Curious About Playing With Your Butt? These Toys Are Here To Help
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Whether you already know the magic of stimulating your P-spot or you’re brand new to prostate play, using a toy can not only help you hit the right spot, it can also open doors for the most intense orgasms you’ve ever experienced.
Finding the right toy can be tough, especially since there’s such a wide variety of plugs and massagers on the market that really run the gamut in terms of functionality. Which one’s right for you? Well, that depends on where you’re starting and how you prefer to use your toy.
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When introducing anything into your anus, it’s important to take it slow — even if you’re a seasoned pro. “Begin your prostate practice with first positioning your body comfortably on a couch or a bed with your back able to rest,” says Megwyn White, sexual wellness expert and director of education for sex toy brand Satisfyer.
“Bend your knees, and draw them towards you as you apply a water-based lubricant,” she instructs. “Massage the area in a steady motion as you drop your breath more deeply into your body to help relax the muscles. When ready, place the tip of your plug of choice against the outer area. Use direct pressure with a slight circular motion to help stimulate the tissues and continue inserting until you are about 2 inches in towards the belly in order to reach the prostate.”
If that sounds exciting and you’re ready to find the right fit for you, here are a few of the top-rated prostate toys to consider:
Lovehoney Get Started Beginner’s Anal Kit
Best for: Beginners and couples
If your partner wants to get in on your quest for P-spot stimulation, this introductory kit from Lovehoney has everything you’ll both need to explore uncharted territory. Men can choose various sizes of toys based on either their mood and/or capacity as the kit comes with four toys that vary in size and shape, which allows you to experiment and gradually increase your intake when you’re ready.
£34.99 at Lovehoney
Desire Luxury Rechargeable Remote Control Prostate Massager
Best for: Hands-free prostate and perineum pleasure
If you want to stimulate both hot spots without the hassle, look no further than this remote-control massager from Desire. “With twin stimulators treating two of your most sensitive areas to a seriously impressive array of vibrations (8 patterns and 12 levels of intensity), it’s a pleasure powerhouse,” says Lovehoney sexpert Cecile Sharpe. “While the bulbed, angled head offers deep, precise P-spot pressure, a textured perineum stimulator massages the sensitive area between the anus and scrotum.”
£74.99 at Lovehoney
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Lovehoney Basics Triple Butt Plug Training Set
Best for: Beginners looking to experiment
When you’re putting stuff in your butt, you want to start small and work your way up. This plug trio from Lovehoney starts at a tiny 2.5 inches long with a 3 inch circumference at its widest, meaning that it’s small enough for beginners looking to experiment to find what feels best. Take your time, explore in a slow and steady way, and remember to listen to your body
£19.99 at Lovehoney
Doc Johnson OptiMALE P-Massager
Best for: Cheap thrills
This simple yet effective massager from Doc Johnson is also easy on your wallet. Not to mention, it’s also doctor recommended (also by other than Johnson). . “A good prostate massager will be lightweight, thin, and have both internal and external pressure points for maximal enjoyment,” says Dr. Evan Goldstein, who favors the wide base and pull ring on this toy, which ensures it won’t move too far into the anal canal. This P-massager also stimulates the perineum, doubling your pleasure.
£10.67 at Amazon
Adam & Eve 3-Point Prostate Massager
Best for: Intermediate and advanced prostate toy users
“This toy is for the experienced man who desires more stimulation with thicker, deeper, and more vibrating enjoyment,” says Skyler. Larger than the other toys on the list, this three-point massager also features 10 different vibration speeds that range in intensity. “Because of its larger size, it works to really help a man feel ‘full,’” Skyler explains. “This sense of fullness is very enjoyable to many men, and further supports prostate exploration and pleasure.”
£64.56 at Amazon
b-Vibe Snug Plug 2
Best for: Sensation without intense vibration
If you’re looking for subtle stimulation that hits the spot, the 2.0 version of b-Vibe’s Snug Plug might be the right fit. “The subtle motion of the plug — as you move — hits the prostate just right during play,” says Alicia Sinclair, CEO of b-Vibe. “We also suggest folks do Kegels while wearing them (yes, Kegels are for bodies with a penis too!) to really make the most of the sensation from the resulting ‘tapping’ sensation on the prostate.” Plus, the Snug Plug line comes in five different sizes, so you can always go bigger if you find yourself wanting more intensity.
£39.90 at Amazon
LELO HUGO Remote Controlled Prostate Massager
Best for: Stimulation that’s worth the splurge
This prostate massager comes with all the high-tech bells and whistles, but is still easy enough for first-timers to use. “Sleekly designed to be appropriate for beginners yet satisfying for more intermediate users, the HUGO is great for prostate stimulation because it’s shaped in a way that really hits the prostate, and can even be used to induce a hands-free prostate orgasm,” explains Dr. Zhana Vrangalova, LELO sexpert and NYU professor of human sexuality. “The vibration is deep and strong, and you can choose between several patterns to find the ones that work best.” Plus, you can hand the remote over to your partner if they want to get in on the fun.
£127.49 at Amazon
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