I’m betting that anal sex is definitely one of the things that are in your sexual bucket list.
And after a long time convincing your lover to give it a go in the bedroom, she’s finally given you the green light to include anal sex on your intimate repertoire.
But here’s the problem…
You’ve got no idea how to go about it, which can easily mean the difference between convincing your partner to have anal sex with you again and totally making her swear it off on her lovemaking checklist.
There’s no need to worry just yet, though. I’ve learned a few important anal sex pointers during my extensive research into the female sexuality that you definitely have to take note of.
And here they are…
Stock up on lots of lube before even thinking about anal sex.
When it comes to anal sex, making sure that you’ve got the right amount of lube should be your top priority.
See, unlike the vagina that can produce natural lubrication, the anus needs a lot of help in that department since it’s incapable of doing so.
It’s important to get your hands on a lot of lube to make and keep things as smooth and easy for your partner. Can’t decide how much lube to get? Grab the amount that you think is right and double it.
Remember this one, too. When you feel that things aren’t as smooth like when you started, reapply a liberal amount of lube immediately.
Be very, very patient.
Unlike what you see in porn, it’s not uncommon that it will take a bit of time to get your penis inside your partner’s anus.
Sure the temptation will be great when it comes to simply shoving the whole thing in there, but you’ll just end up hurting her before you know it.
Keep in mind that when it comes to anal sex, slow and easy always does it.
Let her call the shots.
It’s crucial that you ask your lover to get on top of things when you’re having anal sex since you can be easily in for disaster if you only do it your way.
Ask her questions as you go along, too. Make sure that she’s feeling comfortable and properly pleasured in the process so she won’t have the notion that anal sex is only a good thing for you.
Be very conscious of her gestures as well. If she looks even the slightest hint of uncomfortable, stop and ask her what you should do to make things better.