Butt Sex

How to Get Into Butt Sex Tips & Techniques For Beginners

Butt Sex

No matter how many times you have had sex, trying anal sex for the first time will always feel as awkward as your first time. Despite there being a strong interest in butt sex in recent years, anal sex is still a deal-breaker for many women. When people hear the words anal sex, there is still a taboo about butt sex in our society. The special thing about anal sex is that both men and women can find anal penetration extremely stimulating.

While pop culture might have you believe that anal sex is an act that can just happen organically without lubricant. Anal sex can hurt if partners do not take certain steps. The anus does not produce enough lubrication for a comfortable anal sex experience. Consequently, it’s very important to use an artificial water-based lubricant to reduce friction and discomfort.

What You Need To Know About Anal Sex

Anal sex has always been a welcome precursor to vaginal penetration. Most of the time, the most intense orgasms involved a combination of simultaneous vaginal penetration, clit stimulation, and, or anal stimulation.

Some people really love anal sex. They find it incredibly pleasurable, while others don’t find it pleasurable at all. It comes down to personal preference, so if you try it and don’t enjoy it, that’s fine. There’s no need to stress about it if you don’t get much stimulation from it. 

 In a woman, anal sex stimulates a place inside the anus called the A-spot. This is behind the G-spot, just in front of the cervix. On the other hand, In addition to the A-spot, anal sex also indirectly stimulates the vagina in women, as it lies directly behind the anus. Of course, anal sex should be lots of fun for the active partner, too, because the anus is much tighter than a woman’s vagina, resulting in particularly intense stimulation.

In men, the sensitive prostate gland is stimulated. Men’s obsession with anal is often treated as a joke in popular culture. For those on the receiving end, it’s all about the physical pleasure of prostate stimulation and feeling “full.” For those on the penetrating end, it’s a combination of experiencing a different sensation and, sometimes, about a feeling of dominance.

Butt Sex Beginners Tips

First, I’m going to talk about some of the fundamental tips for having great butt sex, then we’re going to cover the actual anal sex techniques and positions you should be using during the act. The key, to great butt sex, is patience and plenty of lubricants. The anus isn’t self-lubricating, and the sphincter needs to be relaxed before you insert anything into it.

Once you master the basics of anal sex, it’s time to switch gears and start experimenting with new and more pleasurable techniques to make your orgasms more intense and enjoyable.

Butt Sex Position

The Best Position for Butt Sex

The most comfortable position to start having anal sex is with your man on his back. This gives the receiving partner control of the act. This means that it’s a lot harder for him to thrust into you and it’s much easier for you to control how deep you take him and how fast he thrusts.

Grab hold of his penis and then slowly guide it inside your anus. Make sure to take your time. As I mentioned above, if you feel uncomfortable or experience any type of pain stop. It’s important to allow your sphincter muscle to relax around his cock. Once it has, then you can try taking him a little deeper.

The Bottom Line

In conclusion, Anal sex is “naughty” to many people, and penetrating someone that way can make them feel dominant. On the other hand, for receiving partners, people of all genders often enjoy the feeling of being filled up.

Contrarily, many people do not enjoy anal intercourse. It’s also important to stop if anything hurts and communicate with your partner about how you feel. If sex painful or uncomfortable you should not continue. They should not be embarrassed and should not force themselves to accept it.