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Backdoor Basics: How to get started with anal sex
There’s no doubt about it: anal sex can turn you on to a whole other realm of sexy experiences you never believed possible.
 
Aug 20, 2015

Backdoor basics

There’s no doubt about it: anal sex can turn you on to a whole other realm of sexy experiences you never believed possible. The anus and anal passage have not only a great deal of nerve endings, but anal play for men will stimulate the prostate (or male g spot), and for women provide secondary stimulation to the g spot through the anal cavity wall. Anal play can sometimes be scary as you may be concerned with mess or pain, but with the right techniques and advice you can avoid both these uncomfortable possible side effects and simply let the pleasure seeking begin. The basics of getting started with anal sex should get you started on just that path.


Have the right chat

There is no two ways about it: having and anal experience with your partner involves a great deal of communication. The first step in the=is communication chain is discussing your partner’s views on how they would like to go about experimenting. Thinking you will just sneak it in is not going to be successful unless your partner is already very willing (even though you hadn’t asked) and the likely result may be some harsh words or even a slap. Discussion of anal sex should start before with how and what your partner would like to try and the best steps to getting there. If any mention of anal play results in a firm no it seems you may be fresh out of luck.


Be clean

If either partner is concerned about mess there are various ways to combat this. From:

Not eating solids for a day (pretty extreme if you ask us)

Emptying your bowels before a play session

Cleaning in the shower

 Douching.

All are viable options however the best way to eliminate all opportunities for mess to occur is to douche.

Douching kits are available at any sex shop or online for minimal cost. Directly before a play session douche with warm water at least once (more if you want to be extra certain) to provide the best environment for you to play in.


Prepare with smaller objects

Especially if your partner has never experimented with anal play before, it could be a good idea to start off a little

1. Communication from beginning to end
2. Setting a relaxing environment
3. Lube, lube, lube
4. Numbing cream
5. Go slow!
6. Aftercare

 

 
 

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