What is an anal vibrator? Quite simply, it's a vibrator designed for "back door" use and can be enjoyed by both men and women. Not only is the anus packed full of nerves that can be pleasantly stimulated, but men can also use anal vibrators to excite the prostate gland—otherwise known as the "male G-Spot"—to achieve blinding orgasms over and over again.
Anal vibrators are shorter and thinner than regular vibrators and feature a flared or extended base for easy removal. These vibrators generally measure 4 to 6 inches long with a width that can vary from 0.75 to 1.25 inches. Anal vibrators come in several forms. Anal probes, or wand vibrators, are slim powerhouses. They are ideal for those who are just starting to explore this erotic playground. One popular option is My First Anal Toy. Just three-quarters of an inch wide, this buzzing beauty features 10 functions and an attached remote! If wands aren’t your pleasure there are also vibrating anal plugs that range in size from small to large for each anal experience level. There are vibrating anal beads that come in an assortment of sizes as well.
How to Use Anal Vibrators
This material is one step up from plastic. While still relatively cheap, latex gives the vibrator user many more options. Latex vibrators are firm enough for deep penetration, but these sex toys have more give and a little more flexibility than their plastic counterparts. Because latex vibrators have much more friction than plastic ones, you should always use a lube with them. And, of course, if you have a latex allergy, avoid sex toys made of this material.
When using an anal vibrator, it’s important to apply lots of lube to the anus and the vibrator itself for a smooth penetration. With sufficient lube, the anal vibrator should slide in and out with only slight resistance. Do not force it in. If the resistance is too much, you can try inserting a finger to slightly loosen the sphincter ring. If that doesn’t work, stop trying to use the anal vibrator. Continue the finger exercises regularly over a two-week period to loosen up the sphincter before trying out the anal vibrator again.
If this is your first anal vibrator, then look for one of the smaller-sized anal vibrators or for one advertised as a beginner’s model. Until you have adjusted to the experience and know you can handle it, trying to use a larger anal vibrator is just asking for trouble.
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