Many people have a curiosity about anal sex. It might turn them on or it might be something they want to explore with their partner.
Whatever the reason, it’s important to take things slowly. That way, you can make sure your partner is comfortable and safe. Here are some tips to help you get started: 1. Use a lubricant.
1. It’s a lot like vaginal sex
Like vaginal sex, anal sex can feel great and is an incredible way to spice things up sexually. It also creates a new level of intimacy and excitement in a relationship. However, it’s important to remember that you can get pregnant from anal sex so it’s best to practice safe anal sex and use condoms.
For first-time anal players, try slowly exploring the anal area by caressing and touching it without penetration. Then, after a while of getting comfortable, try penetrating the anus with your partner’s fingers or using anal toys to stimulate the area. Just make sure to use plenty of lube, since the anus doesn’t produce its own lubrication.
Once you start to feel the anal orgasm, it’s likely to be intense and full-body. It may also be painful, though, depending on how you prepare the anal region and what your body is used to. Luckily, you can alleviate the pain by slowing down and using lots of lube to keep everything smooth. It’s also crucial to check in with your partner and communicate throughout the anal play to ensure everyone is feeling good and safe.
2. It’s a lot like oral sex
If you’ve never had anal sex before, you may be surprised to learn how much it feels like oral sex. That’s because the anus is filled with nerves that respond to stimulation, whether from a penis, sex toy or fingers. It’s important to use lubrication and take things slow to avoid pain or injury.
It’s also important to remember that anal sex is more than just fun; it can also be risky if you and your partner aren’t careful. It’s possible to pass bacterial infections and viruses from one another, including HIV and HPV. To prevent this, it’s best to always use a condom during anal sex and change them regularly.
If you’re new to anal sex, start by masturbating alone and gradually work your way up to it with a friend or partner. This will help you get accustomed to sensations and learn how to prepare your anus for penetration. And as with any sex, it’s important to take it slow and only do what your body can handle. If you feel any pain, stop and try again later.
3. It’s a lot like vaginal sex with penetration
The anus has some of the same sensations as the vagina, especially with penetration. But the difference is, it’s not self-lubricating like the mouth or vulva. If you want to be safe, use lube on any object going in there. You can also try stroking the area, butt plugging, and fingering. It’s important to listen to your partner and do anal sex only when you’re both ready.
If you’re both a little nervous, you can try anal foreplay first. For example, you can massage the thighs and butt cheeks to stimulate the anal area properly. Adding a sex toy and lube can make it even more pleasurable.
It’s also important to start slow and with a lot of verbal guidance. Anal sex can be very intense, and it can hurt if you go too deep. And remember, the anus has bacteria that can be transferred into the vagina, so it’s a good idea to wash your hands before touching anything in your rectum. And, of course, use a condom. No one wants anal infections.
4. It’s a lot like vaginal sex with lubrication
In many ways, anal sex feels just like other forms of penetrative sex. It’s important to use a lot of water-based lubricant and start slow, making sure that the anus is comfortable. It’s also important to listen to your partner and stop at the first signs of pain — sex should never be painful!
Some women experience orgasms during anal sex, as the anus is filled with sensitive nerves that can be stimulated. Other women may find clitoral stimulation more pleasurable, or even G-spot orgasms. And, as with vaginal sex, it’s important to keep communication open and moving slowly throughout.
Overall, anal sex can be a great experience for couples who are ready to expand their sexual horizons and experiment together. It’s important to discuss why you want to try anal sex, and to be clear about your expectations and boundaries. And remember, sex is always safest when both partners feel comfortable and happy throughout the entire experience. Be sure to use a condom, and to switch to vaginal or oral sex at any time that either partner is uncomfortable or in pain.
5. It’s a lot like vaginal sex with stimulation
Whether you’re gay, straight or somewhere in between, chances are that at some point you’ve wondered what it feels like to have anal sex. And if you haven’t, then prepare to have your mind blown!
The anus has just as many nerve endings as your fingers or mouth, and is capable of a surprisingly intense amount of pleasure. It can be incredibly satisfying for both partners, especially when the anal is pushed up and out during sexual activity.
When you’re ready to give anal sex a try, make sure you have plenty of lubrication and that your partner is comfortable. Then, slowly explore the anus by caressing and touching it without penetration. Once your partner is comfortable, start to penetrate a little and then pull out. Always be mindful of your partner and stop at the first sign of pain.
Anal sex is a lot of fun, but it’s important to remember that it’s not as safe as other forms of sex. It’s important to use a condom and change it often, and to follow general hygiene rules like always washing your hands before touching your anus or vagina.