Anal play and the bubbly toyfriend?

Jessica Kay Jessica Kay
Bubbly toyfriend review
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Does anyone know if this can be used for anal play or have anyone tried anal with it
05/04/2013
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AmethystQueen AmethystQueen
I haven't tried this toy anally, but it gets really big after the bend and the bend will keep anything from getting sucked in so you're safe for using this as an anal toy. It's silicone so it should be able to be sterilized (boiled, 10% bleach solution) after anal play if you want to use it in the vagina again.

Anything can be used for anal play as long as you're careful. One way to make vibrators safe is to make sure they have a flared base so they don't get sucked in. You can use these Enhancers to make any regular vibrator without a flared base into a safe anal play toy.
05/04/2013
snowminx snowminx
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Originally posted by AmethystQueen
I haven't tried this toy anally, but it gets really big after the bend and the bend will keep anything from getting sucked in so you're safe for using this as an anal toy. It's silicone so it should be able to be sterilized (boiled, 10% ... More
I've never seen those enhancers things, it's pretty interesting
05/04/2013
babyrock babyrock
doesn't look like it'll be too comfortable with the bend.
05/17/2013
charmedtomeetyou charmedtomeetyou
I wouldn't go beyond that curve, but just using the three stacked balls would be ok. You'd have to be careful and not go nuts with it, but the narrow part would help lock it in a bit.
05/18/2013
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
Quote:
Originally posted by AmethystQueen
I haven't tried this toy anally, but it gets really big after the bend and the bend will keep anything from getting sucked in so you're safe for using this as an anal toy. It's silicone so it should be able to be sterilized (boiled, 10% ... More
Actually, I'm not sure they'd want to boil anything with a motor. That could damage the electrical components.
05/18/2013
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