Beginners should start with smaller plugs first. It takes time for the anus to get used to large objects inside it, so gradual exercise is best for the novice. For your first anal penetration, make sure to use lots of lubrication to lessen possible pain and discomfort. Avoid textured plugs as well to avoid extra friction. For first-timers, sleek and smooth plugs are recommended.
For the more experienced users, it is okay to use bigger and textured butt plugs. The kinkier plug styles are perfect for the experienced user, which can take plugs with larger heads and more textured shafts. There are butt plugs that are specially created for G-spot and prostate stimulation.
After you get the right butt plug for you, clean it first then put lots of lubricant. The type of lubricant should depend on the material that your plug is made of. Before putting the plug inside the anus, try to arouse yourself first. This will make the plug go in easier and make the initial penetration comfortable for you.
Take a deep breath and insert the plug very slowly. Try to relax as much as you can; if you’re tense, the muscles will tighten up and will make the insertion more difficult. After inserting it all the way in, give yourself a few minutes to get used to the feeling. If you don’t feel any pain or discomfort, stand up and move around to feel if the plug feels alright inside your anus. Same drill when you want to remove the plug; relax your muscles first before pulling the plug out.