Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Anal Toys 101

This blog was prepared by Lips'n'Licks in her own personal capacity. The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own.

With hundreds of thousands of anal toys purchased each year, I can safely say that anal play is no longer taboo. It is a norm in solo and couples play because it has the ability to enhance an already amazing orgasm. But with all of the options, how do you know which one will be best for you? Keep reading and let's grab anal play by the butt plug together.

In the beginning, anal beads were a bit confusing for me. I found it hard to understand how anyone could get off just knowing that they had beads in their anus. After some quick googling and 'research', it clicked that the beads are simply there to add to the experience while being pulled out. That's right, anal beads aren't necessarily for use in the midst of intercourse, but when your body is ready for orgasm the anal beads will be the shining stars. The feeling of anal beads being pulled out of the anus during orgasm is the main reason why they have become the hit that they are today. When looking for anal beads as a first-timer, I would suggest going with an item that has incremental bead sizes along the length of the toy. This will help your anus get used to the feeling of being stretched – the more comfortable you get the larger you can handle, and the feeling of your orgasm will correlate. So, if you're looking for a beginners anal toy that can heighten the feeling of orgasm, anal beads are your best bet.

Unlike its counterpart, anal plugs are kept inside of the anus during intercourse to add secondary stimulation to the prostate. The most universal shape – egg shaped with a slender neck and flat, wide base - is ergonomically designed to enter the anus smoothly and stay put comfortably. The prostate is located approximately three inches up toward the pubic bone. Depending on the size of the anal plug you get (small, medium, large) be sure that the length of the pug equals at least three inches or there may be no point. And, to address the question of "Do women have prostates?" Nobody is ever 100% percent sure, but what they are sure of is that there is cluster of nerve endings that are allegedly connected to the g-spot that can be stimulated from inside of the anus located in the same area as the prostate. There's a chance for anal stimulation for all! Last tip in regards to anal plugs - always be sure you plug has a base, the base keeps it from getting lost in your intestines. (You'd be surprised how much that actually happens.)

These massagers are designed in an "L" shape for stimulation of the prostate/nerve ending cluster as well as the perineum - the area between the vaginal opening/ball sack and the anus. It's actually pretty neat because they have made the function of the anal toy base into a pleasing toy function. Most prostate massagers have vibrating capabilities for added stimulation. When looking into these, you can find some with ridges, pleasure balls, or just the standard butt plug shape. No matter which style you choose, prostate massagers are great for use during intercourse in the same way that anal plugs are. It can stay in during penetration or oral sex but offers an extra area for stimulation to the perineum. These are also great for solo play.

There you have it folks, everything you need to know before heading out to the stores or browsing online for the most popular anal toy styles. If you haven't already, I suggest reading one of my past posts titled Anal Play/Gardening 101. That post will get you ready for the steps after finding the anal toy that peeks you interest. Happy Explorations!



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