Best Beginners’ Penis Plug

Sleek & Hollow Penis Plug

Sleek & Hollow Penis Plug

Many beginner users starting to experiment with urethral stimulation wonder about the best beginners penis plug to try. It is very important to find and appropriate urethral toy to use, since this is the only way to stay safe during urethral play. Using toys that are not suitable for beginners is not recommended.

This is why it’s not surprising that many people wish to know about the best beginners penis plugs and other urethral toys made for newbies. While each person is an individual, there are some things all beginners need to keep in mind when choosing an appropriate penis plug for themselves.

How to Choose the Best Beginners’ Penis Plug?

Here are some quick tips on how to choose the best beginners’ penis plug that will help you stay safe and enjoy your urethral play:

  • General rule of thumb is: short penis plugs are the best for beginners. Remember, your urethra is not trained so you can’t take long urethral toys. When in doubt, start with a short penis plug and build your way up from there.

  • While thin urethral toys are actually bad for beginners, this mainly goes for long, thin urethral sounds and other urethral toys. Small penis plugs are often made with beginners in mind, so they tend to be both short and thin (though not too thin to be harmful).

  • For the above reason, you can use a thin penis plug, but make sure that it has a smooth, round or otherwise gentle tip. You have to avoid injuries and other problems. Remember, no sharp plugs should be inserted – these are reserved only for the most experienced users! As a beginner, make sure that your penis plug has a smooth tip.

  • Also, make sure that your chosen penis plug has something to keep it outside. A ring you can use to pull it out is a good way to ensure safety. Remember, you need to be able to take the plug out before it goes too deep.

  • If you are ok with cock rings, choose a penis plug with a glans ring. The ring will keep the plug in place and prevent it to go out or too deep. At the same time, it will provide additional stimulation during use.

  • Choose a smooth penis plug. Textured plugs with ribs and beads are more intense so they don’t make the best beginners’ penis plug. At the same time, small textured plugs are not too overwhelming so beginners can use them – but only if they’re already familiar with smooth penis plugs. So, start with small, smooth plugs and move to textured ones when you are ready.

  • Watch out for trouble! If, at any point, you feel sharp pain, deep pain, prolonged discomfort, swelling, blood, discharge, loss of sensation or any other problem, make sure to consult your doctor immediately! Remember, urethral stimulation is an activity that carries certain risks and you need to act quickly if you notice any problems in order to prevent injuries and other serious issues.

  • Consult a kink-friendly doctor. In order to stay safe and to enjoy your urethral play consult a kink-friendly doctor before you attempt to use urethral toys. Your doctor will ensure that it is safe for you to perform urethral stimulation. This doctor will also give you advice on how to stay safe. Make sure to follow all of your doctor’s advice. It is crucial to follow all safety guidelines in order to have a happy urethral play you will enjoy.

About Craig:
Craig Rutledge is a staff writer for TheChainGang. His main interests include sex toys for men, particularly urethral sounds and ball stretchers. He is also a proud owner of numerous body piercings. He says: “I am happy to contribute with my experience and knowledge about various penis toys and stretching devices. There is still so much unknown about things like urethral sounding, ball stretching or male chastity and it needs to change. I will share my experience and advice in order to help men, young and old, to discover these toys and have the best fun”. In addition to writing, Craig also answers questions and provides handy advice for people learning more about extreme sex toys for men.

One thought on “Best Beginners’ Penis Plug

  1. As a plug diameter, I would simply take the diameter of the largest dilator I can introduce. After approximately 2 to 3 weeks the plug will drop out and you can introduce the next larger one. A plug with an olive shape and a slender neck has proven to be beneficial, of course with longitudinal drilling. The plug slips in and then you can not feel in any more, because it fits perfectly into the navicular urethrae fossa. The next plug should be only 0.5mm larger in diameter. 1mm jumps are too much.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *