How To Get Your Partner Into Anal

It’s not that easy, but it can definitely be a bonding experience for you as a couple.
Photo – Brazzers (My Wife’s Ex)

Unless you’re lucky enough to be seeing an anal fiend, introducing butt sex into the bedroom is a tough sell. For one, anal—as heart wrenching as it is to say—is still something of a taboo. Secondly, the butthole’s about as remote and isolated as North Korea. An incursion there requires lots of, shall we say, preparation. If you’re looking to spice things up and want to invite your partner for a journey along the road less traveled, heed these tips. Do not, for the love of god, slip a sly index finger into the stink with aspirations for more. That would be, excuse the pun, an assh*le move.

Talk about It

As with all bedroom matters and getting your partner into watching porn with you, let your partner know about your hankering for heiny. Don’t drop it mid-act, wait for a time that’s appropriate and be respectful. Anal sex is not something you want to be pressuring someone into, believe me. If you want to successfully go in through the out door, your partner needs to be totally relaxed. If she’s down for it, perfect. If not, give it some time and maybe she’ll be more receptive some time down the road. If, for example, she says she’ll do it, but only if you let her penetrate your butt first, accept her challenge. I mean, it’s only fair, right?

Getting Prepped

So, she’s ‘down to spread her cheeks’, so to speak. Lucky you. Obviously there are hygienic considerations you’ll both want to consider before things heat up. For example, pros have been known to go on a liquid diet before an anal shoot and enemas are an industry standard. You and your partner don’t need to take such extreme measures, but it would be wise to, you know, go to the washroom first. If things do get messy, don’t be… shitty about it. Remember, chances are she’s doing it for you.

Make sure she’s relaxed

Buttholes are notoriously tight. They need to be, for obvious reasons. Trying to penetrate a butthole that is resistant to the idea of penetration is nigh impossible. Furthermore, it’s extremely painful. It might not seem like it, but your rectal tissue is fragile, so it’s easy to damage. If you don’t do anal right, it’s likely your partner won’t be keen on ever doing it again. To get her in the right mood, do some foreplay. Nothing is a better relaxant than a good orgasm. Toys are effective, too, especially a strong vibrator for some clitoral stimulation. Toss her salad, worship it, get so down and so dirty that there isn’t a question of doubt in her mind of your reverence for her booty. When the time comes, for the love of all that is good, use lube. Use it to excesses you have never imagined before, and then use even more.

If at first you don’t succeed, don’t worry about it. Few immediately take to the forbidden pleasures of rear entry. It takes time and patience, but so long as you’re respectful and keeping the experience positive for your partner, she’ll be open to exploring it more.

Written by Hugh Jasse

An eloquent soul, a lover of women, fine wine, and travel. I can often be spotted aboard a skiff in Santorini, catching rays and artfully plucking at my lute.