Curious about the wonderful world of backdoor sex? Want to try it but scared that it'll hurt, be too messy, or not your cup of tea?
Before you poo poo it completely, these 6 tips can help you have a fun, sexy and pain-free backdoor experience...
It's Hard to Know What You Don't Know
I didn't have my real first backdoor experience with a woman until my mid twenties.
I'd had one foray into the world of rear end exploration with an ex girlfriend prior to that, but it was awkward, painful, and she ended up getting a hemorrhoid from it.
So needless to say, that was that.
Now granted, I didn't know then what I know now but we all have to start somewhere.
It wasn't until several partners later that I learned how different people feel about backdoor sex.
You Either Love It, or You Hate It
Or you're kinda meh about it. Or you're scared to try it. Or you're a dude that thinks anything coming near your booty hole will make you gay.
Some have tried it and either didn't like the sensation or experienced pain from it.
Others love it and know that backdoor booty play can be incredibly sexy, intimate, and doesn't require any pain at all.
And others are terrified that it'll be way too messy.
Whatever your fears, judgments, or feelings towards rear access rumpus, here's a deep dive guide on preparing for exit only exploration and how to have a booty banging bonanza of a time!
6 Ways to Make Backdoor Sex Fun, Sexy, and Pain Free
1. You Can Do Me if I Can Do You
I'm a fan of doing unto others as you would have them do unto you, or however that saying goes.
If your lady partner says that you can stick "it" in her if she can stick "it" in you ("it" being an appropriately sized object such as a dildo or penis shaped veggie of your choice) then you have a serious decision to make.
You can either pony up and give it a shot, or pass on the whole situation and perhaps never get to experience the bliss of a backdoor bonanza.
If you choose option 1, then read on because these tips are going to help you as well!
2. Warm It Up
By “it” I don't mean your rear exit.
I mean build up the sexual tension. Lots of foreplay and lots of arousal will help the situation immensely. When we're turned on, we're more open, excited, and receptive to new experiences.
Just like when you're cooking Thanksgiving dinner, you don't just turn on the oven and slam that turkey in. You gotta preheat the oven, cut up the veggies, make the stuffing, and butter up that turkey.
3. Butter up That Turkey
Lube is key to an enjoyable experience. I can’t stress this enough.
You can buy specific backdoor butter which is thicker than regular lube and stays in place better than the thinner stuff.
Don’t have any lube on hand? Resist the urge to use household oils like coconut and olive oil. Oils and latex condoms don't mix, and you risk condom breakage. Use only water or silicon-based lube when using condoms.
Speaking of condoms, use ‘em when having escape hatch escapades, it’ll protect you against any bacteria and make cleanup a breeze.
4. Slow Is the Way Go
OK now we can move on to warming up the backdoor. That particular door is very accommodating, but you need to work up to it.
Start with one finger (don't forget the butter), and work your way to two.
I like to use butt plugs, because you can buy a few different sizes and work your way up to one that is about the same girth as your own member.
Gently insert buttplug, and let your partner get used to it. This is a great opportunity to focus on other parts of her body as she gets used to the foreign object in her out hole.
If there is any pain at all, back off and try again.
Go slow. Keep moving up in size until your partner is ready for you, and remember, slow is the way to go.
5. Positions Matter, a Lot
At this point, you're probably fantasizing about entering your partner doggy style.
In my experience, and studies suggest, that there are better, more ergonomic positions for this kind of play.
Believe it or not, the missionary position is one of the easiest positions to enter from and one of the more accomodating positions. It's easier than doggy style and you have the added benefit of tons of skin on skin contact. You can really connect with your partner and check in on how they're feeling.
Once they're comfortable in this position, you can try switching to others.
6. How Clean Do You Feel?
Your backdoor area is a self cleaning ecosystem.
Well, not the door itself, but what the door leads to. As long as your diet is clean, and your um... "eliminations" are solid, then you should be good to go.
Some people like to do a quick enema beforehand (I've had good luck with this $10 kit from Amazon) but isn't really necessary if you're feeling confident. That being said knowing that your backdoor situation is as clean as it gets might help you feel more relaxed and comfortable, which are key to enjoying this kind of play.
If you had a burrito for lunch and Indian for dinner, maybe skip this whole situation and stick to more traditional forms of pleasure, for now.
A Side Note Worth Exploring
Some years after that first traumatic experience with backdoor sex, I met a lovely women. She was a doula and midwife, and had a technique that she used to make childbirth less painful.
Turns out that technique also works to make anal sex less painful.
When your partner is going to penetrate you for the first time, push out. Yea, push out like you're trying to poop.
Don't worry, you won't poop (well, I can't guarantee that you won't, but you probably won't).
Pushing out actually relaxes the sphincter muscles making anal sex much more comfortable. It's counter-intuitive, but it works.
Ask me how I know.
Check in Often and Have Fun
Check in with your partner often about how they're feeling before you increase the size, depth, and tempo of your object of choice.
Keep it light and playful. Sex is supposed to be fun and if it stops being fun at any point, it's always OK to stop.
Backdoor play can be extremely exciting, intimate, and adventurous. It can be a great opportunity to bond with your partner, as long as you're both in it for the right reasons.
Pain is not a required part of backdoor sex, but pleasure and intimacy are! Find your favorite partner and talk to them about trying backdoor sex.
They might just be up for it and following these tips will help you both have an awesome, playful, sexy and pain free experience.
Ps. This article was hard to write without using the words ass, penis, vagina, anal, butthole, and poop. But I did it!
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