The use of enemas and douching before kinky anal play is common, but if you get turned on while cleaning your ass out, you're experiencing what is known as klismaphilia. We show you how to do it and how to stay safe.

 

Klismaphilia is the formal term used to refer to sexual arousal and pleasure derived from the use of enemas, i.e., anal douching which cleanses the colonic canal. Enemas can be done with other fetish activities but it tends to be a solo indulgence of anal masturbation.  Receiving or giving oneself an enema is most common, but some get off from giving enemas to their partners.

Douching is often used in foreplay, with klismaphilia fanatics favouring it over traditional sexual expression as the main sexual event. While only becoming an 'official' recognised fetish in the '70s, the practice of using enemas dates way back to Ancient Roman times. Though options for liquids to enter the anus are endless, warm water is considered to be the safest, and so is the most commonly used substance when cleaning the lower rectum.
 

Preparing a klismaphilia or douching session

Lots of paraphernalia is now available to assist with klismaphilia to keep your douching session as clean and easy as possible. Special enema nozzles, douches and shower attachments are just a couple of the accessories commonly used, and these are available to purchase online.

In advance of a good douching, prepare 8 to 16 oz of liquid of your choice to enter the nozzle. You will learn your water limit the more you do it. The most crucial thing when preparing a klismaphilia session is to make sure that the equipment is safe and sterile. It's a good idea to carefully test out equipment before using it, preferably when you're not horny.


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Cleaning your enema kit

After using, be sure to clean your enema kit well by sterilizing the pipes and equipment used in some high-quality antiseptic, and leave it to soak for a reasonable period of time. This should be done after every use, especially if used on another person.
 

Douching safely

Be careful with the amount of liquid used to start with, especially on a partner who may have different thresholds to you. Change nozzles in between the enema and douching, and to prevent bacteria, use a common hose or bag. Bacteria are particularly high risk for women during klismaphilia sessions.

Always use your own equipment, even if going to someone else for a session. Don't carry out enemas drunk, and never use alcohol of any kind in the enema solution, as this can be dangerous and lead to major infections. The same goes for drugs. Keep water temps low, as too much heat can cause colon damage, and never increase water pressure beyond 2 to 3 lbs.


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