A lot of misinformation about anal sex exists. We all need an anal sex how-to guide. If you don’t know the facts, you might avoid what could be a pleasurable and intimate experience, or you could end up hurting yourself or your partner! We uncover the truth about those myths and offer advice to have awesome anal sex!
Actually, anal sex shouldn’t hurt if you’re doing it right. Pain is your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong, so you need to figure it out.
Avoid this mistake: Take your time when it comes to anal sex, especially if it’s going to be your first time. Don’t rush into it. Make plenty of time for foreplay to relax yourself. This can include anal stimulation with fingers or toys.
Have anal lube on hand to ease insertion, and apply more when necessary.
If you’re on the receiving end, be vocal about your status. As the giver, you need to be prepared to go slow, watch for cues and respect your partner if he or she needs you to slow down, stop or pull out altogether.
Yes, the anus is where you defecate from. No, that doesn’t mean anal sex has to be messy. You can take a few precautions to minimize any messiness.
Sometimes you can do all those things, and anal sex still gets a little messy. Using condoms can make cleanup easy, but it’s not a big deal if you encounter some fecal matter. Simply clean it up and move on.
This anal sex myth has been spread by porn. Sexy starlets like to take it up the bum; then their partners switch to oral or vaginal sex. But this is a bad idea. The anus contains bacteria that aren’t native to the vagina or mouth, and a penis or toy is just the thing to spread those bacteria.
Ass-to-vagina is especially risky because the vagina and cervix can easily become unbalanced, leading to infections that require antibiotics to fix. So do yourself a favor and avoid the future doctor’s visit by keeping it hygienic.
Wash. Change condoms then continue sex as normal in the pussy or mouth.
Anal sex is so often touted as something for the man who’s inserting his penis into an ultra-tight space that we forget that those people on the receiving end, both men and women, can enjoy it, too. It can feel incredibly submissive, and some people are capable of having anal orgasms.
In fact, some men don’t especially like having anal sex with their partners because it does nothing for them! You never know who likes anal sex or why.
A man’s prostate is located in the anus, which makes anal sex an incredibly pleasurable experience, which brings us to our next point.
Yes, gay men often engage in anal play together. But a man who likes to insert a butt plug while masturbating or even to have his wife penetrate him with a strap-on certainly isn’t gay. There’s no “straight” way to give or receive sexual pleasure, anal included.
Men who fear that liking anal penetration makes them gay may miss out on the benefits (sexual, emotional and physical) of prostate sex and being able to explore new heights with their partners.
When men are penetrated by a finger, or a dildo, and are able to receive all the pleasure that it brings – they start to fully understand what it is like to be in a woman’s body. This will then change the way he penetrates a woman because he has much more compassion and understanding of what it is like to be penetrated.
When a man fully feels an anal sex prostate orgasm, his life is changed forever. This is why we completely recommend anal sex for both sexes, whether you are a heterosexual man or not. Now is the time to get your anal wings and your first anal orgasm.
Now that you know the truth about these anal sex myths, and have read this anal sex how to you can head out into the world and have awesome anal sex!