Anal toys for beginners

Anal play can be intensely pleasurable for a lot of people. There are heaps of nerve endings in the anus, so it’s no surprise that many of us like to incorporate that in our sex lives, either on our own or with a partner(s). If you’re new to it though, anal play can feel a little intimidating. You mightn’t know where to start or what kinds of sex toys to use. The anus and rectum are very sensitive and if you don’t take the proper precautions or try to do too much, too fast, you can hurt yourself. That’s why I’ve put together this short anal guide for beginners.

Firstly before you go putting ANYTHING in your bum, you’ll need to get yourself a good lubricant that is made with anal play in mind. Our butts don’t self lubricate the way vaginas and mouths do, so it’s important to use it liberally. I recommend either Sliquid Sassy, a long lasting water based lubricant that can be used with all toys and condoms, or Sliquid Silk, a super slippery silicone hybrid lube that can be used with condoms and any non-silicone toys. Make sure never to use silicone lube with silicone toys as the silicone oil my degrade the silicone toy.

Once you have your lube situation sorted out, start slow. Really slow. The last thing you want to do is scare yourself off butt sex, because you pushed yourself too far and too fast at the start. I always tell people to start off on your own with no toys. Use a bit of lubricant and your index finger to explore the area and figure out what feels good to you. When you’re ready to move on, make sure to get a bodysafe toy with a base that is wide enough that the whole thing won’t slip inside you. The general rule is that the base should be the widest point on any anal toy.


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