The concept behind anal beads is simple: they're generally inserted during foreplay and pulled out toward the end of sex, often trying to coincide with the moment of climax. A lot of people find using anal bead intensely pleasurable, and it can seriously heighten the sensations involved. As with all anal play, it's important to use plenty of lubricants and be extremely careful only to employ toys that were specifically designed for anal use. People of all genders and sexualities often enjoy playing with anal beads, but they can be especially great for anyone with a prostate - even if you're a little dubious, it's well worth trying them out once.
Small beads (often made of steel, plastic or silicone) sometimes of differing sizes, designed to push into the anal canal for extra stimulation during sex.
How do you use anal beads safely?
First of all, make sure the beads are designed to be used anally before starting. Make sure you use lots and lots of lube to ease the balls into the body. Make sure you clean your beads after use thoroughly, to avoid any infections that could happen.
Why choose anal beads?
This kind of toy is good for those starting out with anal play, as they aren’t very big and are easy to insert/remove.
Removing the balls during sex or at the point of orgasm can really add extra pleasure and stimulation. This is true for all people, but is even more fun for a person with a prostate.
I’ve never used anal beads before, what do I need to know?
When you’re picking anal beads to use for a first time there are a few things to consider. Look at the size of each bead. You want the first one to be small and tapered for easy insertion. You may want the same sized beads all along the set or you could get some that gradually get bigger.
Think about the material, make sure that the whole thing is easy to clean, smooth and not liable to chip or break. Silicone is especially good for those starting out as the material is giving but also long lasting.
Make sure when you get round to play that lots of lube is used and you take it slow both inserting and removing the beads. The sensations are intense and it takes time to get used to how the beads feel inside you and being removed.