Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Douche Review
By Pleasure Panel reviewer Married2Sexy
Mrs. Sexy and I recently talked about our curiosity to explore more with anal play, so when we were selected by Cara Sutra to review the Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Douche for this month’s Pleasure Panel, it could not have come at a better time.
Currently I play with her using my fingers to stimulate the area. I have never experienced any ill smell or contact with poop. For me I welcome the use of prostate toys and the heightened pleasure they bring, but I mostly use them privately since the cleanup after is not the most pleasant. We have on a few occasions used them together, but it always has been me inserting them prior to play to make sure she is not surprised with any deterrents.
The Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Douche is packaged in a very obvious what you are buying package. Fortunately for us, Cara is more discreet with her packaging. I am not sure what I want the package to say, but “Super Sex Anal Douche” would not be my choice. Beyond that, I do appreciate the box containing the one time read straightforward instructions rather than including an unneeded instruction booklet. Inside the Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Douche box contained a plastic sealed bag containing the detached stem and black bulb.
To use, I filled the bulb of the Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Douche with warm tap water and screwed on the 3¼” stem. Lubing up my anus and the stem, I inserted it. There was no discomfort since the diameter of the stem maybe ¼”, but honestly I never thought it would be painful.
Granted lubrication, anytime you are working with the anus for play or cleansing, is a must and if I did not use lubrication the silicone would drag and cause pain. Squeezing on the bulb, I felt the water fill me, but then I shifted my grip and the device started to suck in the water. Not wanting to fill the bulb with excrement, I quickly squeezed hard, which lead to excess pressure leading to water escaping from the threaded connecting between the stem and bulb. Removing the stem and expelling the water, I decided to use it three times total.
The following two times and using information I learned just now about the need for slow constant pressure, I had a much better experience. I also felt clean and after playing with the aid of a prostate toy, I knew I was clean because the prostate toy came out as clean as it went in. There was no odour either. As the box instructs you, I used water and hand soap for the initial cleaning and then used toy cleaner for the final wash and rinse. Lastly, I left the stem and bulb to air dry.
Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Douche says it best on the box, “Douching can make you feel more confident and clean for anal play – something plenty of couples enjoy exploring.” I wish I wrote this, because I cannot wait to let Mrs. Sexy play with me after using this. The proof for me was when I removed the prostate toy and it was “clean.” Though any squeeze bulb will work, I recommend Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Douche because of the detachable stem for easy cleaning.
Thank you, Cara Sutra for this simple yet life changing device. Who knew I would be so excited about something so simple.
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Thanks to Pleasure Panel reviewer Married2Sexy for this review of the Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Douche.
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