Let's start by debunking some myths and answering some questions about anal sex to help you get the ball rolling with your partner. The biggest misconception associated with anal sex is that it's gross specifically because there will probably be poop involved. Of course, I was able to make my sexual suggestion mid-coitus because she and I had dated for years and we were very comfortable with one another and comfortable having a proper conversation about my kink after the fact. Bodies are for exploring, and as long as everyone involved is down with the cause, it's OK if it doesn't lead you to expected or desired results. If you don't feel comfortable doing bringing it up for the first time in person, there's no harm in sending your partner a text, Facebook message, or gif of Tina Belcher being really into butts. Lube is awesome because it decreases friction during sex and can be used to make it easier to interact with the anus, vagina, or any other orifice you want. And you know who is sometimes participating in anal sex?
Sydney. Age: 25.
Doe, "the anus is just like any other part of the body that deserves exploration and attention.
Kiana. Age: 27.
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But fear not, because it's and, therefore, time for you to start incorporating more lube during sex! You can put lube straight onto your hands, genitals, or anus if you're planning on just using fingers, or you can slather it onto a toy if that's your thing. There's nothing wrong with being hesitant towards something, but there's no reason to make someone else feel like their desires are weird because of your own discomforts. In my experience, lesbians, for the most part, seem to believe that the asshole "is for decoration only," to quote the great Sarah Silverman.