Is your partner looking to try anal play? The anus is a small hole that can play a big role in foreplay and penetration. Anal play can be super stimulating for some, but it can also be a little intimidating to try for the first time. If it’s your first time experimenting with anal play, there’s great ways to ease into it so you can enjoy it. Anal play can be an enjoyable experience for both partners, especially with a little help from some Bedroom Products.
LUBE IT UP
The anus is a delicate area and doesn’t naturally produce lubricant like the vagina. Lubricant like the Silky Silicone Glide will be your best friend when it comes to anal play because it allows your fingers and toys to glide in and out of the hole smoothly and comfortably. This silicone-based glide is made to last and will keep things silky for a long time. It’s slippery texture and long-lasting silicone base makes anal sex more comfortable without having to re-apply often, like with water-based glides. Just be sure to keep silicone-based glides away from silicone toys, they don’t mix! The Silky Silicone Glide doubles as a massage oil, so lather it on for a naughty treat before, during, or after sex.
RELAX THE MUSCLES
To fully enjoy anal play with less discomfort, it’s best for the anus to relax. We tend to naturally tense up our back sides, preventing easy penetration. This Ease Anal Enhancment Serum was created to help you and your partner relax those muscles. Use a small drop and spread it around the opening of your anus. It’s a fast-acting formula with 5% lidocaine will help relax your anus so you can fully enjoy your anal experience, without fully numbing the area from pleasure. You can now get Ease for 20% off during the month of August with code BOOTYPLAY !
KEEP IT CLEAN
Anal play can get a little messy with more use of serums and glides. Our Clean PH-Balanced Intimate Wipes are a great option for an easy and quick clean up before or after any kind of play. These hypoallergenic wipes are pre-moistened and packaged for easy, one-time use. Use them to clean up all parts of your body including the bum, penis, testicles, and vagina. You can also use these to clean places like your face, underarms, or other areas that might have gotten a little sweaty during intercourse. Use them to freshen up in between rounds, or when you’ve finished your intimate session.
Anal play newbies should also consider these tips:
- Use smaller toys - When you're new to anal play, starting slow and small is the best way to go. Start with something small and stimulating, then work your way up. Be sure to ONLY use toys with a flared base, it’s easy for toys to get stuck in the anus with no way out.
- Take it slow - Don’t rush into doing anal like the porn star pros. Anal can be uncomfortable without taking it at a reasonable pace. Remember to take it slow and speak up if you don’t like the feel of something.
- Communicate - Always remember to communicate with your partner about how you are feeling. Tell them what feels good and what doesn’t. Listen to their concerns and desires. Find out what works and take small steps to work your way up to full anal action.
We're all in this together! And by "in this together", we mean trapped inside the house with partners/spouses for the foreseeable future (if you're in a domestic relationship).
No matter where your relationship is at, or if you're just BORED in isolation together, there's always room to get creative and reconnect physically and emotionally. This list covers a multitude of activities that you can do tonight to help re-kindle intimacy in your relationship - and they don't all (have to) boil down to sex.
Are you looking to heat things up in the bedroom? Perhaps cool them down? Maybe a little bit of both? Welcome to Temperature Play 101....class is now in sesssion!
What IS Temperature Play, you ask? It’s a semi-kinky form of sensual play that stimulates the skin’s neuroreceptors, thus, heightening our sense of arousal. Basically...foreplay that will leave you and/or your partner shivering with excitement.
Coronavirus quarantine got ya climbing up the walls? If you haven't succumbed to the Ex Text, JUST SAY NO.
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Did we ever think we'd be writing a blog about how to keep things hot in a relationship during a global pandemic/quarantine? Definitely not.
Art by Violet Claire
Times are BIZARRE. However - to stay sane, we have to evolve with new societal rules and lifestyle regulations by getting creative with sex and self-pleasure.
We had the pleasure of sitting down for a fireside chat with anal sex queen Gia Derza to pick her brain for some anal sex tips that apply to everyone... whether you're vanilla, or experienced AF!
You may cringe because you may ASSociate anal sex with pain or embarrassment, but we think you found yourself here for a reason! ;-) Keep reading for Gia's buttsex gems!
And by "alternative", we mean "X-rated", of course.
Here are our favorite XXX ways to say it straight on Valentine's Day!
ONE WEEK until Valentine's Day! Feel like the walls are closing in and you're coming up short with ideas? Fret not! We've got the lowkey V-Day tips* that go above and beyond the classic traditions that you're used to.
*Not just Valentine's Day tips! (Especially number 1!)
1. SHE COMES FIRST.
Yes, when it comes to holding the door open.
Yes, when it comes to ordering your food at a restaurant.
Yes, when it comes to basically whatever comes to mind.
Most importantly, when it comes to actually COMING.*
That is all.
(Shop the ring in the photo here.)
2. Don't ask her what she wants to do for Valentine's Day. Take initiative and find a divey local spot to go to. Google is your friend! Yelp is your friend! -Or- something unconventional, like:
-Horror movie marathon
-Spiked root beer floats at home
3. Things to do if you're staying in:
-Take a free Love Languages test!
-Research your Erotic Blueprint
4. F%ck flowers! Valentine's Day is all about what's in your heart, not in the gift bag! We are betting that any partner in a relationship would prefer a card with a genuine love note than flowers that don't last. Check out these tips on how to write a non-sappy love letter.
5. If you DO insist on a gift, give the gift of pleasure. And by that, we mean give her something that she has to open in the bedroom. Our first-time sex toy blog for couples has ideas for every level of experience.
What should we add to this list? Tell us in the comments!
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and if you have ANY inclination to introduce a sex toy into the bedroom, NOW IS THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY.
Sure, you can gift the traditional roses or romantic dinner, but why let the romance stop when you get home? Foreplay actually starts way before you step foot in the bedroom - beginning with mental and emotional stimulation.
LOS ANGELES — Adult novelty manufacturers Bedroom Products and Rock Candy Toys are celebrating two awards from the 2020 ‘O’ Awards ceremony and the annual AVN Awards gala, respectively.
Bedroom Products received an ‘O’ Award in the Outstanding Lubricant, Product or Line category for their silicone-based bodyglide, Silky. Additional nominations included Outstanding Accessory Product (Heat massage candles) and Outstanding Supplement or Enhancement (Climax clitoral enhancement serum). The company was also recognized for Enhancement Manufacturer of the Year at the 2020 AVN Awards, which they were awarded in 2018.