When it comes to anal and lube penetration, there can never be too much of a good thing. Because of this area, unlike the vagina, does not produce its lubricant, making sure to slather up with lube is a big deal. Running out of lube in the middle of the action can be extremely painful for both partners – especially the receiving party – and can lead to torn tissue, as well as an early end to the evening’s festivities.
some of the anal lubes are:
These anal lubes last longer than water-based ones and can be used with latex condoms. However, they shouldn’t be used with sex toys that are made of silicone. This type of lube is more expensive than water-based lube and harder to clean off. Some women experience a notable reaction to silicone-based lubes, so a product should be tested on a small area before slathering it on for partner sex.
These are the common types of anal lubricants on the market. They are compatible with sex toys of various materials and, importantly, with latex condoms. Water-based lubes are great for partner sex, but look out for the ingredient glycerin; this can promote vaginal yeast infections. Water-based lubes may dry out more quickly than other types and require reapplication more frequently. They are, however, cheap, and easily wash off clothing and bedding.
The prospect of having anal sex is as exciting for the giver as well as the receiver. Make sure your partner proceeds with caution! When you are ready, your anus will relax to let you know. Your partner should slowly insert a toy or their penis inside of you. A penis, even a toy, is a large object to insert inside of an anus, so be patient. It may look like it is taking forever to completely enter you, but the rewards are well worth it. After anal foreplay and you are relaxed enough, allow your partner to enter you partially giving your body time to adjust to the size and fit. Breathe slowly until you are relaxed, and you feel yourself opening up more. When you do open more, allow your partner to go deeper. If you need a break, have your partner withdraw partially, then attempt re-entry going deeper with each stroke.