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Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram. Many men enjoy it, but convincing your girlfriend to have anal sex may be a challenge. So how do you fulfill this fantasy if your partner is against it? First things first: talk it over. Find out exactly what makes her hesitant to try it and then see what you can do to belie her fears. Pain vs. This is usually because their first attempt was painful.
Unless your girl has a masochistic streak, pain is not on her agenda when it comes to getting off. The anus is nerve-packed and with the right kind of stimulation, anal play can feel amazing.
Unfortunately, the same cluster of nerves responsible for the pleasure can also transmit feelings of pain and discomfort if your technique is off. When convincing your girlfriend to have anal sex, you must show your concern for her pleasure and safety by sharing your responsible and well-thought-out plan. Perfecting the setting First of all, she needs to be relaxed and prepared; anal sex is not suited for a quickie.
The anus will tighten if she is nervous, which will make it hard for you to get in and more painful for her.
Pick a time and place where she can be relaxed and away from any extra stressors. Getting her aroused is of the utmost importance. Getting started Do not skip straight to the butt. You might even want to just use smaller toys and your fingers until she gets used to the idea of having something inside that particular opening. Use lube -- lots of lube. Going in First of all, use a condom for anal sex. Because of the increased chances of small tears in the anal cavity during anal sex, it is easier to transmit several sexually transmitted diseases and infections, including HIV and hepatitis C.
Next, lube up. You want it to be as slippery as possible for an easier entrance. More tips to help you with convincing your girlfriend to have anal sex .Want to try anal or help you with a fantasy
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