Anal Sex Should I Do It - Randy Fox

“Would you like to do it from behind?”

Scary but intriguing question, isn’t it? This is probably a topic that sparks a heated debate everywhere for various reasons. Anal sex continues to be a taboo discussion, but since it exists, then it must be exciting and worthwhile! And so we begin to ask ourselves this - “Should I do it?”

What’s the Deal with Anal Sex?

Before we even discuss whether you should do it or not, we can already imagine some of the newbies reading this with irked, grimaced expressions. “Entering from behind? That would be messy and unnatural, right? Won’t that hurt? Why would I want to do that?”

Yup, we totally get it! Anal sex can be pretty scary, not to mention painful, for those who have not experienced it before. But then again, almost everything is rough during the early stages, don’t you agree? So let’s look at why anal sex is so pleasurable.

Why the Giver Considers Anal Sex

Guy in Briefs Staring - Randy FoxFor guys who are curious or have tried doing it backdoor style, you probably have been jokingly asked, “Why go to the sewers when there’s a perfectly fresh garden up front? Is it really that good?” Cue in the mixed reactions!

For those who didn’t like anal sex that much, they mostly had the same reasons. One is because of the lack of preparation. Without going into the specifics, you know how you sometimes get “receipts” from entry when you’re not sure what you’re doing? There’s that shuddering thought. The lack of lubrication is another issue to think about. And for those who’ve been so used to the jackrabbit humping, you could end up injuring your partner. Not a cute sight.

On the positive side, dudes shared that they love giving some anal action because it’s tighter. There’s been feedback that it’s like vaginal sex but with constant muscle control, which is a plus. Furthermore, the fact that it has been taboo almost everywhere makes it all the more exciting. There’s that adrenaline rush, knowing your doing something out of the ordinary and taking pleasure in it.

So, whether the giver ends up liking it or not, the main urge to give anal sex a go is curiosity. And that’s a good thing! This way, you won’t have to ask the whys. The discovery itself brings the sexual pleasure.

Why the Receiver Likes It

Woman in Bikini - Randy FoxNow that we know why givers are giving it a go, why are receivers willing to try it as well? Since there are varied sensations, let’s divide the audience to two - the men and the ladies.

For men who like to receive anal sex, Dr. Evan Goldstein, founder and CEO of Bespoke Surgical, explains the pleasures of the deed. To begin with, the rectum is lined with nerves that can signal pleasure when done correctly. That level of sensitivity brings a whole new experience. Another notable fact is that anal play stimulates the prostate glands, further elevating the orgasmic experience. The penetration can be through another penis entering from behind, a sex toy, or even by fingering. Remember E.L. (Seann William Scott) in “Road Trip” during the sperm donation scene? We’re sure that got you curious! That just shows sexual orientation has nothing to do with the pleasure.

That explains a lot for men, but what about the ladies? Women don’t have prostate glands, so where’s the sexual pleasure coming from? Aside from the skin sensitivity in the anal wall, founder and CEO of b-Vibe Alicia Sinclair explains how women feel gratification through anal sex. Sinclair points out that the clitoris is not just that thing you see from the outside. It has nerve endings that reach up until the anus, thus creating a new orgasmic experience. And the fact that you can stimulate the clit with one hand while you hump her from behind is a plus!

Do YOU Want to Do It? That’s the Real Question

While we’ve pointed out the pros of anal sex, the real question here is this - do you want to try it? Are you comfortable with the idea, or you’re feeling a bit apprehensive?

Remember, it’s your body, so you shouldn’t feel pressured to doing anything. Whether you do it or not is never a judgment on you. If you manage to muster the strength to explore this new dimension, then by all means, try it! If you have a partner who’s curious but is still on the fence, allow communication. Like what we’ve mentioned before, communication is key, whether it is introducing sex toys to your relationship, or trying new things like anal sex. When both of you consent to something, the pleasure naturally follows.

Things to Remember Before Anal Sex

Alright! So now that you’ve decided to give anal play a go, how should you prepare for it? Let’s count the ways.

Unisex Randy Anal Douche - Randy FoxStart Cleaning

The last thing you want to happen is make a mess while engaging in anal sex. That’s why cleaning is first and foremost important. Start by eating right, making sure you have enough fiber in your diet, and pair it with adequate hydration. For an added layer of cleanliness, we recommend to clean your insides with the Unisex Randy Anal Douche. Fill the bulb with water, insert, then wash away.

Starter Jelly Anal Plug - Randy FoxLearn How to Relax

For beginners, learning to relax your sphincter muscle before anal sex is a must. If not, the whole experience could be painful. That’s why you need to train yourself beforehand. We suggest that you try the Starter Jelly Anal Plug, and like the name implies, it’s a great training tool for those who are trying to explore this new sexual endeavour for the first time.

Pjur Back Door Comfort Waterbased Anal Glide Lubricant - Randy FoxLube is Your Best Friend

Unlike the vagina, the anus doesn’t self-lubricate. You know what that means, right? No lube means a rough and painful intercourse! So try to avoid that by making sure you get a water-based lubricant that will last long as you explore anal sex. For that purpose, you can try the Pjur Back Door Comfort Waterbased Anal Glide Lubricant. It’s packaging doesn’t scream lube, so it’s perfect for those trying to be discreet with it.

Ansell Lifestyles Skyn Non Latex Condoms - Randy FoxPractice Safe Sex

Whether you’re in a monogamous relationship or not, you always have to practice safe sex, especially when entering from behind. The anal wall is very sensitive and thin, which means there could be tears in the skin without the proper lubricant and protection. Make sure to pair a water-based lube with a condom like Ansell Lifestyles Skyn Non Latex Condoms so that you won’t have to worry about any problems.

Cotton Bondage Shibari Rope - Randy FoxTake Control (At First)

Sometimes, the giver can get excited with trying anal sex, so much that your partner could forget that the pace may be getting uncomfortable! This is why you need to take control, at least at the beginning. Ease in to the pace until you’re feeling the pleasure. Need to restrain your partner? Use the Cotton Bondage Shibari Rope so that he stays in place while you are still trying to find the right rhythm.

Anal sex adds another layer of excitement to our sex life. But then again, always make sure to be prepared for it, as it’s an experience like no other! And of course, don’t rush. Plunge into it when you feel like you’re ready for it.

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