How and Why Gay Men Use Sex Toys
Gay or straight, men love sex, and what makes sex extra fun? Sex toys! And it's never been a better time to be a gay man if you like to use sex toys, because there are lots of fun and exciting new products lining the shelves of the warehouse each and every day made just for the gay male. Toys are a great way for any guy to get off, but if you're gay you don't want a stroker shaped like a vagina, or a love doll that looks like Pamela Anderson. You want an asshole on your stroker and a love doll that looks like Channing Tatum. Thankfully the industry of sex toy makers recognised this great need and has responded in full force with a wide range of easy to use and fun toys.
- The range of masturbators from the Fleshjack series models their strokers openings on the mouths and anuses of real men, so gay men no longer have to opt for the gender neutral versions.
- A large number of dildo's are available that are moulded from gay porn stars. Ones like Colt's Adam Champ Genuine Cast have been moulded directly from the star himself, so a guy can actually feel like he's being penetrated by their favourite actor.
- Strap-on's aren't just for girls, in fact many gay men wear hollow strap-on's to add something extra kinky to a sexual encounter. Wearing a curved hollow strap-on like this eight inch Hollow Strap on from Fetish Fantasy enables pinpoint precision for stimulating his prostate during anal sex.
- Anal beads and plugs are designed for all men, but tend to be marketed more towards gay males. They come in varying sizes so a newcomer to plugs and beads can start out small and make their way up, made especially easy with toys like the Crystal Jellies Anal Trainer Kit that comes with a small and medium sized plug. Many men have a definite preference on shape and size of their plugs, with some preferring a tapered end over a rounded tip, or a slender plug over a fuller one.
- Anal probes may sound like something out of a bad science fiction movie, but in reality they are basically a vibrator for the anus. Shaped differently than vibrators made for women, an anal probe usually features a stop at the end to stop the toy from being inserted too far, and may be shorter in comparison with a curved tip for prostate massage.
While all men can use sex toys there is a special niche of gay sex toys that gay men can take advantage of, and they don't have to settle for toys made to look like women's anatomy any more.