A Beginner’s Guide to Anal Sex With partner

A Beginner’s Guide to Anal Sex With partner. Anal sex is becoming very famous today. The thing that often scares people about anal is the potential for some kind of gross, smelly mess. Fortunately, with a little forethought, the chances of that happening can be completely eliminated.

Time for a little biology lesson! Here’s something you might’ve not known – your colon is actually a pretty clean place. There may be a few stray bits of fecal matter around the anus itself, but the area just inside the opening is generally very clean and hygienic. The body is loaded with little micro-bacteria whose job it is to keep your bowels clean. Otherwise we’d probably be littered with disease.

So unless you imminently have to poo, you needn’t worry about any messes from anal sex. That said, it’s a good idea to take a shower or bath beforehand to clean off any excess fecal matter that got missed last time you wiped (as well as any stuck on bits of toilet paper that sometimes get left behind). You should, of course, also use a condom. Anal sex is a little more prone to causing bleeding which is generally harmless but is an easy way to transmit STDs.

So you’re clean and ready to go. The next step is to lube up! The anus is very stretchy, but it doesn’t have the natural lubricant that the vagina does, so it needs a little help. Any water-based lube is a good option. Apply some both to the anus and to the penis (or a toy if that’s what you’re using). That will make the insertion process much more comfortable and safe.

Once you’ve inserted, it’s a good idea to take things slow to let the anus get used to the penetration and let the receiving partner ease in and relax their body so that it stays pleasurable and comfortable. And that’s really all there is to safe and healthy anal sex. Have fun!

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