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Alien Abduction Aside, What is an Anal Probe?Truth be told, there’s very little difference between an anal probe and the other sex toys that it bears a resemblance to. That said, the key difference between the anal probe and something like a dildo or but plug, is that a probe is longer and thinner and meant to explore more areas. The anal cavity contains a great deal of nerve endings that some sex toys might not reach. Utilizing a probe has the potential to allow you to experience orgasms and take pleasure to the absolute limit.
Choosing the Ideal ProbeIf you feel like an anal probe might be your gateway to a brave new world of pleasure, it’s simply a matter of choosing the right one. There are four attributes that go into selecting the perfect anal probe, and we’ll now go over each one.
Size: This one is a no-brainer. When it comes to anal probes, size matters. If you’re new to the game and in the process of purchasing your first one, you might want to get one that’s not too long. One of decent length that’s perfectly straight will be more than ideal for you.
Material: Similar to dildos and vibrators, anal probes are constructed from a variety of materials. The three most common are silicone, glass, and steel. For a rigid experience, glass and steel are recommended. If you’re new or you just prefer a gentle penetration, silicone is your best bet,
Texture: For first-time users, we recommend something smooth that can be easily lubricated prior to use. More experienced users can opt for one with bumps and penile structures to come into contact with more nerve endings.
Shape: Similar to the texture and size, the shape of your probe will make all of the difference in your adventures. Length is important, but always remember to get one with a flared base. It’s not fun when toys come up missing.