Due to high request a little more about anal sex, for both men and women. Of course I first did some research before to provide you the best information.
Let’s start with the most important things. What is it, how does it feel and for whom is it? Followed by 10 steps for a great first anal time! What is anal sex?
Penetrating the anus with whatever object is anal sex. Besides, there is oral-anal sex, better known as anulingus or rimming.
Does anal sex hurt?
It shouldn’t hurt, so if it does, you’re probably doing it wrong.
Why anal sex?
For both men and women anal sex gives a different, tighter sensation. In addition, it provides variance and is a bit more exciting because it is not the usual form of sex. Your anus is full of sensitive muscles and nerves that with proper treatment can be put on fire. For both men and women it is possible to get anal orgasms, in men with prostate stimulation as we heard earlier from Johan, for women by indirectly stimulating the G-spot or by anal stimulation.
Since we had this, let’s go to the 10 steps to have a great first anal time!
If you follow the ten steps below, you can ensure that your first anal sex experience is pleasurable rather than painful.
1) Get clean. It goes without saying that if you’re sexually stimulating an area that’s usually devoted to elimination, you need to ensure that it’s squeaky clean. Have a relaxing bath or shower beforehand and thoroughly clean the area. If you’re self-conscious about your lover seeing your anus in full for the first time, why not gently shave or wax the skin between your butt cheeks? You’ll be surprised how much more relaxed and confident this will make you.
2) Don’t rush into it. Engaging in foreplay or even intercourse before trying anal sex for the first time can help you relax. Analingus (oral-anal contact) is another great way to “warm-up” the anus and can be very pleasurable in and of itself. Run your tongue over the anus, licking it in soft, wet strokes, or circle it, running your tongue around the edge of it slowly and delicately. Flick the tip of your tongue rapidly over the opening, or try inserting your tongue as far as it will go pushing and stroking it back and forth. Try brushing your lips over the spot or sucking hard on the anus.
3) Use lots of lubricant. Since the anal region is not self-lubricating, anal lubricants are extremely helpful for making penetration more comfortable and pleasurable. Water-based and silicone-based lubes work well with both latex and polyurethane condoms. Many couples prefer a thicker lube (a “gel” rather than a “liquid”) for anal sex. Use as much lubricant as possible. You really can’t use too much.