It has bumps and contours along the length to provide a fuller feeling on insertion, plus the length is fatter than other prostate massagers in the Rocks Off range. It is best suited to more experienced users as the wide plug and the forceful design can be uncomfortable to begin with. The Rude Boy has a practically silent vibrating bullet which rests against the perineum and has seven speed settings to suit most tastes. It has a perineum massager and vibrating seven speed bullet for good measure too. Oh, and it comes in red too which is a nice touch. The Rude Boy is a little bigger than average beginner toys , and the stem is the same diameter along the length, rather than tapering to a small circumference. It is more expensive than other vibrating prostate massagers, but the consensus is that the Vice is worth the money due to its comfort and vibrating speed patterns. Some men have found that the lack of handle makes it difficult to correct if it slips sideways and away from the P or G spot, particularly when hands are covered in lubricant. As Rocks Off products are designed to move or rock back and forwards on, these anal beads can provide a good deal of pleasure. There is no perineum massager, as might be expected with a product aimed more at the health market, but there is a thumb grip which makes it easy to hold and insert. This is a great starting out point if you are new to vibrating anal stimulation. Men like these beads as they give anal stimulation either before or during prostate play. Rocks Off say this design change makes a perfect fit for P-spot and perineum massages, and is especially good for beginners. Tantus says that as a result the risk of prostatitis, which causes problems with urinating and sexual health, is reduced. Some people say that the vibration is on the weak side, but that it provides a very good prostate massage that is gentle and firm.