Like a lot of women, I didn’t have the most pleasurable introduction to anal play. I was pressured, unprepared, and as a result, found myself in a fair amount of pain. My experience left me figuratively scarred and utterly apprehensive to re-approach any sexual rear-entry.
But as I’ve grown sexually and personally, one of my ongoing goals has been opening doors that I had hastily deemed permanently closed. For me, an upstanding symbol of this sexual renaissance is the glorious butt plug. Continue Reading
So you tried anal sex and it didn’t go quite to plan. Maybe it hurt a little more than you were expecting. Maybe the position was hard to get into. Perhaps your partner dove in faster than you were ready for – there’s a lot that could have happened. And believe us, we totally get it. Butt stuff can be tough.
But the good news is that even if your first time didn’t go off without hitch, there’s no reason to give up just yet! With the help of a few key first (or second)-timer tips, you’ll see there’s tons of hope for getting your head in the game of backdoor bliss!
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When you’re ready to get started on the hands-on practical portion of your anal training, follow this fun and easy guide.
If you haven’t read through the preparation article, do so first.
Each time you move up a size in plugs, go through each of these steps in order.
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The idea of anal sex is very exciting for some people.
So much so that they rush into penetration in their enthusiastic haste.
However, butts like to be wined and dined (and sixty-nined), and they don’t appreciate being rushed.
Because of this, many people think they don’t enjoy anal sex, when the truth is, they didn’t give their butts a chance to see if they enjoy it.
If this sounds like you, or you’re a newcomer to all things anal sex and not sure where to start, you’ve come to the right place. Today we are going to explore the world of anal training, a.k.a. How to make anal sex more fun.
Ready to go? Let’s dive in!
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We’re big fans of being well schooled in the realm of pleasure, so here are a few key sex terms to familiarize yourself with, in order to never feel lost in the bedroom again!
Emily’s mission has always been to help people have the best sex they can. On today’s show, she’s joined by editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, Michele Promaulayko, a magazine that’s had a similar goal since the 1960s!
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