“These hot babes will make you think about anal sex”
Are you bored with your sex life and wanting to try something new? Do you shy away from being more adventurous in the bedroom even though you’re not content to just stick to the way things have always been? A common solution to bedroom blues is to try out anal sex. The idea is a little daunting at first, yeah, but it has great perks for you and your girl.
If it seems unnatural to you, just know that it isn’t at all! Over one-fourth of ALL straight couples have had anal sex at some point or another, and many couples actually prefer it. The key to good anal sex and not a botched attempt that leads to embarrassment and agreeing to never talk about it again is a mix of doing your research and having good communication. Anal sex, while being the same concept, is largely different from vaginal sex. Before you attempt it, talk it out with her. Tell her what you want and let her know that it isn’t weird or painful if you do it right. Keep in mind that most first attempts that go badly only do so due to lack of knowledge, because chances are she’s heard horror stories from her friends or the media. Make sure you have all the supplies you need beforehand: condoms, numbing gel, and anal lubrication. Your local sex shop will have the all of these things, and they are ALL essential for anal sex.
“It is essential to prepare her mentally before trying anal sex”
Keep in mind when you’re getting her ready that the anus is NOT self-lubricating like the vagina is. There will be a thin layer of mucus, but that’s it and it’s not enough to make it easy on you or her. Be liberal with the lube when you do go in, and spend plenty of time prepping her. Ass play can be fun as foreplay anyway, so make sure she’s plenty stretched out. The rectum isn’t as elastic as entrance to the vagina, and a lot of couples encounter difficulty and pain when they try and push through the muscle without adequate preparation. Also dismiss any doubts either of you have about the ass being a dirty thing. Unless you’ve just finished going number two or are about to, the anus will be clean aside from the mucus. Do not attempt an enema beforehand to clean her out or it can severely damage and dry out the anus, leading to tearing during sex. When you actually get into the sex, use numbing gel to ease any pain she might encounter, and let her know that she can tell you to stop if it begins to hurt too badly.
If you follow these instructions, you shouldn’t have an issue with pain during anal sex. The key is patience, and more buildup makes the actual sex more fun anyway. Don’t rush just because you want to get it in; if she’s not ready, it’ll be awful for BOTH of you, not just her. When done well, though, anal sex can be a great way to spice up your sex life.