How To DoucheFreyja
February 26, 2023
If you're a fan of anal sex or using anal toys then douching is important.
So, what is an anal douche?
Basically, it washes your rectum. An anal douche removes feces from your rectum by rinsing it so that you hopefully don't get any feces on your partner or toy. It basically keeps things more hygienic so you can enjoy anal without any stress or worry. However, this doesn't mean that things might not slip through the cracks! You can get douches in a range of colors and sizes.
How do you use an anal douche?
First things first. Get your butt ready! Try this in the shower or over the toilet, less messy....
- Make sure the nozzle is clean.
- Fill the bulb with tepid water. You can do this by removing the tip.
- Make sure that you lubricate the tip of the douche.
- Have one leg slightly raised.
- Take a deep breath and slowly insert the nozzle up your anus.
- Once inside, squeeze the douche bag/bulb so that the liquid slowly squirts.
- Try to hold the liquid in for a few seconds and then let it out.
- Try to repeat this until you see that water coming out of you is clean.
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