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Butt Plugs

How to use a butt plug for your next booty conquest

Searching for some sexy treasure? It could be buried right in your backside.

It’s time to talk about the one thing that men, women, and everyone in between all have in common: the butt. What makes the booty talk dirty in bed? That could be a lot of things, but one good answer could be the glorious butt plug.

Before we get ourselves some booty, what’s a butt plug?

A butt plug is a sex toy that is inserted into the sensitive rectal area for sexual arousal, and it is often short and flared at the base to prevent it from getting stuck inside the anus.

Just picture it as a Pirates of the Carribean expedition in search of booty—it’s fun, it’s naughty, and it has to be well-lubricated for smooth sailing.

While it is similar to the dildo in some ways, a butt plug is a bit different in the sense that it’s a smooth, short, and cone-shaped object meant to remain stationary in your backside. No need to thrust back and forth!

What makes the butt plug feel so good? Well, the sexy sensation of “fullness” is what people want and get from this sex toy. So feel free to use it for either solo play or preparation for anal sex. Whatever floats your boat.

If you’re unsure of which butt plug you should get, this article is for you. Just continue reading this sex-positive guide from NOTI, and we’ll promise to walk you through the basics.

The material world of butt plugs

Like most sex toys, butt plugs can be made of various materials, each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages. 

Here are your options if you want something that’s leaning towards the soft side:

  • Rubber or jelly: They’re the cheapest finds out there, but they’re also very porous, which means that they’re prone to bacteria growth. Rubber can also trigger those with latex allergies.
  • Silicone: This could be sterilized and reused, unlike rubber or jelly. Consistency also ranges from soft to hard. Remember never to use this with silicone lube.

For women looking for smoother and more rigid options perfect for temperature play:

  • Ceramic: This is relatively light, as well as affordable for a versatile and non-porous variety. It could even look quite vintage.
  • Glass: It’s sleek and transparent/translucent, unlike the other types. This could also come in various unique designs, so that’s something to look forward to.
  • Metal: It’s the heaviest and priciest, but it’s the quickest to warm up and cool down. This also has a sleek and velvety finish, and it’s compatible with all types of lubricants.

If it’s your first time to use a butt plug, try one made out of silicone for starters. They’re non-porous but at the same time more flexible than the rigid varieties. Go ahead and experiment with other materials once you’ve gotten used to the feel of anal play.

Try these on for size

Size will be a huge factor in the pleasure you’ll be getting out of anal play with butt plugs, both in masturbation and sex. This is why you have to ensure that yours won’t be too big for you, especially when you’re just starting out.

Since butt plugs are measured in terms of maximum diameter, we recommend that first-timers get the smallest possible size, the ones that are 1 inch wide or smaller. You can definitely bump up this number as you gain more experience, but don’t rush it.

How to play

The butt plug could take some getting used to, particularly when you’re inexperienced in terms of anal play. But don’t let this intimidate you! Here are some tips that could help you get started on the fun:

Clean your butt

Some women tend to be uneasy about the idea of inserting anything up their anus, primarily because they don’t think it’s hygienic to do so. However, it’s possible to keep this area clean and ready for a good time.

As usual, mild soap and water can be used to wash the rim or the outside of your butt. But to get rid of any fecal residue inside, it’s best to use a clean and wet finger sans soap. 

You can also opt to buy a water enema kit from the nearest pharmacy if you want to be thorough, but this isn’t a necessary step.

Use lubricant

Don’t be shy about using a generous amount of lube when you’re involving your backside in any form of sexual activity. That’s because the anus doesn’t self-lubricate the way the vagina does when aroused.

A lot of women say they prefer silicone-based lube for anal sex because it’s slicker and does not turn sticky when it dries up. However, that can’t be used with silicone butt plugs, so be sure to check the label beforehand.

On the other hand, water-based lubes are compatible with all materials, though they have to be reapplied more often, aside from how they could leave some residue behind.

Get creative

After making sure that your butt plug is well-lubricated, all that’s left is inserting it into your anus. You might think it’s a bit tricky, but not to worry! There are a lot of positions that would make this easy: doggy-style, standing up, lying on your side, or squatting.

You can definitely play around with this toy by yourself at first to explore your sexual preferences freely. But if you’re doing this with your partner, constantly check if they’re comfortable with the arrangement. Consent is key!

Beyond the basics

We’ve been talking about the basic type of butt plugs and how to use them so far. Getting bored of playing it safe? We got you covered too. Here are just a few of the options if you’re feeling more adventurous:

Vibrating butt plug

What could possibly be more exciting than the classic butt plug? A butt plug and a vibrator rolled into one, of course! Enjoy both the fullness and the good vibes to kick it up a notch.

Some models of this sex toy could even come with a remote control, which means that you can let your partner call the shots while you’re using it, even in public. Now that’s real quality sexy time.

Fetish butt plug

If wet n’ wild is more of your style, then this could be just what you’re looking for. Insert this novelty into your backside to summon your spirit animal—whether it be a cute cat, a fluffy rabbit, or a sly fox. 

Perfect for women who are into roleplaying or even BDSM. Take note, however, that fetish butt plugs might be more difficult to clean since you’d have to treat the animal tails with special care.

Inflatable butt plug

Nothing says extreme like a butt plug that expands once it’s gotten through your backdoor. An inflatable plug increases in size thanks to a hand pump, with a valve to quickly deflate it when necessary. 

Ready to buy your very own butt plug? No need to hesitate, darling. There’s no shame in giving into your deepest desires. After all, there’s nothing sexier than an empowered woman who knows what she wants and goes for it.

NOTI values your privacy above all, especially when it comes to shipping. With us, you don’t have to worry about your security. Rest assured that we’ll handle your personal information with the utmost discretion. Just enjoy yourself, and leave the rest to us!

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

What’s the best type of butt plug for beginners?

While there is no definitive best butt plug for beginners, we recommend that you start with the silicone type, especially if you’ve never tried anal sex before. Also, start with the smallest size possible, preferably one that’s smaller than 1 inch in diameter. This could help you get used to the sensation without overwhelming you.

Can butt plugs be used for more than anal sex preparation?

Of course! You don’t need a male partner in order to indulge in the “fullness” that butt plugs have to offer. Feel free to use your butt plug while you’re masturbating alone. There’s no such thing as too much self-love, after all.

Do I need lubricant to use my butt plug?

Lubricants are an absolute must for any form of anal play. The rectum doesn’t produce its own lubrication the way your vagina does when things are getting hot and heavy. That’s why you need to drizzle a lot of lube to enjoy yourself. Don’t use silicone-based lubricants with silicone dildos!

Should I cover my butt plug with a condom?

Condoms can be used to avoid direct contact between you and your butt plug. This helps in extending the lifespan of your sex toy and making cleanup easier. Never use condoms coated with silicone-based lubricants if you’re using a silicone butt plug.

How do I clean my butt plug?

To clean your butt plug after getting down and dirty, it’s best to stick with sex toy cleaners that are specially formulated for your toys. The manual may contain special instructions to go about this. Don’t boil or use diluted bleach, both of which may damage your toy!

How do I clean my butt before using my butt plug?

Soap and water can be used to wash the outside of your butt. But to clean the inside, it’s best to use a clean and wet finger sans soap. You can also opt to buy a water enema kit if you want to be thorough, but this isn’t necessary.

Frequently Asked Questions

Women can rely on a wide selection of vibrators for internal or external stimulation. Still, it’s worth noting that 7 out of 10 women need clitoral stimulation for orgasm. That means for these people, it could be worth investing in compact (e.g. bullet, egg) or powerful (e.g. wand) options.

People suspect that vibrators could decrease the sensitivity of your clitoris after frequent use. But they’ve never been proven to produce long-term side effects. Our body could just be tired from prolonged contact. If this occurs, give it a rest for a few days, and you’ll eventually find your sexual appetite returning.

Lubricants are optional for vaginal stimulation, but using it would definitely reduce friction and make for a smoother, more sensual experience overall. However, it’s a must for anal stimulation, since the anus doesn’t naturally provide its own lubrication. Be careful not to use silicone-based lubricants with silicone vibrators.

Condoms can extend the lifespan of your sex toy and make cleanup easier. So if the size and shape allow it, they’re never a bad idea. Change the condom before it comes into contact with another part of your body. Also, never use condoms coated with silicone-based lubricants for silicone vibrators.

Sex toy cleaners, which are specially formulated for vibrators like yours, would be your best bet for cleaning and maintenance. Read the manual for more details. Also take the time to inspect it for any sign of damage—if you spot cracks, stop using the device immediately.

Not all vibrators are safe for anal penetration. Check if yours has a flare or handle at the other end before going through the backdoor. You wouldn’t want, say, your egg vibrator stuck inside your anus, because that would mean an embarrassing trip to the emergency room.

Troubleshooting can be relatively easy for vibrators. Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Are the batteries or cord in working order?
  • Are all components properly secured?
  • Is there any foreign object jamming the switch?

On the rare occasion that the device heats up or malfunctions, stop using the device and have it checked.

Communication is extremely essential in this case. Be honest about how and where you want to please yourself with your sex toy. But more importantly, remind him that these mechanical sensations would never replace the physical and emotional pleasure you get from him alone.

Still got questions?

Posted by Prism Kristensen

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