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01 Apr 2003

Anal Beads ????
Hi there all, my husband is very keen to try using these anal (love) beads with me. Has anybody ever tried them who can advise what is the best way to use them to experiance the best and most pleasurable effects ?? and is it safe ??
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01 Jan 0001

Anal Toys
Any toy used anally should have a flared base, to keep it from slipping all the way into the rectum. For an in/out sensation, look for a dildo, a toy that is the same diameter all along the shaft. If you want to leave your toy in place while you do other things, look for a plug that bulges just before the base, allowing your anal muscles to grip it. And use lube -- lots of it. The anus is not self-lubricating, so a thick, stay-put lube (try Astroglide) will make any anal play more pleasurable.

Here is a list of anal toys that the "Women's Only" store supply:

(1) Beginners Strap-on Kit

With the Bend Over Boyfriend 2 DVD and the Ultimate Guide To Strap On Sex, get no-nonsense information on enticing and communicating with your partner, how-to's of penetration and positions, tips on styles ... more


(2) Buddy

Form follows function in this well-designed silicone plug. Angled to slip into the rectum as naturally and easily as a bent finger, Buddy's slim tip flows into a rounded mid-section, so the plug stays ... more


(3) Cheeky


If you've had your fill of standard-issue anal plugs, it's time to try Cheeky. With its sensuous curves and purple translucent rubber, this toy looks every bit as good as it feels. The slight curve gives ... more


(4) Enticer


Let the Enticer introduce you to the pleasures of anal play. The vibrating, finger-width stem is just right for insertion; once inside, the flared base vibrates pleasurably against the sensitive nerves ... more


(5) Essential Plug

Eminently comfortable, this anal plug's diamond-like shape anchors it in place so you're free to go about your business. The small size makes a great beginner's plug, or you can buy all three and have ... more


(6) Love Beads

Explore the pleasures of the exquisitely sensitive anus by lubing up these smooth beads, inserting them anally and withdrawing them one at a time. (Tip: use a nail file to sand down any ragged edges along ... more


(7) Ripple

The Ripple is a fusion of the best aspects of traditional plugs and anal beads. Graduated contours make it a perfect choice both for those experimenting and for those well-versed in the joys of anal play. ... more


(8) Rosy

Let the Rosy anal vibe bring a smile to your cheeks. Warm up with the flexible and soft offshoot at the top, then slide on to the bottom half to finish things off with a substantial buzz. ... more


(9) Saturn Wand

The graduated rings make the sexy Saturn Wand perfect for anal or vaginal exploration. When lube is added the sleek acrylic material provides amazingly slick penetration. The enlarged base makes it easy ... more


(10) Tail Spin

Looking for a fun, non-intimidating anal toy? Take a spin! The soft, twisty tendril is perfectly sized for easy penetration, and once you've wound your way down the twisty shaft you'll be treated to stimulating ... more


(11) Triple Play

You can have a ball -- or two, or three! -- playing with these simple, satisfying globes. They're better than too-tiny Ben Wa balls, because they're large enough to rock against the G-spot when you walk ... more


(12) Twig Attachment

This attachment for the smaller, handheld, plug-in vibes (like our Tender Touch) looks something like a twig -- the finger-width "stem" is designed for vaginal insertion, ... more


(13) Willie

Wee Willie's just the ticket for newcomers to anal play or those seeking a slim dildo for vaginal penetration. The slender, gently angled shaft all but begs to be incorporated in anal explorations. The ... more


(14) Zing

The Zing is a step up in size from a beginner's butt plug -- but not too big either. This quality silicone anal toy is tapered at the tip for easy entry and ribbed along the body for extra sensation. ... more


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