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Anal douching is a practise adopted by many people to keep the rectum clean and debris free in preparation for anal sex. It is done by feeding liquid into the rectum and then allowing it to pass back out carrying any leftover faeces or bacteria out of the body. This liquid is inserted through an anal douche. Douches can come in a variety of styles and sizes, so it’s important to know what kind you should buy.
Clothes form a huge part of our adult lives, impacting our work, personal life, relationships, exercise, and many more. An area where clothes aren’t really thought about much is sex. After all, you take clothes off to have sex, right? Well some people actually go the opposite direction...
Petplay is a somewhat unique form of animal roleplay in which the participants are able to completely take on the role of an animal or handler/owner. Some people see it as an escape from reality. Others enjoy the idea of being humiliated or dehumanised. Others still, simply enjoy exploring the headspace of an animal. The reasons people take part in and enjoy petplay are as varied as the people themselves.
One of the most popular forms of petplay is Fox play. Not only does this allow a pet to be trained and looked after in a similar way to a dog or cat, but there’s also a wild side. Foxes generally aren’t domesticated, so fox players can enjoy another aspect of petplay, exploring the freedom and wildness that a fox will inherently have.
Kitten play is probably the most recognisable of the different forms of petplay. Even from a young age, people are always keen to dress up as cats, particularly at Halloween. Kitten play takes it further, allowing you to experience the relaxed, simple life of a cat.
Anal douches can be great tools to help you feel extra clean before anal sex. Sometimes though, you get caught a little off guard. You might have suddenly arranged a meet, but not left enough time to pop to the store and pick up an anal douche. In this situation, you’ll probably be looking for other options to get your rectum squeaky clean.
Anal douching is becoming much more commonplace in recent years. Not only gay men, but heterosexual and even lesbian couples have begun to indulge in the practise, some cleaning their rectum daily to prevent the build-up of faeces and bacteria. While the practise is perfectly safe for the most part, there are some dangers to regular or excessive douching that you should be aware of if you plan to take up the practise.
Just like penetrative sex, you might find yourself masturbating the same way over and over again. It doesn’t have to be that way though! If you open yourself up to some anal masturbation, there’s a whole new world of possibilities out there just waiting to be explored.
You've been reading some of the articles on the site and it's got you rearing to go. One problem though, you've just ordered a plug, but you've got to wait for it to be delivered. There must be something around here that can get you off?
“I’d never put something in there!” “Won’t it hurt too much?” “Eww, gross, that’s where poo comes from.” “But I’m not gay!”
You've started having some fun using your butt plug on your partner. It looks great, they're really enjoying it. It's turning you on so much you want to have a go too. All you need to do is take the plug out and start using it yourself. Right?
Much like any other sex toys you might decide to use, there are some important points to consider when using anal beads safely. For the most part, anal beads are actually one of the safest kinds of sex toy out there. Even so, the anus is full of a lot of sensitive and delicate areas, so you want to be sure you don’t cause any damage to it.
While not the most glamorous topic to discuss, it’s important to go over cleaning if you want to avoid any nasty surprises further down the road. Cleanliness with anal beads doesn’t just involve making sure your butt is prepared. You need to take good care of the beads themselves and make sure they aren’t carrying anything nasty before you put them back into your body.
Yes! Definitely! If you've been using a butt plug and you haven't tried it while having sex, then you're missing out. It doesn't matter if you are a guy or a girl, sex while wearing a butt plug can add a completely new dimension to your intimate time.
If you are unlucky enough to have certain allergies, then the short answer is yes. Some elements of anal play with butt plugs can cause allergic reactions. As with anything in life though, with a little care and research, you can make sure that nothing ill becomes of your posterior.
When trying to keep your prostate gland nice and healthy,performing prostate massages using your finger or specially designed tools isn’t the only thing you can do to help. Good old fashioned physical exercise is also great
Prostate stimulation and massage is beginning to lose some of the stigma and negativity that has surrounded it for many years. Some men though, are still not comfortable with inserting things into their anus.
If you’ve ever shopped around for butt plugs, you might have been tempted by some of the cheaper options you’ve seen out there. These tend to be made of cheaper materials, and throughout all of our articles you’ll have noticed us recommending mostly materials like silicone, glass and metal plugs. There is a reason for this, which you’ll hopefully understand by the end of this article.
Many guides to anal play and anal sexual activity mention that a short session of anal douching before you start is advised. While not everyone does this, it can help allay any fears of encountering bits of faeces while you enjoy yourself. Douches aren’t for everyone, but in case you were wondering about whether they’d be useful for you we have prepared a short guide for you.
How to safely use an enema
When planning to put anything inside your anus, one of the most common worries is that of hygiene. While a lot of people like to just use the bathroom a little while in advance of their anal activities, and make sure they have a bit of a wash down there, some like to take it even further.