This is the first in a multi-part series from After Hours about anal play. You can see the other posts in the series as they come out here. The main areas you want to be aware of are the anus , which is the gateway to the pleasure zone, the anal canal , and the rectum. You have two anal sphincters: one near your opening, and one further up your cavity, which work together to help push fecal matter out. You have control over your external sphincter, but not the internal one. Men also have a prostate , which is located close to, but not inside of the rectum.
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Anal Play Basics: What You Need to Know
Apr 18, 3 comments. Today, April 18, is anal sex day! Many women see these two words together and cringe. I have had good and bad experiences with anal sex. The first time is usually scary, disappointing, and some people may even hate it!
Everything You Could Possibly Need to Know About Anal Sex
Let's start with terminology. Anal sex is usually used to refer to penetration or anal intercourse, whereas anal play is used to describe any kind of sex play that involves the bum, anus, or rectum. The difference matters. Most people hear anal sex and think of penetration.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Anal sex is low-key very high maintenance. In theory, all you have to do is put a penis or object into someone's anus — but that doesn't always go smoothly, literally and figuratively. Foreplay is extra important, if not mandatory, when you're having anal sex, because you have to get the anus ready for penetration.