Plugs You Can Get BehindIf you're nervous about anal, breathe a little easier on the subject if you know you're using these. They are gentle, made from safe materials, and absolutely won't break your bank. You get a lot of quality for a low price, as well as a loving spoonful of variety on top.
I recommend skipping the cheap, nasty plugs that smell like a flaming dumpster full of Barbie parts, and going straight for these instead as your first anal toys.
Each plug is roughly the width and length of a long adult finger, making the transition from digit to toy pain-free. You can feel confident treating your sweet behind with soft, flexible silicone, which is given the highest safety rating on Eden for its ability to be fully sterilized. Each plug also comes with a sufficiently flared base that also doubles as a suction cup.
If you're feeling intimidated by the prospect of anal sex, let this colorful, intimidation-free set melt your worries away one well-lubed stroke at a time.
Afraid of hard pokes or jabs in your sensitive spot? Fear not! The silicone is soft and flexible, giving your derriere a gentle touch when you need it.
The size is comparable to having a finger or so grazing your backside, which makes it ideal for novices, but not so good for advanced anal-lovers. Some may find it too small, but it's called Beginner anal kit for a very good reason. If you or your partner are feeling some trepidation about exploring new territories, these three toys are perfect for giving you peace of mind.
They're small enough to fit comfortable in your hand and there are no moving parts or batteries required, which makes packing them for travel extra easy.
The very best part of these toys is the easy learning curve for beginners. Make sure you're relaxed (being tense can make it painful!), well-lubricated, and if you're with a partner, make sure it's someone you trust. Take it slow, be generous with your lube, and you're certain to have a good time.
How fast or slow you go is up to you - the toys are small enough that a little rough handling shouldn't be an issue, but listen to your body for any signs of pain and stop immediately if it doesn't feel right.
The plugs can be little lint rollers for any string, hair, or other little fuzzy bits, so store in a clean, fur-free place.
Never, ever use silicone lube with silicone toys unless you want to have a toy that looks like it's gradually turning into a zombie. Use water-based lubes as your best bet, and you should be set to go!
All three plugs come in the same clear, plastic packaging with EdenFantasys' logo on the front. There is some helpful info on the package, but it is otherwise utterly unremarkable in every other way. I would recommend finding something else to store them in.