7 No-Pain Anal Sex Tips For Beginners

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7 No-Pain Anal Sex Tips For Beginners

Anal sex can be such a fun, exciting, and super-pleasurable experience. If you’re curious about anal sex, you’re far from alone. More than 1 in 3 women ages 19 to 44 have tried anal sex at least once.

Let’s get right down to it. Anal sex doesn’t have to hurt — and shouldn’t if you’re doing it properly. Before you try it, it’s worth taking time to discuss what to know, what to avoid, and how to prepare for anal sex to make the experience amazing.

And this your complete beginner’s guide.

 

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Communicate with your partner

Sex isn’t the time to be quiet. Plus, communicating only makes it better. Before your clothes are off, talk it out with your partner.

Be sure to tell your partner what feels good and what doesn’t, and speak up if you’re uncomfortable or want to stop. This helps you both become better lovers and ensures that you’re both still into it all the way through.

Consider having a safe word / a code word that has nothing to do with sex (like “golf”) that brings everything to a halt, fast. This can be a smart strategy in any new sexual situation.

 

Start Small & Slow

A penis or dildo shouldn’t be the first thing that you put in your butt. Start small using fingers or small sex toys and gradually work your way up.

If using fingers, begin with a well-lubed pinky. If you prefer toys, start with a very small butt plug. Over time, you might be able to start a little larger.

 

Use Condoms

Even if you’re in a monogamous relationship, condoms are a good idea when it comes to anal sex. Why? For one, they reduce friction to provide a smoother entry. Second, since anal tissue is fragile and susceptible to microscopic tears.

Having anal sex without a condom could cause the bacteria already in your anal canal to enter your bloodstream— which is not good. Use a separate condom for each sex act (like if you’re going from vaginal sex to anal sex).

Read this article to get more info:  The Important of Condom

Use a lot of lube

There’s no such thing as too much lube when it comes to any type of anal play. Apply it liberally around the anus and a little inside using your fingers. You’ll also want to apply it to the penis or toy that’s going to be doing the penetrating.

Not to be a nag, but your behind isn’t going to lubricate itself.

Anal sex without lube is painful and potentially risky.

I guess you would like to know more? How to choose the perfect lube?

 

Choose your lube wisely

Choosing the right lubricant is crucial when learning how to prepare for anal especially if you’re using condoms or sex toys.

Silicone lube is often the best way to go for anal sex because it’s thicker and longer-lasting than other types of lube.

Water-based lube is always a safe bet as it’s friendly to condoms and toys.

If you are using a latex rubber condom or sex toys made of silicone, then you should not use an oil-based lubricant. Oils will degrade the latex condom, which can cause a condom to tear. So remember to choose a water-based lube when using latex condoms.

Find more silicone and water-based lubes online.

 

Try an Anal Sex Toy

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Toys can be a great way to explore anal sex.

Make sure you find a toy suited for anal sex that has a base that flares out.

Trying a small anal plug can get your body used to the sensation of fullness and let you determine whether or not it’s pleasurable for you. And also consider doing some research: More and more online sex shops around that are providing sexperts talk positions, toys, and how-to’s.

 

Try ‘doggy-style’ anal sex position.

Sometimes, just tweaking your angle a bit can make all the difference when it comes to anal sex. The easiest anal sex position to start with is the doggy style position!

In the doggy style anal sex position, the giver should stay still at first so you, as the receiver, can be in control. This way, get to determine how fast or deep to go, and you can take things slower or shallower if you need to.

As you become more comfortable, you can start allowing your partner to go deeper into you, making sure you control the pace throughout.

By | 2020-11-11T09:33:09+08:00 November 11th, 2020|sex tips, Sex Toy Malaysia, sexual techniques|0 Comments

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