Butt plugs are sex toys inserted into the anus. The anus has many nerve endings near the G-spot in both men and women. People use butt plugs to stimulate the anus in preparation for sex. It is common to stimulate the anus for sexual pleasure .
People with prostates like butt plugs because butt plugs stimulate the glands and can lead to prostate orgasms. Even without an orgasm. Most people still say it feels good. People with vaginas also like butt plugs. Wearing one during penetrative vaginal intercourse can simulate double penetration - penetration of the anus and vagina at the same time. People who like anal sex will use a butt plug to heat their anus before sex. When they are alone, they may also masturbate with a butt plug to enhance the experience. Butt plugs can also be part of the domination and submission game.
Stay and stay out
When trying anal toys, always use something with a flared base. Your anus can suck, and the flared base prevents that. Large loops or drawstrings are also acceptable for safety.
Since the anus is not self-lubricating like the vagina, always use plenty of lubrication. The anus and rectum are fragile. Lubrication helps prevent tearing and soreness, and usually makes anal play more enjoyable.
If you are using silicone toys, use a water-based lube. Silicone lubricants can make silicone toys degrade faster.
Body safety material
Sex toys made of porous materials may not be physically safe. Although these items get into your body, the sex toy industry is not regulated. Any toys made of plastic or acrylic can draw harmful chemicals into the anus. Furthermore, these materials are porous. They are not fully sterilized and bacteria can grow on them.
The safest materials for butt plugs are silicone, pyrex, and stainless steel. These materials are non-porous - they can be sterilized and sterilized between uses.
How to Play Butt Plug
Start slow. Anal play is usually more fun when you're relaxed. Anal tear can occur if you are nervous. Pay attention to how you feel. If something hurts or doesn't feel right, slow down or stop.
Start with something smaller than a butt plug. Fingers are often a great tool for warming up. Wear disposable latex or nitrile gloves if you don't want to spread germs from the anus to the rest of your body, or if you want to keep your hands clean. Apply lube to your fingers and gently rub the anal rim before inserting your fingers. Once you've got a finger or two comfortably in it, go ahead and insert the butt plug.
Try different butt plug insertion positions to find the one that works best for you. Everyone is different and will find different positions that are most comfortable for their specific anatomy.
Some people use a numbing cream to avoid discomfort during anal play. However, this stops you from feeling when your body wants you to stop. For your safety, avoid using numbing creams when using butt plugs.
Wash your hands
Even if your anus is clean, it can still contain bacteria that cause vaginal infections. After touching your anus, be sure to wash your hands before touching your other genitals. Wash with warm water and soap to prevent UTIs and yeast infections.
Maintenance and Cleaning
Most silicone toys can be put in the dishwasher as long as they don't have a motor. This will kill bacteria. Boiled glass, silicone and stainless steel toys also sanitize them. Make sure to do this before sharing a toy with a partner. Even if you only use toys on yourself, disinfect them regularly to keep them clean and healthy.