What Do Anal Toys Feel Like For Women? Here's Why Some Like Butt Plugs
A Beginner's Guide to Butt Plugs and How to Use Them | Allure
Many people, when they first see an anal plug in a sex toys shop, start wondering what in the world can it be used for. After all, anus is not a champagne bottle that we should cork. In reality, those plugs are used for a variety of very practical purposes, such as preparing anus for sex, imitation of double penetration effect, prostate massage and, sometimes, even as a piece of jewelry. Depending on the purpose served, they will vary in shape, size and material; some plugs even offer a vibrating option. Physiologically, the sphincter muscles tend to contract whenever a foreign object is inserted, leading to pain and discomfort if a penile penetration is performed without any preparation.
Your Complete Guide To Butt Plugs — One Of The Best Sex Toys Ever Invented
The jury is definitely still out on on butt stuff for a lot of people. In fact, according to sex toy brand LELO, prostate orgasms are 33 percent bigger than penile orgasms. But for people with vaginas, the appeal of anal stimulation is less immediately obvious. Why do some women and other people without prostate glands like butt plugs?
This is one of the more common questions about anal that we hear, even from experienced sex toy users and anal sex enthusiasts! The most important feature of butt toys is a flared base, also known as a phalange. Unlike the vagina, which you can think of as a big U-turn thanks cervix! Toys can easily get sucked into and lost up your booty, leading to a painful and potentially serious trip to the ER.