Bought a plug & it does't fit :(

Bought a plug & it does't fit :(

Jizz Jizz
I stopped anal play for a while. But I missed it so much. It feels so good. I went to a Local Shop but to look for a Small Glass plug. I saw the Sasha Grey Medium Plug, and thought it didn't look that much bigger than what I was looking for. I really couldn't wait to order what I was really looking for. So I bought the Medium Glass Plug out of desperation. So now, I find out it doesn't want to go in.

I've had a Doc Johnson vibrating butt plug that was made of some kind of hard plastic and another vibrating butt plug that was made of Jelly. They were fun. The plastic one was between 1 inches to 1.5 inches in diameter. But it had a wierd odor and was hard to clean. The jelly one was 2 inches and really was a tight fit. Anyways, it was not a safe material and was hard to handle because it was too flexible. So I tossed those. Now I bought the sasha grey plug not realizing that the jelly was a lot more giving and flexible. Big mistake. I want it in my ass so bad.

So what can I do? I really don't want to buy another one right now.
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Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
Take is slow. Relax. Don't force it. Warm up with something else (fingers if that's all you have). I find it really satisfying when I have worked up to a large, rigid plug after it pops in and I can relax around the neck. Don't give up!
09/08/2011
Kindred Kindred
Quote:
Originally posted by Jizz
I stopped anal play for a while. But I missed it so much. It feels so good. I went to a Local Shop but to look for a Small Glass plug. I saw the Sasha Grey Medium Plug, and thought it didn't look that much bigger than what I was looking for. I ...
Although it's called a medium size, that plug has a 2" diameter which is pretty large even for experienced anal users. Combine that with glass and it will be a challenge for many. Getting a smaller plug to transition to this one may be your only solution.
09/08/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
I agree with Kindred, getting a slightly smaller plug to help train yourself is probably your best bet. Do NOT force the larger plug. Not good for you.

The Love Pacifier Advanced is a silicone plug that has a 1.5 inch diameter. It's inexpensive and may help you make the transition, with a good lube.

The Tulip Plug is 1 5/8th diameter. You could work up from there.

Icicles No 14 is a glass plug that is 1 5/8th diameter (because glass does feel a lot larger than silicone or plastic for most people) and the Moon Shine Plug from SSA glass is also 1 5/8th diameter. Either of these could be a bridge between the Sasha Grey plug and the new one you choose. 1 5/8th is a good transitional size.

What kind of lube are you using? Sometimes that makes a big difference.
09/08/2011
Naughty Student Naughty Student
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
I agree with Kindred, getting a slightly smaller plug to help train yourself is probably your best bet. Do NOT force the larger plug. Not good for you.

The Love Pacifier Advanced is a silicone plug that has a 1.5 inch diameter. It's ...
Yes, a transition plug is probably what you need! I had no idea the sasha grey medium was 2 inches, ouch! That is pretty big, it is a pretty advanced size!

I think P'Gell made some really good suggestions. I would probably go with the glass plugs she recommended, especially the Icicles no 14, it is very well shaped and looks like it would be a comfortable fit.
09/08/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
You need to find something to transition up to that size, even after all my experience using two inch toys I still can not just stick one in. I find that something in the 1 1/2"-1 3/4" range is needed first. Either that or a toy with a gradual increase to the 2" size.

Some other things that might help would be to try using a vibe first, this will help relax your anus some. A good warm bath helps me as well, the first time I got an 2" toy in was doing that. I jumped from using a 1 3/4" silicone toy to the 2" end of the Eleven, worked wonders. If you have not tried a silicone lube I would highly suggest trying some, work marvelous for glass.
09/08/2011
Jizz Jizz
Thanks for the replies.

@P'Gell The Moon Shine Plug was actually the one I was hoping to find.

I think it's the shape of the tip that makes it even harder. I'm using a water based lube. I've tried silicone once but it gave me a rash. My skins sensitive so I try to stay away from the more artificial stuff. The lube I got now is different from the H20 Jo that I've used before. It's much more watery and runny.

So I guess my best option is to get a transition Plug.
09/08/2011
emiliaa emiliaa
Lots of lube and fingering to train yourself back up to it
09/08/2011
Kake aka PoeticErotica Kake aka PoeticErotica
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
I agree with Kindred, getting a slightly smaller plug to help train yourself is probably your best bet. Do NOT force the larger plug. Not good for you.

The Love Pacifier Advanced is a silicone plug that has a 1.5 inch diameter. It's ...
I agree with P'gell - the type of lube is of the utmost importance. I don't know what's generally recommended or what is supposedly the best anal lube. Heck, I don't even own a specifically anal lube (I really don't think they're necessarily necesary, however, one that has the characteristics that make anal play easier for you is of utmost importance). For me, I've found that Pjur Original Bodyglide works best for me (except for with silicone toys, of course). It's, according to Pjur, "super-concentrated," it's pretty silky and while it feels slightly greasy during application it absorbs into the skin (like, on your hands - not where it counts) very quickly, without leaving a sticky or greasy residue, just a nice smooth feeling. It's thickish (for a silicone lube that's basically a liquid rather than a lot of water-based lubes that are gels), doesn't run much at all, feels fantastic, doesn't really need any reapplying or rarely does at worst. It has been my go-to lube for years and while in that timeframe I have tried many, many other lubes - both silicone & water-based, this one remains my fave. I used it to graduate from a 1inch or 1 1/4 inch (I can't remember off the top of my head) anal toy to a 1 3/4 anal toy. I, too, am looking to move up to 2 inches soon as well. I use it with my glass toys both vaginally and anally, I use it for anal sex, I use it with clit stimulators. Heck, I use it with pretty much any and every non-silicone toy I own. It IS a little pricey, but, trust me, worth every penny. It only takes a drop or two to really lube up most toys and even the one-ounce bottle should last you a good long time. Regardless, though, find a lube that works incredibly well for you anally, and use that with your anal toys. It should definitely make the job a lot easier. It certainly did for me.
09/08/2011
Kake aka PoeticErotica Kake aka PoeticErotica
Quote:
Originally posted by Naughty Student
Yes, a transition plug is probably what you need! I had no idea the sasha grey medium was 2 inches, ouch! That is pretty big, it is a pretty advanced size!

I think P'Gell made some really good suggestions. I would probably go with the ...
I agree re: going with a glass plug. I think that if you're used to more flexible toys and whatnot, a transitional glass plug would be best, in order to get you used to the firmness, lack of give, etc of the glass and the difference between it and the materials of the toys you had before. I mean, it seems kind of counter-intuitive to me to transition from smaller jelly-type toys to a quite large glass plug without having tried a smaller glass toy first. Trust me, it's an entirely different experience/sensation.
09/08/2011
Kake aka PoeticErotica Kake aka PoeticErotica
Quote:
Originally posted by Jizz
Thanks for the replies.

@P'Gell The Moon Shine Plug was actually the one I was hoping to find.

I think it's the shape of the tip that makes it even harder. I'm using a water based lube. I've tried silicone once but it ...
You might want to give silicone another try but this time, look specifically for a hypo-allergenic lube free of glycerin, l-arginine, phthalates, parabens, perfumes, flavoring, etc. All those nasty chemicals often cause some sort of issue for many women, so you're not alone in that area. However, if you're dead set against trying a purer silicone lube, then I'd go with one of the higher-rated, better reviewed anal-specific water-based lubes. Whatever you do, make sure that your lube isn't known to dry up quickly or need lots of reapplication. That just doesn't cut it for anal in my book. Heck, it just plain doesn't cut it at all for me. Still, I highly & strongly recommend you give silicone another try. The difference really is night and day for me.
09/08/2011
Jizz Jizz
how about the titanmen mastertool? it's cheap. is it easy to clean with just soap and water cuz I don't use condoms or enema? it's made of sil a gel antibacterial material.
09/09/2011
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