If you're not familiar with the joys of butt plugs, allow me to introduce you to a versatile toy you can enjoy regardless of gender, orientation, or genitalia. If you have a prostate, butt plugs can stimulate it, and if you have a vagina, a butt plug can create incredibly pleasurable pressure on the back vaginal wall. That's not to mention that the anus itself is also surrounded by nerve endings. Whatever the reason you're keen to dive into the world of butt plug play, there are a few things you should know for a comfortable, safe, and sexy experience. Some sex toys, such as the Wartenberg Pinwheel , have somewhat cryptic names.
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Of course, even if you are intrigued, chances are you're not going to run out and buy a toy for booty play without knowing what you're getting yourself into. So we asked experts what the hell these are for, why some people think they're ahhhmazing, and how to use one. Similar to your c-spot and G-spot, there are tons of ultra-sensitive nerve endings in your back door, says relationship coach Cory Honickman, PsyD. That means stimulating it can bring you of a ton of sexual pleasure whether you're playing with yourself or with a partner. And, depending on how the plug is used, the female skene glands also known as the female prostate may be stimulated, which can be a pleasant surprise, she says.
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As we live in an era where sex is no longer a taboo, we are more open to trying and experiencing new sensations. Anal play is not an exception from the list of things we enthusiasts wish to try. Anyone can get the enjoyment out of this toy.
A year-old from the United Kingdom named Emily Georgia reportedly ended up having to get surgery after a four-inch butt plug got stuck in her bowels. Back in March, Emily, who didn't publicly reveal her full name, and a male partner were having what she described to The Sun as a "naughty night" when her partner got "too excited" and accidentally pushed a butt plug up her anus. After attempting to get it out herself, Emily went to the hospital. An X-ray confirmed that the object had gone up her rectum, where it had the potential to puncture her bowel if not taken out quickly. She ended up getting an hour-long surgery in which doctors found the sex toy using a camera inserted into Emily's anus, then extracted the toy manually.