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HTHGS: Getting prepared for anal sex (written by Kelly Connell, MS.Ed.)

Ask Kelly,
What is the best way to clean your self if you want to have anal intercourse?  I would like to know this because my boyfriend has this new fetish with that area and he would like to try it. Thanks

Dear Lori,
Many people find anal stimulation an enjoyable part of their sex lives. Anal intercourse can be pleasurable if time is taken to do it correctly. Be sure to go slowly and use lots of water based lubricant such as Astroglide-available at any drug store.

As far as being clean for any kind of anal stimulation, the best thing to use is plain old soap and water.  Using any kind of alcohol or astringent will not only burn and be painful, but it may harm the natural mucous membranes around the rectum.  many people enjoy taking a nice warm bath or shower together before and after.  This will also help relax you.  However, you can also wash with a washcloth and towel as well.

It is important that BOTH of you wash before AND after so the bacterial that resides in the rectum doesn't get into your vagina and cause an infection.  You should also be sure he does not go from rectum to vagina or mouth without washing first.  Also, you should ALWAYS wear a condom as unprotected intercourse is a very risky behavior for both HIV and Hep B and C. 

Some people choose to give themselves and enema before having anal intercourse.  This is a personal choice and not a necessity.  It all depends on what you fell comfortable with. A wonderful book that has a lot of great information about anal sex etc. is, "Anal Pleasure & Anal health-A Guide For Men And Women" by Jack Morin, Ph.D.. You should be able to order it at any bookstore. Good luck, Kelly Connell MS.Ed.



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