Anal Sex Guide For Beginners

Dr. Kat is here once again to give you an Anal Sex 101. Anal sex has been voted the number one taboo by heterosexual couples in the United States. And it’s no wonder a lot of people are attracted to taboos. So whether you’re a male or a female, there’s a specific guidelines to trying out anal sex for the first time. Number one is you always want to make sure that you give yourself plenty of time. Do not rush into anal sex. And for God’s sake, do not be drunk the first time you actually try anal sex. You want to be sure that you really can communicate with your partner about what’s working and what isn’t and to go slow.

Oftentimes you’re not going to actually engage in full penetration the first time you have anal sex. You want to kind of work your way up. So you also want to start small which is either with your finger or a really great sex toy as “My First Anal Toy”. The reason why it’s so great is because it is small and so you can work your way up. There’s also a vibrator attached to it which some people find that a little extra vibration is even more pleasurable than without. So it gives you more opportunities that waited experience pleasure. So the main thing is whether you’re using a sex toy or finger, lube, lube, and more lube. There’s actually lube developed just for anal sex that’s thicker and lasts a little longer. And I do suggest going that route as well. So start slow, start small, and take your time and realize that it may take you a session or two to get to a point that it’s really pleasurable. Also, whether you’re a male or a female, if you’re masturbating the person at the same time or have them masturbate themselves, it can actually help reroute the pain pleasure signals in the body. And that will allow them to relax and actually enjoy their first foray into anal intercourse.