Anal beads are the perfect toy to experiment with if you’re curious about anal play. Available in many sizes and styles, they can immediately spice up your sex life and help you explore new types of play with your partner. So whether you’re looking to heighten the sensation of an orgasm or massage and stimulate the prostate, anal beads are an excellent choice for anyone who wants to explore their own or partner’s body or add variety to their sex life.
Why use anal beads?
Anal beads can instantly spice up your sex life. The anus is made of sensitive nerve endings which can heighten climax for both men and women. They also help massage and stimulate his prostate, making the orgasm more intense. For vaginal stimulation, you can use anal beads as well. Having something inside you will increase blood flow to all parts of your vagina, thus increasing sensitivity and arousal. He may even be able to feel your pleasure while he is inside you during intercourse or oral play if you clench or squeeze around him as he moves in and out of you.
Vaginal orgasms are very different from clitoral orgasms, and having something inside you will allow him to better target your G-spot. This means deeper penetration and increased pleasure for both of you! Remember to always use lube when using anal beads or any other toy!
Choosing them - The right fit
Selecting a set of anal beads can be tricky. Anal beads are shaped like a string of pearls that gently slip in and out of their casing when pulled or pushed by hand. The material they’re made from varies, and each type has its own pros and cons. There are different anal beads for beginners who may be new to exploring anal play, intermediate users who want something small but more intense, and advanced users who need more giant toys to provide a more immense sensation. Some people have allergies, so it is also essential to consider what kind of materials you will be using. Be sure that all your toys are safe for use in your body before you purchase them.
Using them - The tight fit
Anal beads are sometimes called anal Ben-Wa balls. Regardless of what you call them, they're small weights attached to a string used for pleasure. You can enjoy anal beads by placing them in your anus and using them during sexual intercourse or manual stimulation. Anal play is generally thought of as a woman's game because women have more sensitive nerve endings in their anus than men do; however, some men have also discovered that stimulating their prostate gland with these little balls can make orgasms more powerful. For many people, playing with anal toys is part of foreplay and helps build arousal before penetration.
Cleaning them - The right way
You should clean anal beads before and after each use with soap and warm water or a toy cleaner. After that, you can store them however you like, as long as they're kept away from things that might damage them (like other toys). Since anal play is a type of sexual activity that carries more risk than most others, it's always wise to choose your products wisely—and we certainly don't recommend going for anything that doesn't come in contact with body fluids during use. After you select a product that works for you and have had some practice using it, there are tons of different things you can do with anal beads—they can be used in masturbation or during partner play. It all depends on what feels good for you!
Safe anal bead play
As long as you follow a few basic rules, playing with anal beads can be a great addition to couples' play. But remember: anal beads should only be used safely, and with a partner. You can't control how or when they come out, and pulling them out yourself can easily cause injury or pain. After use, make sure you wash your hands thoroughly before touching any other body parts. And if at any point in time you feel any pain or discomfort while using them, immediately stop.
It may not seem like it, but anal beads are pretty small. Use plenty of lubricants (and warm water) when inserting them. If you're unsure which size to choose, start small—the anus is sensitive tissue that can tear more quickly than others. When removing your beads, do so slowly rather than rapidly yanking on them. Your goal is to pull out one bead at a time; doing so too quickly could result in an uncomfortable experience for both parties involved. Permanently remove your beads before switching positions during intercourse—it's best not to mix things up too much down there! Finally, never use anything that isn't specifically designed for anal play! Anything else could potentially hurt you or become lost inside of you—not fun!
What if my partner isn't into anal play?
Some people aren't into anal play, and that's OK. Your partner might be curious about trying it out with you and would rather wait until it feels comfortable for them before doing so. It's best not to push someone into trying something new, especially when it comes to their body. Instead of focusing on what they won't do in bed, why not focus on all of the other ways you can make each other feel good? Remember: You don't need anal play to have a fulfilling sex life; there are many other (totally non-sexual) ways to share pleasure with someone else.
If you're interested in trying anal play, but your partner isn't, try using a dildo explicitly designed for anal penetration by yourself while they watch. This will give you an idea of how pleasurable it can be while giving them time to get used to the picture. Once they're ready, ask if they'd like to join in! If they say no, just know that saying yes is always an option down the road—and try not to take it personally, they just need more time to warm up (no pun intended).
Be patient and supportive, and soon enough, they'll come around! In short: Anal play is totally normal—but only if both partners want it!
As always, play safe, my friends.