Anal! It’s so common these days. It's likely you've heard stories of sensual success and other stories describing a backdoor debacle. It's one of those sex acts we are quick to write off as individuals. Especially for those within a relationship, we assume our partner isn't into it, therefore we don't bother introduce the idea of it. Sometimes, introducing the idea is the verbal opening you or your partner has been waiting for. This doesn't necessarily mean you are both keen to get the lube out and start experiencing anal play. It just opens the discussion to forms of anal play that you may be comfortable with or other forms that are off limits. No matter the case, it's a new year with new chances for a raunchy resolution.
Beginners Butt Plugs
If you're a backdoor beginner, a small butt plug is a fantastic first option. Easy to insert, many users say their first time trying anal play is completely painless. It's a common misconception that anal play will be painful, it doesn't have to be! Sure, it might be a little bit uncomfortable due to your body being a bit tense, but not painful! If it's painful, play should be stopped. Two awesome options to get started is this Sleek and Sensual Silicone Plug or Basix 3.5 Inch Beginners Plug.
Even before using a size friendly plug, one-way people like to become use to anal play is through anal fingering. The reason using your finger is so popular is because of the control it offers. People can find the spots they like to stimulate the most, or the motions that feel best. For men, it's a great way of introducing stimulation of the prostate gland.
Anal training kits
If you enjoy anal play and want to experience a gradual increase in pleasure, an anal training kit is the perfect choice. Anal training kits are also a cost-effective way of buying larger or alternative types of anal toys. If you find your appetite for a larger butt plug increases, then simply graduate to the next sizes. A popular choice for a size increasing kit is the Trinity Anal Trainer Set. Alternatively, if you want to try a range of anal stimulators, the Anal Explorer Kit is an erogenous journey waiting to be enjoyed. The kit includes a prostate stimulator, anal beads, a finger sleeve, a butt plug and a beaded probe.
One customer review of the Anal Explorer Kit says: "wasn't too sure about experimenting with this stuff. Got it for my partner as a gift. We were both a bit scared when you opened up the box. But had a play with everything and very pleased. Prostate stimulator gave him a give orgasm and lots of pleasure leading up to it. Worth a try!"
Glass anal toys
Glass toys are some of the most sought-after toys in the industry. Previously people were hesitant to use glass toys due to the idea of them breaking during use. However, they are actually some of the most body safe toys around. Imagine the material used for your strongest oven dish adapted to a sex toy. Glass toys are also very hygienic, they are non-porous meaning that no bacteria can harbour within the material after usage. They're also very easy to clean and can be placed in the dishwasher for a worry-free wash.
Our most popular glass toy is the All In Glass. Because glass is so easy to clean, some customers like to use the toy for vaginal or anal penetration, however this should only be done after a thorough clean. The designs of glass toy lead the way in erogenous elegance. Icicles are desired for their handcrafted designs. The Beaded Massager No.66 is one example. Donned in black and cleverly curved to maximise g-spot or p-spot stimulation. This toy is made to supply a lifetime of pleasure.
Lubricant is absolutely essential for anal play. For beginners, the golden rule is to be generous and apply more than what you think needed. There are a few things you need to remember about what lube is recommended, depending on your toy and how you plan on using it.
Water based lubricants are recommended because they are clean and so easy to use. However, compared to other types of lubricant, water-based lube will evaporate quicker. Therefore, extra care is needed if you are planning on a longer session. To ensure body safety you may need to re-apply lubricant before things become uncomfortable. Skin in this area of the body is especially sensitive and more likely to tear when not lubricated.
Silicone lubricant is popular for anal play because it is so long lasting. It's not water soluble so is perfect for use in the shower or bath and is further great for those with skin sensitivity. The only downside to silicone lube is that it can't be used with silicone toys. This is because when two silicone materials come in contact with each other, they bond together. Basically, this can potentially turn your toy into a sticky mess. This won't always happen, but is good practice.
Whatever the case, anal play should always be taken cautiously. Only ever use an anal toy with someone you have complete and utter trust in and are comfortable communicating with. This is so important when inserting a toy, if it's uncomfortable for either partner, this should be communicated. Take things slowly, apply more lubricant and try again. However, if things continue to cause discomfort, DON'T FORCE IT. Put your toys away, comfort your partner and try again another day. Having a bad experience is a lot worse than having no experience. This is because you need to be able to relax your body, if your body associate's anal play with pain rather than pleasure, you're going to find it very hard to relax!
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