Anal Plug 101

July 23, 2019

Anal Plug 101

Anal Plug 101:

  • Beginners (and everyone, really) should make sure the base of their butt plugs is wide so that it does not end up fully inside your body.
  • Think about neck width, the more narrow the neck is relative to the base the more secure it will be in your sphincter. Those newer to plugs might want to stick to a narrow neck plug like the Booty Call Petite Probe 
  • Anal beads are a great way to try different widths and sensations, especially with a graduated version like this Be Me 3 
  • Make sure you use a good amount of lube when playing with anal toys and make sure the toys and lube are compatible (don’t to use silicone lube with a silicone toy). Sliquid Sassy is a great anal play lube because it is water based (hooray for toys) and formulated to mimic silicone lube (yay butts!). 
  • Are you trying out plugs to work up to something? You can stretch your limits and your butt, slowly and carefully, with Colt's classic Anal Trainer kit. 
  • If you feel like you are getting the hang of things, try leveling up with a vibrating plug like Vedo's Quaker or Tantus's Perfect Plug Plus.
  • The main thing to remember when venturing into butt stuff territory is to take it slow, check in regularly and don't skimp on the lube.

Go Forth and Plug Away

 






Also in Notes

Feelmore Opens Their Second Sex Shop in Berkeley
Feelmore Opens Their Second Sex Shop in Berkeley

January 11, 2020

View full article →

These sex-positive shops offer a refuge for marginalized people
These sex-positive shops offer a refuge for marginalized people

January 10, 2020

After initially selling sex toys out of their car, Joiner opened Feelmore in Oakland in 2011 to heal themselves and their Black community from trauma, especially around kink. “That’s so connected to slaves, corporal punishment, and the military,” they tell me.

View full article →

T-Pain School of Business Sex Shop Oakland Feelmore
Feelmore on T-Pain's School of Business

August 29, 2019

Feelmore used as a location on FuseTV's T-Pain School of Business.  Available online and on FuseTV. 

View full article →