Neither dirty, nor immoral, nor sinful. Anal penetration and stimulation has been around for as long as there have been human relationships. The anuses of both men and women have an abundance of nerve-endings, and if yours is treated well, you’ll be rewarded with some very pleasant sensations. All that remains is to banish those taboos — open your mind and relax your body. Pleasure awaits...
Neither dirty, nor immoral, nor sinful. Anal penetration and stimulation has been around for as long as there have been human relationships. And, yes — it extends far beyond homosexual practices. There are pre-Columbian figures representing heterosexual couples having anal sex, and Greek vessels from the 5th century BC showing happy soldiers engaging in sodomy with each other. Did they enjoy pain? Were they indecent and lustful people who sought to condemn themselves to the flames of eternal damnation? We’re going to take a wild guess here and say no. Leaving aside all religious dogmas, pleasure (when it’s consensual of course) is never indecent or obscene. And of course, if anal penetration were a kind of torture or ordeal, it wouldn't have been practised since the beginning of time (the human race isn't that dumb!).
There are far too many myths and misunderstandings surrounding anal sex. Is it practised exclusively by gay couples? Do women not enjoy it? if you try it and like it, are you gay? is it dirty? Can men stimulate themselves? The truth is that anyone can enjoy anal stimulation. The anuses of both men and women have an abundance of nerve-endings and if yours is treated well, you’ll be rewarded with some very pleasant sensations. The difference between the sexes is purely anatomical.
A man has his P-spot (equivalent to the female G-spot) located very close to his prostate. Massaging it can result in orgasms that are 33% more intense than those achieved through the glans penis. Nonetheless, women, while lacking a prostate, can also climax by way of the anus — especially if combined with stimulation of other erogenous zones. There are even women who claim that their clitoral orgasms are much more powerful when they stimulate (or are stimulated) through the anus at the same time. Saying that anal sex is just for homosexuals; or that if you like it, you must be gay, is like saying that if you like skipping — you're a ferret-loving psychopath! Flat-out stupidity!
Also, both men and women are able stimulate themselves on their own. Why wouldn't we? That's why hands and sex toys exist! And let's make one thing clear — if anal sex has existed since the world began, then masturbation started with the Big Bang! Now you’ll discover that, whether you're an experienced lover or a beginner whose eager to learn—all you need is the right dildo and a good lubricant. Relax, enjoy and read on.
If you're already familiar with us, you should know that we only work with the very best. Prestigious brands that dedicate great care and attention to every detail of their products — from the design to the quality of the materials. Here, you'll find the best anal dildos in different sizes and colours, because this is where size does matter — a great deal. The most important thing is not to rush — both when choosing it and using it. Take your time — think about the type of material you want your new dildo to be made of (silicone, glass, metal), its size (length and girth), and its colour. Is it your first time? Are you going to use it with a partner? Weigh up all your options and compare. Here, you’ll fine everything you were looking for at the best price.
The anus can be stimulated in many different ways, and as with most things — the foreplay is more important than the climax. If you're in a hurry, leave it for another occasion. You can start with caresses or with your tongue to moisten and relax the area. Keep the lube handy. You can choose a water-based, silicone, or a specific one for anal sex practices. Don't be stingy — apply generously to the body and to the dildo before starting penetration. The anus, unlike the vagina, doesn't self-lubricate. Adequate lubrication and the right toy will make insertion easier and more comfortable.
Obviously, you can use your dildo alone or with a partner. Most can be used with a harness and/or have a suction cup. The suction cup attaches easily to any smooth, flat surface, leaving your hands free and allowing you to choose the most comfortable position.
If you want to get started in the world of anal pleasure, it's best to start with a dildo that's not too big. No one rushes to climb Everest on the first day. Take it one step at a time. At EroticFeel, you’ll find anal dildos of all shapes and sizes. A perfect selection to help you progress through the levels of anal stimulation towards your black belt.
More experienced lovers — those who've already experienced the delights of anal pleasure — may be looking for stronger sensations. We have the most robust and powerful dildos — big enough to fill them full up with the joys of life. You know what you need more than anyone. The secret? No too much, and not too little.
The first thing you must bear in mind is that any anal toy — regardless of its shape, size, colour or material — must always have a stopper. This could take the form of a ring, a suction cup, a pair of testicles — anything that prevents the dildo for taking an unfortunate trip to the colon. This could take the form of a ring, a suction cup, a pair of testicles — anything that prevents the dildo for taking an unfortunate trip to the intestines. With this in mind, at EroticFeel we have anal dildos for all tastes and needs.
Browse our catalogue and choose according to length, thickness, colour and material (glass, silicone, metal).
Does size matter to you? You don't have to dress up your answer here — no dildo is going to be offended! Although some may find this surprising, not everyone wants to insert a 10-inch dildo into their body (and not everyone can). Some people get much more enjoyment out of 5 inches than they do out of 10. The most important thing is to know your own body. If this is the first time you've bought an anal dildo, go for something small, not too long and not too thick. You'll get a lot of pleasure from your anal dildo without discomfort, and you'll be able to move up in size if your body asks for more. There are different sizes because not everyone needs the same type of dildo.
All that remains is to banish those taboos — open your mind and relax your body. Pleasure awaits...