Beginner’s Guide To Anal Sex

Beginner's Guide To Anal Sex

According to our latest research, more and more young women are trying anal sex. There are a bunch of awesome things make people addicted to it. If you’re embarking on your first anal sex, read our guide to learn how to prepare, relax and enjoy the intimate moment with your partner.

Why You Should Try It

An Alternative Type Of Orgasm

The bum has many sensitive nerve endings within it, which are so sensitive that the slightest touch is explosive. Therefore many of the enthusiasts have much more intense orgasms from anal sex. If you struggle to orgasm from vaginal sex, now you may find anal sex to be a different type .

More Intense Orgasms

Do you want to give your man toe-curling, screaming orgasms that will keep him sexually obsessed with you? As that hole is so tight, his cock will get a salacious squeeze with every stroke.

How to Getting Start

Communicate Openly

As with all BDSM activities, it’s must be approached carefully. Open communication helps to set limits and safe words in advance. Also, having good anal sex requires great communication throughout the play. You need to give clear instructions like, to slow down, to pull out slowly and to completely stop moving.

Relax Your Body

The anal muscles need to be completely relaxed for play to be successful. The precondition is that you made sure you were empty and clean beforehand. Meditation or sensual massage are all good choices to relax. Or you can let go as if you were going to the toilet. Keep in mind that the last thing you want to be throughout anal is tense.

Engage in The Foreplay

To ease into anal sex, you need to be sufficiently aroused. So foreplay is of paramount importance in this game. Start with all kinds of foreplay, vaginal sex, and anything that turns you on. The more aroused you are, the more relaxed your sphincter muscle will be.

Lube It Up

The anus can’t produce its lubricant like the vagina so that you should apply plenty of lubricant to the anal entrance, inside and outside. Make sure you are using a condom-safe, water or silicone-based lubricant because oil-based lubricants aren’t compatible with condoms. By the way, reapply frequently to make your sex more comfortable.

Enjoy The Main Event

Start slowly with fingers. The giver starts by slipping a lubed up finger, holding it in place for a few minutes. When the finger naturally loosens up, try slipping in a second lubed up finger. Again, wait a few moments and use a small dildo or butt plug if you prefer. Once the sphincter muscles become more relaxed, it’s a penis’s turn. Apply more lubricant and slide in slowly and enjoy.

Safety Tips

  • Communicate openly and use monitor body language
  • Must wear a condom and never use the same condom in multiple holes
  • Use plenty of anal lubricants
  • Trim your fingernails for warm-up
  • Avoid diving straight in without a proper warm-up
  • Stop if you experience any pain but some discomfort is normal

Refer to Beginner’s Guide To Anal Stretching and stretch your anal carefully for enjoyable anal sex and play.