I think we can all agree that anal sex isn't for everyone... BUT we can also agree that you don't know if it's enjoyable, UNTIL you've at least tried it. Whether you are a male or a female, the high concentration of nerve endings in the anus, paired with the fact that it is an erogenous zone and we all love to toil in the world of the taboo, can lead us to some mind blowing orgasms.
Q & A: What Is the Anus?
The anus is a 1.5-inch long tube that is surrounded by two "O-Rings." Those two "O-Rings" are your external sphincter (which you can control), and your internal sphincter (which you cannot control). After the anus, is the rectum, which is the proceeding 5 inches.
If you would like to try anal sex with your partner, be gentle and very patient. Do not force yourself in or try the sneak attack. That approach will guarantee you a ticket down "No Anal Lane" AKA "No Buttsex Boulevard." The best way to approach this is with lots of open communication and play. Let her experiment on you if she requests to make her feel secure and to enhance the trust.
Try it at least once, with the proper attention to detail, health and well-being. I can almost guarantee you will be addicted and begging for more. Don't be afraid to communicate your feelings to your partner, "I'm scared," "It hurts;" communication is key to a relationship, especially a sexual one. For some women it is easier if they are in control, instead of allowing him to put it in, make him lay on his back and you can gently lower yourself upon him. Most importantly, try different positions. Doggy style can be a bit intense for some women the first time around. It is a position that allows for deeper penetration, while you aren't able to view anything or have any control which can be quite frightening!
Thanks for reading my blog. Your questions and feedback are welcome. I hope you have learned something from this session and you walk away with a new sense of sexual empowerment. Education is most important when encountering things we fear, don't avoid them. Educate yourself on the things you fear and face them head on.