Monday, May 6, 2013

Down to it

What it looks like

When you get down to it, a butt plug is a simple device, and really, the simpler the design (form follows function), the better the experience. Of course there are plugs with ridges, plugs with tails, plugs that are little busts of people, fists, etc., but the function of a butt plug is to...well...plug the butt. When a good butt plug is in place, there's nowhere for it to go—not in, not out—nothing to do but just keep the sphincter closed around the shaft and to hold the plug itself firmly into place. Plugs are not meant to be dildos and are not intended to be used in an in-out motion. You slide one in, it pops into place, and you're good to go. Literally, with a good plug with a notable difference between the head and the shaft, you could go jogging, play tennis, go hiking, take a stroll, attend a fancy dinner party—or, as one guy put it on Twitter, give presentations on stage.

As we see from this first shot of a plugged male ass, once you put on clothing, it would be more evident that he has an erection than it is that he's wearing a butt plug. As we can also see, the plug fits snugly against the anal opening, and the base is large enough to prevent the plug from disappearing inside.

As one might also imagine, once a butt plug is firmly in place, all sorts of sensations occur simultaneously, from the slight pressure on the prostate and the precum it produces, the feel of the sphincter continually trying to close around the shaft of the plug, the slippery physical sensation as one moves on the whole apparatus, and finally some describe the delicious feeling of fullness. I like all of that, and by wearing a plug continuously throughout the day and night, I get a whole cascade of feelings from even the simplest of movements. Finally, just that threshold of getting past the sphincter before the plug pops into place is a thrill...

Again, for the straight guys who might be wondering what anal play and plugging feels like, I suggest starting right after the morning BM and shower. Get a little lube, not a whole hand full of Crisco, and just run your finger around the anal opening. And for heaven's sake, don't just ram your finger in like the insensitive sports doctor might to check your prostate. Be loving and gentle at first, and once you see how nice it feels in the privacy of your own home, with no one around—by yourself—allow yourself to enjoy these first tentative feelings. Shop online here...

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Living Plugged

The Genesis...

I got the idea for this blog from reading a blog titled Living the Butt Plug Lifestyle, which was updated until January 2012. It inspired me to get back into butt plugging. I had done it regularly in the mid and late 1990s, and then fell out of habit. Back then I wore a plug as much as I could, even drove cross country to a wedding wearing it, sleeping in it, and I enjoyed it. But also back then the materials and configuration of the butt plugs were inferior to what is available today. The base on those plugs eventually caused irritation and so wearing them long term wasn't really realistic, without a lot of dedicated pain, which for me took away from the pleasure.

So a few years elapsed and I started looking at today's butt plugs online and I was amazed. I especially like the stainless steel and glass plugs because they are by far the most hygienic and allow the use of silicone-based lubes that don't dry out and don't require re-lubing every couple of hours. As I write this, I have been plugged for more than twenty-four hours. In fact, I'm going for 48 hours. The plug I am wearing right now is called the Neptune Blue Plug (click HERE and be taken directly to the toy store where I bought it. Look for the picture of the blue plug and click). It is six inches long, with an insertable length of four inches. The business end of the plug is egg-shaped with the widest part being 1.5 inches in diameter (easy for intermediate pluggers). Notice that the base is a ring and that the plug is angled. If it is worn forward, pressing on the prostate, it is better for short term use and good prostate stimulation. If the angle part is worn toward the back (as I am wearing it now) it is good for almost endless long-term wear. Of course, in a 24-hour period my body goes through at least two waste elimination cycles, which makes it necessary to remove for BMs and clean-up, which I accomplish with an enema. I also remove it to shower, so that I can get my anus clean. During a shower, I also like to massage the area around the anus.

Many guys use butt plugs with wide necks, so that their sphincters are stretched and they can achieve "gaping." I understand this goal. It helps prepare them for cocks or strap-ons (in the case of straight men) or dildos, the bigger the better. But I wear a butt plug as an end in itself—for the sheer delight and continual edging it allows me. I can clinch my ass muscles and work up a hands-free erection anywhere, any time. Whenever I move, or get up from a sitting position, or walk, or turn over in bed, my plug lets me know it is there. That's my goal, getting that continual stimulation and the cascade of thrills to my butt.