A Guide To Having Safe Anal Sex
Anal is slang for sex play that involves the anus and/or rectum. Anal sex generally refers to anal intercourse when a person puts their penis into another person’s anus.
Anal sex is no longer a taboo. Many couples choose to partake in it and some couples choose not to. But the fact is, anal sex is another part of the sexual anatomy that could be something new and exciting to do in the bedroom.
But anal sex is a little risky and a little messy if done incorrectly. If you’re going to anal, here are some tips to stay safe;
Ease It In
You can’t just shove a penis into a butt. You could tear some rectal tissues. Do not start with some crazy porn star position for the first time you’re doing anal. Take your time and go step by step when stimulating this area. Start by using the finger while mixing it up with other foreplay.
Don’t Ever Let Yourself Be forced Into It
If you feel you don’t ever want to do anal and you think that it doesn’t seem like your thing, then don’t do it. Stand by your opinion and if someone is trying to force you to have a threesome and you’re not into it, don’t do it. Don’t ever let yourself be forced into anything sexually because it can result in traumatic injuries.
Use Condom and Lubricants
While getting pregnant is not possible with anal intercourse, unprotected anal sex is high-risk from any sexually transmitted infections and AIDS. So, it’s very imperative to use condoms and plenty of water-based lubricant because it will not only protect you from a risk of infection, but the anus could not produce enough lubrication for comfortable penetration.
Clean Your Ass
The rectum is basically the field of play in anal sex. It’s designed to hold your poop and then smoothly pass it from your colon out of your body. If everything goes well, your poop should be one solid, mostly dry mass that passes cleanly through the rectum through the anus. Since the anus is not self-lubricated and there should’ve some pieces left behind, you’ll definitely still want to clean that area up.