Not everyone is born a true power bottom. It can take years of work and dedication to learn how to take the D like a champ. It takes training. Practice makes perfect. It is essential for beginner bottoms to stretch their way to being the ultimate power bottom by using the right tools of the trade: butt plugs. Sit on the problem and overcome it. Being new to the world of butt, exploring all avenues and taking the road less travelled is important. Here’s what to look when you’re ready to purchase your first butt plug, and how to take care of it.
Dildos aren’t for everyone
Often the same width from head to shaft, when using a dildo, there isn’t a lot of room for breathing or to be able to stretch before full insertion. Butt plugs offer different circumferences without being forced to take the entire diameter, up front, all at once. Butt plugs come in different levels and sizes, for the beginner to sexpert.
Which butt plug is right for you?
Have an idea of what kind of experience you are looking for. Beginners way want to try something small, then work up to the traffic cone of their dreams. Some butt plugs come with weights for further stimulus, different shapes and heads for various stretching exercises, vibrators for extra sensations, and with different colours for the fan of broader palates. Tunnel plugs allow things to be poured inside, like water, ice, cum, piss, lube, spit, or just to open up to see what’s inside. Butt plugs can also have attachments like tails, or different heads for mutual enjoyment between partners. Smaller, lighter butt plugs can be used to work your way up to larger dildos or event train for other fetishes, like fisting.
The best way to start using your new butt plug is with plenty of lube and patience. Go slow and gently ease the tip of your new toy against your bootie hole. Slowly insert it and guarantee that you are not in any discomfort. Ease it in, breathing along the way, and allow your ass to stretch and welcome this new home invasion. Soon, you’ll have it inside of you and wonder what all the fuss of getting it in there was all about.
Keep it clean
Once you obtain your new trusted toy, you’ll want to show it plenty of tender love and care. Cleaning and caring for your toys is really important for them to last a long time. Depending on which material your new butt plug is made from depends on how you should best wash it and care for it. Porous materials like wood (ouch!), rubber, vinyl, nylon, leather, cyber skin, etc. need to be cared for differently than non-porous materials like silicone, glass, stainless steel, etc. Hand soap and non-toxic cleaner are best for porous butt plugs. Non-Porous butt plugs can be cleaned with soap and scrubbing in normal solvents. Storing either material sex toy in a silk bag is the best way to keep it like new.
Keep in mind that, like dildos, butt plugs aren’t for everyone. It takes a certain, special kind of man to really get into butt plugs of higher gauges. Don’t feel like the low man on the totem pole if you cannot take an entire Chrysler Building of a butt plug inside of you on the first go. Butt plugging can take weeks, months, and even years to master. But once you are able to fully take one, you may never go back.