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How to use anal sex toys?

1. Use lubes
You always need to use a personal lube with anal sex toys. Water-based lubes are a good choice for almost everyone. If you are using an anal toy made of silicone do not use a silicone-based lube. Put a generous amount of lube on it. Use your fingers, you can also put some lube on the outside and just inside the anus.


2. Use Condoms
Condoms are one of the methods of birth control that also help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections like HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. Using it on an anal sex toy is an easy way to keep them clean, make them last longer, and reduce the risk of transmitting any infections. If you are the only person using the anal toy, you may not need a condom. But if you think you will share your toys, you must use a new condom every time you use the toys.


3. Get turned on
Before you try to use your anal sex toy, get yourself turned on in the normal way. If you’re feeling embarrassed or distracted, this can make insertion more difficult, so being relaxed and wake-up can make your first use of your anal sex toy smoother.


4. Gradually and patiently
Please take your time. Even slower than you think. If you want it to be good and painless, there is no need to rush for it. Start by teasing and massaging around the anus. Then penetrating a little–a small toy, a fingertip might be plenty. Then pause. Give yourself a chance to breathe and relax in a new sense.

How to clean anal sex toys?

Unwashed sex toys can harbor bacteria, viruses, and fungi, all of which can increase infection risk. To prevent infection, clean sex toys after each use, according to the manufacturer’s instructions.


If it did not come with instructions for cleaning, carefully wash it with soap and wipe it off with a warm, damp washcloth. Do not submerge sex toys unless they are fully waterproof.


Also, avoid sharing sex toys with others. If people do wish to share them, they should cover the toy with a new condom before each use. Even with a condom, however, it will still be necessary to clean the toys between uses.


Disinfecting sex toys means that you have performed a process on them that will kill any bacteria, viruses, and fungi on the toys. This greatly reduces the risk of passing the infection to a partner who shares with you or re-infects yourself. Regular deep cleaning of sex toys can also help them stay in top condition for longer.


Some sex toys are impossible to sterilize. Sex toys made of materials such as TPR/TPE, rubber or jelly are porous. Even if you disinfect the surface of the toy, any dirt in the holes under the surface will survive and be able to multiply and spread. We strongly recommend that you do not share porous toys.

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