I disagree with several issues raised. First, I have no sense that enemas are addictive. Some people might become dependent upon them, and do them out of necessity to experience a bowel movement, but I would think that to be a habituating factor. However, that's not happened in my household, nor with anyone whom I've known personally. There is nothing that can cause a physical dependency with water flowing into your body, like something else flowing into a vein; there is no drug dependency issue here, save and except if you are putting taboo substances into your body rectally, along with the enema water.
And, Tyler may find that he gets only pleasure from an enema, however, that doesn't qualify him to speak on everybody else's behalf. On a stressful day, I can find an enema to be a soothing and nurturing experience, and a stress reducer, in addition to the benefial aspects of the purge for my system.
And, yes, I can enjoy or give an enema for the purpose of sensual pleasure, but that is by no means the only use of a water bag dispensing warm water into a warm body.
And, on that note, I will take my leave as it is late. I'm off to the Shenandoah Ntional Park tomorrow, for a week with Mother Nature. Hmp, and that could open some possibilities too.
HermannTx, a visitin over in Virginia