25.01.2023 - 23:21 / glamour.com
released its newest —a cutesy take on this —with a big, beautiful heart at the base. The heart-shaped jewel plug, which retails for $125 but is currently on sale for $94, has 15 vibration patterns and six speeds, which you can control through a button on the toy itself or via a remote that works from up to 30 feet away. It comes in hot pink and fire-red, as well as four different sizes: S/M, M/L, L/XL, and XXL. It's splash-proof (meaning good for the shower, but probably not the bath) and made of body-safe silicone.
When you order it, it arrives in the mail with a bag, a charger (each charge lasts you an hour and a half), a product guide, and a general guide to anal play. Courtesy of brandCourtesy of brandBefore testing out the Vibrating Jewel Plug, I had only put one other thing up my butt in my life—. And so, I did everything possible to make the experience as comfortable and pleasurable. I first teased my clit with a vibrator, then used more than seemed humanly necessary and tried easing in the S/M plug. No luck.
It wouldn't go in. It almost went in a couple of times, but it hurt too much to keep going.After a few failed attempts, I reached out to the brand's founder , who explained to me that beginners might want to start with a smaller product, like the brand's . After getting comfortable with that, she said, you can work up to the S/M plug, which is slightly larger.
“Some people also use them vaginally,” she told me. It had never occurred to me that a butt plug could go in your vagina, but there was really no reason why not. Sinclair just recommends washing it with antibacterial soap before using it vaginally if you have already used it anally. (You should be anyway).Since I didn't want to push myself to do.