Your Complete Beginner’s Guide To Anal Sex


Despite what you might see or hear in pop culture, anal sex isn’t really a sex act that can just happen without lots o’ lube and prep work beforehand. While yes, the ol’ “sorry I slipped and almost went into the wrong hole” happens sometimes, it’s unlikely that without a fuck ton of lube, your dude won’t be able to actually penetrate you all the way in your ass willy-nilly.

If you’re willing to put in some prep work and do your research, anal sex has the possibility of being a super pleasurable act that, who knows, might even become your favorite.

Anal sex requires a bit of extra preparation, but other than that, it’s just another sex act. Whether you are still debating getting in line for this particular roller coaster or already lurching up the steep hill, here’s everything you need to know about anal sex.

As the saying goes, “Don’t go from 0 to 60 without anal training first,” (just kidding, this isn’t actually a saying, but it should be). Going from having nothing up your ass ever to suddenly a whole penis can be jarring (in many ways). You can make it easier for yourself by anal training or gradually introducing larger and larger toys into your anus to “train” your muscles to get used to it.

The rumors are true: Anal does have the possibility of getting messy. Like anything sex related, when you’re swapping bodily fluids, unwrapping condoms, using lube, there’s the potential to stain or make a mess. If you want extra peace of mind, make sure the surface you and your partner engage on is comfortable and washable. “That way, you can focus completely on creating a memorable experience for yourself,” says Danyell Fima, cofounder of Velvet Co.

Sure, the idea of a numbing cream that protects you from feeling any potential pain during anal is nice, but the risk for injury down the line is not worth it. “Avoid numbing creams. I know they are tempting, but pain is your body’s way of letting you know something is wrong,” says sex educator Wendasha Jenkins Hall, PhD. “If your anus is numb, you can’t tell if any of your activities are causing damage. You can’t feel if you need more lube or if your body is tightening up to the penetration or impact.”

Take any pressure to perform off yourself by trying penetrative anal sex alone first. Get a toy and a condom (for easier cleanup) and go at your own pace. “Solo anal play allows your body’s sensations and responses to flow more freely, helping you gain a much better understanding of what feels good and what doesn’t, which you can then share with a partner before you try anal sex together,” explains Jess O’ Reilly, resident sexologist at Astroglide.

There’s a big difference between “I don’t necessarily fantasize about getting a penis enema but I want to blow my partner’s mind” and “I would rather die than do this but I guess I can suffer through it because he’s been pressuring me.” If you’re in a mutually caring, healthy relationship (with a guy who goes down on you for half an hour, minimum), maybe you’ll want to do it for your partner or you won’t. Either way is a hundred percent fine, and if he keeps pressuring you when you have made it clear that it is not on the table, tell him to suck it.

Before embarking on the full monte of penetrative anal sex, you can—and should!—give lighter anal play a try. This is open to interpretation and could mean anything from toys to fingers or mouths. It’ll give you a lower-pressure idea of what the ~sensations~ of anal stimulation feel like and is a way of working up to the big show. Or not! If you decide some light anal play is all you’re interested in, camp out there forever. No rules here, except to use lube, have consent, and USE LUBE.

Some, well, let’s call them new sensations are to be expected—a lot of women say it feels like they need to poop or like a primal, pressure feeling. But like any other sex act, if things start to hurt in a way that’s no longer fun, you should stop. Injuries from anal sex are possible but super rare. Pain most commonly comes from anal fissures, or little tears in the tissue around the anus, which is very thin and delicate. A good way to remedy that is using lots of lube and smarting with smaller objects, rather than big ones.

As always, if you’re bleeding profusely or persistently (like for longer than an hour), you should call a doctor. But a little blood during anal play or sex isn’t abnormal. Partha Nandi, MD, a gastroenterologist and health editor with WXYZ-TV in Detroit, tells the most common reason for bleeding after anal sex is anal tears—small tears or fissures in the delicate anal canal tissue. Before you freak out at the thought of “anal tears,” know that most of these are so tiny you won’t even feel them, and a lot of them don’t produce any blood at all. But, like snowflakes, no two anal tears are the same, so yours may bleed a bit. These little guys should heal within a few days but may cause a bit of mild discomfort when you’re pooping.

Another really common cause is a hemorrhoid (yup, we’re talkin’ hemorrhoids, folks) you didn’t know about. This is a bit more alarming, because a hemorrhoid holds a bunch of blood inside. You’ll probably feel some level of discomfort or pain if you have a hemorrhoid, and if it bursts, you’ll definitely see some bleeding that should totally subside within a few days.

Even if you’re normally very quiet during sex, this is a time you’ll wanna speak up—especially your first time trying it out with a new partner. Tell them if they’re going too fast (or too slow—see point 10 below), if you feel like you’re literally about to poop everywhere or if you’re experiencing pain/discomfort. Also, tell them if it feels good! If you’re feeling nervous, chances are your partner is too. Positive feedback—we love it!

Listen, they don’t make those wild-looking, three-pronged sex toys for nothing. Once you’re in the groove of things, add in some clit stimulation, some vaginal stimulation, or heck, all three. Some women say this combo feels overstimulating in the best way. In any case, most women need some combination of stimulation to orgasm—whether that’s clit/vaginal, or anal/clit+vaginal is totally subjective. But isn’t it fun to learn new things about your own orgasms?

It prevents bacteria from the bowels spreading anywhere. (I know, you really wanna fuck now.) Sexpert Emily Morse advises keeping baby wipes on the nightstand and to “never use the same condom going from vaginal to anal and back again.” For obvious reasons/poopy vagina.

You might have heard that too much lube takes away the friction that makes it feel good for the dude. That’s bullshit. There is no such thing as too much lube, because it makes it feel slightly less like you are using your butthole as a handbag for a flashlight.

In sex educator Tristan Taormino’s crazy-helpful Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women, she mentions that Crisco has been a favorite of the LGBTQ+ community for a long time, but it’s bad to use with condoms because it can eventually poke tiny holes in the latex.

The oil-based ones are also pretty annoying to get off afterward. We used Vaseline, but my boyfriend later realized that it deadens sensation on the skin, which was obviously helpful for my asshole but bad for his orgasm. So maybe don’t do that or start with a bit of that but then switch, because it’ll take really long for your partner to come, if they even can.

Once you’re past that and up to the shaft, it’ll feel a little better. Remember how much regular sex hurt at first for some of us? (Unless I guess the guy’s shaft is the same width as his head, in which case are you guys gonna break up when he has to go back to Xavier’s Academy for Gifted Youngsters?)

Relaxing and constricting the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles is like the anal version of doing Kegels. You can worry about that later on—right now just let your butthole muscles go, like you’re about to poop (you won’t, probably).

Honestly, it becomes hard to tell if you are or aren’t; additionally, this Tucker Max story was not helpful for my butt-sex phobia. You’re probably not gonna poop. If there’s a little bit of poop, as my partner said, it’s not a big deal, because “[he] asked for this.” (There wasn’t.)

At least, in my (minimal) experience. You can tear your anus if you use a certain position that allows for more penetration before you’re ready, and Taormino points out that the missionary position allows for the least clitoral stimulation and suggests receiver-on-top for beginners. “Insertive partners who are inexperienced, nervous about how to penetrate their partners anally, or fearful of hurting their partners may find this position most relaxing because the receiver can do much of the decision-making and work.”

Don’t worry about disappointing him by wanting to go slow and gently. You’re not being a buzzkill who’s squashing his porn-influenced fantasies of pounding the shit out of a girl’s butt. You are being an awesome and selfless (if butt sex is not on your list of must-have sex) partner.

You’ll also probably feel like you have to anyway. You have also opened yourself up to the joy of butt queefs. They’re not farts, no matter what anyone says. Unlike frontal queefs, they might go on for a few hours as the air escapes. On the bright side, you are a human beatbox, and your partner can lay a sick freestyle over the top if s/he feels so inclined.

It shouldn’t take you a few hellish rounds to finally decide it’s not for you. If you hate it, you hate it, and that is fine. I didn’t hate it, and it was psychologically gratifying to watch my partner’s mind being blown. I’d do it again as a “special occasion” thing, like on our anniversary…or Flag Day.


How to Prepare for Anal Sex, According to Experts

What do Lady Gaga, platform sneakers, and anal sex have in common? They’re all having a moment.

This morning, in the span of one hour, Truffle Butter played at my fave coffee shop (if you don’t know what that has to do with anal, two words: Urban Dictionary), an email about the launch of a new butt plug popped into my inbox, and my pal texted to ask which position—missionary or doggy—was a better position for first-time anal sex.

Still, the sex act we’re all intrigued by—and in some cases trying—is still shrouded in mystery. And, to be fair, it can be kind of intimidating. So, we tapped some sexperts to bring you a first-time anal sex how-to guide. To replace some of that confusion with clarity, read on for tips and tricks on how to prepare for anal sex that will make it as pleasurable, safe, clean, and orgasmic as possible.

1. Talk about it.

Sorry, folks, but you can’t introduce the tush without some chit-chat. For one, if you and your boo can’t talk about butt stuff, you’re probably not ready to do said butt stuff. Second, it will help make the actual act more comfortable and enjoyable for you both.

Everyone has a butt and anal sex can mean a lot of things, so, first, you’re going to want to decide what exactly is going down, says Amy Boyajian, co-founder and CEO of Wild Flower, an innovative online sexual wellness store. “Is penetration happening? Are toys going to be involved? Are there some things you don’t want to do? Are there other things you really want to try? What can be added—butt plugs, lube, condoms—to make your experience more comfortable?”

BTW, like all sex, anal sex is better when accompanied with foreplay. So, next, discuss what gets you both turned on, suggests Boyajian.

2. Experiment on your own.

“Before you even consider putting something in someone else’s butt, be sure to explore your own butt,” says Jessica O’Reilly, Ph.D., a sexologist and host of the podcast Sex With Dr. Jess. “If you’re not comfortable putting a finger in your own butt or exploring with a toy you are not prepared to penetrate another person’s butt, and vice-versa.”

Making your rear part of your masturbation session(s) will not only boost your confidence and comfort with anal play, but it’ll also help you learn your peach from a new ~dimension~. One good approach: Start with your go-to solo-sex moves. Then, lube up a fingertip and experiment with touch. “The chemical shifts that take place during arousal can help these muscles relax so that you can slide a finger inside,” says O’Reilly.

If you’ve never touched an anus before, it may feel foreign. Here’s what to expect: “You’ll feel two muscles contract around your finger: the external sphincter which you can contract and release at will, and the internal sphincter, which is an involuntary muscle, meaning it’s controlled by the autonomic nervous system,” says O’Reilly.

“Then, practice squeezing the external sphincter around your finger and allow it to release (like you’re pushing something out of your butt),” she says. When you’re comfortable, you can slide the finger little farther to feel the internal sphincter. Then, practice breathing slowly; you should feel it release slightly.

3. Clean up.

This is probably one of the first things you wondered about how to prepare for anal sex. FYI, poop is “stored” in the upper bowels—not the anal canal (aka far enough in that no penis is big enough to reach it). So the fear of poop droplets and fecal residue are a bit unfounded. “If you’re having regular and routine bowel movements, you should be more than in the clear,” says Evan Goldstein, M.D., CEO, and founder of Bespoke Surgical which specializes in helping men and women of all sexualities with anal play.

Still, “if you can, go to the bathroom 30 to 60 minutes before anal play, do,” says Alicia Sinclair, a certified sex educator & CEO of b-Vibe, an anal play product company. And a good shower also never hurts. “Washing off before anal sex can help make you feel clean and therefore more comfortable and sexy,” she says.

But if there’s no time to shower, an unscented baby wipe can do wonders, she says. Just don’t use this as a time to introduce new or different products or fragrances to your nether-bits, which could lead to irritation.

Ultimately, your primary goal here is to wash away any evidence of a bad wipe job (*shrug emoji*), and to make yourself feel clean so that you can enter the encounter with all the confidence of Gaga doing camp.

4. Maybe use an enema.

Turns out, an enema (the introducing liquid through the anus and into the large intestine to clear the bowels) is absolutely *not* a must to prepare for anal sex, says Sinclair. “But if you want to take extra precautions beyond a baby wipe or soap and water—which are definitely sufficient—you can use an enema for a deeper, more comprehensive clean.”

You can buy a disposable enema kit (sometimes called a “hot water bottle and syringe kit”) at your local pharmacy which will include a hot water bottle, a hose, a plug, and a rectal tip. Most disposable kits come with a laxative or saline solution; dump this out (it’s not necessary) and then rinse the bottle. About an hour before play, lubricate the tip (~foreshadowing~), either sit on the toilet or tub, insert the nozzle into your bum, and then squeeze the water into the hole. “Hold the water for 10 to 15 seconds, then expel it into the toilet. Repeat this until all the water being released is clear,” says Sinclair.

5. Stock up on lube.

Lube, lube, lube. Once more for the folks in the back: LUBE. This is non-negotiable. “Unlike the vagina, the anus is not self-lubricating,” says Boyajian.

There a few considerations to keep in mind when making your lube purchase: “Water-based lubes are compatible with silicone toys and are easy to clean off sheets and clothes. Silicone lube has more of silky feeling and lasts longer, but can’t be used on silicone toys.” And remember: While oil-based lubes can be a great sexual lubricant, most oils are not compatible with latex condoms and barriers because they’ll break down the latex.

You might be tempted to add a numbing lube or cream to the mix. Please don’t, say the experts. “By temporarily numbing your butt (and by extension, your partner’s genitals during anal intercourse), you are not only less likely to stop if you experience a small tear and more likely to experience pain once the cream’s effects wear off,” says O’Reilly.

6. Don’t forget steps 1, 2, and 3.

So you and your partner have consensually agreed that tonight’s the night for anal sex. That isn’t a green light to pass “Go” and collect $200. Just as you warmed your bod up during your solo anal exploration, you want to be warmed up to prepare for anal sex too.

“Get yourself riled up using the techniques you normally use,” says O’Reilly. “Better yet, have an orgasm first…Your body is most responsive to pleasure and primed for arousal when your endorphin and oxytocin levels are elevated post-orgasm.”

7. Try rimming.

Oral-anal play has many names: Rimming, analingus, tossing the salad, to name a few. Whatever you call it, Dr. Goldstein is for it. “I highly recommend rimming for those about to engage in anal sex, as it will help get you relaxed and ready to receive!” he says. “It’s amazing what a little tongue action can do. It can help put the receiver’s mind at ease while warming them up to relax their sphincters.”

Still, there’s an undeniable…intimacy…of having someone’s tongue doing swirlies in and around your backdoor, so make sure you and your partner are on the same page before introducing tongue to the action.

8. Use toys to prepare for anal sex.

If you remember any single thing from this guide, make it this: Never insert anything into your butt that doesn’t have a flared base. Unlike the vagina, which comes to a full stop (hi, cervix), the rectum keeps going into the abyss of your GI tract. A flared base will keep any toy firmly rooted on the outside of your bod.

Once you have a trusty toy, use some lube, start slow, and insert the plug into your rear bit by (little) bit. “As the toy is being inserted, try to consciously relax to accommodate it. Then, have your partner remove it. Re-lube it, then insert again, suggests Dr. Goldstein. Repeat this technique of slow-in, slow-out five or six times, or until you can completely insert the toy.

If it feels good and comfortable, continue. “If it’s too much, it’s okay to end that session and then try again another day,” says Dr. Goldstein. “I instruct most of my clients to use a small plug for two weeks, then both a small and medium plug for the following two weeks, and then finally a large plug for two weeks.” Basically, going from zero to hero (err, penis or dildo) in one night is asking a lot of your anal sphincters.

Why does it take so long? Because your anal sphincters are a muscle, like your biceps. Exercising them increases your ability to flex and relax them on command. “Remember, since your anus is always in contraction mode, deliberate muscle relaxation is key for getting it into tip-top shape, and that takes exercise and practice,” says Dr. Goldstein.

9. Or a finger.

If you don’t have a toy on hand (heh), anal fingering is a good option. This will help your partner learn how your anus works, anatomically. “The nice thing about finger dilation is that your partner can massage the muscles in the anus to get them to fully relax, which should lead to the most pleasurable engagement,” explains Dr. Goldstein.

Generally, one finger is more than enough. “Just do what feels right and always be aware of your limitations. There are no awards given to whoever can get the most fingers inside!”

Dr. Goldstein notes that “long or jagged fingernails can lead to localized injury.” He suggests trimming and filing your nails so that there are no sharp edges or hangnails. Yikes. (Same goes for vaginal penetration, ICYDK.)

10. Now, onto the P- or D-in-B anal sex.

You feel it, you like it, you want it? You got it. If you and your partner have comfortably prepared for anal sex this far, pat yourself on the back (butt), grab the lube and get at it—slowly. There are lots of great positions, but for your first-time, doggy style, missionary (and lifted missionary), and spooning are best.

“Practice breathing deeply as your partner inserts a quarter-inch at a time,” suggests O’Reilly. “As the depth increases, practice mindfulness by tuning into your breath. You’ll likely find that your muscles relax as your heart rate slows.”

As your partner is filling you, play with other parts of your body that bring you pleasure at the same time, she suggests. “You might use your hand to rub yourself or use a powerful vibrator against your clit to ensure that you enjoy the entire experience.” (Like you needed convincing.)

Your partner may also lend a helping hand. But heads up: If your partner was using their fingers in your butt, they absolutely must wash their hands before touching your vagina, vulva, or clit, says Kim Langdon, M.D., an ob-gyn at Parenting Pod in Valley Cottage, NY.

No matter what, follow the golden rule of anal: If it’s painful, stop. It’s that simple. “Anal sex should be pleasurable. It should never hurt,” says O’Reilly. “If penetration is painful, stop and go back to doing whatever turns you on.”

11. Don’t forget protection.

There’s a misconception there’s no reason to wear protection during anal sex, but that’s not the case, says Felice Gersh, M.D. an ob-gyn and founder of the Integrative Medical Group of Irvine in Irvine, CA. “There are still STIs to worry about.”

“If your partner wears a condom and uses it properly, the degree of protection is excellent for such diseases as gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, hepatitis B and C, syphilis,” says Dr. Gersh. But because HPV, herpes lice, and crabs can be contacted through skin-to-skin (and pube-to-pube) contact, she and Dr. Langdon recommend wrapping it up *and* sharing STI-status with your partner.

12. Pick a side and only one side.

“Never ever should the penis or dildo travel from the rectum to the vagina,” says Dr. Gersh. “The rectum is highly contaminated with bacteria which can be transmitted to the vagina by the penis or dildo.” This, in turn, can cause a UTI, bacterial vaginosis, or other vaginal health issues. Um, no thanks.

The fix: Make sure your partner changes condoms before heading North. Wearing a condom protects your partner, too. “Having anal sex without a condom could lead to the male partner developing urinary tract infections as well,”

Latex clothing benefits for your BDSM foreplay

It seems that BDSM and latex are inseparable. Actually, latex rules every BDSM dungeon out there. There are numerous reasons why that is the case, so you might want to check it out. Here, we will go through some of the most important benefits of this beautiful material. 

Latex clothing builds up your confidence

One of the first things you will notice when wearing latex clothes is that your confidence will skyrocket. Outfits made of latex will look really sexy. They will be able to emphasize your body, and you will feel like you’re wearing nothing at all. Furthermore, it is a common practice to wear latex clothes without underwear. 

Since the material is skin-tight, anything you wear underneath will be more than visible, so you need to wear it directly over your skin. It will also allow you to experience the sensation it offers to the fullest. As soon as you hop in your new outfit, you will understand why so many people have a latex fetish and how sensual it can be. The only thing left for you to do is start having fun. 

It also gives you a better view of your partner

Exploring a BDSM scene with your partner is incredible. And if they are also into latex too, the experience will be unforgettable. One of the first things you will notice as soon as they get into latex is the view. The very nature of the material will allow you to see everything while still keeping the mystery. 

And it can be breathtaking. Of course, the better your partner looks, the more aroused you will be. Latex can get you quite far if you have an open mind. It would not be so popular if that weren’t the case!

Naturally, skin-tight suits are not the only option. If you are familiar with any part of BDSM — bondage, discipline, dominance and submission, sadism, and masochism — you probably know of a few latex accessories. You can find masks, gloves, underwear, and nearly anything else made from this sleek material. 

As with any other type of sexual activity, the only thing that matters is what you and your partner enjoy, but having an excellent view is an excellent way to get in the mood for the session.

Latex sex clothing promotes longer foreplay

Probably the first thing we should mention is that no one will spend hours preparing for a quickie. That’s not the point of a quickie, after all. But if you want to get into the world of latex, you probably know how delicate the material is, especially if we are talking about suits. That means that it will take you a while to get in your outfit, and you won’t go through all the trouble for something that won’t last for a while. BDSM foreplay with latex clothing should not be rushed — it should lead to something grand.

But even if we talk about smaller accessories like collars, it is still something you’d want to use for a while, regardless of whether you are the wearer or just enjoy the view of your gimped-up sub on their knees. Whatever your preferences are, latex is fun — and it is the primary reason why you will want it to last for as long as possible. 

You get to hold your partner’s body better

Since we are on the subject of BDSM activities, let’s talk about collars and other types of accessories that you can use for physical restraint. Yes, the obvious purpose of these items is for the dominant partner to use while restraining their significant other. But there is so much more to it. Since latex is so delicate, you won’t be using it to get a hold of your partner’s body. 

However, you can use collars and handcuffs instead. And fortunately, these are also available in the latex version. Collars are great toys for control of movement, and you will be able to dictate the tempo and explore the role-play even further. On the other hand, the wearer will enjoy the sensation on the skin, and the entire scene will be incredible. 

Your dominance comes with style

Latex is rather versatile. It offers something for everyone. If you are a submissive person, you can use collars, handcuffs, masks, and so on. But there are also numerous latex clothing items designed for dominant folks. And that is the beauty of it! 

You will get a unique chance to show off your dominance with style and drive your partner crazy. There is something unique about being a Dom or Domme dressed in latex. After all, it is not a secret that women (and lots of men) love being stylish even during sex, and latex will allow them to feel beautiful and confident in their own skin. 

Better connection between couples

Exploring your sexual preferences and kinks with your partner is the simplest way to deepen your connection. You will need to share your desires, and as we all know, communication is the key to a healthy and happy relationship. 

We believe that most kinksters also use their preferred laidtex clothing and safe words necessary for BDSM relationships. However, everyone will also need to agree on the type of toys and latex BDSM accessories you’re willing to use. Talking about this will allow you to connect with your partner more than ever before — and testing them together will make everything even wilder.

Why some women love to do anal sex more than vaginal sex

Women Want to Avoid Pregnancy

How many women you know are afraid of becoming pregnant? Carrying a child for 9 months isn’t an easy task, and not everyone is ready to become a parent. Whatever the reason may be, many women avoid pregnancy.


Luckily, contraceptives exist. The most popular ones are condoms and birth control. Unfortunately, birth control comes with a plethora of side effects women have to worry about. Some of them are mild and make them moody, but others can be quite serious and dangerous. Not to mention that condoms can only be so effective because they can break without you realizing it.


So, what’s the next best thing? Anal sex! The reason why women love anal sex is simple — easy and carefree sex. There’s no risk of pregnancy or the stress that comes with it. That means your lady will relax easier and have a better time overall.

Women Want to Give Pleasure to Men

One of the more interesting facts about anal sex in women is that they aren’t always doing it for their pleasure. Sure, the anus is an erogenous zone for many women. Anal stimulation or penetration can feel good but won’t always result in an orgasm. That’s why women usually prefer anal in combination with other kinds of stimulation, like vaginal or clitoral.


So, why do they do it if it only feels good but doesn’t result in orgasm? To please their men! Men get a lot more pleasure from anal intercourse because the anus is much tighter than the vagina. This kind of stimulation can send them over the edge, and it’s an experience they’ll hardly forget. Besides, we all make sacrifices and compromises for our partners. So, if anal is something you’re interested in trying, be sure to mention it to your partner because we’re sure they’re already fantasizing about it.

Women Have Their Monthly Periods

Periods can be a real pain — literally. But that’s not the only thing because periods can make a woman really horny. There’s no worse time for excessive horniness than when you’re menstruating because everything is just so messy. Still, you have to rid yourself of the sexual frustrations, and everyone knows orgasms help alleviate cramps.


When you think about it, sex and masturbation aren’t much of an option unless you’re doing it in the shower. The whole process is just so messy. So, what’s the next best thing? Anal sex! In fact, anal stimulation is perfect for that time of the month because you get all the benefits of sex, but there’s no mess. Many men are fine with having period sex, but women should enjoy the experience, too. That’s why they’re more likely to lean towards anal sex when menstruating.

Women Have Anal Sex Fetish

Women can be really kinky, too. Some are just really good at hiding it. Most of the time, they’re trying to act all innocent until they turn into beasts in bed. With that in mind, it’s logical to assume that women have all kinds of fetishes. As humans, we’re all different. That means there are no limits on the fetishes women enjoy. 

One of those fetishes is definitely anal sex. We don’t blame them, though, because anal stimulation does feel amazing. This is especially the case when you try different kinds of stimulation and penetration, and women know that. That’s why they’re having so much fun with this sexy activity. The things you can do with your anus are almost limitless. There are so many toys to try, too! The most important thing is anal training, and then you’re safe to experiment.

Women Love to Explore Something New

On the other hand, the love of exploring isn’t always a fetish. Sex is a fun activity, but it can quickly become stale and boring. That’s what happens when you do too much of just one thing. For example, maybe you’ve been doing missionary for too long. The only logical thing to do in these situations is to try and enrich your sex life.


How do you do that? It’s pretty simple. The first thing you should explore is your body. You may think you know it well enough, but it’s never wrong to revisit it. This is when you find out what stimulations you enjoy or would want to try with a partner. Obviously, one of those things is any kind of anal play. Plus, anal is still a taboo in many cultures, countries, or communities, and that makes it even more exciting.

Our Safety Guide for Women

We have some instructions for you if you’re one of those women that want to try anal penetration or stimulation. We’ve mentioned that anal training is essential when getting started. You can freely experiment with external stimulations using toys, fingers, or your partner. 


When it comes to anal penetration, though, training is a must. This means you need to start with the smallest toy or finger and work your way up to bigger things. Plus, lubricant is your new best friend, and you need to use a lot of it. Our anuses don’t have a natural way of lubricating themselves as vaginas do.


On the other hand, training is a must because this is how you learn to relax and receive things of various sizes. Once you’re done with all the safety measures, you’re ready to dive deep into the exciting world of anal sex.

What you need to know about anal sex!

If your plain vaginal sex is getting boring and you’re curious about anal, we have all the information you need to know. Some of these will definitely surprise you because we bet you didn’t know that you’re more likely to have orgasms through anal sex. Let’s find out what more there is to it.

Anal Orgasms Are the Real Deal

The charms of anal sex are plentiful, and one of them includes the possibility of anal orgasms. Does that surprise you? Many people don’t really know about the benefits of anal sex and how amazing these orgasms can feel.


Your G-spot isn’t back there, you say? That might be correct, but the tissue that is connected to the G-spot is. With this in mind, anal stimulation includes G-spot stimulation, leading to orgasms of your dreams. However, it’s not only the indirect stimulation of the G-spot that’s at play here.


The anus itself has a lot of nerve endings, and the butt is an erogenous zone for many. Knowing this, it’s only natural that people love having anal sex. Plus, this isn’t only the case for women. Men can actually find their “G-spot” in the anus, so we want to persuade them not to be shy and take a dive into the world of anal sex as well.

There May Be a Higher Chance of Achieving an Orgasm

There are multiple reasons why people achieve anal orgasms more than vaginal or any other kind of orgasm. So, let’s talk about those reasons. First and foremost, it’s all about relaxation. Many women can’t reach vaginal orgasms because they can’t relax. The reasons for that can be numerous, of course. When it comes to anal sex, you have to relax. Otherwise, nothing is coming in. 


With you being so relaxed, it’s only natural that you’ll achieve orgasm easier than you would with vaginal sex. There are no worries about getting pregnant either! On the other hand, the act itself is adventurous and exciting, and we all know where excitement leads. 


As we know by now, the stimulation of the anal nerves and the G-spot does its part too. These are only some of the reasons why there’s a higher chance for you to reach an orgasm through anal sex.

It’s Taboo

Sadly, anal sex is still taboo. People look down upon it and shun those who proudly practice it. That’s why people usually don’t share their experiences, nor do they ask their partners if they would be down to do it. It’s different for men and women, but they both experience similar things.


People usually think anal hurts too much for them to have it. Plus, why would you put a penis in a place that helps you eject feces, right? There are way too many misconceptions to count. We’re here to say that they’re all wrong. 

Sure, anal sex can hurt if not done properly. However, if you take your time and start slow while experimenting with different sex positions, it’s going to be an amazing experience every time. People realized a long time ago that butts aren’t just for one thing only, and you should definitely take advantage of their wisdom.

There’s No Risk of Pregnancy

If you’re not ready to have children, or you’re simply scared of accidental pregnancies, anal sex is for you! There are zero risks of pregnancy, even if your partner ejaculates inside of you. Still, you should always practice safe sex and wear a condom to protect yourself from STIs. But, if it happens that you have anal sex without it, it shouldn’t be a big deal if your partner is healthy. Just remember that unprotected anal sex is more dangerous than vaginal when done with random sexual partners.


This is why many people have more anal sex than they do vaginal. Once you get used to it and learn how to do it properly, it’s way more fun than just plain vaginal penetration. So, if you’re young and just want to have fun, feel free to ask your partner about doing anal. 


For most men, it’s a dream come true. On the other hand, you won’t be able to get pregnant no matter what you do. That sounds like a win-win situation if you ask us.

It’s Another Option

Most of the time, people get tired of traditional vaginal sex. There are only so many positions to try before you realize you want to do something else. Whether you want to venture into the world of BDSM or simply spice things up, anal sex is always an option, especially if you throw some dirty talking into the mix. 


Anal sex isn’t a typical way to have sex, which means you can consider it kinky. Still, it’s not quite hardcore BDSM, making it a perfect way for couples to try something new. That way, you can even say you’re still relatively vanilla. 


After you’ve tried all things anal, you can move onto other stuff or stick with just sex. Having this kind of sex as an option immediately spices up your sexy times because now there are more holes to fill.

It Feels Awesome

Lastly, another benefit of anal sex is that it just feels awesome! To experience it, the best sex tip we can give you is to just go for it. Of course, don’t expect to be able to just stick something up there without any problems. To experience anal sex properly, make sure you ease yourself into it. 


Start with butt plugs that will help with anal training before you move onto the real thing. Plus, never forget to use plenty of water-based lubricants. Anuses don’t have a way of self-lubricating as vaginas do. That’s why you should help them out, and never be scared to re-apply if you feel like you need more. 


The best way to experience anal sex and orgasms is to do it safely. So, always ensure that you’re doing things properly and not recklessly.


Now you know all there is to know about anal sex. After you master the basics, you can always experiment and add fun things to your routine. Whatever you do, anal sex will definitely help you improve your sex life like no other. So, start experimenting! But, whatever you do, have sexually transmitted diseases on your mind and always strive for safer sex, no matter if it’s vaginal, oral, or anal. Have fun!

What is the real purpose of butt plugs with tails?

Butt plugs are very unique sex toys because they can be used by anyone regardless of sex, gender, and orientation. All you need is a prostate to stimulate it. It can be pleasurable to use a butt plug. After all, it can cause a lot of stimulation as there are sensitive nerve endings present even in the anal area. Moreover, butt plugs are the first step to explore new sexual territory for beginners. These are great for people who are into anal sex but want to take it a notch further and want to try new things on their bodies. But no matter what you like butt plugs there are different kinds of it available.

What to keep in mind while choosing a butt plug?

A butt plug should make you feel good, otherwise, there is no point in using it. It can make you feel good and loosen up your anus so that something can be put inside. But there are some things you should know before buying s butt plug:

  • Choose a flared base: This is a must or you can get that plug stuck in your anus. That won’t be a pleasant sensation for sure and you will most probably have a trip to the doctors as well. Along with this check if the toy is safe for your body. Sex toys don’t have any kind of federal body regulating what goes in to make it. So it’s up to you to choose carefully.
  • Start small: Don’t go for the big ones right away. You will have to make your butt hole really for that size slowly. Start by getting a butt plug that you are comfortable using. After that, slowly increase the size.

What you should keep in mind while getting butt plugs with tails?

Know that there are different kinds of butt plugs available and one of these is butt plugs with a tail. Once you put the plugin the body, all that can be seen protruding out is a swooshy or fluffy tail. No matter your reason for wearing a tail, you should keep in mind that:

  • Since it is something which is attached to a toy that goes in your butt so size matters here. If you are new to this then you should try out first and foremost with a little butt plug.
  • You need to have patience and take things slow because it will take sometime before you can wear your tail with ease.
  • If you have used anal toys, cocks and dildos then you should go for a size that isn’t intimidating to you.
  • Remember to use lube because you are going to need loads of it. The lube will help keep your tail in safely. Moreover, you need to be very careful while using the lube or you will get it on the trail as well. But remember that no matter what, more lube is always better for anal.

Types of butt plug Tails

This isn’t the whole list of all the different kinds of butt plugs available in the world but here are the kind of options you will get in regards to your tail:

  • Pony
  • Raccoon
  • Unicorn
  • Bunny
  • Wolf
  • Cat
  • Fox
  • Dog
  • Pig

Why pick butt plugs with tails?

Now, there is no one answer to this. After all, different people like different things and this varies more when it comes to kinks. So while choosing a butt plug with the tail you should focus on what you like and what makes you feel good and turns you right on. Along with this, you should also think about what you like and want to get out of this tail. Here are some things to consider:

  • If you want to explore a very specific kink then look for a tail that fits your description and wants. For example, if you are into pet play and are using pet titles like puppy, kitten, foxy or bunny then you can use a tail that corresponds to the name. But if you want to be a unicorn or pony then use furry and long tails. But if you want to be a bunny then a short tail will suffice. Of course, you don’t need to be into pet play to be into butt plugs with tails and vice versa.
  • If you want to feel the weight of the plug on your body then using butt plugs with tails is a great way to get that weight. More than that weight, when you want to feel something swishing behind you are you play or crawl then tails are great for that purpose as well. But if you want that swishing motion then don’t go for short tails, go for long and furry ones.
  • The tails also come in different colours. Apart from individual colours, you will be able to get butt plugs with tails in normal rainbow colours. So if you love colours and want to incorporate them into your kink then choosing a colourful but the plug will be a good idea.
  • If you simply want to enjoy anal play with a butt plug but with also want something slightly different than a plug with a tail is one thing which you can try out.

Things to keep in mind while buying plugs with tails

Everyone wants to pick out the perfect tail. While colour and other factors play very heavily into what you will like and not like, but there are other things which you should consider as well. This includes money and toxicity.

  • Look for deals and sales so that you get one which is cheap but perfect for you. It may take some searching if you want something really specific but rest assured it can be done and it can be found.
  • As for toxicity, your skin may feel allergic to some tails. So make sure you know what is in your tail and what it is made up of. If you are allergic to those substances then don’t use them.

Overall, whether you have a tail kink or simply want to see what it feels like to play with a swishing tail, butt plugs with tails can be a really fun thing that you can try. We have been fascinated by these tails available at lovegasm, and we think you would love them, too! We recommend giving them a visit!

What are the DIfferent Types of Anal Hooks?

At sex toy shops you will find exciting sex toys in various colors and materials. Rediscover the love game by using exciting love toys. From classic vibrator to electro-sex toys, everything is there. Sex toys for solo pleasure and couples toys will make hearts beat faster. The imagination and the joy of experimentation there are no limits. Let us inspire you; they give you unforgettable orgasms – alone, in twos or threes? What’s better than having sex toys to really kick start sex life? But are anal hooks just for perverts?! Let’s find out the answer here:

Having fun with sex with sex toys

Despised in the past and shelved as a taboo, today you will find adult toys as far as the eye can see and can fully live out his fantasies of sex. Sex toys and also bondage are trendy, Fifty Shades of Grey Thanks, and cannot be imagined from any bedroom. Anal toys, dildos and different vibrators will satisfy your desire. With love balls you get on the road on tour and at the same time the pelvic floor muscles are trained for even more intense feeling. Couple vibrators, anal toys and bondage games get your body in raptures.

Playful to climax – Love Toys

In addition to the classic sex toys you get with us also sex furniture, such as love swings, love pillow and dance rods. Creative, hot and playful – drop the covers during lovemaking! With the sexy lingerie you are always dressed underneath properly. New stimuli bring new momentum and fun to the bedroom.

Sex shops offer high quality and noble sex toys and accessories for men and women. A large selection of sex toys from renowned manufacturers, such as Fun Factory and Vibe Therapy can be ordered quickly and discreetly online.

Sex Toys: Dildo & Vibrator order cheap in the online shop

The famous sex-Shop would like to keep you up to date with the latest information about eroticism and love so that your love life does not become boring and one-sided. Therefore, we always keep the latest sex toys, such as dildos, anal toys, vibrators and masturbators, ready for your erotic hours and, of course, pay attention to the highest quality.

Playful love toys please?

Love – The nicest thing in the world is also the sex lovers’ favorite pastime especially when small toys and a noble corsage make things even more erotic and exciting. Since people are very imaginative, they have invented numerous such toys and garments over time to make the most beautiful trivia in the world more stimulating. There are, for example, masturbators and penis rings for the penis or vibrators, dildos and other toys for the vagina. Delicate lace and silk or tight and shiny latex, no matter what laundry you want your partner to enjoy, you will find it in our online shop. With our sex toys like the vibrators or dildos she can indulge herself solo or bring his partner to climax. The Bondage accessories let the most beautiful trivia in the world become even spicier.

Who does not like a tingling foreplay with stimulating oils?

The range of sex toys is extensive, especially as the tastes vary from person to person. But most of us enjoy a seductive foreplay such as a stimulating massage all over our body. With oil for gentle touch, put you right in the right mood. There are oils in different scents; they immerse the room in an atmosphere full of feeling, sensuality and love. Fittingly, experts recommend the relaxing oil creations.

Love balls or dildos – Which sex toys of laces, are suitable for stimulating?

After the massage, Dorcel’s other toys can be used for pampering. A vibrating toy can stimulate her clitoris and stimulate the nerves in her genital area. And why should not she ever enjoy the climax before the actual game in bed? Love balls provide a significantly increased excitation curve; masturbators ensure that the partner is fueled. Of course, all of these toys are about Bijoux Indiscrete also for the love game alone. Couples should of course not neglect the look in the entire gimmick. The human, especially the man is a visual being. Delicate linen has already enchanted many a man.

How to extend the love game? Laced knows the answer!

The sex toys Dorcel and Co. accompany couples even with the nicest thing in the world in it. Completely playful with nipple clamps and springs, she lures him to bed, where she already expects him with condoms and gels from Fun Factory. It should be noted, however, that not every Fun Factory gel is suitable for every toy. Silicone lube, for example, should not be combined with other silicone products as it can damage these products. By contrast, the gels from Fun Factory on water basis already. With the cock rings she ensures that his excitement will last longer and the lovemaking lasts longer. The cock rings still have a vibrating attachment.

Love hurts – You want to discover the shades of gray and the pleasure of anal?

You are very quick-witted and now want to discover the Fifty Shades of Gray Toys in bed? Then surprise your partner with sexy lingerie made of latex or other wicked lingerie and our bondage accessories. Long before the fifty shades’ novel success, the game of domination, Bondage, was extremely popular in bed, No matter who wants to fix whom, with our toys the most beautiful thing in the world becomes a special and hot experience. With hard nipple clamps, the love game is also lifted to a whole new, intense level – in the spirit of Fifty Shades hero Christian Gray. Especially if anal toys are added to the pleasure toys, you are offering your partner a sex life in a class of their own because an orgasm of this kind is a very special pleasure. So take a look around the shop and pick the sex toys that suit you.


Such products are suitable for anyone who wants to experience more variety in bed. It does not matter if it’s women or men. Every gender can enjoy using it. Of course, it is important to decide on an article that is accepted by both partners. Due to the large selection of plugs this circumstance should not be a problem. Visit Loveplugs to know anal training.

4 Things You Didn’t Know About the Prostate

Let’s start with some generalities, to understand why prostatic massage can significantly enrich the orgasmic experience. The prostate is an exclusively male sexual organ, at least in its functions. Women also have a kind of prostate – the famous female G-spot – but whose functions are much less clearly established than in men. Let’s find out how to drain your prostate.

During the sexual act, the male prostate has four functions:

  • During the erection, it controls the bladder by blocking the urethra upstream (so that you do not want to urinate unexpectedly at this time);
  • It collects and stores mature spermatozoa that go back from the epidemics’ (pocket on each testicle) throughout the sexual arousal phase;
  • It stimulates the seminal vesicles that produce the seminal fluid – necessary for spermatozoa to move – and secretes “spermine” (or prostatic fluid). These three constituents (spermatozoa, seminal fluid and spermine) mix in the prostate and form the sperm;
  • It expels sperm into the urethra by contracting powerfully and repeatedly during orgasm, under the effect of the muscles of the perineum and lower abdomen: it is ejaculation.

All sex meridians join the prostate.

Beyond these physical functions, the prostate is the rallying point of all male sensual meridians, after they have gathered at the level of the sacrum. This explains the intense heat developed in this area during the whole phase of eroticization and excitement. It is for this reason that the prostate is often referred to as the “G-spot” of humans. This is also why her massage gives the sexual experience a deeper and more intense dimension, contributing to considerably improve the quality and beauty of orgasms.

It also focuses negative feelings during life

However, as a terminal sensual organ, the prostate also concentrates the negative sensual feelings we may have in our daily lives; those from stress, but also from unhealthy diet, cold, pollution, benign or serious diseases. In doing so, it contracts and hardens gradually over the course of life, which explains why we have more than difficulties at the age of forty, fifty or sixty to obtain ejaculations as strong and powerful as at the age of eighteen or twenty. The prostate can also be directly affected by conditions, which can be infectious or not: it is prostatitis.

If you suffer from one or more of the following symptoms, this may reveal prostatitis and require consultation with a doctor:

  • Pain in the rectum (often described as “a golf ball” in the rectum)
  • Supra-pubic pains (above the pubic bone)
  • Perinea pain (between the scrotum and the anus)
  • Pain in the penis
  • Pain around the coccyx
  • Pain in the lower back (one side or both)
  • Pain in the groin
  • Dysuria (pain in urination)
  • Frequent urination at night
  • High-frequency urination (more than once every two hours)
  • Emergency urination
  • Urine jet of reduced power
  • Incomplete urination sensation
  • Hesitation before or during urination (having to “push” as described above)
  • Pain or discomfort during or after ejaculation
  • Reduced libido (reduced interest in sex) due to fear of pain or discomfort.

In this case, the massage of the prostate is not recommended, unless it is practiced for a therapeutic purpose and exclusively by a confirmed urologist.

Prostate massage has been known for thousands of years

Tao masters recommended prostate massage to improve longevity and tone throughout the body’s aging cycle, which begins around the age of twenty. We will not have heard this claim during the Tantra-Tao gay massage. On the other hand, the massage of the prostate will allow its relaxation and its direct sensual stimulation. Thus, to the intense erotic energy that we have accumulated during the massage is added this stimulation of the most delicious, which will intensify very significantly the orgasm. This is the main reason why many men particularly like being penetrated during sexual intercourse which in no way determines homosexuality itself: The erect penis is indeed the best instrument available. To massage the prostate as long as you know how to do it.

The prostate is accessible only by anal penetration.

The prostate is located behind the base of the penis, above the perineum. At the front, it is protected by the pubic bone which covers it completely. His massage is done through the inside of the anus. If you are not used to anal introduction, this moment can be tricky; you can reflexively contract your anus and the entire anal bulb, while this sequence requires being more enjoyable total relaxation. A gentle and delicate preparation phase is therefore necessary for you to be perfectly comfortable. The breath and the caresses (of the fingers and why not of the language) are thus prerequisites perfectly adapted.

Of course, the massage of the prostate requires that the anal cavity is perfectly empty and clean, otherwise this sequence is bothersome and uncomfortable for me as for you!

Ideal sensual position for a prostate massage

The most suitable position for this massage is to get on all fours, buttocks bulging, knees bent, legs slightly apart, arms and bust resting flat on the bed. Thus, the anal area relaxes completely and the body undergoes no fatigue.

The prostate massage can also be practiced lying on the back, spreading and folding the legs, a pillow or a cousin under the buttocks. This position however requires that the masseur has more technicalities not to say fingering.

How I practice prostate massage

I begin with a sequence of gentle breath all along the anal line, gradually spreading your buttocks through caresses and kneading movements. These gestures will gradually relax completely the anal area that will open on its own. It is important to be totally relaxed and it will make sure that you are so before starting this massage.

When you feel that the anal area is well relaxed, then put the tip of your forefinger, previously coated with lubricating gel, at the edge of your anus. Gradually, it will enter alone, without any forcing.


The principle of prostate massage is not rubbing back and forth, but gently pressing the thin wall of skin between your rectum and your prostate by making small movements from the center of the prostate to its right and left ends. This is the opposite of therapeutic massage, which consists of pressing more strongly and starting from the ends to go towards the center, in order to drain and empty the prostate secretions. Visit for more knowledge about prostate massage.

Best Metal and Steel Butt Plugs for Beginners in 2018

Nine out of ten women may experience climax through anal intercourse along with clitoral stimulation. Most women, however, want to try the anal stimulation and test their own limits before taking the step to anal sex with the partner. For the sexually exciting form of anal stimulation, anal plugs are ideal. For this reason, women with an anal plug can gain their first anal experience. Also for the prelude to the final sexual act, the sex toy is excellent. Because after the anus is slightly widened, the male penis can easily penetrate the woman. Nothing stands in the way of sexual pleasure.

In addition, the anal plug can also be used in men. After all, there are a number of nerve endings on the anus that are just waiting to be stimulated. Who wants to try for the time together and new sexual experience anal plug, should make sure that the product meets the highest standards because with the best plugs unique sexual experiences are not far away.

An anal plug is a sex toy that is a type of small dildo that is introduced anal. The special shape of this sex toy ensures that the anal plug, also called anal plug or butt plug, can remain in the anus during sexual intercourse or foreplay, thus ensuring a continuous sexual stimulation. On the sex toy market, there is a sheer vast array of anal plugs, some of them conventional, some with additional features like a built-in vibrator. For this reason, the following product test should ensure that you find the right butt plug, which henceforth ensures exuberant fun in the bedroom.

What are anal plugs?

Anal plugs are sex toys that are a kind of little dildo. These are suitable for anal stimulation and satisfaction. Depending on individual needs and experience, there are the toys in different sizes. Interested people should make sure that they get a high-quality plug that meets their own needs.

Which test scales have we used in our big anal plug test 2018?

When testing the metal and steel butt plugs, there were several criteria on which the final test result is based. In test, the wearing comfort of the anal plugs played a big role. After all, the success of sexual stimulation stands and falls with the comfort of wearing. In addition, criteria such as cleaning, the material or the design were decisive points for the final ranking in the ranking. Additional points have been awarded in the case of anal plug sets, which include, for example, a storage box or the like, in order to stow the anal plug hygienically and comfortably after use.

Wearing comfort: The wearing comfort is the alpha and omega of an anal plug because this remains stuck for a long time in the aftermath of a person. Sexual desire can only arise if it feels comfortable. For this reason, the wearing comfort of an anal stopper was the crucial aspect in the evaluation of the various sex toys.

Material: Anal plugs are inserted into a body opening, more specifically in the anus. For this reason, it is important that the material of an anal plug is natural and of high quality. Therefore, anal plugs made of medical grade silicone or similar materials are rated better than other artificial and unhealthy anal plugs. The environmental compatibility of the material also played a role in the test.

Design: For the majority of users, the design of a sex toy certainly does not play the decisive role. Nonetheless, the design was also included in the evaluation because an appealing and high-quality design is a nice extra no more, but not less.

Cleaning: After use, the butt plug should be thoroughly cleaned. When cleaning is fast, thorough and easy, the sex toy is rated better than other products. Another point is the result of the cleaning. Odors and other abnormalities should not be left behind.

Extras: Certain extras such as a storage box or a stand can positively influence the rating. For this reason, our product results also included such product extras.

Expert Recommendations: The Deluxe Silicone Butt Plug Set convinces all over and is the winner of our anal plug test because the set offers various anal plug sizes, all of which were made in impressive quality. The 100% medical silicone is free of harmful substances, so that the sex toys can be introduced without hesitation. Certain extras such as a storage bag, lubricant and the ergonomic base round off the offer more than successful.

The different anal plugs

The Deluxe Silicone Butt Plug Set consists of three different plugs in different sizes. The smallest plug is aimed at beginners and has a total length of eight centimeters. The diameter ranges from 15-28 mm and the weight is 40 grams. The amateur plug is aimed at advanced users and has a total length of 12 centimeters. The diameter of this anal plug is 20-40 mm and the sex toy weighs 100 grams. The biggest variant is the professional anal plug in this set. This is 14 cm long and has a diameter of 24-45 mm and a weight of 154 grams. Love plugs provides a collection of anal plugs.

The advantages – material, handling, cleaning and much more

The anal plugs are all made of high quality material – 100% medical silicone. This innovative silicone is soft and free from all harmful substances. In addition, the manufacturers have paid attention to an innovative design, so that the butt plug easily and without problems in the anus can be introduced. There, the anal plug sits securely and firmly and ensures sexual arousal. Also, the ergonomic base of the butt plug does not interfere with insertion and carrying.

In addition, the cleaning is easily possible with the Deluxe Silicone Butt Plug Set. There is also a lubricant in the large set and a luxury velvet storage bag. These extras are included. In the bag, the anal plugs can be stowed when not in use.

Already for 25.99 dollars there is the butt plug set including three anal plugs in different sizes, a pack of lubricant and the luxurious storage bag. After that, nothing stands in the way of the maximum fun that the manufacturer advertises because the black plugs in three sizes have a high wearing comfort and stand for sexual excitement.

The applications of the butt plug

Due to the three different sizes, there is the right plug for every user, man or woman. To find out which butt plug provides optimal sexual stimulation, users should start with the smallest. Then it is possible to increase the use of the anal plugs in terms of size, so that high fun is certain. The anatomical shape of the medical silicone adapts perfectly to the anus. Thus, the plug stuck after the introduction in the anal. The plugs are also particularly suitable for when the anus during vaginal intercourse is also stimulated over a long period of time.

Why You Should Perform a Health Check Before Anal Sex

Anal chains are among the sex toys that promise unique emotional development. An anal chain consists of nothing but balls that are connected to each other. They are similar to the well-known Rin-no-tama, which are actually introduced vaginally and should strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. However, anal chains are longer than Rin-no-tama. It can surprise you that butt plugs and constipation is also interred related.

Depending on the model, the balls of an anal chain have the same size, or even larger balls. Anchor chains are designed so that the connected balls can be successively inserted into the anal anus. The tradition of love balls connected together in a chain has been known for several centuries.

What to consider when buying an anal chain

Anal chains can be made of different materials. It is particularly pleasant when silicone was used for the preparation.  is easy to clean and disinfect. It is therefore very important to pay attention to the hygienic possibilities when buying. If the balls of an anal chain are connected to a fabric band, it could be difficult to clean, as it may not be easy to wash any remains of stool out of them. Anal chain are offered in different lengths in the trade. One should therefore pay attention to the following quality features when buying an anal chain:

  • Pleasant material
  • Perfect workmanship, no sharp edges
  • Easy to clean and disinfect
  • The size of the balls should be appropriate

The tail of the anal chain should be designed so large that it cannot disappear by itself in the rectum. There are also fancy butt plugs like fox tails in your butt that’s designed for the fetish and bdsm role playing.

How and when are analgesics used?

Anal chains are equally used by lovers of both sexes. For many it means indescribable sexual stimulation when one pearl after another is inserted and pulled out anally. You should take your time with this type of sexual stimulation because, depending on the model and design, the sphincter muscle should slowly expand by the insertion of the balls. This experience is particularly noticeable in the analgesics, which consist of ever-larger balls. Anal chain can, if necessary, with a little slip cream, lubricant or oil, be made lubricious. This makes it easier to introduce anal and pain can be prevented. After use, the anal chain should be cleaned directly, so that any dirt cannot dry.

Which usage variants are there?

Anal chains can be used alone, but better still for two. Some people like it when only one ball of the anal chain is inserted into the anus, while others, when very slowly, pass one ball after another through the sphincter until the entire anal chain is inserted. Many users reach a sexual climax when it is then, very slowly, ball by ball, pulled out of the rectum again. The sensation of pulling out is particularly intense when performed during the sexual climax. An anal chain is ideally suited to prepare the love partner for anal intercourse variants.

This preparation and sphincter stretching can be done slowly and carefully. The use of an anal chain not only serves to stretch the sphincter, but also to relax. Anal sex is only possible with many lovers when body and mind are totally relaxed. Those who are cramped will also automatically contract the sphincter and the anal penetration may be uncomfortable, in some cases even impossible.

Different model variants

Anal chains are available through the specialist retailers in the field of sex toys. There are a variety of model variants available. Anal chain can differ in color and form very much. They are available in silver, black, and all kinds of other color options.

Anal chain can additionally be provided with a vibration mechanism. Fans of the anal beads, which are connected to a chain, are usually not content with a model variant, but create themselves over time a whole repertoire. When buying an anal chain, the appropriate cleaning agent should always be bought immediately. The balls of an anal chain can be shaped differently. Most are round, like small balls, others are elliptical or oval.

Available in 4 sizes is the anal plug, which features a rotating inner ball. The plugs are odorless and the outer shell is made of silky smooth silicone. The black plug is – depending on the size – ideal for anal beginners to professionals. Surprising and interesting is his inner life. A metal ball rotates and is also noticeable while wearing, as soon as you move. This provides interesting stimulation.

Due to the slim base, even the largest butt plug “sits” well and it can stay in the body for a longer time, without it interfering. The foot is slightly oval shaped. So he sits comfortably without disturbing. And do not worry; the foot is so big that the plug cannot completely disappear in the butt. Incidentally, the foot is designed as a squeegee, so you can “anchor” the plug on a smooth surface such as the bottom of the bathtub to play with it on the spot. Due to the side-mounted, small, super-soft handle, it can be easily removed from the ground again.

The base of the plug is flexible but not wobbly. As a result, the plug adapts to the body, yet can be easily inserted and easily removed. The plugs are flexible, odorless; they have no pores and feel pleasantly soft.

The medical silicone is hypoallergenic and easy to clean.

An anal chain is perfect for you if you do not have any experience with anal stimulation but would like to try it out. There are also anal chains for the seasoned, as there are many different sizes of ankle chains – both in the length and size of the balls – and different numbers of balls and different materials. Check out our guide: Choose the right anal chain if you are not sure which anal chain is right for you. If you already have experience with anal stimulation, it may be a good idea to try it out when you are alone, then you will not have pressure from your partner and you will be able to set your own pace.

So do it

Start by lubricating the anal chain with a good anal lubricant and around the anus as well. Use one hand to spread your buttocks and the other to insert the anal chain.


It is not certain that you can insert all the balls the first time, but it’s okay. The most important thing is that it feels comfortable to you. The more often you use the analgesic, the more you get in. If you want to push the chain out and in or just have it in while masturbating or having sex – when you’re with your partner – it’s all a matter of taste. You have to try out what you want, which is exciting for you.

Tips on How to Enjoy Anal Sex with Your Partner

You want something fancy but don’t know how to introduce idea of anal play to your partner? Anal sex provides both women and men equally stimulating feelings and provides in most cases for even more intense orgasms. The region around the anus has many nerve endings, which can cause intense stimulation when touched. You do not know if you like it yet? Then find out.


The first time anal sex

Anyone can enjoy anal sex either as an active or passive partner, or both, regardless of sex. This applies to heterosexual as well as lesbian and gay couples. The most important thing in anal sex is to take your time. This is especially true when it is the first time. Talk to your partner beforehand about the topic and what your ideas look like. Is the anal sex for you both in question? Maybe one of you already has some experience? The entire is better! Speak in plain language and thus create all the uncertainties in the world.

In no case do you withhold your concerns and fears. A relaxed approach to the matter makes the anal sex at the end a lot more relaxed. There is hardly a sexual practice that is as charged as anal intercourse in the beginning it therefore makes sense to deal with the few myths that exist around the subject. The most common and untruths we have put together in the following and compared with the reality.

Myths about anal sex: We have to talk!

There are so many prejudices, rumors and half-truths about anal sex and you’ve probably heard one or the other “horror story” – from unpleasant odors to medical emergencies. We clean up with nonsensical myths about anal intercourse and explain how it really is.

  1. Anal sex hurts

Truth: Anal sex only hurts if you take it ruthlessly and unprepared. If you’re in the right mood, relaxed, with a finger or an anal toy carefully pretends and uses enough lubricant, it will not hurt, but good. Attention: Spit is not a lubricant!

  1. Anal sex is dirty

In the rectum, feces are only just before the stool. If you do not feel like you need to go to the bathroom, anal sex is hygienically safe. A shower before anal intercourse is advisable and who really wants to go safe, can make a colon cleansing with an anal shower. But it can always happen that despite cleaning feces during anal sex is here. If you notice that, take the time to cleanse yourself again or go on another sex practice this time. Important: Intestinal bacteria can cause vaginal infections. Please never switch from anal intercourse directly to vaginal intercourse!

  1. Condoms are not necessary

Truth: Contraceptive use is important! Although the risk of unwanted pregnancies during anal intercourse is much lower, the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease such as HIV is even greater due to the faster development of micro-cracks.

  1. The anus is crying out

Truth: The sphincter is a very strong muscle of our body. Although he gets used to regular anal intercourse more easily to the pressure, the strain and can relax faster, “leach” and his function he will not lose – except injuries. Incidentally, this also applies to the vagina.

  1. Anal sex is only for gays

One of the great advantages of having anal sex is that people of any gender and orientation can enjoy it, not just gays. Of hetero-men anal sex is still often associated with the fact that the man takes over the role of the woman who is otherwise penetrated anal or just the role of a gay man. As a result, men are also at risk of being labeled gay or feminine and no longer considered a “real man”. But gays were not born with special nerves designed for anal play.

Each man has the same nerve tracts on the anus and a prostate, which can be stimulated by anal penetration. There are many heterosexual men who have discovered the pleasure of anal stimulation, and there are many gay men who have tried it and decided that it is not for them. It’s a matter of taste and not a question of gender and sexual orientation that should keep someone from enjoying anal sex.

  1. Women do not like anal sex

Social norms and expectations are constantly changing and developing. Sexual stigma and what we perceive as an acceptable and healthy part of our intimacy are things that can fortunately be rewritten. The assumption is that women do not like anal sex and only do it because men like it from them and they want to fulfill this “fantasy”. What is problematic about this view? This sexual fabric sees men in the dominant role forcing women into activities in the bedroom. The idea that women do not enjoy anal sex discourages and denies them sexual ability to act as well as sexual desires such as anal sex. Of course, this can also be perceived by women as stimulating and sexy and has nothing to do with the above-mentioned submission.

Fortunately, the actual picture of what people do in their bedroom differs from this general narrative. It may not be talked about so openly in society, but anal sex is part of a common sex practice that both partners enjoy. No one has to feel compelled to do so. If you feel like it, do it – if not, then not. Anal sex may also be an alternative to vaginal sex, which may not be possible and unpleasant during the period or during a fungal infection. Whether she or he finds anal sex good, each person has to find out for themselves.

  1. There is an anal orgasms

There is no pure anal orgasm. But since the anus and sexual organs are close together, you can almost get a second hand orgasm by stimulating the sensitive nerve endings on the anus and the genitals at the same time. Many perceive this stimulation as an anal orgasm. Every human being has numerous nerve endings on the anus that can be stimulated by touch, which many people find tingling and, together with masturbation or vaginal penetration, intensifies orgasm. In addition, there are gender-specific features that influence an “anal orgasm”.

  1. Anal orgasm in men:

The prostate is the size of a chestnut and lies inside the anus on the intestinal wall behind the penis and testicles. It is a gland that secretes a secretion that mixes with the sperm during ejaculation to make it more flexible. The small bump can also trigger intense feelings in men. Five to seven inches in the anus can feel a round bead. With the fingertip you can massage them – with light pressure and circular movements. The best way to do this is the middle finger, as it can penetrate the deepest into the anus. If penis and glands are additionally stimulated, an “anal orgasm” is quite realistic. Feeling orgasm with anal penetration is often described by men as more intense and different. For more information about the prostate massage, you can visit this helpful site to learn more about it.

The anal orgasm in the woman:  women do not have a prostate, so this cannot be stimulated in anal sex. But you have the clitoris. This not only includes the externally visible clitoris, but also the internal tickle thigh and the vaginal opening, which have many nerve endings. There are also muscles in the anus associated with this area. Thus, stimulation can be transmitted to the whole region by anal stimulation, i.e. the clitoris is indirectly stimulated. If you indulge additionally clitoris or the vagina, the “anal orgasm” is even easier for them.