How to do anal for the first timeRina Ellis
February 28, 2023
Anal sex is definitely that of an aquired taste. Some people love it, some have tried on occasion and never do it again , and for some, they have no desire to even try it whatsoever. For many of us, conventional sex is considered very tabboo so you can imagine anal sex can be viewed. A lot of people shy away from it because of the potential hazards that could occur ( tearing,poop,prolapse or just general pain for example) so it’s important to be prepared if you do decide to try it out. Firstly you have to ask yourself, why do you want to do anal? If you don’t want to but you’re being pressured that’s wouldn't be for the right reasons. It can feel scary and that’s okay. However, there are some perks to it. Because of it’s taboo nature it can be very kinky, and it’s definitely a great way to spice things up in the bedroom. Also, If it’s done well and done right- it can feel really good, as there are several nerve endings in and around your anus, which can make some (lucky) people orgasm just from anal play! If this is something YOU genuinely want to explore with your partner, keep reading. This may seem obvious, but It’s very important to be prepared! Before you even think about having a penis or strap-on inside you, you need to be gentle, and first engage in simple butt play before you even think about going all out. Butt plugs are great for this and it’s best to start out small and gradually go up in size to whatever feels comfortable and pleasurable for you . Many adult stores will sell them in sets from small to large, and that’s a good way to “train” your butt. It’s not natural that it will fit the first time with no issues, so it’s important not to force it but to ease into it. The more you relax, the more pleasurable it will be and the more you will feel yourself opening up. LUBE IS YOUR FRIEND! Your butt is not lubricated naturally, so you need to have this to avoid injury, such as tearing- especially if this is something you want to try more than once. Make sure you pick your lube carefully and to read the ingredients for those who have allergies. Another common concern for a lot of people is cleanliness. This is a very common and natural fear especially as we all know what comes out of there, so it only makes sense that it may get a little messy and it’s inevitable that there will be some fecal matter- but don’t be embarrassed, you are human! . However, there are steps you can take to make it a lot less messier than it needs to be. Firsty, make sure your bowels are empty ( as much as you can) before getting into the shower, and rinse your asshole
out with gentle soap and water as best as you can. If your stomach is acting funky and your bowel movements are frequent and unpredictable ( like if you are constipated or have diarrhea) wait until your stomach is fully settled to avoid any potential accidents. Once you’re all clean, you can use an anal enema ( or anal douche) to empty your bowels out once again. As healthy as it is, try not to eat fiber or fruit and vegetables RIGHT before you do it either ( or any food for that matter, only gummy bears or jello) You can have a nice hearty meal after though. Lastly, it’s really important that you use a condom , unless you and your partner have both recently been tested ( definitely get tested together if you can). You can’t get pregnant from anal, but you still can contract STDS that way so it’s very important that your safety comes first. Anal doesn’t have to be scary, but it has to be done right.Hopefully, this will put some anal curious people out there at ease. But remember it’s important, especially if you’re doing this for the first time that you’re doing it with a partner who you are comfortable with and you fully trust. This will make your first time experience that much more enjoyable and comfortable!
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