Alternative Anal Toys (Things you can use instead of dildos, butt plugs, would recommend buying a toy)

You're curious, we get it, and there's no shame in wanting to experiment beyond the conventional. Your ingenuity in seeking out new paths to pleasure is acknowledged here.

However, it's essential to approach your exploratory endeavors with a healthy dose of common sense. After all, your safety and well-being shouldn't be compromised, and rushing into the unknown can lead to some less-than-desirable outcomes.

This guide is here to hold your hand through the maze of alternatives, offering temporary solutions for when the mood strikes and the toy drawer is empty. We want to ensure that your journey into alternative anal play is as risk-free as possible. 

Horny But Don’t Have a Toy? No Problem!

Before you start eyeing that suspiciously shaped vase, let's talk safety, creativity, and how to get your kicks without taking unnecessary risks.

It's totally possible to improvise safely and responsibly. Remember, the key here is to be mindful of your body's limits and comfort levels. Whatever you do, it should feel good and never painful. 

Fruits/Vegetables

Who knew the produce aisle could double as an adult novelty section? When selecting a fruit or vegetable to use for play, consider the size and firmness. Pick something smooth and manageable like carrots or cucumbers. They naturally taper, which makes for easier insertion.

And this should go without saying, but wrap that veggie in a condom. It's not just about keeping things clean; it's about keeping bacteria at bay.

Got a thing for frozen treats? Freezing a banana can give it that extra firmness. But remember—condom on, and don't leave it in the freezer aisle of your body for too long. Once you're done, show some respect for the fruit of your labor and dispose of it properly.

Handles

Now, if you're looking at household items, some do come with convenient handles. Hairbrushes, kitchen utensils—you name it. If it has a handle and it's not doing double duty stirring soup, you might have a winner. Just make sure that handle is smoother than a jazz tune to prevent any nasty nicks.

And seriously, if it doesn't have a flared base or a grip, don't even think about it. The last thing you want is an embarrassing trip to the ER. Slip a condom over that handle not just for cleanliness, but also to make things glide easier. 

Beads

f you've got a necklace or a chain with large, smooth beads, you've got yourself an impromptu toy for anal stimulation. Just remember – safety first! You'll want to ensure that the string is sturdy. The last thing you want is a bead detaching mid-use.

Here's what you do: clean those beads thoroughly before and after you get down to business. And yes, always, always slip a condom over them. It's not just about keeping things tidy; it's about your safety. Don't even think about using beads made of materials that could shatter or break. 

And one more thing – steer clear of tiny beads. They're not just a pain to retrieve but could also be a choking hazard. You want your play to be memorable for all the right reasons, not because of a 911 call.

Candles

Candles are not just for setting the mood anymore! Choose candles that are thick and have enough firmness for anal play, akin to how one might seek a particular firmness or flexibility. You're looking for that Goldilocks zone – not too soft, not too hard, just right. And check the label; make sure that candle wax is non-toxic and safe for skin contact. 

Now, scented or colored candles might seem like a good idea for setting the atmosphere, but when it comes to your sensitive areas, they're a no-go. They can cause irritation faster than you can blow out a flame. So, plain and simple is the way to go here.

Always Use Condoms

You might be getting innovative with your choice of toys, but when it comes to keeping things clean, condoms are your best friend. Rolling on a condom over your chosen object doesn't just reduce the risk of infections but will also make your post-play cleanup easy. Forget about scrubbing away – just remove the condom, and you're done. Plus, they keep any bodily fluids from staining your impromptu toys.

Condoms can also make everything slide and glide with ease. They provide a smoother surface, which can make insertion more comfortable. Just remember to lube up.

Don’t Lose Your Homemade Toys

When you're inserting something up your butt, always go for items with a flared base or handle. They act like a stop sign, telling your toy, "This is as far as you go, buddy." It's a safety feature that can't be overlooked because it prevents the item from slipping completely inside.

Avoid anything that could shatter, splinter, or break. You're looking for pleasure, not a DIY surgery kit. Objects that can break apart are a definite no-go because they can lead to all sorts of nasty complications you don't even want to think about. 

But accidents happen. If, despite your best efforts, an item does play hideaway inside you, don't let embarrassment hold you back. Get to a doctor, stat. They've seen it all and things like this happen every day. Their primary concern is your health and safety. Plus, you'll have one heck of a story to not tell at parties.

Safety First: Understanding the Risks of Improvising

Let's address the risks of using DIY methods for anal play. Obviously, household items aren't designed for this and can lead to injuries or infections. Ensure anything you use has a non-porous surface to prevent germ buildup. Be alert for signs of allergic reactions like redness or swelling.

Household items can also get stuck, posing serious risks, so opt for items that won't completely disappear but aren't so large they cause harm, avoiding anything breakable. If an item does get lodged internally, don't panic or attempt removal yourself; seeking professional help is crucial. Remember, safety first ensures a pleasurable experience without the horror stories.

Hygiene and Cleaning: Keeping It Safe

Whether it's a carrot with a condom or a handle wrapped in latex, give it a good wash. Use a mild, non-irritating soap or a specialized toy cleaner that's gentle on both your homemade toy and your body. You're going for pleasure, not an itch or rash!

Now, drying is just as crucial as cleaning. Make sure your item is completely dry before you store it away. Dampness is a playground for mold and mildew, and you definitely don't want those crashing your intimate party. Pat it down with a clean towel or air dry it to be extra safe.

Sometimes, the best cleaning method is not needing to clean at all. Think disposable. If you can use an item just once and then toss it—do it. It's a surefire way to ensure maximum hygiene and peace of mind.

The Role of Lubrication in Safe Play

If you're improvising with items that aren't traditionally meant for anal play, you should know that some materials can react badly with certain lubes. For instance, latex and oil are sworn enemies. So, if you've wrapped your makeshift toy in a condom for safety, steer clear of oil-based lubricants. They'll weaken the latex and could cause it to break.

Instead, why not turn to water-based or silicone-based lubricants? These are the safer alternatives and they're versatile enough to pair with most materials. Water-based lubes are the jack-of-all-trades—they're compatible with just about everything, and they're easy to clean up. Silicone-based lubes, on the other hand, have a superpower: they stay slick for ages and won't dry out quickly, which is fantastic for longer sessions.

When applying lubricant, don't just dollop it on the entry point. Be thorough. Coat the object evenly, and if you can, apply some directly to yourself as well. This double-duty approach sets the stage for a comfortable experience from start to finish.

When to Make the Switch to Professional Toys

After all that's said and done, consider investing in professional toys for your anal adventures. Think safety and satisfaction. Professional toys are designed with your body in mind, offering peace of mind that's as solid as the materials they're made of. No more worrying about an ER visit because your homemade gadget decided to go on an unplanned internal voyage.

Professional toys are a long-term investment. Quality sex toys can last years if you treat them right, saving you money and awkward explanations in the long run. Trust us, your wallet will thank you later.

Now, where to find these treasures without breaking the bank or your privacy? Look no further than the online world. There are plenty of reputable shops that offer affordable, discreet, and safe sex toys. They're shipped to your door in plain packaging.

So, when you're ready to make the switch, remember that professional toys are not just a purchase; they're a passport to pleasure, security, and a whole new realm of experiences. Go on, treat yourself—you deserve the good stuff!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Simone Brooks

A Southern-based author brings clarity to the intimate world of sex toys, focusing on user-friendly guides and reviews for dildos and nipple toys. Drawing from her past as an educator, she crafts content that enlightens and equips her readers, making the exploration of pleasure accessible to all. Beyond writing, she finds solace in nurturing her garden and roaming the countryside with her favorite dogs, where she gathers inspiration for her work.