Anal sex gets a bad rap. But I am a warm blooded woman that happens to love anal sex. But even more appalling are the ridiculous articles by women who do love anal sex as a degradation to the female race. I read a twisted article from Vice about why women should only have anal sex.
Some will sound familiar, others may give you ideas, some will turn you on, and some are dark and twisted. You might want to sit down for this. There are some things that couples can disagree on and it's no big deal. Say one doesn't like chicken and the other loves it.
I first wondered about how to prepare for anal sex when I was in college. I was 21, an age when everything is sort of do-or-die, especially regarding love. I had a couple of friends who had tried anal sex, but I judged them ruthlessly for it. Anal sex was something I decided I would just never, ever do. Then my boyfriend, my darling, my love, the man I planned to be with until I died, suggested we try anal too.
We all have that friend-of-a-friend who tried anal sex in high school to disastrous results. Here are some realistic anal sex tips for exploring this new territory—or enhancing what you already know to be a satisfying sexual experience. For anal in particular, it can be helpful to start with a small anal sex toy to use on your own, says Russel Stambaugh, Ph. Once you know your way around the toy, you can move to partnered exploration, he says. You should also avoid any scented lotions or soaps that could be irritating.