Cutter: Purchase a circular hole cutter to drill the hole. A 3 or 4 inch diameter cutter will do. If you prefer, you can make the hole into a rectangular shape with rounded corners measuring 7" or 8" in width and 20 inches in height. This will allow you to service guys with different heights. Hint: Some hardware stores may do the cutting for you. I suggest that you call your local hardware and ask. This will save you time by cutting the plywood.
4 - Sand your Plywood: Once you cut the hole, sand the edges carefully. Stroke the sandpaper over the plywood in the direction of the grain about 3 to 4 times. You may need further sanding to get rid of any imperfections. Sanding your plywood is recommended to avoid it from peeling up specially the edges. Once the sanding is complete, be sure to use a wet rag to remove the dust created by sanding. This is important to ensure a good paint job.
5 - Seal or Paint your Plywood: Protect your gloryhole by applying a seal or painting it.
To seal your plywood simply purchase a wood varnish. This will make your plywood water proof and protect it from cum stains that you are unable to swallow. It will also allow you to effectively clean it ensuring long term usage and durability. One of the best methods to seal plywood is by purchasing a polyurethane varnish and applying it.
If you like to apply paint, purchase a can of paint spray. Prior application be sure that you have good air ventilation. Spray paint can be harmful if inhaled or if it comes in contact with your skin.
Finally if you like to do a traditional paint job and apply some creative designs, purchase a water-based acrylic-latex paint because it is easiest to work with. Remember that primer is recommended before applying the pain.
6 - Protect Your Door Frame: Once the plywood gloryhole is made, carefully place it inside your door frame to make sure it fits well. Add a thin layer of duct tape or paint tape around your door frame. This way your gloryhole partition will not scratch the paint or damage your door frame.
7 - Install Barrel Bolts: To keep your gloryhole in place, purchase high quality 6 barrel bolts. These will keep the gloryhole partition from falling or moving.
Place the barrel boats on top, middle and bottom on the left and right sides of your partition.
Mark where the bolts hit your door frame carefully.
Drill out the holes of the door frame to the exact size of the bolts. This will allow up to quickly set up and take down your gloryhole partition
PROMOTE YOUR GLORYHOLE
Enjoy your gloryhole and be sure to share your stories, pictures and videos with us! Happy gloryhole days!