Anal sex is no doubt one of the things that you’ve always wanted to have a go in the bedroom with your partner.
And now that she finally said yes to your advances at having anal action after trying to convince her for a very long time, you’re not quite sure what to do next.
There’s no need to worry just yet, though. Here are a few key anal sex tips that you should always remember to make the experience awesome for the both of you…
Her sexual arousal is crucial.
Unlike what you see in porn movies, sexually penetrating a woman in the anus isn’t just about making a beeline to her butt as soon as things get really hot in bed.
But the thing is your partner won’t be that comfortable to get a bout of anal sex going if she isn’t that fired up for lovemaking.
Apart from not getting any pleasurable sensations at all when the action’s hot, there’s even a chance that you won’t be able to anally penetrate her in the first place.
You’ve got to have lots of lube.
The anus doesn’t have the ability to produce natural lubrication like the vagina, so you’ve got to give it a hand when it comes to that department.
Make it a point to have lots of lubrication as well. Try to get the amount that you think is enough and double it.
Apply the lube as liberally as you can and put on some again as soon as you feel that things aren’t as smooth as before.
Slow and easy does it.
Now while the temptation to get fast and furious the moment you get in action is great, it is actually the worst decision you will ever make during anal sex.
You’ll just end up making her really uncomfortable while at it.
Keep in mind to make your pace and rhythm as slow as you can. Don’t worry, you can pick things up when your partner will already get her anal sex groove on.
Ask her how she wants it.
This is perhaps the biggest thing to remember when it comes to anal sex.
It is ideal that you ask your partner how she feels as well as how she wants it as you go along since her sensations can either make or break your anal sex session.
Do it every few minutes or so and you’ll be good to go.