Despite the growing popularity, anal sex is still considered a taboo. That hurtful reputation is a significant factor contributing to a lack of education on the matter. Don’t worry, this sex guide is here to fix that. We gathered a list of the most common questions and misconceptions about anal play.
STIs Transmission and How to Prevent it
One of the myths is that anal sex is safer than vaginal intercourse. We’re sorry to inform you, but it’s not. Unless, the only thing you’re worried about is pregnancy, in that case, the risk is significantly lower, but not non-existent. If your partner and you aren’t inclusive, it’s best to use condoms, or if you’re only giving/receiving a rim job — a dental dam. Remember that the anus is incredibly delicate, so it’s easy to make it bleed, even if you don’t feel when it happened. An open wound is more susceptible to contracting sexually transmitted infections. Another noteworthy thing is that you should never go from anal to vaginal intercourse without taking off the condom or having a quick wash.
Whether you prefer to keep your body hair or depilate them all, it’s entirely up to you, but shaving your arsehole before rimming is a nice thing to do. A lot of people do it just for personal hygiene. You can either use a razor, or depilation cream or go to a beauty salon and have it professionally removed (like laser or wax depilation). In case you want to do it at home, be extremely careful not to cut yourself, because this area will bleed for a long time. The easiest way is by putting one of your legs up, on a counter or something similar height, then slightly bend forward and spread your cheeks with one hand. Some people find it easier to perform while squatting. Regardless of your position, make sure you use a lot of shaving cream and a new, sharp razor.
What is Douching and Do You Need it?
Douching is a charming name for doing an enema. It’s not safe to do it too often, despite what you might’ve heard. Also, you don’t really need it. Human biology is a beautiful thing and unless you just had a bowel movement (or feel like you should), a normal shower would suffice. However, a lot of people are afraid of having an unlucky accident during anal sex, so you can do an enema beforehand, just for a peace of mind. Don’t worry, everything you require is available at a pharmacy. The safest liquids to use in douching are clean lukewarm water or a special saline solution. Do not use coffee or perfumed water, as some people might suggest. Every enema kit comes with instructions, so you shouldn’t have any problems administering it. All you have to do is insert the tip in your rectum (not too deep) while standing or sitting on a toiler, then push the solution inside (the amount of it will vary, that’s why instructions are included), wait, and push it out. After a few repeats, the expelled water should be clear. Just to be safe, wait around an hour before trying anal sex.
What lube is arse-friendly?
Unlike a vagina, the rectum doesn’t self lubricate, that’s why it’s so important to do it. If there’s too much friction, none of you will feel good and you’d risk your health. If you’re using condoms, do not use oil based lubricant, since they can damage them. However, a silicone based one can damage some toys. The safest bet is the water based lube, since it’s safe in both those scenarios. Even if you’re frugal, don’t buy the cheapest kind, and use a good amount. Most lubes will specify when they’re anal-safe, but be careful. Some of those contain lidocaine, and while it will make your experience less painful, but you also won’t be able to tell when it’s time to stop to avoid injury.
After all the things above are taken care of, it’s time to stretch your bottom or yours arse. It’s commonly referred to as anal training, but some find this term derogatory. Regardless of the name, it’ll make you enjoy anal penetration more. You can start with rimming sessions, then delicate fingering, and butt plugs. After that, you can try using slightly bigger toys, until you’re able to take cock-sized ones. Obviously, all those steps are to be taken over the course of a month, not one evening. It’s not obligatory to do it before trying an actual intercourse, but it will help you. Also, even if you had been penetrated before, you should still start with fingering before doing it each time. There are special kits for anal training available online or in sex stores.
Your first anal experience might not be what you expect it to be. Even if you follow our guide step by step, it can still be very painful. The first time, or a couple of times, you might not get to actual sex, because just penetration will feel like it’s too much. Also, rough penetration can tear your anus, causing it to bleed, you should immediately stop then. The good thing is, after proper training, anyone can enjoy anal penetration, regardless if they have a prostate or not.
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