The entire pelvic area of the body is supported by a complex union of muscles called the "pelvic floor." These muscles are important to many different aspects of health and pleasure. Sometimes these muscles and the exercises used to strengthen them are referred to by the name "Kegel," after Dr. Arnold Kegel who first wrote about pelvic exercise in 1948.

Kegel exercises are not just for women. If you've got genitals, it's a good idea to learn about the benefits of strengthening your pelvic floor - namely, increased bladder and bowel control and the potential for increased sexual pleasure and function.

Insertable pelvic exercisers can make it easier to feel the subtle movement, contraction and release of various muscles surrounding the genitals. Gaining more control over these muscles and building their strength can increase the potential for sexual sensation and stronger orgasms. It's important to also practice relaxing the pelvic floor muscles after giving them a workout, so they don't become overly tight and uncomfortable. Some of the products in this collection can provide gentle vaginal or anal massage to help with that relaxation process.

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