Tip #1 from 5: Play Safe
There are some serious safety issues regarding anal sex that
you need to be aware of at all times. First and foremost,
whatever touches the anus shouldn’t be touching anything else.
Never never never take the penis out of the anus and put it into the vagina.
That can lead to serious infections and other complications.
After any kind of anal play, you should immediately change condoms and wash
the relevant body parts thoroughly.
Of course, STDs are also a major concern with anal sex. This isn’t just limited to AIDS;
herpes, genital warts, syphilis, gonorrhea, etc. can all be transmitted through anal
sex. You shouldn’t be having anal sex without a condom; it’s not worth the risk to
Tip #2 from 5: Lube, lube, lube
One of the most important thing to remember when thinking about anal sex is that,
unlike the vagina, the anus isn’t self-lubricating: you gotta bring your own grease.
And, the more lube you use, the better. It will make the initial penetration much more
easy and less painful for the woman and make the whole experience, for both of you,
much more pleasant. The most common suggestion we get from our readers is to use
LOTS of lube; we just can’t emphasize this point enough. – Check it out -