I’ve always been curious about dildos, so I did some research on whether they’re safe for anal usage. Wow, the debate on this topic is huge, and it turns out there are pros and cons to using them. It’s a real ‘yes and no’ situation.
First of all, the material is important. Dildos made of materials which are porous such as jelly or vinyl could be hazardous. That’s because bacteria might be present in the material and that could potentially make you ill. The main thing to consider is that it’s easy to forget to use condoms with these types of dildos, and that can lead to problematic exposure to potential contaminants.
On the other hand, dildos made of non-porous materials such as silicone and glass are much safer. Sure, you still need to clean them both inside and out before and after use with soap and warm water. But you don’t have to worry about coming into contact with bacteria in the materials. That makes a huge difference.
Then there’s the size you chose, which could either go well, or be too extreme for anyone’s anus. Generally speaking, if you’re anally inexperienced it’s best to start out small and work your way up. That’ll help you prevent any harm coming your way, and minimize the effect of anal paralysis. It’s also a good idea to apply lubricant if you are using a dildo for anal use. That will make it much more comfortable and pleasurable.
Overall, it’s important to take precautions when it comes to dildos and anal use. Make sure you use quality, non-porous materials, and go slow when it comes to size. When you do that, you’ll elude any nasty surprises, and have fun with your toy.
Next, it’s important to know the different types of dildos to make sure you choose the right one for yourself. If you’re anally experienced then the choice is pretty straight forward; however, those who are inexperienced should prefer smaller, smoother models as they’re less likely to cause any harm or discomfort.
But there are also other more innovative types to explore, such as ones that can vibrate or plug into virtual reality devices. While there is heightened risk with these types, a responsible use with the right accessories would likely make them enjoyably safe.
Finally, there’s the extra accouterment you may want to consider. Fleshing out your anal experience could involve anything from harnesses to neck and waist straps, with or without extra accessories such as light or sound controls. Going this extra bit of mile may trigger and exciting experience if done prudently.
So it turns out that dildos are actually ok for anal use, as long as you’re mindful of each step of the process. The key here is being mindful of the type of material you’re using, what size is right for your experience level, and what extra features are covered in your package. With a bit of extra care you could really enjoy this adventure.