Looking to get into anal

Looking to get into anal

Sexy Alex Sexy Alex
I'm looking to try anal and I'v herd of some bad things that happen to people that try to advance to quickly in it and hurt them selves and can never or have to be very very careful in what they do analy. Not to sound strange but I was watching a video from my girl's collection and she loves anal movies and anal on herself so I thought I would try it and she helped me out some by just a finger but we don't live togather yet and I need something to use other than waiting on her finger all the time. But I have rubber allergys so any help or links or suggestions would be totally awesome.

Thank you in advance
09/30/2011
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Originally posted by Sexy Alex
I'm looking to try anal and I'v herd of some bad things that happen to people that try to advance to quickly in it and hurt them selves and can never or have to be very very careful in what they do analy. Not to sound strange but I was ...
You don't sound strange in the least! I did a search on eden in their anal toy section, refining the search to non rubber materials, and this looks like the most likely candidate, it's more slender than any of the other plastic anal toys/prostate massagers i saw, which would make the experience easier on you as a person new to anal play.

link

If you look in this forum section, I started a discussion about making anal play more pleasurable, several people posted excellent suggestions.

I also looked through the anal bead section, but most are rubber or silicone base, and not sure if your allergy extends to silicone as well? If silicone is ok, there is the Silicone X-10 beads that were suggested to me as a good beginner toy.

Do you have any allergies to lubrications? Most water-based lubes can work with toys, silicone lubes are generally thought to last longer, but if you're allergic than that's not helpful. And a good water-based lube can be just as good as a silicone one.
10/01/2011
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