Whether you’re running around London or running around the world, you never know when you might need to get ready for some anal action. Be it a quick clean at the office or a speedy squirt on a flight, these douches don’t discriminate and will prepare you for whatever’s coming your way.
All douches featured are available for purchase on www.prowler.co.uk, which is still shipping online orders during the coronavirus pandemic.
Scroll to the bottom of this piece to see how it was featured in Sorry Not Sorry magazine, a final year university project made by Journalism students about liberating the stigmas of sex.
BONEYARD DOUCHE DAISY WATER BOTTLE ATTACHMENT, £9.90
The ultimate go-to item for a dude on the go, this accessory allows you to instantly turn ANY water bottle into an anal douche. Features a no-leak design and contoured tip!
BATHMATE ROCKET DOUCHE, £24.90
Featuring a non-return valve, this 325ml douche will ensure fluids stay where they’re supposed to. No one on the go wants to deal with a messy situation after all…
KINX WHIRLING MULTI TIP DOUCHE, £14.99
Holding up to 200ml of water, this small-size douche is perfect for travel. Coming with two removable tips, it’s ready to suit your anal needs in any situation.
PROWLER RIPPED ANAL DOUCHE, £25.90
Made of pliable silicone, this douche feels soft and smooth when sliding inside of you. Featuring four openings at the top, it will ensure a good flush on all sides. Fits up to 220ml.
KINX ULTIMATE TRAVEL CLEAN 5 PIECE DOUCHE, £11.95
This compact kit is designed for any traveller. Featuring a large capacity bag that can hold 1,700ml of water, it has a suction cup ready for the wall of any room you douche in.
PROWLER SMOOTH ANAL DOUCHE, £25.90
Perfectly sized for any backpack, it is easy to use and is designed to make insertion as smooth and simple as possible. It holds 220ml and features a squeeze ball design.
This piece was featured in Sorry Not Sorry magazine, a final year university project for my undergraduate degree in BA Journalism with Study Abroad at City, University of London. The magazine was created by myself in the role of Editor and five other final year students with a publication date of April 2020. It exists to liberate our readers from the shame and stigmas of talking about sex, sexuality and relationships.
As the piece was originally designed for print, some of the text is small and may be slightly harder to read which zooming in will help with.