There is perhaps no other topic that’s as taboo to many women as anal sex. I mean, the slang that’s used for it doesn’t inspire confidence: “ride the Hershey highway,” “dance the chocolate cha-cha,” and “punch the starfish.” No wonder we’re a bit leery.

According to The Journal of Sexual Medicine, young women are showing their adventurous side and trying anal more and more – 40 percent of women ages 20 to 24 have sampled anal sex. With that said, it’s still a course most women are steering clear of – only about 20 percent of women between the ages of 20 to 39 say they’ve done it recently.

Before you dive in, there are a few precautions you should take, and important things to know about anal sex. Above all, your safety (or your partner’s) is the top-most concern.

•    Ease Into It

•    Anal sex is not something you just rush into. Many women and men have had unpleasant first-time encounters that involved too much alcohol, not enough thought, and no experience. Be sure to talk it over with your partner before you ever engage in anal sex.

•    Play It Safe

•    Our bums are particularly sensitive and have very thin skin, so it’s important to start slowly. You may even want to start by just experimenting by yourself. Use a finger, at first, if you can. Or buy an anal plug to experiment. Just don’t try using any foreign objects that could get easily lost – there are so many ER stories about that.

•    Avoid Numbing Products

•    Many people worry that anal sex will be painful, but purchasing a numbing agent isn’t a good idea. Pain is necessary for your body to feel, so you know that something’s not right. Done right, anal sex shouldn’t be painful.

•    Try a Silicone-based Lube

•    Although water-based lubrication is often preferred because it can be safely used with latex condoms, it may be preferable to use something thicker. A silicone-based lube makes everything more slippery and could make anal more pleasurable.

•    Have an Open Mind

•    It’s important to remember that our bodies are weird and automatic and sometimes involuntary. It’s entirely possible that anal sex could get messy. Keep that in mind and keep an open mind about it.

•    Get Squeaky Clean

•    The best thing to do before any anal play is to make sure you have a bowel movement an hour or two beforehand, and then clean up well. Also, it’s a good idea to have some wet wipes nearby for messes. Also, as a woman, it’s especially important to make sure there’s no cross-contamination with your vagina because of the possibility of bacteria.

Anal play can be fun for both you and your partner, but it isn’t for everyone. Anal orgasm is totally possible for many women, but it’s also possible that you won’t get much pleasure out of it. And that’s OK!

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