Pfun Plug

DreamyLove DreamyLove
Is the Pfun Plug a suitable plug for a man who's never used a plug before and wants to use a plug with the benefits of prostate stimulation, or should I ease my friend into using a plug like Bootie first?

Thanks!
02/20/2009
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ScottA ScottA
Has he played with a finger first? That's a good way to finger what type of anal stimulation you like best, and where in the region you like to be stimulated.
02/20/2009
DreamyLove DreamyLove
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Originally posted by ScottA
Has he played with a finger first? That's a good way to finger what type of anal stimulation you like best, and where in the region you like to be stimulated.
Oh yes. He's played with a finger for quite awhile now and loves when his partner does the stimulating of the prostate for him with a finger of her own, but he wants to work up to a plug that is capable of prostate stimulation and hands free, if you will.
02/20/2009
Snappy Snappy
The Aneros Peridise Beginner Set is a great first-time anal toy. The Pfun plug is quite a bit larger and it's made of metal so there's no give whatsoever.
02/21/2009
ScottA ScottA
If he likes finger stimulation, he'll probably prefer one of the stiffer prostate massager toys, like the Pfun Plug or one of the Aneros or Nexus prostate massagers. If he can take 2 fingers he probably doesn't need a smaller plug - just tell him to go slow and warm up first. The only potential hitch is that it's a new sensation (metal plug), so he might tighten up more - but in that case you might want a "cone" style buttplug to help relax.

I'd recommend getting the Phun Plug first, and then getting a warm-up plug if he needs it.
02/22/2009
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