9 GREAT TIPS TO HAVE ANAL SEX
9 GREAT TIPS TO HAVE ANAL SEX
While it might be not yet part of polite conversation, anal sex isn’t all that taboo anymore. According to one national survey, anal—in its many forms—is rising in popularity among couples of all kinds. This brings up two important points everyone should understand; first, whether or not you like anal, it says nothing about your sexual orientation. Second, just because it’s popular, doesn’t mean everyone will enjoy it. It is just something worth trying. There might someone out there who’s tried it and they hate it, and that’s perfectly okay. Not everything is for everyone. But, if you’re among the curious or even the experienced,
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TRUST YOUR PARTNER
There have to be a solid level of trust. Anal is different from vaginal intercourse and these differences often require some added communication and consideration. As with all sex, this talk doesn’t have to be clinical—reassuring touches often suffice—but for effective communication, you do have to trust each other.
When it comes to anal sex, people worry about getting feces on them. So long as the receptive partner has had regular bowel movements, this shouldn’t really be an issue. For those who are still unsure, water enemas are an option (avoid castor oil). Uses of dental dams, gloves, and condoms are also common. The bigger concern—for women—should be the potential transfer of bacteria from the anus to the vagina. If you are switching in that order, change condoms.
Anal sex is another category of sex where it’s advantageous to not be porn educated, where the pizza guy gets to the door and is in there in under two minutes. They don’t see the behind-the-scenes porn magic. The stretching. The getting-the-anus-ready-for-sex. The anus is a lot tighter than a vagina and doesn’t not lubricate naturally. Therefore, anal sex takes some time.
Anyone who is giving any advice about anal sex will give this tip. Lube. Lube, lube, lube, and go slow. Again, the anus does not lubricate naturally, like the vagina. This means people need a little outside assistance to get things going. People have their own preferences but we recommend silicon lube because it’s thick and lasts a long time. When in doubt, add more lube. This may also mean adding more once sex is already well under way.
Starting with a finger, oral-anal sex, or a slim sex toy can help things progress nicely. If you want to get anatomical about it, there are actually two sphincters in the anus and only one can be controlled voluntarily, the other only relaxes when the person relaxes. So how slow is slow? It depends but here is the answer a lot of people are looking for; if it’s penetrative sex with a penis, it’s going to take some time. It might happen in one night, and it could be a progression of a couple days.
Doggy-style is a favorite position for anal play, especially because it opens up the person who is receiving for easy access. Cowgirl is a smart choice if a woman is being penetrated because it gives her some control of the situation. Another option is for the receiver to lie down on the bed with their partner standing at the edge. Overall, the receiver should be relaxed, so they should avoid positions that cause their muscles to shake.
WHY IT FEELS GOOD
Some people who have never dabbled in anal might wonder why it feels good. There are a lot of nerves endings there, just like in the penis or vagina. Most people say it’s a very full sensation. For males penetrating, the anus is very tight, which can feel really good. Men get a lot out of receiving too, thanks to their prostate. Prostate play for men is very, very pleasurable. One of most intense orgasms a man has is from prostate play.
SEX TOY SAFETY
Many people like to use sex toys during anal play. A good starter toy would be one with slim design that will relax the anus. Make sure the toy has a flared base or is attached to someone. A base is key if you’re going to use a toy. You don’t want to be sex-sent-me-the-to-the-ER and have a lost object in your rectum.
PAIN AND INJURY
The receiver is at more risk for injury than the person penetrating them. It is true that if a man gets a little too enthusiastic and misses the anus, he can hit a hard part and fracture his penis. What’s more common in anal, however, is the receiver experiences soreness or tearing that can result in bleeding. This is why it’s important for partners to communicate. Because some level of anal tearing is common, it is also important to be safe during anal sex. Know your partner’s status and make smart decisions about protection.
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