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The Guide to Anal Sex Toys

Looking for a little anal adventure?

You’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re just dipping your toe into the anal pool, or are experienced, there is a huge variety of anal sex toys that will work for you.

So why does anal get an A+ in our books? It’s pleasurable for both partners. That’s because the anus is filled with nerve endings, and it’s tighter than the vagina. Plus, the G-spot can be stimulated when pushing against the vaginal wall via the back door, while guys find that receiving anal affects their prostate, the male pleasure centre.

Why do we need toys for anal play? Because they’re fun! There all shapes and sizes to choose from, and each has its own unique function.

1) Butt Plugs

First off, butt plugs: These are similar to a dildo in shape, but they’re generally much shorter and have a lip on the end to avoid it getting lost in there. These are the go-to for general nerve stimulation.

2) Anal Vibrators

Anal vibrators are next, whether in the form of a butt plug or a longer toy that resembles a penis. This vibrator intensifies your pleasure as they continuously move against the nerve endings, providing added stimulation through the intense sensations.

3) Anal Beads

Then, enter anal beads: these sexy beads are traditionally tied together with a cord or string, but these days you’ll usually find them connected with silicone or jelly rubber. Don’t worry – they can’t get stuck up there! Anal beads are either made in one size, or they range from smaller to larger, making for easier insertion. They’re designed to target the sphincter muscles and at the point of orgasm, are meant to be pulled out for extra-strong sensations – but you can play with them however you want.

4) Prostate Massagers

Prostate massagers do just that – massage the prostate, a gland that’s often described as the male G-spot, or the P-spot. You’ll find it around two to three inches inside the anal canal. They’re designed to stimulate the gland, leading to intense orgasms.

No matter what anal toy you decide to try (and we recommend one of each!), you need to ensure you’ve got plenty of lube at hand. This makes for easier insertion and a more comfortable experience. You also want to be relaxed. If you’re feeling stressed, your anal muscles tense up, making anal play more difficult – and uncomfortable.

Ready to give it a try? Head to our anal sex toy section, butt take your time exploring (pun intended). You’re sure to find something that will make you scream with pleasure.

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