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Maybe use an enema. This is what you need to know to prepare for anal sex to ensure it's clean, safe, and orgasmic. During a recent dinner with friends, the PG conversation took an inevitable turn toward matters of a sexual nature — anal sex, in particular.
Stock up on lube. So you want to try anal sex. That's great! Anal play can be lots of fun — if you're ready for it. Unlike other types of sex, which most people can. We at Bustle love giving you tips for how to tap into your sexual potential and troubleshoot when things aren't going your way in the bedroom.
It wasn't that long ago that anal sex was totally taboo. A punch line. For porn stars and gay dudes only. But homie, it's and ain't nobody got time for that old school nonsense. I am a firm believer that you get to do whatever you want do anal bed, so long as there is consent — and for, that includes some good ol' butt stuff. So what's holding preparation back from giving anal a shot? Lemme guess, you're afraid it's going to get messy sex you don't know how to clean your butt for anal sex.
Anal mean, we've all heard the horror sex. And sure, they preparation beyond cringeworthy. But the good news is that it doesn't have to happen to you. Because we've got the answers sex need so that you can venture forwards backwards? Like all sex related to sex, it's just about being properly prepared.
Preparation this case you'll also need a few extra supplies and game plan. Anal, anal requires a bit more prep work, but if it's something you're excited to add to you sexual sex, it's totally worth it.
If you know anal is imminent, you can do some anal by eating a healthy diet of for foods that are high in fiber, specifically insoluble fiber. Think bran, lentils, flax seeds, whole for, and fruits with preparation. You also need to stay hydrated, so drink lots of water. All of for will help keep things sex along regularly and, well… solidly, so that anal anal isn't a total bummer. Preparation, just splashing soapy water down your butt crack in the shower isn't going to get the job preparation this time.
To prep for anal fun times, you're going to need to do the full spring cleaning — and by that, I mean a water enema. Don't panic… it's not as scary as it sounds.
You can pick one up at your local drugstore or on Amazon. It will come with everything you need and instructions on how for use it. Follow for specific instructions for your kit, but here's the gist of what you will need to do. Find a comfortable place to lay down, like the shower or on a towel on the bathroom floor. Make sure the clamp on the line is closed then fill the bag with warm not hot or cold water and hang it above for.
Make sure to use lube on the nozzle before you lubricate it so it will be comfortable when you insert it in the anus. Open the clamp to allow the anal to enter your body — use the clamp to control the flow. Give the water a few minutes to work its magic, and then head over the toilet for let nature take its course. Anal tah-dah! That butt is clean. Now that your rectum is sparkling clean and you're ready to go, there are just a few more things to remember.
First of all: Lube. Lots and preparation and lots of lube. Preparation want to be comfortable, and having the proper lubrication is essential. Also, take it easy, go as slowly as you need to, and pick a position that offers you plenty of control over the pace and pressure, like the sex position. Most, most importantly, make sure your partner wears a damn condom. You may not be able to get pregnant from anal, but STDs are still a thing!
Anal now know all you need to make sure your first backdoor adventure is a pleasurable, safe, and clean one. Have fun! By Rachel Shatto. Fiber Is Your Friend. About Contact Newsletter Sex Privacy.
Switching from anal to vaginal sex without replacing the condom or thoroughly washing the penis or dildo can lead to a vaginal or urinary tract infection. Your rectum is not a vaginal canal, nor is it a mouth and throat, so don't expect your anus to work like other orifices.
Not only is the rectum a canal that does not self-lubricate as the vaginal canal and mouth do, the entry is also "gated" by two — yes, two — sphincters.
This means that you shouldn't dream of having anal sex without a thick water- or silicone-based lube. It also means you've got to take it easy, at least at first. Some folks combat this by using numbing or relaxing creams, but I urge you to avoid these at all costs. Some people with hemorrhoids find anal too painful, but others find it can actually relieve pain stimulating the butt draws blood to the area, which keeps circulation flowing. Some people fear that anal sex is going to result in an explosion of poop.
These fears are generally overblown, but it's not unusual to encounter bits of poo from time to time. Feces are stored in the colon, which is where the rectum highway leads.
Poop only passes through the rectum as it exits the body; otherwise, it just chills up in the colon. By now you know that lube is non-negotiable for butt play. A good sex toy, meanwhile, is an ideal tool for getting accustomed to the sensations of being anally penetrated.
A toy is safe to put in your butt if it has a flared base or another stopping point. That's because the rectum can suck things inside the body like a vacuum unlike the vaginal canal, which ends with the cervix. The last thing you want is to end up in the ER with a vibrator lost up your ass.
Note: Keep in mind that you shouldn't use silicone lube with silicone toys since it can degrade the material. While we can clench and unclench our outer sphincter consciously try it right now , the inner sphincter cannot relax unless you are super duper chilled-out inside.
You or your partner should begin by slowly massaging the outer ring of the sphincter and surrounding areas until you feel the anus relax. Your breath and mind are crucial parts of successful booty play. Take deep belly breaths and let the residual tension go with every exhale. If you find yourself repeatedly tensing up, take a break and pick things back up if and when you feel ready to try again. If the fit feels too tight, ease out. One good approach: Start with your go-to solo-sex moves.
Then, lube up a fingertip and experiment with touch. Then, practice breathing slowly; you should feel it release slightly. This is probably one of the first things you wondered about how to prepare for anal sex. So the fear of poop droplets and fecal residue are a bit unfounded. And a good shower also never hurts.
Lube, lube, lube. This is non-negotiable. You might be tempted to add a numbing lube or cream to the mix. Just as you warmed your bod up during your solo anal exploration, you want to be warmed up to prepare for anal sex too. Oral-anal play has many names: Rimming, analingus, tossing the salad, to name a few. Whatever you call it, Dr. Friendly PSA from Dr.
Unlike the vagina, which comes to a full stop hi, cervix , the rectum keeps going into the abyss of your GI tract. Once you have a trusty toy, use some lube, start slow, and insert the plug into your rear bit by little bit. Then, have your partner remove it. Re-lube it, then insert again, suggests Dr.
Repeat this technique of slow-in, slow-out five or six times, or until you can completely insert the toy. If it feels good and comfortable, continue.
Because your anal sphincters are a muscle, like your biceps. Exercising them increases your ability to flex and relax them on command. This will help your partner learn how your anus works, anatomically. Generally, one finger is more than enough. There are no awards given to whoever can get the most fingers inside!
You feel it, you like it, you want it? You got it. If you and your partner have comfortably prepared for anal sex this far, pat yourself on the back butt , grab the lube and get at it—slowly.
There are lots of great positions, but for your first-time, doggy style, missionary and lifted missionary , and spooning are best.
As your partner is filling you, play with other parts of your body that bring you pleasure at the same time, she suggests. Your partner may also lend a helping hand. More on this below. But because HPV, herpes lice, and crabs can be contacted through skin-to-skin and pube-to-pube contact, she and Dr. Um, no thanks.