Sure, talking openly about anal sex isn't as gasp-worthy as it used to be, but many aspects of doing it in the butt are still shrouded in mystery—namely, what to do after anal sex to make sure your booty and lady business stay happy and healthy. Because post-anal health rituals aren't as commonplace as vaginal, we got in touch with a few experts for the down-low on how to do butt play the healthy way. If you plan on switching from anal to vaginal sex at any point during your romp, have bae take a time out before penetration to put on a new condom and wash his hands , says Toyia James-Stevenson, M. Sure, it may be a buzz kill in the moment, but doing so reduces your risk of STDs and protects you from icky butt-centric bacteria, like e.
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I had anal sex for the first time in college. Before then, my opinions on anal sex were ignorant. I thought that women who engaged in such a sex act probably had something wrong them — which I know now is completely NOT the case. But what do you expect from a sheltered kid from New Hampshire?
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If you do decide to try it, here are 21 things you need to know — including how to prepare for anal sex, what to expect during and after, and what NOT to do. Plan in advance and eat clean. Your ass will thank you. You want to have control of your bowels, not lose it.
Everyone knows there are three quintessential moments that happen during a woman's lifetime: her first period, her first orgasm, and, of course, her first time trying anal. But all jokes aside, if anal is something you're interested in exploring for the first time, then you probably have a lot of questions. Will it hurt? Is it worth it?