Learning to Identify a Prostate Massage Toy
The prostate massage toy is unique from any other sex toy you could purchase. While there are literally hundreds of different designs for the female sex toy, the prostate toy is generally the same, even though it may have different features. Knowing the basics of these toys will make it easy for you to identify a toy that is marketed incorrectly, and you will be able to avoid expensive purchases of a toy that just won’t work.
In this article, you will learn the following:
- Common design principles of the prostate massage toy
- How to tell a prostate massage toy just by looking at it
- Why it makes sense to use a prostate massage toy instead of a traditional vibrator
Look at all of the different toys available for anal stimulation, and you are likely to get dizzy. There are tons of different kinds, including butt plugs, vibrating anal beads, and many other crazy inventions. Not a single one of these is designed with prostate stimulation in mind, though, and that leads to a lot of guys wondering just how they are supposed to stimulate their prostate.
The good news is that any prostate toy is designed with the same “basic” features. The first thing that you are looking for is a bulbous tip or head. This tip is what will actually provide the stimulation required to induce a prostate orgasm. If you are looking other toys, you will notice that many of them also have a “head” but it is often designed to mimic the head of a penis. This is not what you are looking for.
Instead, you want a toy that has a rounder, more bulbous head. Take a good look at the mangasm Rush for the perfect example of this type of design. Almost every single prostate toy will share this feature, although some may have a head that is not as pronounced. Others may have a bulbous head that also curves, making the tip look like a “j” that hasn’t quite completed the turn. Again, looking at the Rush will help clarify all of this.
So why is this design feature so important to these toys? Well, a toy that is designed for vaginal stimulation, or stimulation of the orifice by stretching it (such as a butt plug or anal beads) is not going to actually produce stimulation of the prostate gland. You need the bulbous tip or “j” shape in order to actually touch and stimulate the prostate, which sits behind a thin fleshy coating on the top of the anus.
A toy that is designed properly will also stimulate the gland as soon as it is inserted. You don’t have to worry about awkward angling and back and forth motions in order to receive the type of stimulation needed for the prostate orgasm. These design principles also help to make these toys much safer. The prostate gland is a sensitive gland, and too much pressure can damage it and lead to health problems.
Thankfully, using a properly designed toy carries almost no risk at all. It is actually more dangerous to use your finger for the stimulation of your gland than it is to use a toy that is designed for this purpose.
Many of these toys will also include a perineum stimulating wand at the base, and toys that are designed well (like the Rush) will contain a ring that you can use to remove the toy easily when done.
Remember to keep your toy clean and use lots of lube. If you keep these things in mind, your prostate massage toy will provide untold amounts of pleasure.