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How To Have Anal Sex
From beginners tips to, rim job pointers, to anal orgasm basics - we’ve got you covered.
How To Prepare For Anal Sex
Want to try anal sex? Check out these suggestions for how to prepare for anal play. Here are some tips for how to bring it up with your partner, how to clean, and techniques for pleasure.
Anal Pleasure And Comfort
Troubleshooting anal sex, lube recommendations for ass play, safer sex, and more.
Butt Facts: Did You Know?
Butt stuff is not new. Anal sex is depicted in 2,000-year-old ceramics from Greece and Peru.
Hospitals have removed vegetables, light bulbs, aerosol cans, and more from people’s butts. Be safe: get an anal toy!
When a person orgasms, their butthole muscles contract rhythmically at 0.8-second intervals.
Unlike vaginas, butts are not self-lubricating. Silicone lube is long-lasting, smooth and often preferred for anal.
Studies suggest that 20-30% of people have tried anal sex at least once.
Similar to how your vagina won't stretch from too much sex, your butthole won't stretch from anal sex.
Represented by the peach emoji in popular culture, the butt is an erogenous zone available to people of any gender - since everyone has one, anyone can try it! This area of dense nerve endings can be stimulated with a finger, tongue, anal toy, or penis. Warming up, communication, and lube are important for making anal penetration comfortable.
It’s your call how you feel about butt play: whether you’re not interested in trying it, whether you’ve tried it and it’s not for you, whether you enjoy it occasionally, or whether you can’t get enough. You do you!
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Kick Ass Butt And Anal Information
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Meet The Pelvic Floor
The quality of your sex life is majorly impacted by the health of your pelvic floor muscles.