Once upon a time, I had no idea what butt play was all about. As a rather naïve human being with a relatively limited level of sexual experience, I thought I had felt just about everything that my body could feel. The idea of shoving something up my ass made me quiver (and not in a good way). It wasn’t until I was much older that I realized how much I had been missing out on. Little did I know at the time but anal stimulation can create sensations that simple penile pleasure never could. As it turns out, our brown eyes are more sensitive than any of us think. And despite what my friends were trying to say about prostate massaging making me a homo, I found out that’s misinformation as well. Truth be told, a man’s body reacts the same to internal stimulation no matter what his sexual orientation happens to be. Myth: Busted – just like my nut.
What Is a Prostate Massager?
The concept of a prostate massage isn’t as difficult as some people make it. We can’t help it that our collective innovations finally caught up with our perversions. So while these toys are not the same as, say, butt plugs and anal beads, they’re still used by all kinds of people for customizable backdoor stimulation. Prostate massaging devices, in particular, are built to pinpoint the p-spot that’s hidden deep within the user’s anal canal. They’re generally equipped to perform numerous pleasure functions including rumbling vibrations, twisty gyrations and/or hefty thrusting, plus they can be inserted in several different ways (sometimes even vaginally) and used in varying positions as well. P-spot massagers are therefore a favored option for men and women, especially those who enjoy intensified orgasms and kinkier styles of sex.
Who Uses Them and Why?
As mentioned, p-spot sex toys can be used by a wide variety of people and for several different purposes. Because they’re so versatile, in fact, they come in all shapes and sizes with a long list of possible features included. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to understand how one of these things is used if you don’t first grasp the idea that they can be used by people from all walks of life. This realization will help you determine what kind of device to buy and why. So, let’s begin the journey by exploring the 5 main groups of people who reach for prostate massagers the most (and find out why these particular toys make them tick):
- Straight Men
Believe it or not, more heterosexual men use prostate massagers than homosexual men do and that’s a fact, Jack, whether you’d like to admit it or not. Gone are the days where anal play carried a taboo along with it. Sexuality experts have said multiple times that all men who engage in anal stimulation can enjoy a natural boost to their virility, not to mention a swift improvement to the quality of their orgasms and the level of intimacy in their current relationships. Overall, the inclusion of p-spot stimulation (by whatever means) enhances a man’s love life ten-fold.
- Gay Men
Everybody knows that homosexual men love putting things up their ass, which is why a lot of these devices are designed for gay sex exclusively. It may be difficult to determine which ones are for homoerotic butt lovin’ and which ones aren’t but the point is that they’re available and they’re eerily similar to the hetero-normative options. In fact, because science has discovered the fact that sexual preference doesn’t change a person’s anatomy (gasp), the same basic pleasure components are often present on both gay and straight prostate massaging sex toys.
Contrary to popular belief, ladies love the ass play just as much as the gentlemen do and a good prostate massager can suffice where a lacking lover and/or inexperience fail. Did you know that a woman has a prostate gland too? She also has a g-spot, which is located deep inside her vagina. Both spots can be accurately stimulated with the right device, so don’t get too cozy with all those dildos and vibrators just yet. It could be that your lady friend is looking for something a little more intense. After all, a woman’s orgasm is significantly improved when you incorporate anal penetration into the mix.
Because prostate massagers can (and should) be enjoyed by both men and women regardless of their sexual orientation, it’s safe to say that they’re one of the best kinds of sex toys for couple’s play and experimentation. Made to provide a safer, more substantial, and fully customizable sensations to the user’s anal cavity (or vaginal canal), p-spot sex devices promote intimacy, stimulate creativity, and pinpoint hard to reach places in the body that the average partner is incapable of reaching. Especially when they’re used in tandem with other toys, these bad boys can immediately change the game (even if you’re into BDSM and roleplaying activities).
Prostate surgery is needed more than you think and it happens when the prostate gland malfunctions and causes pain and/or problems with ejaculation and/or urination. After the operation, the patient is usually down for the count in terms of having healthy, regular sexual activity. Many times, a physical therapist will recommend practice sessions with a high-end, medically safe prostate massaging unit. This is viewed as one of the safest and most effective ways for a man to regain his ability to enjoy the post-op pleasures of sex.
Put simply, prostate play provides more than initially meets the eye and it most certainly doesn’t deserve the stigma it currently has. Instead of believing the hype that anal penetration is full of pricks and unpleasant surprises, change the world by embracing the reality: Prostate play can be amazing because it’s safe, it’s fun, it’s becoming more socially acceptable and it’s pretty good for your health too (not to mention your relationship).
The Most Common Features of Prostate Massagers
A big part of getting the most bang for your buck when using a prostate massager is becoming familiar with the most common features that manufacturers are offering today. Things have changed drastically since the dawn of the modern-day sex toy, meaning what was utilized and considered amazing yesterday might be considered old news by now. Don’t be a has-been and go around thinking you can give orders, pick out a product or wield it with any excellence. Learn about these eight things first:
- Sensational Materials and Textures
You’ll find a wide variety of high-grade materials out there but choosing the right one will make all the difference. Pick between soft, fleshy stuff like platinum-cured or medical-grade silicone, thermoplastic elastomer (TPE), polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or a patented polycarbonate blend. Some of those materials can be fashioned to feel less life-like but, for things like temperature responsiveness, your best bet is to use a prostate massaging device that’s made out of something more like stainless-steel, a precious metal, or a hypoallergenic plastic. Choose wisely and remember, you can always put a condom on it if all else fails.
- Tapered/Rounded Ends
Fortunately, the designers of today’s best prostate massagers know the importance of insertion safety and comfort. Because of that, legit p-spot toys almost always have smooth, rounded tips or a slight taper to make insertion a little bit easier (especially for a newbie). So while you’re busy drilling for gold in your partner’s asshole, you don’t have to be an asshole by making it feel like you’re actually back there with a power tool. Nobody wants to feel violated or experience pain unless they ask for it, so your average prostate device will help keep you in the good graces of your lover (and/or your own body) despite your experience level (or lack thereof).
- Bulbous/Curved Shafts
Once we realized the opportunities hidden inside our butts, we started developing specialized devices that were anatomically and ergonomically perfected – aiming for the most accurate massage of our prostate glands, g-spots and other erogenous zones. Meanwhile, p-spot devices started coming out with curiously curved and beautifully bulbous shafts, giving men and women and more stimulating experience with every single thrust. Good toys from this category seldom have straight insertable parts or a general lack of shape, weight and dimension. This common little feature is one of the components that lends itself to the overall functionality and user-friendliness of a prostate massager, by the way.
- Texturized Surfaces
What’s better than having a perfectly shaped sex toy gently inserted into one of your most delicate body parts? Having it happen with a device covered in a pleasurable material or texture, that’s what. The average person reports getting a lot more of sensational kick from their pleasure products when they’re equipped with specialized beading, wrinkling, nodules and nodes on the surface. Luckily for us, most of the top manufacturers already know that, so they’re constantly incorporating those kinds of features into their best products by default. Granted, you can still get a super smooth prostate massager and have a pretty good time with it, but few things compare to an anal experience that involves dual massages up the ass and you can take that to the bank.
- Perineum Stimulators
One thing that definitely sets prostate massagers apart from the competition is their general inclusion of external stimulation components – usually without sacrificing anything internally. The most common version of this is called a perineum stimulation pad and it’s typically located somewhere near the base of the device. It’s put there to provide extra pleasure during wear, plus it’s almost always made to deliver the same great stimulation that’s pulsating through the shaft. Many times, users can enjoy both experiences together and/or run the functions independently for a more customizable session during couple’s play or solo masturbation.
- Extended Bases
Speaking of things at the base of the device and all the things you can do with it, most models feature extended bottoms to prevent accidental slippage into the anal canal. And while it may not seem like a big deal right now, it will become a major issue in the heat of moment (especially if you use lots of lube). Extensions on the base of a prostate massager are therefore mandatory for most people, including those who consider themselves pros. Whether used for increase safety or better control, flared base devices are more or less the norm at this point, thank God.
- Integrated Performance Modes
Remember back in the day when you begged your mom and dad for the Transformers action figure with the Kung-Fu grip and the working laser gun? Yeah, some things never change and, while you sit there in denial, the rest of us understand that adult toys need to have lots of bells and whistles too. Fortunately, most of them do these days, including things like integrated pleasure functions and performance modes that can be controlled with the touch of a button. A few of the higher-end models can even sync with other devices for a real-time simultaneous sessions and many have amalgamated vibrations, sonic waves and twirling arms for both partners to explore at their leisure.
- Built-In Control Interfaces/Remotes
Having something shoved deep inside your asshole only does you good when you and/or your partner can control the various “integrated performance modes” that the device likely has. Usually, higher-end options come with pleasure settings that can be controlled via set of built-in buttons and/or through a wired or wireless remote. This feature, fortunately, doesn’t affect the overall functionality or intensity of the device’s settings. It only affects the user’s ability to enjoy their prostate massagers in various positions, with a partner, or during long-distance lovemaking sessions. Yes, that’s a thing with p-spot toys now too. Ain’t it a great time to be alive?
Here’s something you probably won’t hear anywhere else: It doesn’t matter how fancy or feature-dense the device is if you don’t know how to use it. Furthermore, you won’t be able to use it correctly if it’s a complete piece of shit, even if it has every bell and whistle under the sun. So, while you’re out there getting starstruck over the awesome components that are available on today’s sex toy market, don’t forget to avoid the hype so you can have the best experience possible. Believe it or not, advertisers are a lot cleverer than you give them credit for and they plan to use that knowledge to get as much of your hard-earned money as they possibly can. I’d hate for you to get a bad taste in your mouth before even getting started. Don’t be an ass play ape; stay classy, motherfuckers.
Things to Avoid
For best results with whatever p-spot fuckstick you end up buying, be sure to stay away from the following three things:
- Cheap Materials
Whatever you do, stay away from anything that’s made out of a porous material or something that contains parabens, phthalates or latex. All of those material components can cause instant skin irritations and allergic reactions, plus poorly crafted materials can promote bacteria growth and device integrity depletion over time (especially if you use the wrong lube or sex toy cleaning solution).
- Incorrect Ergonomics
Ergonomics is the science of how man-made objects interact with the human body. A good sex toy will therefore possess ideal dimensions for the average user’s anatomy, with specialized ergonomics mentioned as the main selling point so as to differentiate the larger or smaller devices from the pack. If a toy is marketed as “for beginners” but has the ergonomics of a pro plaything, move along to a manufacturer that’s more intuitive about their target demographic.
- Weak Motors
You don’t have to buy or use a prostate massager for its integrated vibration functions but it would be cooler if you did. In the meantime, it would be so super stellar if those functions were controlled by a robust motor, not necessarily a set of removable bullets. You can get some pretty intense jingles with the right bullet configuration but the best sensations are almost always delivered through strong, built-in engines - like high-tech torpedoes for your tush.
A wise man named Chris Farley once said, “You can get a good look at a T-bone steak by sticking your head up a bull’s ass, but I’d rather take the butcher’s word for it.” I think we can all agree that those words were just a scholarly way of saying that communication is key and every butthole is different. Being familiar with what’s on the market helps you recognize bullshit when you step in it. So before you get carried away on learning how to use one, be sure you’ve got the right p-spot device first. “Steer your steer” in the right direction by knowing more than the average cow, so to speak. You can thank me later.
The 6 Most Important Things to Know
Using a fancy new p-spot pleasure product is a right and a responsibility, I hope you understand that as well. I’d venture to say it’s a privilege too, but that all depends on how you use it. However, learning how to properly execute the powers of a prostate massager means respecting and appreciating the various barriers and boundaries that might affect your individual case. Yes, your mother was right; you are a special snowflake. That doesn’t mean you can’t play with the other kids it just means you need to know these six important things before proceeding to the next round:
- Insertion Tolerance
Keep in mind that these things come in all shapes and sizes, with varying weights, dimensions, ergonomics and anatomical features such as curves, bulbous shafts, tapered ends and material texturization. All of those components will affect how deep the device needs to be inserted to produce a pleasurable sensation for either partner. Think about what you’re used to and consider how far you’re willing to go for optimal orgasms.
JUST THE TIP: Figure out your insertion tolerance by administering a quick finger test or by inserting a series of various sized dildos into your anus until the most favorable fit is found.
- Skin Types
Remember that there are five known skin types in the world, meaning you and your partner could have two completely different complexions and not even know about it until it’s much too late to stop the impending snowball effect. Your skin types determine how the body reacts to insertion, friction and materials, so know this shit like the back of your hand or suffer the rashy, itchy, embarrassing consequences of the less scholarly life.
JUST THE TIP: If you use a condom to prevent an allergic reaction or try out a new lubrication for the first time, make sure that the condom’s materials are compatible with the device’s covering to prevent damages to your skin or to the device.
- Experience Levels
Not everyone is a seasoned professional at prostate play, so be patient because the only asshole in the room should be the one taking a super awesome massager to the dome. Experience levels will dictate who goes where, when they get there and how it’s done. Never rush yourself or your partner to do something that’s painful or uncomfortable. On the other hand, don’t be afraid to explore your body thoroughly and try a few new things along the way, you fucking coward.
JUST THE TIP: Talk to your partner or take an objective personal assessment to determine the most pleasurable scenario with anal penetration involved then choose/use a toy that supports your personal boundaries while offering plenty of room to grow.
- Intimate Intentions
They say you can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you can get what you need. I say fuck all that noise. These days, you can have your cake and eat it too when you plan accordingly with realistic intentions then bring those intentions with you to the market. Because the average consumer now has so many choices at their disposal, it’s almost irresponsible for a buyer not to consider their intent and then hunt down a device that allows it.
JUST THE TIP: Be sure to consider things like mobility limitations, emotional boundaries, injuries and trauma when formulating a plan of intent. Also, don’t just think about yourself because that’s an incredibly shitty thing to do on something like this.
Did you know that properly using a prostate massager sometimes requires special equipment? What kind, you ask? Things like pieces of positioning furniture, antibacterial sex toy cleaning solutions, compatible anal lubes, pegging mounts, and strap-on harnesses are most common in the butt play community. When it comes to your neck of the woods, make sure you’ve got everything needed on deck before you begin. You’d be surprised by how much an ill-prepared lover can ruin a perfectly good time.
JUST THE TIP: The price tag attached to your favorite massager probably won’t reflect any accessories, equipment or supplies. Most of the time, you’ll have to buy those things separately but a majority of manufacturers off them as an add-on purchase.
- Lube Preference
Lube matters more than you think it does, especially when it comes to playing in the backyard with your friends. The anus does not, I repeat, does not make its own lubrication, which means you’ll have to substitute for it with a high-end emollient (preferably one that’s skin-safe and super slick). Your best bet is to stick with the lubes marketed strictly for anal play because those varieties tend to offer the most luxurious and longest-lasting coverage while sometimes also moisturizing the skin around your tired butthole. Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is.
JUST THE TIP: Look for anal lubricants that are water-based or fortified with numbing agents and/or pain-relieving elements like lidocaine, benzocaine or CBD. Those types tend to work best with all sex toy materials and skin types without requiring too many mid-stroke reapplications because of dryness and/or tackiness.
The wild and wonderful world of wicked butt sex has finally reached a point in its maturity to give us all a little something we like. Because of that, it’s almost impossible to go an entire lifetime without experiencing an amazing orgasm at some point. Unless you’ve decided to remain willfully ignorant/or and uninterested in potentially having the best sex of your life, anal stimulation should be seriously considered. This is especially true when you know yourself and the market enough to pick out the right product and use it like a pro. Almost there.
The Dire Dos and Don’ts of Prostate Play
Most people don’t find out about the finer points of prostate play until they’re balls deep into someone’s asshole. That’s the worst possible time to start realizing new things about yourself and/or the device you’re using. And since there are no known classes in high school or college that teach the nuances of naughtiness, I suppose I’ll do the honors by revealing the most important dos and don’ts of using a legit p-spot massager. It’s the least I can do, especially considering how lost I once was and how great my sex life has become since I opened up my mind to bigger and better things. Here’s what I learned along the way:
These are the things you better remember to do in the heat of the moment, or else:
- Use Too Much Lube
Get super soaks, I’m not even kidding. It’s better to have too much lube than not enough, and with anal sex, you’re bound to have not enough at some point. I’m talking about lubrication, and it’s going to run out eventually when you’re playing the backdoor dash. Remember to check the ingredients of the lubricants you’re using to be sure they’re compatible with everyone’s skin type and with the materials of your new prostate massager because things can get ugly in a hurry if they’re not. Either way, slather it on because it’s about to hot and sticky up in this bitch.
- Play Before You Lay
Will you do me a favor? I want you to experiment with the various pleasure settings and performance modes on your device before inserting it into anyone’s anus. Try to get used to the way the buttons operate, how the toy rests in your hand, and which one of its features is most likely your favorite. Then, test the settings on an external part of your body ahead of time because once it’s in your anus it might be too late.
- Stroke It, Don’t Poke It
Shoot your shot like you’ve got some sense. Few people want to have their assholes assaulted just to get an orgasm, and the ones who do usually skip over this tip anyway. Please play responsibly, my friends. Use the various pleasure and safety features of your new device to insert the tip of the shaft slowly into the receiver’s body. Let it rest there for a few minutes and then slowly take it out by the extended base or handle. If you’re feeling especially frisky, don’t take it out all the way and begin thrusting as long as everyone’s comfortable with it.
- Ask for Directions
No matter what toxic masculinity tells you, it’s perfectly fine to ask for directions when you don’t have all the answers. In fact, I highly suggest it when using a p-spot plaything because they’re all different and some many have special hidden features and consumer incentives that can only be discovered when you read the owner’s manual. Plus, all the information contained within that manual is put there to help you get the most out of your purchase. Use your resources, guys. Nobody is going to judge for you showing up prepared, but we might make fun of you for pretending to know it all without even skimming the instructions.
- Register the Warranty (If Applicable)
A lot of today’s best prostate massagers come with at least a limited warranty from the manufacturer which covers any damages in shipping and/or malfunctioning devices. A few even dole out some extra peace of mind by offering extended warranties on their top products. See what comes with your new toy and, if it includes a protection policy, be sure to register it within 30 days of the purchase date to ensure its validity.
These are the things you better NOT do no matter what, or else:
- Blow Things Out of Proportion
Honestly, you’re really not impressing anybody by your ability to take large objects up the keister, especially if you’re truly not enjoying it. That’s some straight-up sadist shit and a topic for another day. Most of the time, it’s best to start with something small and then work your way up to bigger devices from there. The average person can withstand about 1 inch in diameter and about 3 to 4 inches in insertable length before they become uncomfortable (or think they do). Take it easy and respect people’s boundaries in terms of how much they’re willing to take for this kinky new endeavor.
- Force It When It Won’t Fit
Speaking of which, it’s probably not a good idea to cram a large device into an asshole that’s tighter than a New York City subway. Try slapping on a little more lube if you’re determined to get the good stretch but be careful about going too far or inserting the toy too deeply into the anus too quickly. Remember, it’s all about the stoke, not the poke. If you get that part right and properly relax your muscles before insertion, you can usually stand a more girthy p-spot massage and more substantial thrusts into the prostate gland. No injuries - just keep that goal in mind.
- Skimp on the Lube
Did you know that you and/or your partner can sustain dangerous anal fissures when you engage in anal penetration if you’re not skilled and careful? Anal fissures hurt like a son of a bitch too, so please don’t skimp on the lubrication and, for fuck’s sake, don’t forget to use something that’s good for your skin. This is why it’s so important to have everything ready when playing games that involve body parts without their own lubricating glands. Skipping the lube or being stingy to save money is a terrible idea. After all, how much is an ER visit compared to a bottle of lube? C’mon.
- Cross-Contaminate Crotches
When they say “Never go ass to mouth” they’re talking to you and they’re referring to more than just touching an asshole before kissing. The point is that the anus is teaming with potentially harmful forms of bacteria that can, if you’re not careful, travel to other orifices on the body. So to prevent that, always be sure to use your devices on one partner at a time. No sharing unless there’s a lengthy cleaning session in between experiences and no swapping from anus to vagina unless you want to be sick or single for the rest of your life. You have been warned.
- Ignore the Warning Signs of Trouble
If, at any point, you start noticing any major red flags in terms of your health or comfort, don’t keep going to just to make your partner happy or finish a climax. That’s some stupid shit right there because something serious could be happening to your body. Things like rectal bleeding, swelling and pain should be cause for alarm. By the way, the feeling of having to take a huge dump is pretty normal at first, as is having trouble going to the bathroom for a couple days afterwards. Don’t get freaked out.
FYI: I’m not trying to rain on your parade here. The dos and don’ts of anal penetration are pretty standard across the board, even if you’re playing with something other than a prostate massager. However, if you save these simple behavior basics to your memory bank then you should be able to enjoy amazing experiences each and every time without someone getting their feelings or their assholes hurt.
Pros and Cons of Butt Play with Sex Toys
Now we need to talk about what to expect when you’re using a p-spot massaging device in particular. To get the most out of any anally pleasurable activity, however, it’s crucial that you know what you’re getting yourself into (or what’s getting into you, rather). Understand the innate limitations and specialties of a good prostate device and you’re one step closer to enjoying more mind-blowing orgasms with yourself and partners. Here’s what you need to consider:
- Sensations are usually fully customizable
- Orgasms are naturally intensified without the need for performance enhancers
- Couples can safely explore various aspects of their roles and sexuality
- Post-op prostate patients can experience quicker recovery times
- Extra sex toys can be used alongside most models
- Minimal skills and equipment are required
- Various positions can be enjoyed without device slippage
- Sensations are not always appropriate for anal play newbies
- Takes some getting used to, even for the pros
- Devices can cause injury to the anus if not used properly
- Penetrative play involves exposure to fecal bacteria
The good news is that it looks like there are more pros than cons, so at least there’s that. What I’m saying is that you don’t have to love this kind of play or be an expert to get started on the right foot and enjoy the experience for all its worth. I simply mean that you need to carefully consider the ups and downs of prostate massager ownership before thinking you can handle what’s about to happen in your bedroom. It just so happens that you have more in your favor at this point because modern-day sex toy manufacturers got a nice little head start.
Using a Prostate Massager: Your Step-By-Step Guide
Now that you’re well-versed in all the fundamentals, it’s time to get down to business. Knowing all the ins and outs of a prostate massager and familiarizing yourself with the options available on the market is only half the battle, though. This is when you have to learn the 7 steps involved in using a good p-spot sex toy in the most effective way. Here’s how you get ‘er done:
STEP ONE: Clean Yourself
Start by using the bathroom (number two, of course) and subjecting your asshole to a good, old-fashioned anal douching. Finish by taking a long shower, using the toilet bidet or giving yourself a through sponge bath right before touching any sex toys to your bare skin.
STEP TWO: Wash the Toy
Next, wipe down the toy you intend to play with because, although it may not have been used before or turned on in a long time, it can still have potentially harmful substances on the surface. For best results, apply a high-grade device cleaner that dries as quickly as possible.
STEP THREE: Get in Position
Put your body and/or your partner’s body into a safe and comfortable position before inserting the device or applying any lubricant. This will help prevent any messes or slipping, plus it will make relaxing your sphincter muscles a lot easier which, in turn, can enhance both partners’ experiences tremendously.
STEP FOUR: Apply Lubricant
Now it’s safe for you and/or your partner to begin slapping on the massive amount of lube this exercise is going to take. Be sure to use plenty, applying it generously to both the device and to the receiver’s anal opening. If you’re using any numbing and pain-relieving agents, wait for about 5 to 10 minutes so that the ingredients have enough time to start working.
STEP FIVE: Insert Slowly
Understand that even if you’re an old pro, inserting a prostate massager into the anus too quickly can be dangerous. Plus, it reduces the amount of pleasure the users get from smooth, slow penetration. This is especially important on device that feature texturized surfaces, specialized curves, bulbous shafts or vibrating perineum stimulation pads.
STEP SIX: Explore the Pleasure Settings
Once the device it inserted safely inside the body, switch on the power functions starting with the least intense setting. Allow the motor to warm up while gradually moving the shaft around inside your anus until you find the most comfortable/pleasurable alignment. Then, start experimenting with different sensations using the control interface provided.
STEP SEVEN: Give It a Pre-Storage Bath
When you’re done, it’s important to either lay your device somewhere that it won’t come in contact with other insertable sex toys or get up and clean it off right away. As mentioned, anal play involved exposure to fecal bacteria which can contaminate the scene and make things messier than they have to be.
BONUS STEP: Make the Most of Your Time
Many of these things come with rechargeable USB motors or use commercial batteries for power. Therefore, it’s important to keep your devices revved and ready by charging them up beforehand, lest your sex toys become limper than you are. The process can take anywhere from 60 minutes to several hours, by the way, so read the owner’s manual for more information prior to inviting your partner over for a romp in the sack. You have been warned.
Vital Cleaning and Storage Tips for Anal Sex Toys
You can learn how to use every prostate massager on the planet still only get one or two uses out of it because you’re clueless about how to properly care for a spent device. You do plan to fuck the dog shit out of this new toy of yours, right? Ok, then you’re going to need to know how to clean, maintain and store it or else this is going to end badly for everyone. Here are a few key points to help get you started:
- Use Non-Abrasive Cleaning Products
Abrasive cleaning solutions can cause microdamage to the surface of your sex toys, which may lead to an infestation of bacteria, environmental debris and other harmful substances. Use non-abrasive, hypoallergenic products only, unless otherwise directed by the manufacturer.
- Let It Dry Fully
Wet p-spot devices are especially dangerous to put away wet because of their exposure to delicate skin tissues and fine-tune construction that usually involves luxurious materials. Let your devices dry all the way before putting them back into storage.
- Use a Special Container for Storage
Even if you thoroughly clean your anal pleasure products with top of the line soaps there can still be latent bacteria on its surface (hence the pre-sex cleaning). Keep your butt busters in a separate container that doesn’t come in contact with vaginal playthings.
- No Direct Sunlight
Because prostate massagers are either made with flesh-like or temperature sensitive materials, it’s vital that they don’t come in too much contact with direct UV sunlight. Allowing such atrocities can change the textures and/or compromise internal components.
- Avoid Extreme Temperatures
Keep your beloved p-spot devices out of extreme hot and/or cold temperatures, even if there’s no internal mechanisms or specialized textures to protect. In fact, this is usually one of the main things mentioned on a manufacturer’s warranty, so be sure of it.
- Prevent Exposure to Water
Unless your device comes with instructions that clearly state the components are fully submersible in water, do not let your toy go anywhere near moisture lest it stop working mid-session. I’ve seen it happen a thousand times. It never gets any easier.
If cleanliness is next to godliness, then you, my friend, are yet another step closer to becoming an anal sex legend. Complete your masterpiece by learning about the most common ways people like to enhance their experience even more.
Hacks to Make It Feel Better
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One last thing before I go: There are a handful of techniques that can take your anal orgasms from 0 to 100 in about 3 seconds flat. It’s all about creativity and execution, I promise. Okay, so there are a few things you might have to buy, but still. Do you want this crazy climax or not? If so, here’s what the prostate pros are up to these days:
- Combining P-Spot Penetration with Penile/Clitoral Stimulation
Wear a cock ring while having intercourse or use an automatic male stroker to stimulate the nerve endings on your dick while a partner watches or joins in.
- Trying a Feature-Dense Lubricant
Wipe down your crotches and cookie jars with a desensitizing lubricant or a specialized formulation that contains all-natural aphrodisiacs.
- Using Natural Performance Enhancers
Take the recommended dose of organic, herbal compounds to increase your stamina, boost the intensity of your orgasms and reduce performance anxiety.
- Changing the Landing Coordinates
Switch up your positions to experience a whole new sensation involving undiscovered parts of your internal anatomy.
If these tips and tricks don’t make anal sex with a prostate massager feel a whole lot better then you’re most likely doing something else wrong. Consult the owner’s manual for more detailed information regarding usage and maintenance requirements. Talk to your doctor if you still have trouble getting off despite your best efforts, as it may be a sign of something more serious going on.