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We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this , we may earn a small commission. Toying with your tush on your own can help you get more comfortable and in tune with your body. Simply put, anal masturbation is any sort of self-stimulation of your anus, rectum , or prostate for the purpose of sexual pleasure. The benefits are the same as with any other masturbation:. That means anyone can experience pleasure — even orgasm — from anal stimulation, regardless of gender or genitals. For people with vulvas, internal anal play can also stimulate areas of the vaginal canal and larger clitoral structure.
According to Adam Levoy, CEO of prostate health and pleasure brand Giddi , prostate stimulation can strengthen penile orgasms by 30 percent. You can try a of ways to explore the back ro on your own! Here are some of the most common.
You can use your fingers to pleasure and massage the rim of your anus, as well as explore some shallow penetration. If you have a vulva and are using your fingers, make sure you wash your hands thoroughly before touching your vulva to help prevent infection. Alternatively, you can use latex or nitrile gloves or finger cots that you can take off and toss in the trash afterward.
Plugs are probably the most popular and most widely recognized anal toy. In this way, they can add to the experience. They come in an array of styles, shapes, colors, sizes, and materials. With silicone, you can choose between motorized and nonmotorized plugs. Either type is great for beginner anal play, as long as you choose a modest-sized toy. Some nonvibrating options include this beginner plug from Tango or the striking Romp by Unbound.
For a beginner plug with vibrations, try the b-Vibe Novice vibrating plug or the Shimmy by Unbound. Many people like plugs made of glass like this one from Crystal Delights or stainless steel like this one from Love Honey. They offer a different sensation, have a weighty feel to them, and are often pleasing to look at.
Consisting of a series of spheres or balls attached to each other, anal be are deed to be continuously inserted into the rectum and removed according to your desired sensations. Similar to plugs, be come in a variety of materials and are also available in vibrating and nonvibrating options.
In need of some good vibes? Try the b-Vibe Triplet vibrating anal be. Not into silicone? If glass is more your style, try this one from Love Plugs. These are similar to butt plugs, but shaped and deed specifically to target stimulation to the prostate.
They also come in a range of materials, sizes, and shapes, plus motorized and nonmotorized. Many massagers provide dual stimulation to the perineum the area between your genitals and anus or penis. You can always find a wide selection of high-quality, body-safe prostate toys at Spectrum Boutique. Rimming toys are intended to stimulate the rim of your anus. Most often they come in the form of a vibrating plug, like this collection from b-Vibe, which features rotating be in the neck of the plug.
There are dildos specifically deed for anal strap-on sex, too. Sometimes a shower and a lather helps people feel cleaner and more in the mood. Lube — and lots of it — is required for pleasurable anal play. Skin-to-skin contact or skin-to-silicone contact without lube will be extremely uncomfortable and can easily cause microtears and fissures in and around your anus.
These tend to be thicker and higher in viscosity. Using a silicone toy? Stay away from silicone-based lubes. Go for a water-based lube instead, like Sassy by Sliquid. Another option with silicone toys is the cult favorite The Butters Original Lube , a smooth, moisturizing, and long lasting oil-based recipe that includes aloe and shea. The Butters Lube can also be used with fingers, glass and stainless steel toys, and nonlatex condoms like nitrile, lambskin, and polyurethane. Stimulating your genitals or other erogenous zones and becoming aroused will ificantly relax your muscles in the area.
Another option? It comes in many forms, including edibles, capsules, tinctures, and topicals. Whether you choose to use your hands or a toy to make the magic happen, always listen to your body and take your time. It can be helpful to begin by slowly pushing and pulling your finger or small toy in and out of your anus, past your sphincter. This will allow you to get used to the sensation before going farther. Here are some ways to make sure your anal masturbation session not only goes smoothly, but has you shouting from the rooftops:. Experimenting with different positions can help you unearth some incredibly pleasurable experiences.
Here are a few to try out. Then wash your hands and any toys used with antibacterial soap and warm water, letting the toys air-dry. If you experience any soreness, take a break from anal play until you feel ready to try again. Remember, use lots of lube and go slow! Anal masturbation can be a chance to experiment, learn what you like, and get to know your body — which can ultimately improve your partnered anal sex experiences should you choose to have any.
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A Beginner’s Guide to Anal Masturbation