While there are a ton of anal pleasure myths to be debunked, one thing’s for certain, our lack of knowledge and the mystery surrounding it is part of its appeal.
Why Anal Stimulation
Due to its high concentrations of nerve endings the anus can be considered a natural erogenous area. It is similar to the penis or clitoris. It turns out it’s not all hype or Porn-created ideals after all. The anus is extremely sensitive to pressure and touch, which can magnify sensations significantly when combined with other forms of stimulation.
A LELO recently conducted an orgasm survey It was found that 27% of all orgasms were caused by multiple stimulation. That’s not to say that anal stimulation is limited to those with vulvas. While prostate massage has been around since the beginning of time, it’s just recently made its way into the spotlight. So, Anal play, regardless of your anatomy is worth a try, even if it affects penises and vulvas in different ways.
What are Anal beads?
Anal beads are sex toys made of a string and beads. They are inserted into the anus to stimulate the nerve endings. Anal beads stimulate the body through movement, not just insertion and removal.
How does LELO Beads Noir work?
When you’re choosing your first set of anal beads, quality is the way to go. Of course, the anus can take a pounding (literally), but any sex toys we’re inserting into our bodies should be made of 100% body-safe material. The LELO Beads Noir are not only incredibly sexy accessories for heightened pleasure, they’re also made from ABS silicone with a sturdy string. They are ideal for backdoor play due to their semi-transparent blackness.
LELO Beads Noir can be used for anal pleasure and double as Ben Wa Balls. This means they can also be used as Kegel exercises or vaginal foreplay. All LELO beads are based on the kinetic energy generated by an inner ball moving around the outer casing. Basically, it sends off a vibration that engages your vagina or anus depending on what stimulation you’re after.
Donna is a Volonté contributor and freelancer who lives in San Francisco with her understanding husband and not-so-understanding teenage sons. Her work has been published by The Journal of Sexology. She is currently writing a book about love language.