Honestly, who can blame them? Wearing an anal plug just feels so good. However, there’s something else about it that drives men crazy. It’s the fact that their partner might be into anal sex too. Let’s find out how to safely wear plugs and have anal sex.
Anal Sex Is Taboo
It’s no secret that anal sex is taboo, and it has been for the longest time. People just find anything going into their rear end repulsive. How could anyone experience any pleasure from that? Well, don’t say anything until you’ve tried it. So why are people so judgy when it comes to anal? There are multiple reasons, but we feel like the main one is the fact that stuff comes out of our anuses. They probably assume that nothing should go back in because, you know, poop lives there. Doing some Google research will show you how far away from the truth that is.
For many people, if anything is taboo, they want to be part of it. Something is “forbidden” for a reason, and that reason — in this case — is the fact that it feels so damn good. Not everyone should know about this. That’s why men are so hooked on the idea of anal sex.
Maybe they think it will feel better because the anus is really tight, or they just like butts. Whatever it may be, every man’s dream is to have anal sex at least once in their life. Some just don’t want to admit it.
Women Wearing Butt Plugs Is Inviting
Listen — wearing a butt plug and having anal sex are two completely different things. For some reason, men assume they’re one and the same. So naturally, when they notice that their partner is wearing a plug, they assume she wants to have anal sex. Assumptions like that can really make their chances of having anal sex non-existent.
Butt plugs are there to stimulate the anus, but they range in sizes and designs too like the cute ones in lovegasm. Maybe your partner is wearing a small plug that makes her feel amazing. On the other hand, that doesn’t mean a much bigger penis will bring her anal pleasure.
Still, she might be open to anal play. This type of play can include other sex toys, fingers, and even some tongue if she’s in a good mood. So if you want to discuss the subject, make sure you approach it carefully.
Ready for Anal? Read These Tips
On the off chance that you’re lucky enough and your lady does want to have anal sex, there are multiple tips you should know about. Anal sex definitely isn’t child’s play because people can get hurt in the process. Ensure you’re taking things slowly, do your research, and even give your partner a few days to prepare to reduce the risk of injury. Maybe she wants to try an anal training kit as well.
So if you’re ready to spice up your sex life with anal, there are things you need to know before you get into it. So let’s take a look at what they are.
Just like any time you’re trying to get laid, you won’t go into it sweaty and dirty. Make sure you clean yourself thoroughly. This is the perfect time to pamper yourself a little and hype yourself up for what’s about to happen. You can even set the mood with some music.
We don’t have to tell you to clean your genitals, but we will, just in case. Don’t assume you’ll be going in without a condom because you probably won’t. Whatever’s on your penis and in your partner’s rectum probably shouldn’t be mixing. A condom will ensure everyone’s safety, so don’t think you don’t need one.
Once you’re all done with that, make sure your partner does the same. You’d be surprised how many people don’t do any of this, which is exactly why we have to say it.
If Not Comfortable – Use Enema
Okay, we get it — but what if there’s poop? What if your penis touches poop? What if it comes out after you pull out? Those are all normal things that could really happen. So we understand if that makes you a little bit uncomfortable. Not only can it be uncomfortable for you, but for your partner as well.
To ensure none of that happens, we have to go back to hygiene again. There is only so much you can do when washing your anus. Sure, you can even slip a finger in, but that’s not gonna help empty it and your bowels.
That’s why you should use an enema. This device injects liquid or gas into the rectum, and it helps clear it out completely after approximately an hour. This is how you’ll know for sure that your anal experience won’t be as messy as it could be.
Lubrication Is Key
Listen to us carefully when we say that you need lube and you need a hell of a lot of it. One squirt simply won’t cut it, and you might have to re-apply it as you go. Unlike vaginas, anuses have no way of lubricating themselves. It’s completely dry in there. If you go in dry, you can cause severe injury to your partner. Oh, it will hurt.
There are two types of lubricants to think about — water-based and silicone-based ones. When it comes to the former, you will probably need a lot more of it because it gets absorbed much faster.
Silicone-based lubricant, however, is good because it will last a lot longer (even in water), and you won’t need as much of it. Whichever sounds like a better pick for you is what you should choose. Why? Because using a lubricant is mandatory!
Foreplay or No Way
You didn’t really think you’d be able to go straight in? No matter how ready you both are, anal penetration will definitely be nerve-racking. That’s why you should always start with foreplay. We’re not just talking about the kind of foreplay that will make you both aroused. This isn’t vaginal sex we’re talking about, so wetness isn’t what we’re after.
First of all, foreplay will help you both relax and get in the mood. Then, it’s time to do some anal prep. No matter how prepared your partner is, anal kit and all, you should still give the anus some special attention. Test the waters with rimming, or maybe even inserting a finger or two first.
Remember, if your partner changes her mind and isn’t feeling it — you should always respect that and try again another time.
Who doesn’t love some butt play? Men certainly do. It’s not only the fact that they find butts and boobs attractive, but there’s just something about anal sex too. If you’re feeling generous enough, make your man’s biggest fantasy come to life.