Anal Sex, for some, is as easy as warm apple pie, but for others, it can be a pretty daunting proposition that involves a lot of preparation. Getting yourself adequately “loose” for such an occasion doesn’t have to take you all afternoon. It just requires a little planning, that is all.
How do you prepare for anal sex? Here’s a handy little step by step approach for you to follow when you’re preparing for anal sex…
Step 1Go Shopping: Like any good night out (or in, for that matter), you need to spend a little money in order to receive a little love in return. So get your credit card ready, because the more tools you have at your disposal, the better the experience is going to be for you and for your hot new lover. Condoms, lube, dark colored sheets (if potential mess is a problem for you) would be a good starting point. Some people will go to the generous lengths and get waxed or even have an enema leading up to the event.
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Step 2Relaxation is Key: The mind controls the body and the body controls the mind. If you’re feeling relaxed all over, then there’s a good chance your glutes (and your anal sphincter) will find it a lot easier to relax too. So turn the lights down low, take a bath or a shower together, put your favorite Marvin Gaye record on, have a little chocolate, or do whatever it is that chills you out the most. Of course, massage is always a fantastic way to get all the muscles nice and loose, so have those aromatic oils ready.
Note: Intimidation is not an ideal way to make someone feel relaxed. Be gentle and take your time.
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Step 3Cleanliness is cool: The back door experience is a whole lot nicer for everyone when you’re clean down there in the nether-regions. It’s important to remember to do a “number 2” beforehand so you can all avoid the mess later on. It’s also a bonus to clean the anal canal a little bit as well. However, don’t get carried away, because cleaning the anus with too much soap can cause the cavity to dry out and can actually increase your chances of STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections). Be clean. Just don’t go overboard with the anal douche.
Step 4Anal Foreplay: Okay, big boy, no need to just dive straight in there. A little patience goes a long way when it comes to anal sex. It can’t be stressed enough how important it is to really work that anal foreplay. Use your tongue to get all the right sensations going. Once things are getting nice and moist, use your fingers to massage the sphincter and gently begin to push them into the anal cavity. Slow movements are a must, especially if it’s that special someone’s first time. There is a wide variety of sex toys that really help for this specific task too. So peruse the aisles of your local online adult store (Adam & Eve’s for example) and see what tickles your fancy.
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Step 5Lube Up: Okay, this really is the most important step of all. Remember to have the lube ready, within arm’s reach at all times. There’s nothing worse than when you are almost at penetration point, and… “Wait, where’d I put that lube?” It’s a vibe killer and can really throw all the work that you and your partner have done to get to that point, straight out the window. So, have it close by, on the bedside table, or wherever it is you might be getting down and dirty.
Note: Because the anus does not produce a natural lubricant, be sure to lather on the lube in very generous portions, and reapply whenever necessary (especially when using a water-based lube, which eventually evaporates). The more, the better. There really is no need to be frugal when it comes to lubing up.
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Step 6Bag Up: Yes, I’m talking about condoms, ladies, and gentlemen. The anus is much more susceptible than the vagina to Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) as it can tear and cut a lot easier, therefore it is extremely important to wear protection at all times. Putting condoms on sex toys is another way to prevent the transmission of infections too, especially when those toys have been shared with multiple partners.
Note: Using your mouth is another way that infections can spread, so wearing a dental dam is also an option.
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