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There is no such thing as too much lube.
Anal sex requires a bit more care and attention than regular penetrative sex for a couple of reasons. While the vagina self-lubricates, your anus does not. This means you've got to go slowly and carefully. Here are ten things
It's like a calzone vs. a pizza. Similar, but just different enough.
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The great thing about buttplay is that everyone can participate.
The great thing about buttplay is that everyone can participate. No matter your gender or sexuality, everyone has a butt and is free to take part in the joys of the anus. Analingus is basically a fancy word for rim jobs, or
Don't rush into it if you don't feel ready.
If you've never tried anal sex before, it can seem like a big fucking deal. And like any other sex act, it's something that you should-in fact, must-prepare for. Preparation and communication are always key when
There's a lot on his mind.
1. "Well THIS certainly isn't a vagina." Anal and vaginal sex have a different feel to them, certainly. Unless you're an alien doing preliminary research on humans, you don't need to be told that anuses and vaginas are different.
No, it won't ruin your anal muscles.
Rumors about anal sex fly around like wildfire from the moment you come to learn what sex is. I remember a school friend telling me to never, ever have anal sex because my vagina and butt could become one giant hole. Others