How to Finger AnallyFreyja
February 27, 2023
Anal play is often though to be taboo, it's not talked about enough, and it should be. Because great sex can be had when the anus is involved! It is however an acquired taste, so if your partner isn't feeling it, it might be best to table it for now.
We have talked at length about everything from safe anal sex to rimming and today we talk about anal fingering, a great addition to your sex life if done correctly.
As always we start with consent, all parties must be fully consenting adults and it is important to remember and respect that consent can change at ANY time.
Lubricant and condoms might be desired, particularly if you are with a new partner or there are more than two of you! Remember to use new condoms for each person and each body part.
Choose a lubricant and condom that fits for you and your body, remember that allergies may be present and be sensitive to each other's choices.
Anal finger requires you to be gentle, long nails may be a little much as the rectal wall is delicate.
Douching beforehand is completely a personal preference but using warm clean water to cleanse your rectum before anal play can help you feel empty, open and more relaxed. It is also more hygienic.
Start with one finger first, you can always use more or work up to toys or penises once you feel open
Start gently and listen to your partners body and vocal cues to know if they would like more or less
Anal fingering goes particularly well with oral sex and can make an orgasm a lot more intense and enjoyable!
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