Doing What's Daring
Anal Sex for Beginners
Research indicates that up to 50% of women have tried anal sex at least once during their life. For many of these women, their first experience was less than desirable. Contrary to vaginal sex, if anal sex is uncomfortable or painful the first time, most women will not try again.
The anus has a rich body of nerve endings, which can be found around the rim and inside the anus. Women who enjoy anal sex have discovered how stimulating these nerve endings can bring increased pleasure.
Most butt plugs have ben designed for beginners and are a great way to experience anal play for the first time. Toys need to have a flared base with a graduated tip to facilitate use. Both manul and vibrating toys help women become comfortable with the sensations they feel while exploring anal play.
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Each day we field lots of questions from BE visitors, just like you, who are looking for guidance in selecting a great first toy. We also hear a lot of questions about the mysterious "backdoor" play. I had a particularly interesting discussion yesterday with a woman who chose BE's Live Help feature to ask her questions about anal play. Her questions were right in keeping with the majority of questions we hear on the subject, so I thought this forum would be a good place to touch on some of what we discussed. There's a lot to cover - even as a surface discussion - so I'll post some today and share more info tomorrow.
Oh, and the little guy up there smiling at you? That's Flexi Felix - a fantastic strand of anal beads that are ideal for beginner or expert anal play.
Once again, our friends at O'My have done a great job of condensing some general information on anal sex for beginners. Funny enough, they titled their discussion "Doing What's Daring" - you'll find BE's anal toys in our BE Daring category! Great minds think alike!
sexual health Tristan Taormino