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Anal Sex: What the Fuck

By Sexress Writer Jack Wrixon

Let’s face it: we all have a bum. It’s a biological fact of life. Regardless of gender, race, class or anything else, something we all have in common are the two perky cheeks that sit above our legs. Thankfully as evolved humans, we’ve realised that there is more to life than excreting and that when done correctly, anal sex can be quite fun. Welcome to the crash course.

 

Anal sex is officially defined as any penile-anus sexual interaction. Boring, we know this already. BUT Anal sex and anal intercourse are also SO much more than just penile insertion. Before you stick anything up there though, it is important to note a few things that can stop some risky and nasty situations from occurring.

 

Firstly, if you want to have anal sex with someone communication before, during and after is key.  It may be a damper on the mood, but in any sexual situation communication is key. Before, you need to check your partner even wants to try anal (Remember! Consent is OMFG: Ongoing, Mutual and Freely Given). Even if it’s a green light now, be aware that that may change later on. Anal intercourse can be quite painful, so there needs to be constant communication between the giver and the receiver.

 

If you are receiving: You are a true hero. Really, hats off to you. You may have heard of douching or doing an enema. Basically, this is flushing whatever is in your anal cavity out so there can be clean insertion and extraction. Douching is a personal choice, but it does make the sex more enjoyable and less shitty. Literally. Most sex shops sell douching equipment, but always do your research into brands and types and shapes. Different enemas may also be cheaper and more readily available but look for reusable ones because we are on that environmental grind. Douching is a whole lot easier with little to no dairy in your system and a high fibre content, but I am in no way telling you what to eat. Eat that chocolate bitch, you deserve it for doing this.

 

People have different ways of douching, but the main principal stays the same: Flush that sucker out. It may not work properly the first few times, or it might take a while but that’s okay! Nobody is an expert the first time they willingly flush the shit out of their body, and it gets easier with time. Something to remember is that everyone’s body is different, and so are the intricacies of everyone’s bowel movements so what may work for one person may not work for another. Relax into it, take your time and have confidence. Unofficial anal sexpert and OnlyFans star Damaged Bottom (@DamagedBttm on twitter) has a master thread on twitter of how to douche and be prepared for all eventualities. This thread is the best instruction manual for those looking to try it and is definitely worth a check out if you have any questions. An important one is to shower once you have finished because you don’t know what could be hiding where on your body. Plus, it keeps the exterior of your butt smelling sweet. For both partners, being clean helps stop the spread of STDs and keeps this activity as clean as it can get.

 

If you are giving: It takes two to tango, but it doesn’t take a penis to perform anal intercourse. You’re all replaceable, but this section will teach you how to perform in a way that benefits both partners. Or if your using a sex toy, how to get those good vibes with no emotional attachment.

 

Firstly, wash yourself. Should be an obvious one, but you’d be surprised. Clean every inch of your penis, all the flaps and folds. You don’t know what could be hiding where and you do not want to pass that on. If it’s a toy, wash it as thoroughly as you can, even if it’s new. Unfortunately, anal sex is never a case of just “sticking it in”. This takes TIME, so be prepared to wait and always check in with your partner. If there has been an issue with them douching, or they have not done it at all, be nice about it. They’re letting you go Willy Wonka on their whole chocolate factory and it’s not a decision made lightly. Offer to clean up, be ready to provide support and most important be ready to STOP. Anal sex is not for everyone and should never ever be forced (OMFG Remember?).

 

Something that is important for both parties? The usage of condoms and lube. Condoms help stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases, and with an area like the rectum extra care is needed. Lubrication is essential. If you’ve been having anal sex regularly and can figure out what you like, that’s great! But if it’s your first time, lube that sucker up. The hole and whatever is going into it, be it a penis or a sex toy. It’ll make insertion easier and open up a whole world of pleasure.

 

Having a nice bum is subjective, but it’s how you use that bum you have been given is what makes life beautiful. Hopefully this crash course will provide you with some wisdom and insight into this magical experience and if there are any other issues, google is your best friend.