Butt Plugs

Let's get straight to the point here...you are a kinky person; otherwise, you wouldn't even be here. Now that's nothing to feel guilty about since the world of playful and adventurous sex is getting broader and more inclusive by the day. We all agree that as long as there's consent between both people or more then there's nothing to be ashamed about. If you're secretly hiding that inner masochist within you, we want you to know that you are not alone. In fact, some acts of kinky foreplay and sexual deeds can be achieved without a partner. That's what sex toys are for, and that's also what our plugs are for.

Where do we even begin to tell you why plugs are so incredible? First of all, it's versatile. We say that because everyone's got a butthole so anyone of any gender can use plugs to satisfy their sexual desires. Second, it's a good substitute if it's only you who's into anal gratification. Anal sex is a hit-or-miss thing. Some people hate it, some people love it, but you glorify it. With the help of a plug, pleasing yourself will literally only be a plug away. What are your options, then?

In this collection, you'll find a multitude of plugs to suit your every need. We make sure that our plugs are made from only the safest quality of stainless steel, medical grade silicone, and glass to ensure your health and safety when you use them. Each one comes in its own shape, size, and color so you can pick one that suits your preference and level of kinkiness. If you don't know, the shape matters. Choose from teardrop, tapered or ribbed and fulfill your own fantasies. Pick a single favorite that you'll constantly use or purchase the provided sets which include two or more plugs to swap as you increase your size of choice.

We care about aesthetics in here, too. If choosing your favorite color still doesn't make you happy, then perhaps you can take it up a notch by grabbing one of our jeweled plugs for a discreet experience. Going wild in the bedroom? Channel your inner spirit animal and literally look like one by getting a plug with an animal's tail. Be humiliated, dominated, and treated like a literal animal with these tails.

You think plugs are the only ones we have in this collection? Well, we have a few surprises up our sleeves. Experiment your wild and kinky side by trying out some of our anal hooks--yes, we said anal hooks. Perfect for our BDSM people out there! Not into hooks yet? Try anal beads! Insert them one by one and feel the beads wiggle and clink inside you. Easily pull them out when you're done with an included stringed ring. Want some extra fun for your man? Let him have the time of his life with a prostate massager. The possibilities are endless! The only hard time we'll be giving you is by choosing what to get. Here's a better idea for you: why don't you collect them all?

Whether you’re an experienced kinkster, or a complete anal amatuer, you’re sure to find the perfect plug in our massive collection. And don’t worry! It’s not going to hurt and certainly isn’t going to put you off sex. Just put it in slowly and carefully and you’ll have nothing to worry about.

We even have a huge selection of sizes and materials so you can find something that’s the perfect size for your body. Silicone, metal, rubber, even glass! We’ve got it all! For those of you who want to spice things up even further you might like to try anal beads, or maybe even an anal hook!

Plugs simply bring you even more pleasure than you could imagine, and that’s what we all want!

What is a butt plug?

They are sex toys used for stimulation of the rectum. In essence, they are used as a beginner sex toy to help users ease their way into anal sex.

In most cases, people use them to stretch and their sphincter muscles. They can also be worn both during sex and masturbation to increase sexual stimulation.

The difference between a butt plug and a dildo is that a plug is usually shorter, and ends with a wide base or stem to stop it from inadvertently going all the way up the rectum.

They are designed to be left in place for prolonged periods of time, likely in order to stretch out the anus in preparation for anal intercourse, though there are other uses for them as well, as they come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors, materials, and designs.

Classic models are cone-shaped, but anatomically-correct- shaped are also popular today. Every plug has a flanged base that prevents it from slipping further into the anus. The base will ensure that the butt stays in place when you used, thus, saving you from a trip into the emergency room.

You can also use a special foxtail plug (for example) for pet fantasy play. Such plugs are not used to stretch out the anus, but rather as a mechanism to attach the tail to the role-playing person.

If you’re looking to try anal for the first time and you’re not sure how to start, they can give you a great starting option. They will allow you to start everything slowly at smaller sizes and progressively get into bigger, more adventurous sizes later.

If you’re still a little bit “tight” down there, you’ll definitely need some practice and stretching out. Basically, with a plug you can safely try anal, at a comfortable pace. However, you still have to know how to use a plug. So in order to help you try your first plug, we’ve prepared a short guide…

A brief history of plugs

Even though you’re not aware of it, anal plugs have been around for centuries – even millennia – at this point. For instance, archeologists have discovered butt plugs that date back to 206 BCE.

The first modern butt plug, however, were sold as medical devices by charlatans in the United States, marketed as Dr. Young's Ideal Rectal Dilators.

They were said to cure all sorts of ailments, including insanity, constipation, acne, insomnia, anemia, nervousness, and many others.

Soon enough these claims were exposed as false by the authorities, who banned their sale as medical devices.

With the opening of the first dedicated sex shop in Germany in 1962, they gained its current use as a recreational sex toy, though it was as late as the 1990s that modern butt plugs came into being, with the advent of soft silicone materials well suited for toys of this kind.

What are the benefits of anal plugs?

Leaving aside the supposed health benefits touted by quack doctors in the United States, there are certainly real and pleasurable benefits to using butt plugs.

Firstly, as previously mentioned, they are used to stretch out the anus before anal intercourse. This is, for the most part, a safety precaution, as inserting a penis into an unprepared rectum can lead to painful tears of the soft membranes, as well as swelling or even bleeding.

The plug allows the anus to stretch out slowly and naturally, getting accustomed to the increased width present. That is why butt plugs have a stem which allows them to be left inside the anus as it stretches.

A plug may also be used for stimulation, as opposed to just for stretching. People with prostates can use them by angling them against their prostate and putting pressure on it.

People with vaginas can try to stimulate their G-spot through the wall that divides the vaginal and anal cavity, by angling the plug up towards the stomach. Read more on how plugs feel.

On top of that, plugs can also be a sort of decorative accessory. For instance, you may choose to insert a small plug with a bedazzled stem, as a sort of anal jewelry to impress your partner.

There are also special silicone plugs with tails that can be made to wag like a dog, and these cater to fetishists for so-called puppy play.

For the more adventurous consumer, special anal hooks are also available. These may look like medieval torture devices, but when applied to a willing subject by a knowledgeable partner, these can result in interminable waves of pleasure.

What about the Benefits of Anal Sex?

Before we start talking about the way you can use a plug, we should discuss anal sex for a little bit. Although anal sex stopped being such a taboo in the last few years, some people are still worried about it. In most cases, men are more interested in this sexual activity than women.

However, one of the biggest reasons ladies tend to avoid it is because they don’t know about the surprising benefits anal sex brings to the table. While “beneficial” isn’t exactly the first word that comes to someone’s mind when talking about anal, you might be surprised to know that it:

  • Boosts your immune system

    You probably already know that regular, vaginal sex is good for your health. However, did you know that anal sex can actually strengthen your immune system? In addition to the exercise involved, it introduces a number of different antibodies to your body, which give your immune system a much-needed boost.

  • Improves bowel movement

    This might be a “sensitive” subject, but if you want to remain healthy, you need to make sure that you have regular bowel movement. Unsurprisingly, anal sex is great for this, because it stimulates blood flow in that region and helps your bowels move much easier. And don’t worry, this won’t happen during the actual act if you follow our instructions properly.

  • Is pleasurable for women

    We all know that men enjoy anal sex so much because the anus is much tighter than the vagina. However, ladies still have a ton of nerve endings down there, so careful anal sex still feels really pleasurable for them. Moreover, the G-spot can be reached when man push against the vaginal wall, which means women can indeed achieve an orgasm through anal penetration.

    The next time you start having any doubts about trying anal sex, just remember these surprising benefits, and we guarantee, you’ll start feeling more excited about it. Now, let’s get back on track and talk about butt plugs a little more in-depth…

Differences Between Anal and Plugs

Before we tell you how to safely use your plug for the first time, we need to make one thing perfectly clear – an anal plug isn’t the same thing as the butt plug. This is very important, because you don’t want to make a mistake during the purchase process and buy an anal plug by mistake.

As we mentioned above, butt plugs have a cone shape, while anal plugs but a disc and plug shape to prevent any fecal inconsistencies. Anal plugs are mostly used to help you with constipation. It also won’t give you any pleasure during sex or masturbation, so be careful when you’re ordering your plug.

How to use a butt plug

They are designed to fit into rectums without much problem, but that is not to say that there are no techniques or best practices to be aware of when attempting to insert one.

Here is a short guide on the basics of butt plug use.

Firstly, as with most things related to sex, preparation is key.

You should not try to merely shove it in without having taken the necessary steps to prepare, as this could lead to injuries, and, due to the nature of the primary function of the rectum, it could get very messy.

The first step before inserting the plug should be to make sure that the rectum is clean. This is done so as to prevent unpleasant smells from spreading, but also to evacuate enough room for the plug to fit.

Start by having a bowel movement. A bowel movement can be induced by taking laxatives and waiting for them to take hold, but this should only be used as a last resort if you have to prepare for an encounter at a specific time.

The best way to evacuate the bowels is to let it happen naturally. Eating lots of fibrous foods also helps, as it makes for a more compact stool.

Once this is done, the next recommended step is cleaning the bowels out. A douche is used for this purpose, and there are many different types of douche available.

However, the basic function is always the same. You fill the douche with tepid water, and insert the tube into a well-lubricated rectum. You then squeeze the water into the rectum and hold it in for around 30 seconds before releasing.

It's now time to stretch

Now you are ready to start the stretching process. Begin by applying lube to the outside of your rectum once more, and proceed to insert one finger inside.

Get accustomed to the feeling and then insert another one. Some people will find it enough to stretch with only two fingers, but for others, three or four fingers will be necessary.

It is vital that you do not overstep your limits here, and only do as many fingers as you are comfortable with, in the space of time you are comfortable with. With this step, the preparation is complete.

Now you can start with the butt plug

Finally, you are ready to move on to the plug. If you are only starting out, you will want to select a smaller plug and work your way up. There are training kits with plugs in assorted sizes made for precisely this purpose, and they are a good investment for a beginner

Don't forget the lube!

Once you have a plug of an appropriate size and width, you should lubricate the outside of the rectum again, as well as the tip of the plug. The importance of lubrication in anal play cannot be overstated.

Once lubricated, start inserting the plug into the rectum slowly, constantly monitoring your comfort level.

The plug will start to stretch the opening out, and if you did the preparation well enough, you should have no problems here.

If you feel any sort of pain, do not keep going. Relieve the pressure of your hand on the plug and slowly pull it out. You can try it again once the pain subsides.

If you feel a burning sensation in and around the rectum, this may be due to the lubricant or the material the butt plug is made of. In that case, you should try with a plug made of a different material. More information on how to insert & remove the plug.

And we're done!

Once it is all the way in, you are done. You can leave it there for up to an hour, as the plug may start to dissolve inside the colon and be absorbed into your system if you leave it in for more than 3-4 hours.

The recommended 1 hour is just a precaution, and there is really nothing to be worried about.

Tips on making it feel better

Having a plug inside of you sure does feel good. If you have a prostate, now would be a good time to see if you can stimulate it using the plug by taking it by the stem and angling it upwards, toward your stomach in a sort of massaging motion.

Once you are ready to take it out, there are some things you should keep in mind. You should not try to merely pull it out, as the shape of the plug, namely, that widest section right before the stem, will make this very difficult, and place a great amount of strain on the muscles of the sphincter.

Instead, you should try to simultaneously push it out with your rectal muscles, as you would when having a bowel movement, and pull it with your hand.

Do this slowly and carefully until it is all the way out. It is important that you clean your plug properly, and this will be covered later.

Are they safe?

This is a question many prospective users ask, and rightfully so. The area the plug operates in is one with a great deal of stigma attached. It is seen as filthy and embarrassing, full of germs and fecal matter.

Thus, we tend to be overly cautious when this topic is concerned, when there is really very little to be worried about. The short answer to this question is – yes, if you know what you’re doing.

What materials to look out for?

The previous section outlines the best practices for using plugs, and if you follow those steps, you should have no problems. However, there are a few more considerations to keep in mind

Firstly, you must find out if you are allergic to any of the materials butt plugs are made of. If you are allergic to rubber, make sure you don’t buy a latex or rubber plug. It is also ill-advised to use plugs made of glass, as these could break and cut your anus. It is unlikely to ever happen, of course, but why take the risk?

Quality is important too

The quality of the material the plug is made of is very important as well. Do not scrimp on your plug. Make sure you buy the best grade latex plugs, and avoid ones made form petroleum products, as these can dissolve and burn your insides if left too long.

Other considerations

The physical characteristics of the plug are also to be considered. Get a plug with a smooth surface, and avoid any sharp edges or rough texture, as these can tear your insides and lead to bleeding.

No matter how smooth the plug, do not attempt to put it in without lubrication. This can lead to friction burns on your anus

Make sure the base of the plug is wide enough to keep it from going all the way up your anus, as the shape of the plug would make it very difficult to retrieve, and could result with you having to go to the emergency room to get it extracted professionally.

Can you use them during sex?

They can be used during sex, and this is especially pleasurable for people with prostates, as the movements involved in sex also move the plug in ways that can stimulate the prostate.

However, if the base is too wide, it may irritate the inside of your buttocks because of friction, so it is recommended to lubricate this area as well, if you intend to move a lot with the plug inside.

The use of butt plugs during sex by heterosexual couples can be a convenient time-saver if you intend to move from vaginal into anal sex, as it prepares the anus for penetration during intercourse itself.

Can you share them?

Finally, you should never be tempted to share your plug with a partner, no matter the level of intimacy and trust.

Your gut contains strains of symbiotic bacteria that are natural and specific to you, and they help you digest certain foods.

However, introducing those bacteria into the body of another host, in this case your partner, can lead to infections and other complications. If you must use the same plug, put a condom on it before you use it, and replace the condom with a clean one before your partner uses it.

What is the right one for you?

"To sum up everything said previously, what follows will be a short guide to choosing a plug that best fits you"

There are many important parameters to keep in mind when choosing a plug, namely: length, width, design, material, quality, and price.

Large/long plugs

Though butt plugs are by definition shorter than dildos, there are varieties of butt plug that can be just as long. These share the same basic structure as shorter plugs – they widen towards the end, and have a stem to keep them from going up your anus.

These long plugs, however can be used as a sort of cross between a dildo and a plug. They are most often made of silicone so they can adapt to the inside of your anus perfectly. If you are looking to stretch out your entire anus and not just the sphincter, these could prove very useful.

The width is considered by many to be the most important characteristic of a plug. You should select a width in line with your goals, whether you want to stretch your anus just enough for pain-free anal sex, or you want to do something more extreme, such as gaping and fisting

There are many widths to choose from, some so large that a casual user would consider it impossible to fit inside an anus, and these are especially suited to seasoned anal enthusiasts who know what they’re doing.

For the casual

Naturally, the aesthetics of a plug are another noteworthy characteristic. The classic plug is black, to cover up any lingering fecal matter, but they come in all different colors, even transparent and metallic.

If you’re just starting with plugs, you should probably avoid any harder materials, because you don’t want to hurt yourself. It’s better to opt for more flexible materials like PVC and silicone. They are bendable and consequently, more comfortable and safe to use.

Instead of buying supplies separately, the best thing for you would be to opt for an Anal Starter Kit. These kits are perfect for newbies, because they have everything an inexperienced person could possibly need

Usually, they contain four different plugs with the smallest being one inch long, and the largest one being around two inches. Beginners shouldn’t try using larger plugs, so don’t even think about using a plug that’s longer than three inches. This is what a regular plug starter kit usually looks like:

  • A number of differently-sized plugs
  • They are made of silicone, so they are softer
  • Suction cups that allow you to fix the plugs to the floor
  • Instructions that will help you use the plugs safely

Some kits even come with their own lube. But you should be careful when ordering these kits, because some of them have cheap, low-quality lube that could potentially cause some medical problems if the user is allergic to certain substances.

It would be wiser to spend a few more dollars and get some natural lube form a reliable supplier. Like with everything, you have to particularly careful when buying these kits. When choosing your supplier, make sure to check some user-reviews on their site to make sure they are respectable and trustworthy

For the people that care more about the decorative aspect of the butt plug

There are even plugs with intricate shapes and designs, jeweled plugs, plugs with multiple widening areas, plugs with furry animal tails attached to them (with many tail butt plugs to choose from: fox tail, cat tail, raccoon tail, horse tail, dog tail etc.).

The material is important too

We’ve already said that butt plugs are made from a number of different materials. Some of them include PVC, metal, glass, and a number of others. Each of these materials will give you a completely different feel and more importantly – flexibility.

It is important that you choose the one you feel most comfortable with. The most popular plugs are usually made of silicone, as it is soft and bendable, and simulates the feel of a human penis quite well.

However, there are also plastic plugs, metal plugs, glass plugs, and even artisan wooden plugs. It is recommended, however, that you start off with a soft latex plug, and only transition to harder plugs when you feel you are ready.

With various materials come various quality levels. Always choose the best quality plugs, especially silicone plugs. Make sure there are no petroleum products in your plugs.

These high-quality plugs can be more expensive, but they are well worth the investment. After all, why scrimp on pleasure?

How to Take Care of Your Plug

After every use, you’ll need to clean your plug, so you should have soap and hot water ready before you even finish your session. Cleaning sex toys of any kind is definitely a must. Not only will it help you fight off any nasty smells, but it will also prevent bacteria from building up and harming health in the process. You don’t want to end up lying in a hospital, embarrassed, talking to a doctor about your toys.

Furthermore, this will also extend your toy’s life and if you’re planning to spend some money on a more expensive set, you should really take care of your toys. You can always clean it with regular disinfection products, but if you want to be sure everything is 100% clean, you should buy a sex toy cleaner.

It will cost you a few dollars more, but in terms of both longevity and safety, it’s a great investment. What’s more, these cleaning solutions and kits aren’t really that expensive. They usually cost less than 15 dollars and they are good for multiple uses. Even if you use your toy every single day, a cleaner kit will still last you for a few months. Stay safe and invest your money wisely.

The Bottom Line

If you’re perhaps feeling too embarrassed to order a plug, you shouldn’t worry too much, because in reality more people use these toys than you think. Sex toys are starting to gain more mainstream acceptance, and in a few years, they won’t be a taboo subject anymore.

So, are you feeling overwhelmed yet? We basically threw a ton of information in your face so you still might not be sure what to think of all this. You just need to remember one thing in particular – when it comes to butt plugs, the most important thing is to take everything slowly. Don’t start with the biggest plug, take things one step at a time and work your way up to the bigger ones down the line.

You’ll probably get a hang of things sooner than you’re thinking right now. In the end, we hope you found this little guide helpful, thank you for reading it and good luck with your future purchases. Trust us – you definitely won’t be disappointed.

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