You’ve probably heard that there’s more to anal sex than just “pushing that button.” If anal sex has always been the most popular form of oral sex, why is it that over 50% of couples in today’s society are engaging in anal sex? Why is it that anal sex doesn’t just fall apart once the penetration action stops? Anal sex, like any other form of sex, can have its kinks and bumps and turns into a major ordeal if the anal sex is not performed correctly – and performed by the right person.
First off, I’d like to address the misconceptions about anal sex in today’s society. Many people believe that “anal” intercourse means receptive sex where the woman penetrates her man from the rear end (which is incorrect). Also, many people think that anal sex is degrading, humiliating, and “silly.” The fact of the matter is that when performed correctly, anal sex can be a very pleasurable, memorable experience that gives both partners much enjoyment.
First, let’s discuss proper anal sex. The proper method is to use a lubricant when penetrating your partner’s anus. Most women prefer oil because it prevents friction on the sensitive anal skin and reduces the chances of soreness and irritation. Some men also prefer a lubricant because it makes it easier to thrust, adds some extra spicing to the act, and prevents irritation of the vagina. Generally, it’s up to the woman to decide whether she wants a lube or a condom, but using a lubricant is much safer and more pleasant than unprotected intercourse.
Next, let’s talk about pre-exposure prophylaxis. A good way to prevent the anus from occurring is to take an aspirin at least 24 hours before anal sex. This helps prevent infection in that region by thinning the lining of the mucous membrane that lines the anus. If you do not take an aspirin, you should invest in a quality lubricant that lubricates the inside of your anus and the outside.
The next step is for you and your partner to make love. If you want to get pregnant, you must remember that anal sex does not usually allow for long periods of penetration, so lengthy foreplay is necessary to increase the amount of friction that occurs during penetration. It would help if you also were relaxed and comfortable. If you feel any pain at all while making love, then you should stop and wait until you are both feeling better.
To prevent infection from occurring, you need to clean up properly after any sexual activity. Use a cleaner that is specifically designed for the anus to help you with this. When you get out of the shower, or even when you do your regular bathing, you should always wipe up after yourself to ensure no soap residue or mess on the anal area. You should also wash your vagina and use a douche if you are trying to get pregnant. Douching can help eliminate any unwanted bacteria that can cause an infection.
After the foreplay, you and your partner can begin to rub your anus on each other. Keep in mind that when you are scratching your hands on your partner, you will not only expose yourself to disease-carrying germs and viruses, but you will also do this very quickly and unnecessarily. You should use the motions of your fingers to stimulate the nerve endings inside of your anus. When you find that you are already aroused, you can begin to do the actual activity itself. It would help if you focused on pleasuring yourself and not on pleasing your partner. Remember that the entire point of anal sex is to have fun, so you should go slow and enjoy yourself.
Condoms will also help prevent you from getting infected by catching HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Although unprotected vaginal sex can indeed make you more susceptible to deadly diseases, it does not have to. If you use condoms during anal sex, you will be taking care of unprotected vaginal sex. You will be able to protect yourself and your partner from contracting anything that can make you get pregnant. Not only will you be able to protect yourself, but you will be able to give your baby a better chance at life.