• Newbie Question About njoy Plugs

    gota17 [sign in to see picture]
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    (wall of text incoming for background purposes)

    Hey everyone, 24yo male here, and I've been experimenting with anal play - namely butt plugs - for a month or two now. My first two plugs were the Lovehoney Classic Silicone Slimline Medium Butt Plug http://www.lovehoney.com/product.cfm?p=34318 and the Doc Johnson Red Boy Medium Butt Plug http://www.lovehoney.com/product.cfm?p=16748 (don't worry, I've stopped using this one after reading up on body-safe materials). My most recent acquisitions were the Doc Johnson Spectra Gel Anal Stuffer http://www.lovehoney.com/product.cfm?p=8566 (which I haven't and probably won't use for body-safe reasons) and the Lovehoney Butt Tingler 5 Function Vibrating Butt Plug Large http://www.lovehoney.com/product.cfm?p=28503.

    The Slimline (4in circumference) is super easy for me now, and before I stopped using it, I was getting relatively comfortable with the Red Boy (5.25in circumference) - I could get it in in 2 minutes without warmup. I'm still getting used to the Butt Tingler's 5.5in circumference, but it's not too much trouble after a little coaxing back and forth with plenty of lube.

    ANYWAYS, all that to say that I've already purchased the njoy Pure Plug Large Stainless Steel Butt Plug http://www.lovehoney.com/product.cfm?p=9042, which, with its 4.7in circumference, I'm pretty sure I'll be able to handle no problem once it arrives on Tuesday. My question is this: is it worth purchasing the njoy 2.0, which boasts the hefty 5.6in circumference, and will I be able to handle it at this stage? How does inserting the metal compare to the silicone? Insertion/removal are my main areas of concern at the moment.

    Thank you all in advance!

    NatandTom [sign in to see picture]
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    I would wait and see how you get on with the large first. Whilst the measurements sound comfortable/manageable for you, you need to take into account that metal is much heavier than silicone.

    I usually find glass and metal toys feel larger than they are too, as the material has no give. Silicone toys generally have some flex or squish to them, which is why they're easier to insert and get used to. There's no rush to progress to the largest toys straight away, pace yourself a bit and don't rush or you may end up hurting yourself!

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