You can go ahead and venture into the anal area if you want to.
It’s a lot of fun. The experience is enjoyable. What are you waiting for?
Women often have hesitations about anal play, despite it being one of the most popular forms of sexual activity for men.
Anal toys allow people to experience a greater variety of sensations and become more aware of their bodies. In terms of women, many of them fail to realize that the vagina and the anal cavity share a wall, meaning that pressing from behind can produce a completely different sensation.
Most men, however, do not realize how much pleasure they can get from tickling their prostate.
First-time users of anal toys and vibration devices may find the experience a tad intimidating, and it is important to be mindful of a few things, both physically and psychologically. When someone experiences a bad first time, it’s usually because they jump in too quickly.
Using anal toys for the first time requires taking some considerations into account before, during, and after. By following this advice, you can have an enjoyable, safe, and most importantly, pleasurable experience. Additionally, anal sex toys are a fantastic way to get ready for anal sex.
We’ll start with your bottom
Many myths are surrounding anal sex and play need to be debunked as soon as possible!
– Among the most common myths about anal sex is that it’s dirty and unhealthy.
That is not true! An ass naturally cleans itself. There will be times when things get messy, but it’s entirely safe.
– An enema is required before you begin.
Definitely not! Anal doesn’t require that you go through a deep cleaning back there. Playing anal will not make you poop. Consider going before playing and avoiding foods that cause loose stools before you play.
– It’s a gay thing!
This statement is also untrue. All genders can benefit from anal stimulation, including homosexuals, bisexuals, and straight men and women.
– It’s going to hurt.
There’s nothing wrong with anal play, in fact, it shouldn’t hurt that much. It may be more enjoyable than vaginal sex once you become accustomed to it.
Anal sex: Why do we do it?
Somewhat understandable apprehension accompanies the exploration of one of the body’s most mysterious holes. Considering that the vagina and penis are more suited for sexual pleasure, why incorporate the butt?
Many straight men have the misconception that anal play is only for homosexuals, but this is far from the truth. Apart from being alright and accepted in itself, homosexual activity is a relationship formed by two individuals of the same gender. If you don’t realize it, inanimate objects do not have gender, and anal play is possible even with heterosexual partners, so sexual activities aren’t exclusive to homosexuals.
The act of becoming aware of what your body is capable of and taking advantage of them doesn’t constitute anything homosexual. It is common for men to use butt plugs so that things remain interesting and because there is the joy of playing with their prostates. Everyone who has had their prostate stimulated knows that a quick, hands-free stimulation can lead to explosive climaxes resulting from some prostate play.
Anal play provides many women with a sense of fullness that is similar to that of double penetration without including anyone else in their sex life.
When a woman has a toy in her anal cavity, her vagina presses into the toy her partner is using during sex, making the experience more exciting. Providing the toys are inserted correctly and sanitized after every use, one shouldn’t think that anal play violates morals or that there’s anything wrong with you.
You should only play with toys that are intended for anal play
A dildo or vibrator designed for vaginal use is usually straight and narrow, so when anally used, it may easily become stuck.
That’s why it’s important to use toys that have been crafted with anal play in mind.
For anal toys, a base with a flared shape that is at least 6 inches in diameter should be ideal. Toys with these bases can easily avoid becoming stuck inside the body since they act as a stopper.
Unless the base of the object is flared, never put anything in anyone’s bum. Those things such as cucumbers, non-anal vibrating devices, and regular bulbs are out. All you need is a buttplug and a few anal toys for fun.
Any anal sex toy should have the following qualities:
– The material should be non-porous.
For anal use, porous materials are dangerous and unpleasant. The pores of sex toys are susceptible to catching bacteria, mould, and other nasty things that can cause infection to you or your partner. A sex toy made from silicone, borosilicate glass, or metal is the most durable.
– The item should be small in size.
Attempting to shove even the tiniest plug further back will make you hurt if you don’t the first train yourself back there.
– The pull mechanism
There should be a mechanism preventing it from becoming lost. You should be able to get it out without placing your hand there (or another person’s). Usually, a pull string or T-shaped draw will do.
It needs to be sturdy. The rope breaks easily, so it is not acceptable.
Keep it clean
It is best to prepare yourself before using an anal toy.
Getting used to anal sex toys involves a lot of preparation. Make sure that you prepare well for your play session.
Most people are reluctant to enter into anal sex. Despite not needing an enema, it is highly recommended that you wash your backside thoroughly. You should eat extra fibre during the day when you can.
It is also important to set up your physical body for anal play. You will need to engage in a lot of sexual foreplay, and teasing to get the most out of anal play. When you are new to anal play, it is wise to masturbate first before attempting insertion.
Now that we’ve covered everything, it’s time for some anal play!
So, here’s how to do it right!
1. Put your brain to work
Check your comfort level and mood beforehand. If you aren’t in the mood for play anal, it shouldn’t be forced since a happy anus is one who cooperates.
Having a thorough understanding of what to expect will enhance your experience and allow you to enjoy the anal play more. Whenever you feel nervous or anxious about a subject, do some research. Keep in mind that this isn’t a race. It is important to find the pace that suits your needs.
2. Apply as much lubricant as possible
You should wash the toy with soap and water before you play with it. To prevent damaging your silicone toy, use a lube that doesn’t contain silicone.
Anal lubes are specially formulated (usually with cooling or numbing properties), but most water-based lubricants will also do the trick.
With anal, there can never be too much.
3. Finding the right position
Taking control and maximizing the impact of anal play is the next step. Since inserting an anal toy requires a range of motion that is challenging, you will need to think this over thoroughly.
Enjoying anal play is key to achieving great results. When you’re tense, you won’t enjoy the experience.
Sex is supposed to be fun, so remember to keep it that way. If you do not like anal play, it is not necessary to do it.
The idea may get your blood pumping, and if it does, go ahead and discuss it, learn about it, and experiment safely. There is nothing to fear from it.
4. Relax and take it easy
You should then sit back, relax, and place the toy at the beginning of your anus, lightly pressing on it. It is best to keep it there and let your body become accustomed to the pressure and temperature before slowly slipping it in more. Slow and steady is the way to go. Insert it inch by inch if necessary, you don’t need to go all the way at once.
Upon fully inserting it, you can attempt to remove your hands from the toy. The feeling that it’s being forced out might require you to hold it in.
It is important to keep in mind that once you orgasm your muscles may tense up, causing the toy to fly out of you. If you don’t want to get into trouble with an anal toy you recently used, keeping a towel nearby as a kind of landing zone is a smart move.
6. Following that
To remove a toy slowly after inserting it, grab the base by the toy and pull it out slowly, don’t do so quickly or you’ll tear something inside.
Soak it in soapy water and thoroughly wash it. It’s not something I’m exaggerating, you know what your butt is capable of achieving.
The experience of anal play can be empowering and crazy fun when it is executed correctly. It is of utmost importance that you thoroughly understand what you are getting yourself into and that you take all the steps necessary to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
Silicone-based lubricants retain their slickness the longest, so I’d recommend those, but if you use silicone toys then that option is out, and oil-based is your next best choice.
And please, go slow!