Monday, September 14, 2015

What are the Long-Term Side Effects of Living Plugged?

The good news is that there are none!

I've virtually had a plug in my ass for two and a half years, day and night. And I've used steel and glass exclusively. These are two materials that are simply unforgiving. They form the rectum and sphincter by hard, unrelenting solidity. Even still, when I remove the plug for cleanup, bowel movements, and enemas, all I really get is temporary stretching. Right after removal, I can get four fingers into the rectum with no problem, but, let's say on a day when I've got the runs and have had to leave the plug out for several hours (this happens very infrequently due to my diet and supplementation) when I insert it again, I have to take it slow and easy, just like the first time.

This means that I have not damaged my sphincter; this also means that my rectum is not permanently opened. One guy, writing about this subject has said that his plug has caused his rectum to be bigger. Again, I'd say two things: one, it is temporary; two, he's using a lot bigger plug than he really needs to use.

The bad news is that it is possible to permanently damage your ass hole, sphincter, and perhaps even the prostate. But if you apply sanity to your plugging and don't violently force a huge plug, fist, or other object into your rectum, the resilience of the marvelous body will return to normal with discontinued use.

I think I could easily go from my two-inch diameter plug to say three inches. I could also widen the shaft, and lengthen the overall plug to amp up the sensations. Butt...I'm not going to, unless NJOY or Icicles come out with the same design of plug (angled head, comfortable ring base) in a bigger size.

There is a pastor (whom I call "Pastor Poop Chute") who likes to go on the religious talk shows and claim that gay men eventually become incontinent and have to wear diapers. Yes, there may be some men (gay or straight) who get so reckless with their rectums that they do permanent damage. None of us need to be that man, and we can engage in delicious anal play from now until we grow old and never damage the rectum, sphincter, or prostate.

Other than possible damage (through reckless and violent plugging) to the butt hole that I've just talked about, I can think of no other issue regarding long-term plugging. I'm not an expert, by any means, but my own experience tells me that plugging, rather than being dangerous, is healthy, precisely because the body is best treated when exercised, from the muscles to frequent milking of the prostate, to keeping the sphincter active. A sedentary lifestyle will cause much more temporary damage (in the way of hemorrhoid) than using a butt plug to keep the sphincter exercised.

Okay, here’s one for heterosexual men and their GFs. Nice!

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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Why Men Should Plug Their Butts

Prostate Massage and Cure for Hemorrhoids

These are two reasons why men should plug their butts, at least a few hours a day or a few times a week: prostate massage and prevention of hemorrhoids. One of the most important reasons for men to use a butt plug is to regularly massage and work the prostate on a deeper level than the effect of normal ejaculation. While frequent masturbation or sex culminating in an ejaculation is good for the prostate, there's nothing like a prostate milking to tone up and improve prostate function. Guys, the only way to get to the prostate for a thorough milking is to go in through the anus.

I just couldn't help throwing this
one in here. Let's pretend that he's
that "fluffed" because he's wearing
a butt plug!
Many straight men, fortunately, have discovered the joy of anal stimulation and have hopefully gotten over the idea that if you play with your rectum you're gay. The surprising statistic is that less than half of gay men engage in anal intercourse, so it's not a "gay" thing. I'm not disparaging gay men, since I am a gay man, but I want my straight brothers to use all those delicious nerve endings in the anal opening and get to the prostate from the inside. It's a healthy thing to do, as well as opening up another avenue for sexual enjoyment.

Those who have read this blog know that I personally stay plugged 24/7/365, but that's just my thing. But I can readily attest to the fact that plugging is a healthy and beneficial activity. It DOES cure hemorrhoids or prevents them from occurring in the first place. Of course my experience is with glass and metal plugs, and I cannot attest to whether the porous and somewhat less comfortable rubber plugs will do as good a job on the prevention of hemorrhoids. Before I started plugging regularly, I had hemorrhoids that tortured me most days with unrelenting itching, bleeding, and discomfort. I had tried Tucks medicated pads and that oily Preparation H just to give me some relief. Even wiping after a bowel movement was torture. I had begun to refer to my anus as my "rusty" butt, and though I would have to suffer from 'roids the rest of my life. It wasn't until December of 2012 that I began my tentative journey into living plugged. I started out with a silicone plug that felt good for a couple of hours and then I had to remove it. It was the classic conical shape and stayed put well, but it was just too intrusive and I don't know if it would have cured my "rusty" butt had I been able to keep it in. But I couldn't.

Everything feels better when you're wearing a plug.
My next plug was the NJOY medium and while it was comfortable for a lot longer than the silicone plug, eventually the rather sharp-edged oval base irritate the very tender skin around my anus. By the time April of 2013 came around I had discovered the NJOY-shaped glass plugs, with the exception being the donut or ring base. From the moment I worked the plug into my butt and kept it in, I discovered it was 100 percent comfortable no matter how long I kept it in.

I don't need to chronicle the last two years and 5.5 months that I've lived plugged in this post. But I can say that even with the angled head turned away from my prostate (for long-term wear), I get ample prostate milking throughout the day and night that my prostate is never swollen, and I haven't had not a single hemorrhoid on my anus in the last two years and six months.

This is why I urge all men to plug regularly. You don't have to be someone's slave to initiate the plugging. You don't have to try to live plugged, as I do, nor do you have to be ashamed of the wonderful pleasure and stimulation that plugging can offer. Just do it. You have everything to gain with this activity and nothing to lose. If your male or female partner is averse to anal play, make it a solo activity.

Plugged and ready to go out in public:

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