Anal sex is a sort of taboo subject, but it shouldn’t be. A lot of people are eager to try it, but end up never even suggesting it to their partners, or simply chicken out. The thing about anal is that it’s fairly easy to do something wrong and ruin the whole experience for both parties involved. In this sex guide, we will refrain from calling anyone a man or a woman, using the terms “top” and “bottom”. A top (insertive role) is a person who penetrates their partner, who is called a bottom (receptive role). Usually, men tend to enjoy anal more, because of the prostate, which is the male equivalent of g spot, but many women like it and even prefer it over vaginal sex.
What to do before an actual anal sex?
Doing anal for the first time requires more preparation from the bottom, which isn’t a very pleasurable thing to do. Before you begin, you should do an enema, the kit should be available at a pharmacy. Remember, this is extremely important until you get used to anal sex. Even if your partner is on a smaller side, during the intercourse your muscles will unintentionally tense and push, which may lead to an accident. For the first time, it would be best to fast for a day and do a full enema beforehand. There are many scented douches available, but, the same as with vaginal sex, most of them are artificial and not recommended by the doctors. Don’t worry, a full enema would be plenty enough, and you can always use scented lubricant.
Preparation before pleasure
The previous prepping segment of this sex guide was anything but sexy, don’t worry, this part will be a lot more fun. Before attempting penetration, you should stretch and lube your arsehole. Don’t worry about the lube, all kinds are safe for anal play, just go with your preference. Some people choose to do this alone, but it will feel way better with your partner when you’re both in a mood. Fingering might seem a little repulsing for you, but the sex toy market has a lot of solutions. There is a whole collection of butt plugs and small dildos, perfect for first timers. You can even buy a set of plugs with gradually increasing size. Just don’t take inspiration from X-rated videos, while some of the choices might look appealing, they definitely aren’t made for newbies, or anyone who wants to actually feel something afterwards.
The role of the top
You may think that as an insertive side you won’t have to do much, here’s where you’re wrong. Prostate stimulation or simple fingering will not only help your bottom loosen up enough for penetrative sex, but also bring them a lot of pleasure. Start with just one finger and a lot of lube, slowly adding more fingers and moving them around. Usually it’s enough to go with three or four fingers, you just have to make sure you can comfortably rotate them. Remember to have your nails cut short, since that area is especially fragile. Prostate stimulation isn’t as complicated as it sounds, once you’ve found a little bump inside, just continue to caress it and check on your partner’s body language. In case your partner doesn’t have the prostate, your finger should be facing up, like a hook. It’s harder to please someone in that scenario, but it’s not impossible. Like they say, practice makes perfect.
Yes or no?
The thing about anal sex is that you have to go slow. Each move has to be careful, and the top has to constantly check up on their bottom. Don’t worry, it’s only like this the first couple of times. People say it’s addictive, but remember to not over do it. Anal play is simple, and this sex guide is meant to encourage you to try this experience, but everything should be done in a controlled environment. As far as it’s pregnancy risk-free (to a degree), it can still transfer STDs. It’s also common to accidentally make a little tear on the entrance, which exposes both parties to more risks. After the first time, the receptive side should take at least a three-day break, and the same goes for the next few times. Only when you gain a little practice, can you try bottoming more often. In conclusion, it’s a great thing to do, but think with your brain, not lower parts.
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