What are anal vibrators?
Anal vibrators are one kind of sex toy that is focused on the stimulation of the anal area of the body. It is similar to a standard vibrator that many women use to stimulate their vaginal area-and is phallic shaped, yet more streamlined and wider at the base than the tip. These anal vibrators are inserted into the anal cavity and they vibrate to cause a pleasurable anal stimulation associated with sex.
Anal vibrators can be enjoyed by both men and women. Not only is the anus packed full of nerves that can be pleasantly stimulated, but men can also use anal vibrators to excite the prostate gland--otherwise known as the "male g-spot"--to achieve blinding orgasms over and over again.
Anal vibrators are shorter and thinner than regular vibrators and feature a flared or extended base for easy removal. These vibrators generally measure 4 to 6 inches long with a width that can vary from 0.75 to 1.25 inches. Anal vibrators come in several forms.
a) Vibrating butt plug: These types of anal vibrators are designed in such a way that they stay inside the anus and stimulate it. It also creates a feeling of fullness. One of the major advantages of using a vibrating butt plug is that it is helpful in getting multiple orgasms or sexual enhancement. Its shape helps you in adjusting the contours of the anus.
b) Vibrating anal probes: Anal probes are smaller in size when compared to butt plugs. It is a perfect gift for beginners. It is just about the size of a finger. Why do you think it is so small? It is because it is mainly used for sliding and vibrating purposes.
c) Vibrating anal beads and balls: A series of beads or balls are attached together using a long retrievable cord. You just have to insert these balls and pull them when you think you have reached your orgasm. You can vary the speed of vibration and achieve great sexual enhancement.
Depending on the convenience and preference of these vibrators for you and/or your partner; you will find one of these that gives you the right kind of anal sexual stimulation. If you are interested or even just curious about anal vibrators; it is important to explore your options with all of these types, as one will inevitably suit you and/your partner better than the others.
How to use anal vibrators?
When using an anal vibrator, it’s important to apply lots of lube to the anus and the vibrator itself for a smooth penetration. With sufficient lube, the anal vibrator should slide in and out with only slight resistance. DO NOT FORCE IT IN. If the resistance is too much, you can try inserting a finger to slightly loosen the sphincter ring. If that doesn’t work, stop trying to use the anal vibrator. Continue the finger exercises regularly over a two-week period to loosen up the sphincter before trying out the anal vibrator again. If this is your first anal vibrator, then look for one of the smaller-sized anal vibrators or for one advertised as a beginner’s model. Until you have adjusted to the experience and know you can handle it, trying to use a larger anal vibrator is just asking for trouble.
How to clean anal vibrators?
The use of an anal vibrator is as simple as you might think - clean and insert into the anus and turn the product on. Once used, you will want to make sure you take strict attention to properly and thoroughly cleaning your anal vibrator, however; as improper cleaning could cause health problems.
The biggest problem with cleaning of your anal vibrators is that many vibrators are made of porous materials, which are prone to holding onto bacteria, no matter how thoroughly you may clean your device. This said, it is best to get a vibrator that is made of more quality materials, such as metal, hard plastic, or silicone, to avoid containing bacteria forever in your device. Another option is to use a condom on the device every time it is used to ensure bacteria is not transferred.
So, how do you clean your anal vibrator?
This said, it is very important that your battery operated anal vibrators should not be submerged in water while cleaning, but instead cleaned under running water without getting any water inside the device.
|This article was published on Monday 03 December, 2012.|
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