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KC Kitten KC Kitten
So, I've been looking through the toys for anal, I've never had anal sex and am currently single so I would be using it on myself, what is a short list of the best toys for a BEGINNER? I've seen several things and am considering beads, but I'm not sure how much they might hurt for someone first starting off.

Also, does the lubricants you use for these toys just depend on the material, or should some lubes not be used for anal at all? (aside from food based, of course)

Thanks guys!
08/23/2011
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Originally posted by KC Kitten
So, I've been looking through the toys for anal, I've never had anal sex and am currently single so I would be using it on myself, what is a short list of the best toys for a BEGINNER? I've seen several things and am considering beads, ...
Well if you want to use beads ive heard good things about the x-10 but it looks long to me. But if you think you are going to maybe try anal sex you might want to try getting some of the smaller buttplugs. There are some listed as beginner sizes you can also check the actual sizes on some using the measurements and the hand "actual size" thingie if you have a credit card or dollar bill handy. Also depending on how much you think you are going to like it I would watch how much you spend. As for lube if you buy a silicon toy you can never ever use silicone lube with it ever. They recommend never using anything like anal ease since it will numb your anus and you wont be able to tell if you need to stop. Also it numbs your anus i think its pointless to put things in there if you cant feel it. I got some equate brand personal lube for a few bucks and its quite good i think.
08/23/2011
ScottA ScottA
First thing to start with: fingers. You probably have some, and they're sensitive and small. A glove can be used to smooth out rough skin, but trimmed fingernails are best, though some cotton balls can be used inside a glove to cover long fingernails if you have them. Fingers let you figure out the lay of the land and if you like anal play before investing in a toy.

After that you need to ask yourself what kind of play you like. If you like thrusting, get a dildo. If you like something staying in place then look at a plug. Instead of true "beads" I recommend "bead sticks" because you can thrust with them and they're much easier to insert. No matter what you get I recommend silicone to start with. It's easy to clean, soft, and 100% safe.

Lubricants are up to you. The anus doesn't have nearly as many restrictions as the vagina. Sometimes people can be sensitive to chemicals, and if you are using a lube with these chemicals is no fun (burning pain). Try some out first to see what works and what doesn't. I used to worry about glycerin, as it is used in suppositories for the laxative response, but I no longer do - there isn't enough in lube to cause a problem.

Water-based lubes are a good place to start - thick is better for anal than thin. Oil lubes can be good as well, since they tend to stay around longer and "stick" better to silicone toys. If you're careful silicone can work as well, but some silicone lubes can bond to some silicone toys.
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