How to Eat Ass

In this episode of sexplanations, Dr. Lindsey Doe, a clinical sexologist, talks about how to eat ass.

Step 1 – Ask Your Partner If You Can.
Consent is everything. You might be too eager to pleasure your partner, but’s it’s important to get their permission before you decide to play the rusty trombone.

Step 2 – Get Ready.
Once they have let you give them a rim job, it’s time to get ready. Avoid giving anything bad TO their asshole and getting anything bad FROM their asshole.

Here are the infections you can get from anilingus:
• Gonnorhea
• Chlamydia
• Syphilis
• Hepatitis A
• Hepatitis B
• Gastrointestinal Problems
• Parasites

Crazy, eh? What can you do to reduce the risks of catching a disease from culosex? Check out the 4th step for safety tips, but for now let’s move to…

Step 3 – Set a Time.
The one with the asshole, watch your bowel movements. Monitor what you eat so that you are not sick or gaseous. Shower and wash your whole butt with soap, especially the anus. Don’t go inside, though, and make sure you rinse well. Trim, shave, or wax your pubes if you want to, and then wash again.
The one with the mouth, don’t eat anything spicy if you are going to eat your partner’s anus directly. For hygiene’s sake, clean your mouth. But, to avoid catching anything bad from the anus, you’d rather…

Step 4 – Get Dams!
Acquire some dams for a layer of protection. They reduce the risk of all the bugs mentioned above.
In this video, Lindsey demonstrates three ways to make a quick dam from a condom, a glove, and a non-microwavable cling wrap. Fun times are good, but remember – safety first.

Step 5 – Play.
Play with all sorts of body parts, kissing, massaging, whatever it takes to get your partner aroused beforehand.

Step 6 – Lightly Blow on the Asshole.
Blowing will light up the sensitive spot, as well as waft the smell toward you, so that you can check if you want to proceed.

Step 7 – Add Lube & Put a Dam in Place.
Add enough lube to keep things soft, but not too much so that anus thinks it’s leaking. Lindsey is not opposed to direct mouth to anus contact, but she recommends using a dam for many benefits.

Step 8 – Go Slowly.
Work your way to the anus from the buttocks, from the genitals, inner thighs, etc… You want to feel welcome there and the best way to do that is by approaching with care.

Step 9 – Check In.
Come up for air and ask your partner if they are enjoying themselves, want it deeeper, wetter, and so on. If you are getting just a yes or no answers, chances are they want you to stop talking and get back to business.

Step 10 – Enjoy Yourself.
Whatever sexual act you do with your partner, it should be enjoyable for everyone involved. If you are not into it, be honest. It’s okay for you to stop at any time and it’s okay to let you partner know what you think about eating ass.

Step 11 – Wash Your Mouth And Face Afterward.
Make sure you thoroughly wash your mouth after the act with soap, mouthwash. Brush your teeth, floss. You want to clean your mouth well, before you get back to your partner.

Step 12 – Stay Curious.
Have a longer conversation about what it was like for both of you. Do you want to do it again in the future? If so, what can you do to improve the experience? Open communication – the key to all healthy relationships.

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