Butt stuff is an entirely different type of play from oral and vaginal sex for many reasons. Those who love anal sex are often appreciative of its highly intimate nature and the unique sensation of fullness it gives the receiver. Having said that, butt stuff should be something you choose to do — not something you do to please anyone but yourself, and certainly not something anyone can be pushy or coercive about doing with you. Because everyone deserves to have a beautiful bum experience every time, here are seven tips that will help you prepare for and then enjoy yours. First things first: Figure out your safer-sex approach.
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This is an article describing in extremely explicit terms aspects and frustrations of anal sex, including those that involve feces. Specifically, those elements of anal sex that I have rarely to never heard anyone talk about outside of the confines of extreme privacy, due to their uncomfortable nature. I have noticed in male-female relationships that there are two things Boyfriend Zero has fucked up for everyone: oral sex and anal sex.
Have you thought about the health of your butt lately? We tend to give anal health the short shrift in comparison to the time we spend thinking about the well-being of our vaginas, those pampered show ponies of the underwear area. But anuses require good treatment too, and that includes refraining from putting certain items and substances into or around them. Once people get over the initial difficulties of having anal sex — the tightness, the need for artificial lubrication, and the need for cleanliness — they sometimes believe that the gates are open, and our anuses will happily and healthily accept basically anything. This is not an all-ages disco, guys.