Anal Sex Tips – Does anal sex hurt?
Anal sex doesn’t have to hurt. It’s often just done incorrectly. Many men and women find it incredibly pleasurable, and some even report having orgasms with them. If you and your partner start slow, work your way into insertion with smaller implements like fingers and sex toys and use plenty of lube, pain will be the last thing on your mind. Plenty of lube is a must! There shouldn’t feel like there’s any friction.
Anal Sex Tips – If it hurts once, will it always hurt?
Try not to be put off from one or two negative experiences. Most of these experiences have to do with not following the above instructions: go slow, graduate in size and use plenty of lube. This takes time and patience. For women, if you stimulate your clitoris at the same time it can encourage the pleasure over pain response making it more relaxing and for some great orgasms! Plus there are some great lubes with slight numbing properties, some are stocked in our store.
Anal Sex Tips – Will having anal save my sex life?
It can do. It usually has to do with a couple that has more than once sexual issue, especially a female who might be inhibited about her sexuality and it is getting in the way of her sex life with her partner. Some men behold anal sex as the holy grail and if they can just get their wives and girlfriends to partake then there’s more to life. Anal seems to be very taboo topic still, it doesn’t have to be. It’s very enjoyable for both men and women if it’s taken slow and plenty of lube is used.
Anal Sex Tips – Will having anal cause damage?
Having any sort of sex the “wrong way” could cause damage. Think about it: If you are vaginally dry and don’t use additional lube, you can cause micro-tears in the vagina. The same thing can happen with anal sex. We cannot stress the importance of lube for anal and try not to solely use saliva.
Do not copy what you see in pornos, it’s not reality and you will cause damage if you straight in with no play and no form of lube!
Anal Sex Tips – Do I need condoms for anal?
This is a misconception because many people think that because there is no pregnancy risk that you also don’t need to use a condom.
No, a million times, no.
STDs are more easily transferable through the anus because the lining is much more thin and can be broken more easily if too much dry friction occurs. Lube!!
Anal Sex Tips – Will my anus get stretched out and stay like that?
No. Just like the vagina, the muscles go back to normal. Through regular anal sex, your anus does learn to become more relaxed but much of that has to do with your ability to relax yourself mentally for the act. If you can’t relax both physically and mentally, nothing’s going in. Like a vagina with it relaxing, it’s still always tight at the end of the day. So no need to fear!
Anal Sex Tips – Anal is dirty and I don’t want to be embarrassed.
The anus and the lower part of the rectum actually have very little fecal material in them, which means it tends to not be nearly as dirty as you think. However, if you’re still concerned, go have a bowel movement or an enema. This doesn’t mean you should go from the anus to the vagina. By having anal sex you can transfer elements from the two different environments which can cause vaginal infections. If you wish to go back into the vagina after anal sex, try using an antibacterial soap or just simply leave anal to the last part of your fun!
As always. Talk to your partner, relax them and at the end of any act that someone maybe not be comfortable with, be there for them and comfort them. Anal really is an enjoyable experience for everyone of the time is taken and the line is plentiful!