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Butt plugs are wonderful toys that can help you safely explore new sexual territory. If you've never tried them, or if you're already into anal sex, they can help you switch up your routine while warming up your body for new things. Whatever the reason you're keen to dive into the world of butt plug play, there are a few things you should know for a comfortable, safe, and sexy experience.
People often use butt plugs for penetrative anal-sex prep. Remember, unlike the vagina, the rectum doesn't self-lubricate. This is why it's important to warm up your butthole with plenty of lube and smaller objects, such as fingers and butt plugs, before penetrative sex with a strap-on or penis, says sex educator Timaree Schmit.
Here's the thing about silicone lubes, though: They're awesome for anal play because they're thick and tend to last longer than water-based varieties, but silicone breaks down silicone. If you're using a silicone toy, grab a water-based lube. Glass or stainless steel butt plugs work wonderfully with any lubricant. But if you're new to butt plugs, start with silicone, as the material has more give than glass or stainless steel.
According to sex and relationship expert Jessica O'Reilly, the key to anal play is relaxation. As she writes in The New Sex Bible: The New Guide to Sexual Love, there are two muscle rings known as the sphincter around the entrance to the anus. You want to be gentle with them when inserting anything into your butt. "Relax, breathe deeply, and bear down slightly with your sphincter muscles as you insert [a toy] for the first time," writes O'Reilly.
To remove a butt plug, gently pull it out while taking slow and steady deep breaths, or have your partner hold the base and slide it out for you. O'Reilly also points out that removal can be easier if you've orgasmed during anal play, as orgasms relax the pelvic floor.
This silicone butt plug is the colors of the gender-fluid flag, although anyone can enjoy the classic butt plug design. The flared base ensures that it will stay in place while you play or prepare for anal sex.
For those impressed by the sleek look of stainless steel, the Njoy Pure Plug may be the butt plug for you. While the solidity of the material can be intimidating compared to softer silicone, fear not: This teardrop-shaped toy is designed for easy entry. Just remember to buy the small version if you're new to anal play.
If you want a classic glass plug and you're not completely new to anal play, this is a lovely option. It's advertised for beginners, but its four-and-a-half inch circumference may be too much for many novices. Work your booty with smaller silicone plugs before enjoying this girth-y icicle pop.
For those eager to play with small butt plugs in preparation for wider options, check out plug sets such as this Doc Johnson anal training kit, including a small, a medium, and a large plug. Ortmann refers to trios like these as "Cindy, Jan, and Marcias": They're sisters of different sizes.
What if you want a small black silicone butt plug and you want it to look fabulous All anal toys are fabulous by nature, but your booty deserves the best. Shine bright with this beginner-friendly jeweled butt plug.
We obviously love butt plugs, but they aren't the only anal toys on the market. Anal beads allow you to gradually increase intensity, and people with prostates may wish to go straight for a prostate massager. Below, check out the toy recommendations for some anal sex toys beyond butt plugs.
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