I thought that this recent question deserved to be highlighted more: I want to buy my girlfriend an anal plug/toy. She’s new to anal; she tried the finger and now I believe she wants to pass to another level… I just want to give her a toy and let her experiment a little bit. Now, I am new also in the toy buying and I need your advice. Can you recommend something for beginners? I am aware about the materials but I still don’t know what to choose. I believe she needs something soft, something with a “natural feel”. Any advice will be appreciated. My response1: A plug is something you wear around for hours or you can also just use it for the occasion, while just a simple toy is used as-is. The most comfortable plugs have a definitive difference between the neck and the body, with a decent base. The neck is what
Here’s a butt plug….Happy Mother’s Day! That’s not something I’ll ever say to my mother. But thankfully there are millions of partners and husbands and wives around the world who just might love to say that to the mother of their children! Flowers are commonly given for Mother’s Day but what do you do when you want something more sensual and sexy? I say skip the floral-scented bodywash and give her the pink Crystal Delights Atomic Rose Plug. This gorgeous, glass butt plug is handcrafted here in the US and Shellie, the owner of Crystal Delights, inspects each and every glass sex toy that goes out her door so you know that you’re getting something of high quality (did you catch my interview post with her?) Giveaway Details: You’ll have your choice between the clear or frosted version of the Atomic Rose Butt Plug. The contest is open to anybody in the US or Canada
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There are two sex toy materials that seem to scare the uninitiated: Glass and wood. It is ironic considering that the material you should be the most scared of is the one 50% of customers purchase willingly and gleefully. But glass is strong, non-porous, is not made with chemicals and is compatible with every type of lube. What’s not to love?