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The greatest penis grease that’s been invented so far. No lube you use can compare with petroleum-based makeup remover Albolene. That’s why it is the masturbator’s choice and why you’ll see it in so many out and proud masturbators touting it online.
Since Albolene is a petroleum-based cosmetic product, I strongly advise against using it with silicone toys or cockrings (and obviously never with condoms). It will eventually react chemically with and ruin them. But metal, wood, pyrex, and other materials unaffected by oil-based lubricants are likely fine.
As far as skin goes, Albolene is completely fragrance and paraben free, and will likely leave your skin feeling softer and better conditioned, post bate. If you experience skin tightness or redness during erections, Albolene is a great skin treatment all day/every day.
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Short or slang for anthropomorphic, and referring to a subgenre of furry culture and art, characterized by humanoid features (particularly genitals) on (or shaping) otherwise animal beings. Anthro art can be tremendously erotic, particularly in its ability to divorce sexualized bodies and interactions from the problematic issues of humans and human experience. Ideas like age and consent become less significant as problems when it’s two smiling horses fucking and sucking each others’ horse dongs and holes.
Like masturbation, but with the back side, instead of the front. Assturbation isn’t for everyone, but if you’re one of the lucky ones who can get off jamming stuff (fingers, dildos, plugs) in your hole, be oh so grateful! It’s also just a really funny word to say! Assturbate! Assturbation!
Assturbation gets a rap for being a penetrative sex substitute, but doesn’t have to if penetrative sex is not your jam. Your dildo doesn’t need to look like a big, veiny penis, and you’re free to imagine or fantasize about whatever you want – sharks, lions, donkeys, whatever gets you off – or focus your attention exclusively on the unique sensations of your butthole and the muscles, hair, and skin of that region that doesn’t get the same amount of contact or stimulation as the front bits might.
If butt stuff isn’t your thing yet, or you’re worried about confusing roles like “top” and “bottom,” this post features Bate World’s Bate Master, Bruce Grether’s advice for Assturbating with a Tight Anus.