Size: Going big

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Size: Going big

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I consider myself pretty experienced at anal play, but I have never been able to insert large toys. It's a challenge to get in the Sasha Grey signature medium, or the last bulb of the Crankshaft, even with plenty of silicone lube. I find the sensations, especially in the prostate, from larger toys to be amazing, but it's always an uncomfortable struggle to get in. Is there a way I can build up my ability to take bigger toys, so to speak?
02/08/2012
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te te
Relax, start small and work your way up regularly. Starting with a small toy and working your way each time slowly eases the task a lot.
02/08/2012
Antipova Antipova
Other than training your sphincter (maybe with something like the Tantus Ringo? You want a slow gradual taper that lets you work at your own pace), if you just want the full sensation you could also try an inflatable plug.
02/08/2012
Nice to Eat you Nice to Eat you
inflatable sound interesting
02/09/2012
ScottA ScottA
The problem with inflatables is that they are usually cheaply made out of poor quality materials.

I find the best way to help relax the anus is to focus on the removal step. Get a plug you can insert but is near your limit, then gently pull the base. Eventually your anus will relax and push it out - then put it back in and repeat a couple of times. Then you can move bigger.

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02/12/2012
Chou Wang Chou Wang
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
The problem with inflatables is that they are usually cheaply made out of poor quality materials.

I find the best way to help relax the anus is to focus on the removal step. Get a plug you can insert but is near your limit, then gently pull ...
I can see what you mean with those toys you're describing. The problem is that they are relatively large in diameter and made from a rigid material. The absence of the material flexibility and its ability to give in and adopt to the body and its curves makes them hard to insert.

I don't agree with ScottA about all inflatables, there is one particular on the market which is in my opinion an absolute state of the art toy. I'm talking about the Gapers organic, it received a lot of posivie feedback from the users (there are my Two Cents of cource).

If you ar in the 2" area with rigid toys I'd suggest aside the inflatable (which is not really practilcal for penetration) to get something from a softer material. My favourites in this neck of the woods are:

1. The larger version of the Ultra Skin Cock is a winner.
2. Something softer and cheaper Blush UR3 ballsy dong - that was actually my intro into the bigger side of the toys.
3. The Randy is on the huge side of the toys and is actually very difficult to handle at first few times.

I hope it helped a little.

Enjoy!
02/16/2012
ScottA ScottA
A good inflatable would be excellent, but I'm not sure what the longevity would be on the Gapers, or whether it will leach anything.

While the plugs I point out are on the large size (the post was written in response to an inquiry about preparing for the A-Bomb), the same process can be used with smaller toys and soft toys - the key with "my" process is that there needs to be a pronounced "bulge" between the neck and the body that can be pulled up against the anus to trigger your body's natural "relax the anus" response, then after using one plug a couple of times you move up to a bigger one. The Severin series should also work well.
02/17/2012
permitdrab permitdrab
The Severin Medium and Large are a great workout and way to relax the sphincters
02/23/2012
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