Now while I’m pretty sure that anal sex is definitely on your bedroom to-do list, having it on your next sex session just because you are in the mood for it is not as easy as it seems.
Sure you may have seen how almost effortless doing backdoor action is in porn movies, but it is actually very different in real life.
And not having a surefire anal sex strategy puts you at risk of making your lover feel very uncomfortable during the experience.
It’s even possible that she won’t give it another try no matter how hard you convince her!
So if you’re looking to really make anal sex an amazing experience for your partner, make sure you keep clear from these mistakes that can easily ruin the whole thing…
Anal sex isn’t an instant thing.
Unlike what you see in porn movies, you simply can’t have anal sex in the middle of your lovemaking session just because you want to.
You have to discuss it thoroughly and meaningfully beforehand with your partner or else the experience will just be going to be a disaster not just for her, but for the both of you.
And don’t go for the “oops-I-put-it-there-accidentally” shtick, too. It will only ruin your lover’s sexual mood, not mentioning her trust in you as well.
Have lots and lots of lube ready.
Not getting your hands on a sufficient amount of lubricant is one of the biggest mistakes that you can make when you’re planning to have anal sex with your partner.
This is because unlike the vagina that can naturally produce its very own lubricant to make sexual penetration smooth and easy, the anus needs help in this department.
Make it a point to have lots of lubricant ready before you start having anal action with your lover. Expect to reapply sufficient amounts of it during anal sex.
Still don’t have an idea how much is enough? Get as much as you think is ideal for you and double that amount.
You have to prepare her anus.
There is a big chance that anal sex is taboo to your partner.
And simply sexually penetrating her in the anus when you get the opportunity will just feel weird and uncomfortable for her.
Keep in mind to prep up her anus before sexually penetrating it. You can either gently massage and caress it with your fingers or perhaps stimulate it orally.
When you feel that she’s getting more relaxed with her anus being stimulated, ask her if you can already penetrate it.
If she says yes, you are in the clear. If it’s no, keep on going with your prepping up until she says so.