Anal, is it the back door to better sex?

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Anal, is it the back door to better sex?

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Anal some love it, others hate it, and many have never tried it, but one thing is for sure more heterosexual couples are trying back door sex these days. While many will claim it is popular because of the taboo factor, there is more to it.

What is Anal?

Anal or anal sex is sexual intercourse where a penis is inserted into the anus of a partner; anal is popular among gay and straight couples. The anus has nerve endings and blood vessels that lead to erotic and intense sexual intercourse between couples. Lube is necessary for all anal fun as cuts or tears could lead to infections. There are risks of STDs with anal sex and viral or bacterial infections if you plan on having vaginal or oral sex after anal.

So what do you need to know about anal?

The first thing you need to do is understand and accept there will be a mess sometimes. You cant be nervous with anal; you need to be relaxed. As you with all new sexual activities, always discuss it with your partner beforehand. Discuss limits and boundaries and decide on how far you are willing to go initially; you will be more relaxed and comfortable by discussing it.

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It would be best to set a date for anal sex, and first-time anal sex shouldn’t be spontaneous sex. Apart from eating a high fiber diet beforehand make sure you are as “empty” as possible. You will also want to have a warm shower so that you can make sure everything is as clean as possible, and both partners should do this together. It will also help with easing your nerves and will amp up arousal and excitement.

If you are going to use toys during your play session, make sure everything is nearby so that the mood isn’t lost. So make sure you have the butt plugs, anal beads, baby wipes because shit happens, and the most crucial element, LUBE, nearby.

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Always agree on safewords before you play, and make sure to check in on each other during play; communication is essential when trying out new sexual activities. When it comes to anal, you need to always start with foreplay; not only will it relax your partner, but arousal helps relax the muscles and sphincters, which makes for an easy transition to anal.

Anal can be painful if done wrong, so constantly communicate with your partner and make sure to use excessive lube; in this instance, it will help both of you. It will take time and patience, so don’t rush it. Start off small and either use bigger toys or more fingers as you slowly work the area until you or your partner are ready.

After finishing your anal play, clean yourself, and your toys up and always make time for aftercare; it will be the difference between a once-off experience or more anal fun.

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Anal some love it, others hate it, and many have never tried it, but one thing is for sure more heterosexual couples are trying back door sex these days. While many will claim it is popular because of the taboo factor, there is more to it.

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