When you visit a restaurant with foreign cuisine, what do you do? Some of you might risk it and try to order from the menu, then hope for something edible that won’t upset your gentle stomachs. Others that are a bit smarter ask the waiter for a recommendation. They usually get a good meal, though sometimes a bit overpriced. However, most sensible travelers ask the locals. They talk about the food, discuss flavor and preferences, and ask for advice. In other words, they ask experts who have no skin in the game.
When it comes to adult sex toys, the principle is the same. As a novice to anal sex or anal toys, it’s best to ask around before making a risky purchase, right? Well, you asked, and we’re answering. Here are our top recommended butt plugs for beginners.
Why Even Start With Butt Plugs?
Anal plugs are the most versatile of all sex toys. What’s more, they are also quite easy to clean and use and generally carry the title of the most straightforward sex toy. There’s no way you’ll plug your butt the wrong way; it’s simply impossible. They are basically an idiotproof way to spice up your sex life.
Due to easy insertion and other benefits, butt plugs are usually the first pick for those who are just dipping their toes in the vast ocean of anal play and want to start small.
They usually have a flared base, which means they are safe to use and aren’t intimidating. Because, let’s be honest, anal play is frightening. It’s an adventure, sure, and we might be excited to get started, but most of us were scared shitless the first time we dipped a finger or a toy between our magnificent reefs.
Of course, because of their versatility, butt plugs aren’t something you’ll grow out of. They can satisfy beginners and veterans alike, and the market is so abundant that you’ll find a snug plug no matter the state of your (gaping) hole.
Our Top Choices
Not to be the ones to toot our own horn, but we know a thing or two about anal sex toys. That’s why, as experts, we feel free to say that the following four types of plugs are the best for newcomers. Welcome one, welcome all — let’s dig in!
Anal Training Kits
Purchasing an anal trainer should be your first move. If you have a tight, virgin butt, you need to start with something that won’t feel like someone’s fisting you. The thing is, when you’ve never dabbled in anal play, practically anything will feel as though someone shoved a hand up your ass and is trying to suck your soul out.
Therefore, start with a tiny toy. Anal training kits have several toys in them (usually between three and five) that progress in size. When you master one and your body adapts to it, you can move on to the next challenge in the kit.
If, for whatever reason, you aren’t a fan of the kit, you can also build up your butt’s stamina with anal beads. These allow you to go at your own pace and only push in as many beads as you’re comfortable with. Because they progress in size, they’ll also give you a chance to master different sizes one at a time. If you are still a bit hesitant to use a butt plug for the first time, perhaps you can learn at Bellesa.co on how to use and learn to love it.
Silicone Butt Plugs
Although you can find practically any material on the sex toy market, silicone is the best choice for beginners. It’s soft, pliant, flexible, and the overall texture is appealing. Although glass plugs might be prettier and the elegance of stainless steel plugs might catch your eye, silicone anal toys are the most forgiving of a tight ass. And hey, don’t be embarrassed about needing a soft silicone toy. Some people would kill for the tightness you have!
Of course, the material itself won’t be of much help if you let your eyes be bigger than your butt and choose a huge plug. Make sure to pick the smallest one you can find, preferably with a tiny, pointed tip that will easily slide even in the tightest of butts. A good rule of thumb is to pick a plug that looks so small you think you won’t even feel it. Trust us; you will.
Inflatable Butt Plugs
Once you get some experience under your belt, you can start experimenting with various butt plugs. At that point, we suggest investing in an inflatable plug. It’s adjustable, and it can fit perfectly in your rectum. What’s more, you can adjust the size as you progress.
During training, you’ll quickly see just how much of an asset an inflatable butt plug can be. It basically means that you have a kit with multiple toys. You’re the one who’s in charge of how much the plug gets inflated. Furthermore, you can keep increasing the amount of air pressure in the plug until you’re satisfied with your anal stretching capabilities.
Metal Butt Plugs
Metal is an excellent material for anal toys. It’s easy to clean and is non-porous. What’s more, it looks elegant and feels smooth while it slides inside of you. But those aren’t the only advantages of metal butt plugs.
Stainless steel butt plugs are heavier than their silicone, plastic, and glass counterparts. They offer a slightly different sensation because, aside from the stretch, you’ll also feel the weight of the plug. That ensures a snug fit of the plug and maintains the feeling of fullness we all chase.
A Few Parting Words
We often find ourselves repeating the same thing to beginners. It’s basically our mantra at this point — go slowly, tread carefully, and don’t rush. Some listen, and we pat ourselves on the back for a job well done. But others rush to sex shops to buy the biggest remote-controlled vibrating plug they can find. They keep thinking that the bigger the toy they shove in, the stronger their orgasm will be.
We are firm advocates of safe and pleasurable anal play. Thus, we feel it bears repeating once more — it’s better to buy a smaller toy and be left aching then a huge one and hurt yourself.