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Sexpertise: Strap-on/Pegging Play

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By: Jean Samick

There’s more than one way to ride in a rodeo, and pegging or strap-on play is a perfect example. Typically defined as a Dom/Sub activity, strap-on play can be fun for both men and women. Pegging is the most common term when referencing strap-on play specific to men for anal play and sexual stimulation. The only differentiation between strap-on play and pegging is that pegging is a term specific to males being on the receiving end, with strap-on play still being used to define female on female activities with the toy.

A small amount of equipment is needed for playing, like a good harness and compatible dildo attachment. They of course get more complicated from there, as any good sex toy design does. The harnesses themselves can have variations on design, with boyleg harness and a g-string version being the most popular. The g-string version has a waist strap and another that goes between the legs, while the boyleg/jockstrap model has a waist strap and then two straps around each upper thigh. The only difference between the fit of each type is how much of your own equipment needs to be moved around, but a snug fitting harness is ideal. A g-string version may not be compatible for those with testicles, and those without testicles may find the g-string fit a little tighter. The fit of the harness is incredibly important, and it must be able to hold the dildo solidly in place to avoid pausing mid-coitus to adjust things.

The dildo attachments also range; single, double, classic phallic or something crazy? The choices are endless, and the only limit is a person’s imagination and personal comfort. Ensure that the dildo is nonporous to avoid harmful bacteria from building up in or around the toy, and make sure to clean it thoroughly after use. Like any new toy or sexual adventure, make sure you take it slow and start with the basics. Use an opening or widening toy like a butt plug to mildly stretch the anal ring. This will make penetration with the dildo easier for the person on the receiving end of the fun. Make sure to use plenty of lube when engaging in any anal activity, and absolutely no silicone based lubricant. It runs the risk of breaking down the similar plastic in the dildo and can result in the toy breaking into pieces while inside the body. The anus doesn’t secrete any lubrication, so to avoid friction, tears and bruising you should always play using thick water-based lubrication.

Know the proper steps to take part in this fun and freaky activity, and play safe to avoid injury. Use plenty of lube, and a stretching toy should be considered for beginners. If the fit of the harness seems off, try it on in store over your clothes and avoid buying online unless you’ve seen a similar model up close. There’s no returning a harness for a bad fit, and you don’t want a loose dildo to ruin the fun at the rodeo!

Jean Samick

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