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The anus has a large number of sensitive nerve endings resulting in intense orgasms being reached through anal play. The feeling of being that little bit naughty when you enjoy anal play can really add to the excitement levels.
Anal Sex Toys
Anal sex toys can be used as a stimulating toy on their own and are a great way for couples to explore anal play together. They are also great for foreplay and warming and relaxing the anus before anal penetration.
Toys in the anal sex toy range consist of anal beads and butt plugs which can be enjoyed by men and women. Prostate massagers are for men and are a great toy for hitting the male G-Spot.
Within each product range, there are toys that are more suitable for beginners and you should carefully consider the size of toy you choose when first embarking on your anal sex toy journey.
Anal beads and butt plugs are a great first choice of anal sex toy to start with.
Anal beads tend to start off small, slowly getting larger in size. This allows you to take things slowly enjoying more length and girth bit by bit.
Butt plugs are the most well-known anal sex toys and are often used to stretch the anus before penetration, however they can be enjoyed as a stimulating toy on their own. For more information on butt plugs you may like to read our ‘A beginner’s guide to butt plugs’ blog here.
One thing to bear in mind is that the rectum is not the same as the vagina, in the sense that it does not self-lubricate. It is therefore of upmost importance that you use a lubricant with anal toys.
Ideally always go for a water-based lubricant and be aware that silicone-based lubes are not compatible with silicone made toys and oil-based lube can break down latex.
It’s important to talk to your partner before embarking on your anal play journey and setting a few rules to ensure that it is an enjoyable and pleasurable experience.
It’s important to remember the following rules:
• The wetter the better – lubricate well
• Don’t feel forced or force your partner into anal play
• Don’t put anything up the anus that shouldn’t go up there – stick to fingers, penis’ and sex toys specifically made for anal play, and preferably one with a flared base.
The Benefits of Anal Play
Enjoying anal play with your partner can bring an increased feeling of trust and intimacy within your relationship. By exploring more of one another’s bodies you may feel a deeper connection with one another, and you’ll be having a lot of fun at the same time!
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