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caseyb caseyb
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are anal plugs for everyone. I want to try but idk if I;d like it, should i start small, yes?
08/10/2012
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Mikemanz Mikemanz
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Originally posted by caseyb
are anal plugs for everyone. I want to try but idk if I;d like it, should i start small, yes?
yes, start small. lubed finger or similar size
08/10/2012
SneakersAndPearls SneakersAndPearls
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Originally posted by Mikemanz
yes, start small. lubed finger or similar size
Seconded. You probably want to start small and flexible. A lubed finger or a very, very thin plug is a good start.
08/10/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
Definitely start with a small silicone toy. My first plug (the Pleasure Plug 1) was only 1" in diameter, which feels laughably small to me now, but it was a great first step.
08/11/2012
Chou Wang Chou Wang
Quote:
Originally posted by caseyb
are anal plugs for everyone. I want to try but idk if I;d like it, should i start small, yes?
Think big - start small If you want to get into the anal play area with comfort and ease I guess the best thing is to start with smaller dildo like the:

Blush UR3 Anal Starter

or a silicone alternative:
Sedeux Please

To grow up I'd suggest:
Pure Skin Player jr

The silicone alternative is:
VIP Super Soft

For Butt Plugs:

The best training of all times (after you grow out of the beginners toys):
Triple Ripple

Best Butt Plug (I guess many will agree):
Ryder

And finally my personal favorite among plugs:
Gapers Organic

Generally speaking that's my product advice. For lubes you have to look for yourself what suits you more. Just don't use silicone lube on silicone toys, it really kills them. The rest as usual, hygiene, foreplay, foreplay, lube -> and plenty of fun
08/11/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
There's a silicone anal beginner kit with three slender plugs on the main page, that would be a great start.
08/12/2012
stlouisxxx stlouisxxx
I wouldn't start extremely small, like a pinky finger small, but if you start to large you will hurt yourself & probably not go there again.
08/12/2012
Double Analysis Double Analysis
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Originally posted by SneakersAndPearls
Seconded. You probably want to start small and flexible. A lubed finger or a very, very thin plug is a good start.
Exactly. Take it slow and relax.
08/12/2012
RentAChik RentAChik
Ditto on the Tantus Ryder
08/14/2012
Gdom Gdom
Definitely start small. Plugs aren't any fun if you injure yourself trying to shove one in.
08/14/2012
CaliGirl CaliGirl
Start small and very lubed.
10/19/2012
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
You're getting great advice! Start small, and relax!
10/19/2012
Why Not? Why Not?
Yes, start small... you can always go larger later. And I would avoid texture to start with. And lube lube lube
10/25/2012
Alyxx Alyxx
Start off small and simple and use lots and lots of lube. A flexible toy helps too. Perhaps think about starting with a set of silicone anal beads instead of a plug. I like the X-10 silicone beads myself. You can start with just a couple of the beads at a time and work yourself up to the larger ones. Just go slow and remember to use a good thick lube.
10/25/2012
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by Why Not?
Yes, start small... you can always go larger later. And I would avoid texture to start with. And lube lube lube
Seconded. And I'd say why not start with a pinky? The key is to get something you're comfortable with and learn how to use that area of your body for pleasure. You can always move up, and if you start with fingers they're free so you don't have to worry about wasting money.

Always use plenty of lube!
10/25/2012
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