The 9 Best Sex Toys For Pegging Your Partner

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Giddy up!

Pegging is an exciting new adventure. If you and your partner are considering trying it, kudos to you. It takes a lot of confidence and willingness to sexually explore to try something this kinky.

Truthfully, pegging is the best. It’s super-fun, hot, and intimate. It gives you the ability to experience sexuality in a way that you never could before. You don’t have a penis and now you do. It's a powerful form of role play that can take your sexuality to new heights.

 

 

The intimidating part is getting started. What do you even buy? Where do you go to get pegging equipment?

We’ve got the goods right here. Check out the best sex toys for pegging and everything you need to get started. These sex toys will help kick off your journey.

 

1. Butt plug

Before getting into pegging, you need to warm your partner up. You can’t just go sticking anything in the rear without proper practice. Get a small butt plug, lube it up, and work it into your partner’s butt.

Make sure his muscles are relaxed. Communicate on how you’re feeling and ask how he’s feeling. Practice with the butt plug for a few days. Move up to bigger sizes over the course of a few weeks. Once you’re both ready, you’ll be set to start pegging.

(Tantus, $34)

 

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2. Leather harness

The LBD of a harness is the Jaguar. If you’re looking for a classic look, this is it.

It is exactly what you think of when you imagine a dominatrix. It’s made of creamy leather and fits perfectly against your body using belt straps. You’ll feel confident and powerful wearing this harness. It’s certainly not for the faint of heart.

(Babeland, $110)

 

3. Spandex harness

For those of us looking for a more fun, simple strap-on, the Spare Parts spandex harness is just the thing. It’s a great choice for beginners. It isn’t as intense as the Jaguar but fits comfortably for all your pegging needs. When you’re finished using it, you can just toss it into the washing machine with your laundry.

(Babeland, $124)

 

4. Small non-phallic dildo

If you’re trying pegging for the first time, you may want to stay in the green zone and choose a dildo that isn’t super-phallic. With a male partner, seeing something extremely penis-esque can be scary. It’s rad that your partner is willing to try pegging in the first place, so make sure he feels comfortable by going with something you like.

The sweet spot is 5-6 inches in length. You don’t need to bound up with an 8-inch dildo from the get-go. We recommend the Silk in lavender. Its girthy head allows for prostate stimulation without being too scary.

(Amazon, $37)

 

5. Penis-like dildo

Maybe you want a dildo as close to a penis as possible. That’s fine, too.

If you want one of the best sex toys for pegging that resembles a penis, and your partner is into it, there is nothing better than the Goodfella. It comes in a variety of skin tone shades so you can either pick a toy completely different from what your partner is working with, or something similar. It’s totally up to you.

(Babeland, $134)

 

6. Vibrating dildo

Want to take it a step further? There is a toy for that.

For extra prostate stimulation, get a dildo that vibrates. The Bouncer looks just like a normal dildo but contains subtle vibrations. This can take prostate orgasms to the next level. The motion of penetration along with the vibrations makes for an incredible sexual experience.

(Babeland, $100)

 

Related: The Cold HARD Truth About What It's Like To 'Peg' A Guy

 

7. Water-based lube

Most dildos are silicon, so you want to make sure you’re using a lube that won’t cause damage. Silicon lube stays on well for anal sex, but it can corrode both the latex in condoms (depending on oil content) and the silicon on many dildos.

Go for a water-based lube when in doubt. We love the organic lube from Sustain. It stays on and makes for easy clean-up.

(Sustain Natural, $13)

8. Hybrid lube

Another amazing option from Babeland is their hybrid lube. It provides all the slip of silicon lube without any of the corrosion. It’s the best of both worlds.

(Babeland, $20)

 

9. O-ring

You may not have thought of this, but you need to buy O-rings to secure your dildo into the harness. These work by sitting at the base of the dildo so you don’t get any slippage.

They come in a variety of sizes so that you can mix and match with different sized dildos in the same harness. You can buy a pack of 4 so the party never has to stop.

(Babeland, $14)

 

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Gigi Engle is a writer and sex educator. Her work has appeared in Cosmo, Marie Claire, Glamour and many other places. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @GigiEngle.

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