This is widely known as anal douching or rectal douching. It felt right because it was right.
It was the opposite of shame — it was my body doing what it needed to do.
I learned a lot from these discussions.
By Elyssa Goodman.
Use a lot of water-based or silicon-based lube.
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If he clenches his sphincter muscles, which encircle the anal opening, pull your finger out and continue rubbing the outer area to help reduce his tension.
Sex, particularly analis all in the mind.
Breathe deeply, in and out.
Being safe will help you both feel more relaxed and make sex more enjoyable.
They tended to view anal sex as a social accomplishment, and their partner as submissive because their partners had "allowed" them to do anal sex.
Using condoms properly and with plenty of lube will prevent the transmission of HIV and reduce your chances of getting an STI.
Hopefully, you will walk away from this page feeling more knowledgeable and empowered.
Relax your sphincter and push the nozzle gently a few centimetres inside.
But I know plenty of guys who identify as exclusive bottoms.
While the risk is less for the 'top' or insertive partner , HIV can still enter through the opening at the top of the penis urethra , or through cuts, scratches and sores on the penis.
NHS 'Sex activities and risk'.
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