Anal sex is one of those things that often divides people: for some it's the holy grail of sexual gratification, while for others anything involving the anus can feel like an unpleasant chore. If you'd like to learn to love anal sex, there are many options to how to get comfortable around the idea of having someone play with your ass.
Incidentally, anal is a lot more 'mainstream' than you might imagine. Studies suggest that almost 50% of the population has tried it, so why not find out what all the fuss is about?
Done right, anal can be a fantastic experience for all involved, but it's important to do your research in advance. Spend plenty of time of relaxation and foreplay and to use plenty of lube to help everything go a little more smoothly.
What's the best lube?
There are many different kinds of lube out there and they all have their own pros and cons. Water based lube
The most common type of lube, and the safest one for all kinds of sex. Might dry out quicker so be sure to reapply! Silicone based lube
Generally lasts longer than water based lube, but destroys silicone toys so be careful if your using toys to prepare for anal sex. Oil based lube
Easily find around the house, but can damage the latex in condoms and cause them to break.
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