If you have ever been a little curious, this is your month to learn about everything anal. Even though anal sex has become more common throughout the years, it is still a thou-shalt-not-enter hole. Anal sex is a personal choice just like any other sex (oral sex, intercourse). There are many concerns, myths, and questions that surround anal sex that have people skeptical of giving anal sex the green light. We will discuss tips, products (dildos, butt plugs, lubricants), to-do/not to-dos; that will help you turn that red light green.
The three fundamentals of having great anal sex are relaxation, communication, and lubrication. A common misconception is that anal sex should hurt. IT SHOULD NEVER HURT! If it hurts, you need to go back to the drawing board. Ask yourselves: Are you using the right lube? Should we try a different position?
Foreplay with the anus; this will allow it to open up and make it less intimidating. Don’t try to shove a large butt plug on your first try because it will potentially scare away future anal play. Start small with a finger or slimmer toy to get your feet wet. Once you guys are more comfortable, you guys can increase the size of your anal toy.
“Are you satisfied?”
It is so vital that there is an open line of communication in the bedroom. The more you communicate, the more pleasure the both of you will be experiencing. Anal play isn’t for everyone and it is essential that this is something you both want to continue.
Lube, lube, lube
The thicker the lube; the better for your anus! Silicone lubricants are great for anal play versus using water-based that will need to be reapplied after a while. Your best option would be to use anal lube; a thicker, long-lasting lube created specifically for anal play.
We carry a spectrum of anal toys in different sizes, shapes, and materials that range from beginner to advanced level.
Tip: Your anal toy should be easy to clean, smooth, and have a base.