Anal Intercourse

     This tutorial is for all of you who kept asking about anal intercourse. I finally got busy and put something together. I am hoping this will help you out on your sexual journey and that the information I provide for you here will prove useful. Those of you who have been here before will notice that this article doesn’t look the same as it once did. I was on a roll and decided that it needed some revamping. So here we are again. I have also received suggestions and ideas from my visitors that I have tried to include here as well so that I might provide you with the best information possible. 

     I’m sure that you’ve all heard the jokes that end something like this "If sex is a pain in the ass then you’re doing it wrong". Believe it or not it does have some bearing on this tutorial. Anal intercourse should not be painful. 

     Lack of preparation is probably the single biggest turn-off about anal intercourse. A typical scenario goes something like so. The couple decide to attempt anal intercourse but are not really fully prepared for it, he tries to push into her anus without much warning, she screams in shock and agony and ends up throwing herself away from the offending member and hits her head on the headboard. That’s the end of anal sex in their relationship.   

     With the proper preparations anal intercourse can not only be as safe as any other kind of sex, but at least as enjoyable if not more so than just regular intercourse. The anus can be a very erogenous zone and it contains more nerve endings than any other part of the body except for the clitoris. That said, I will also throw in my usual, this doesn’t necessarily work for everyone comment. Some will find it enjoyable and others won’t. 

     There are a lot of people who get hung up on the "you’re not sticking that thing in there" mentality. We have been so thoroughly conditioned to believe that touching our anus is bad never mind actually playing with it on purpose. I must confess that five years ago you would not have been able to convince me that I would ever have anal intercourse much less like it. And I do have to admit now that I do thoroughly enjoy it and it is a regular part of my sex life. 

     There is no necessary medical reason for the perceived taboo against anal intercourse. If we are honest with ourselves the idea of doing something we’re not supposed to is exciting. If you practice good hygiene there isn’t anything repulsive at all about it. It is a good idea to make sure that you’ve gone to the washroom prior to commencing your anal play. If you desire you can use an enema if you so desire, but it isn’t necessary. If you’re really worried, hop in the shower together and lather each other up and then you can be assured that everything is as clean as possible. 

     If you haven’t been with your partner for a very long time, then you should certainly be using a condom for anal intercourse. Many couples will use a condom for anal intercourse anyway. It’s not a good idea to go from anal sex to vaginal sex without first cleaning yourself very thoroughly. The bacteria that live in your rectum can really create havoc if they take up residence in the vaginal canal.




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