This is the first in a multi-part series from After Hours about anal play. You can see the other posts in the series as they come out here. The main areas you want to be aware of are the anus , which is the gateway to the pleasure zone, the anal canal , and the rectum. You have two anal sphincters: one near your opening, and one further up your cavity, which work together to help push fecal matter out. You have control over your external sphincter, but not the internal one.
Anal sex is one of those things that plenty of people are curious about…but may be kinda freaked out by the idea of actually doing. The anus is an area packed with nerve-endings—and the taboo factor can also make anal play extra-fun. Incorporate it into your current repertoire. That should give you a gauge on your S. Work the perineum. The perineum the area between the balls and the anus on a man and the vagina and anus on a woman is loaded with nerve endings. Massaging that area is a sexy way to build up to the actual anus, Kerner says.
9 Anal-Play Tips—in Case You're Not Quite Ready for Anal Sex Yet
Anal sex is not everyone's cup of tea. The mystery and taboo that surrounds it might make it seem like the big thing everyone wants to try, but the bottom line is that some people like it and some people don't. So how can you tell if you do or you don't without doing, at least once?
Which is a good thing! Women who've been there and done that say it's a welcome addition to their sexual repertoire. But just like you must walk before you can run, you must have some sort of anal foreplay before you go for the full monty of anal sex. Or, you know, you can do butt play and leave it at that forever, because it's your booty and you make the rules. You hopefully already know the basics: ALWAYS use lube, never put something that was in your butt in your mouth or vagina, and butt plugs are your friend.