“Anal play can be enjoyable, even orgasmic, for people with vaginas,” says Amy Boyajian, CEO and co-founder of Wild Flower, an online innovative sexual wellness and adult store. “There are thousands of sensitive nerve endings concentrated around the opening and the outer part of the rectum.” Stimulating this ring (nay, pleasure gold mine) can feel good realll good. And penetrating the anus can create a sexy feeling of fullness. (There’s a reason anal play is having a moment, people!!!) For folks with vulvas, it could even stimulate the the A-spot. (Nope, that’s not a typo!) Technically known as the anterior fornix erogenous zone, the A-spot is different than the G-spot. “It’s a sensitive area of tissue at the ends of the vaginal canal, between the cervix and the bladder, that can be indirectly stimulated through anal sex to heighten arousal, activate vaginal lubrication, and even spark an orgasm,” explains Boyajian. But, with anal play, you don’t want to go from zero to, well, penis or dildo. And that’s where anal sex toys come in—they can help you adjust to the sensation of having an often-ignored part of your bo...