In this episode of Ask A Porn Star we get anal sex tips from Amarna Miller, Piper Perri, Mick Blue, Leya Falcon, Charlotte Sartre, Lily Lane, Kiki Daire, Jasmine Webb, Aubrey Sinclair, Cherie DeVille, Abella Danger, Jessie Lynne, Bella Doll, Harmony Cage, and Brooklyn Chase.
Openly communicate with your partner. Before you try anything, make sure your partner is up for it. Anal sex is not something that you can surprise your partner with. If you don’t prep for it in advance, it’s going to be very painful. And, you don’t want to hurt your partner and make them be wary of sleeping with you the next time. Remember, consent is everything. So, discuss with your partner that you want to try anal sex, and if you are both game, take it slow and explore together.
A good way to prepare for anal sex is by using anal plugs to stretch your buttonhole days before. You can start with smaller ones at first, and slowly work your way up to bigger anal plugs. What you can also do is play with your anus while you masturbate, so that you can associate anal stimulation with pleasure. Don’t put a dick or dildo right in there. It’s important to warm it up and stretch it slowly.
Have a fiber-rich diet, so that your bowels easily clean out. Some recommend doing an enema before dabbling in anal sex. Now, this post is not about the proper ways of doing an enema, so research more into it. The point is to clear out your bowels before anal sex, so that you don’t accidentally soil your bed or wherever you are doing the naughty. Yes, sometimes stool does come out during anal sex, so you’ve got to be careful.
Some recommend lube, while others suggest a lot of spit. Whatever you do decide to use, make sure that the thing you are inserting in your butt is well lubricated. Anus does not naturally lubricate itself like vagina does, so you have to keep reapplying lubrication on your penis or whatever object you are putting in there.
The person has to be relaxed and turned on by it; otherwise they are not going to enjoy anal sex. One of the ways you can help them relax is take things real slow, and start with fingers or your tongue, before you proceed with things of bigger girth. Urge them to take a deep breath and relax, and make sure whatever you are doing is pleasurable and not painful.
Most importantly, don’t treat anus as something that needs to be rammed. Massage it at first, wait for it to stretch, give it love, like you would give love to any other body part of your partner. What makes anal sex pleasurable is going slow at first and gently easing into it.
Keep experimenting, my friends, and until next time!