Beginning to use anal toys with a partner

Beginning to use anal toys with a partner

NarcissisticLust NarcissisticLust
I'm very new to anal play but would like to use a beginner toy with my partner for dp. I own the Vixen Buddy but it falls out and is generally more annoying than pleasurable.

Does anyone have suggestions for a good beginner toy to use with a partner during intercourse that won't fall out? Should I choose something textured, smooth, rippled?
10/02/2011
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
What you want is something shaped like this



The neck needs to be small enough to be comfy for long term wear and the taper to the bulge needs to be abrupt. This will keep it in better. Also look for something that has a small enough base to not get in the way while still being safe.
10/02/2011
Kayla Kayla
Off the top of my head, I think the NJoy plugs would work well. The small/medium sizes are very beginner-friendly, and they stay in really well.
10/02/2011
NarcissisticLust NarcissisticLust
Thanks! I was a bit intimidated by the Joe Rock shape but it seems do able. The Njoy plugs look amazing but I'm not sure I'm ready to both invest the money and explore such hard materials yet.
10/02/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by NarcissisticLust
Thanks! I was a bit intimidated by the Joe Rock shape but it seems do able. The Njoy plugs look amazing but I'm not sure I'm ready to both invest the money and explore such hard materials yet.
I only gave that as an example, there are other plugs that will work just as good. The Love Pacifier Beginner could be a good choice along with the Infinity Plug
10/02/2011
ScottA ScottA
See how the Buddy has a wide, bumpy neck that isn't very much smaller than the body? That's a recipe for a plug that pops out.

Long necks and a noticeable step between the body and the neck (you don't want it sharp or a right angle, but you don't want something very gradual) are what help a plug stay in.

Other than the above, Tantus' Ryder and Severin also offer good "staying power". You might also want to look at one of the stiff plugs, such as the aforementioned nJoys or one of the similarly shaped glass plugs.
10/02/2011
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