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Ok, I have to admit as a straight male I've shyed away from letting anything go "up there". I keep hearing way to much about the great experience of P-spot orgasm and am wondering where to begin toy wise. What do you like? why do
Ok, I have to admit as a straight male I've shyed away from letting anything go "up there". I keep hearing way to much about the great experience of P-spot orgasm and am wondering where to begin toy wise. What do you like? why do like it? For for you pro's think back to those earlier days. What would you have done different? Why? hygiene is a big concern so silicone really sticks out to me. glass seems so rigid but what do I know? The aneros seems an interesting choice. please let me know your thoughts.
Hell where to begin?
I guess the best part is being introduced to the anal/prostate play by your partner. But solo play is a start too. But let's go through your questions one by one.
* What do you like?
This is a wrong question. As you can see from many reviews here, the same product might have two completely opposite reviews. I guess it's time and patience which will help you to find out what exactly you like. I like to be a bit tipsy when I play with my ass. Feels more intense, goes easier.
* Why do like it?
Fun, screaming orgasms, better sex, healthier pelvic muscles, healthier prostate. As a consequence longer sexual vitality.
* What could be done different?
Well not much except that I fell for certain hyped toys. (see my reviews) I guess I should have started it much earlier.
* As for materials and hygiene. I personally believe if you properly care for your toys the material doesn't matter. Silicone is great for sure, but there is nothing better than UR3 or Cyberskin. Glass and metal are excellent at a bit more advanced stage. They are rigid and if your muscles are not used to this activity you might hurt yourself. An enema before the play is a must but that's my opinion.
* As for Aneros. Well it's certainly not a bad thing, but you have to have your sphincter under total control. Most people get frustrated too soon with it as this is a hands free toy.
I guess getting a small soft (don't take Jelly material) dildo is a very good start. 1" should be OK in diameter. Also a vibrating G-spot shaped dildo/vibrator with a soft tip (!) is a good thing to touch the prostate and a the same time relax the sphincter through vibrations. A butt plug is also a decent addition to the collection. Browse reviews to see what suits you best.
There is no how-to and there is no general guideline except the obvious, hygiene, patience and fun. You will figure out what you like more be it size, vibration, P-Spot massage or altogether...