Fact check: anal sex
In answering the question whether anal orgasms are real we have to take a closer look at our physical anatomy. The anus is a highly sensitive area for both men and women. Many people feel aroused when touched in this area using the finger, tongue, sex toys or the penis. When the penis penetrates the anus, a woman’s g-spot can be simultaneously stimulated. Sustained simulation can therefore lead to an orgasm. However, it’s technically a vaginal orgasm.
The exciting path to the anal orgasm
Leaving aside the concept of anal sex, one thing is for sure: if you climax during anal sex it’s likely to be an exhilarating sensation. Here are a few tips you can follow to ensure that you climax:
- Take your time during foreplay! Every fiber of your body should be aroused. You should fully commit to the moment and the new experience.
- Be adventurous and try a few different positions! Doggy style, straddling or spooning – it’s all about the angle. Experiment to find out how your bodies best harmonize.
- Be patient! New techniques and emotions have to be experimented with. Take your time to establish some routines and don’t demand too much from your bodies.
Conclusion anal orgasm: is it real?
Despite the anus being a highly erogenous zone, I wouldn’t define the climax reached during anal sex as ‘anal orgasm’. There are many factors at play when it comes to anal orgasms. At the end of the day, it’s all about mixing things up and being open to experimentation. Where exactly the orgasm originates shouldn’t really matter, because either way an orgasm is one of the best feelings in the world.
When it comes to anal sex, people’s opinions differ widely. For some, anal sex is the royal treatment to sexual gratification, whilst others have memories of pain and insecurity. We take a closer look at anal sex and explore whether anal orgasms are real.
First things first: what feels good is good
We like to believe that each body is different and wonderfully unique. There are no patented ways to doing things and every sexual journey is unique. Don’t be alienated by the experiences or stories of others, because anal sex is a sensitive practice which doesn’t work for everyone.
Communication and trust
If you plan to engage in anal sex, you should be sure that you want to do so. Don’t let others persuade you if you’re just not ready. Anal sex requires mental relaxation and full trust in your partner. Make sure you communicate openly with each other and share the sexual moves you enjoy. Feel free to speak about any issues that may feel unusual or uncomfortable. Most importantly, always respect your body’s boundaries. If you feel any pain, you may not be ready for anal sex just yet.
Prepare for the “ooh” without the “ouch”!
It requires a certain amount of preparation to stretch the rectum for anal penetration. Without any pre-stretching you risk lasting injury from anal sex. There are a few things you can do to prepare. The We-Vibe Ditto Anal Plug is a great tool you can use to stretch your sphincter gently and slowly in preparation for penal penetration. At the same time he treats you in an exciting way with deep vibrations, which can also give you an anal orgasm. Important. Whatever you do, don’t skimp on the lube.
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