Metal & Glass Anal Toys As Beginners Butt Playthings
If you’re new to the world of anal pleasures, you might be having a tough time navigating all the plugs, vibes and dildos out there that are designed to be used up the butt. Some start off cheap and cheerful, only moving onto the more expensive toys once their back side is properly trained. But – we think that if you can afford to go with glass or metal toys as your beginner’s anal plaything, you will not be disappointed.
One of the main worries for those who are exploring anal play for the very first time is the mess. Some turn to douches and enemas to eliminate any possibility of embarrassment, but if you’ve read the Adam and Eve blog before, you know that this is a concern that’s more in the mind than anything else. Even if you are concerned about cleanup, glass and metal toys are by far the easiest to get spotless. Both of these materials can be put in the top rack of your dishwasher and sent through a normal cycle. They can also be washed by hand using regular soap and water. You can even boil them on a stovetop for five minutes for a complete sterilization. Just be sure to handle them with gloves for a while after – glass and metal hold onto their heat (which we will explore in a moment).
The other big fear around anal sex is the pain. Using the right tools, and a slow and steady approach, you should be able to engage in anal sex with a relatively low level of discomfort. Picking a smooth sided toy with a gently sloping tip is key – and glass & metal sex toys almost always have this particular shape. Because the sides of these toys are so smooth, insertion is so much easier. Glass and metal sex toys are also compatible with all types of sexual lubricant, meaning that you can use the thicker silicone based lube that you can’t usually combine with other sex toy materials.
We mentioned above that glass and metal toys can hold onto heat very well. This means that you can warm up your sex toys to body temperature before the play begins. This helps alleviate some of the ‘shock’ that first touch of a toy can bring. Imagine already being worried about anal sex, then having a cold toy touch your anus? We’d tense up, too! By submerging your toys in body-temperature water for 10-15 minutes before playtime, you’ll bring that toy into a comfortable range for play. You can even experiment with warmer or cooler temperatures – whichever works best for you and your booty!