Safe Anal Sex For Beginniners

Here at MALs, our focus is not only to bring you the highest quality adult toys but to also educate those who may not be familiar with some of the items that we sell and what they’re used for. There are also items that we don’t sell for very specific reasons, which we’ll cover later. One of these more sensitive subjects is that of anal sex. The store has an entire case for these toys specifically, from beginners to experts. But before you come in to buy them, it’s extremely important that you know a few things about anal sex if you’ve never tried it before.

First of all, do not try this if it’s something that you don’t want to do. The mind is very powerful and if you or your partner isn’t in to it, it’s not going to work. Make sure that you’re both on board with the idea before moving forward. Without consent from both parties, someone may end up getting hurt. Always remember to practice safe sex and use a condom. This prevents the spread of bacteria from one area to another.

Once you and your partner have established that you’re both on board with the idea of trying this act, it’s a good plan to start off small. Here at MALs, we have a great selection of anal beginner kits that will help anyone work their way up. If you don’t want to start off with any of the anal starter kits available, start with fingers and the tongue or at least a very small sex toy that will prep the area for larger items. Of course, always remember to breathe and definitely stay relaxed.

Now, it’s time to choose the lube. It’s very important to choose the correct kind and it’s also important to use enough. Some people say that less is more but not when it comes to this. Be sure to use a health amount of lube to prevent any snagging. It’s a good idea to use thicker lubes because they don’t dry out as quickly. And never, ever use numbing agents. The human body feels pain for a reason and by numbing such a sensitive area, you or your partner may not be able to feel tearing if that does occur. DO NOT use numbing agents during anal sex. It can lead to serious problems and trips to the hospital! With that being said, we here at MALs do not sell numbing agents nor do we support (or recommend) the use of them!

Be sure that the person doing it stays on the more shallow side. Going to deep right off the bat can cause problems. The nerves that you’re trying to stimulate are basically right in the anus

anyway. You also shouldn’t be going all gung-ho at first either. Porn makes it look like anal can be just as rough as regular old sex but it needs to be prepped in order to avoid injury. Remember to always communicate with your partner too. If something isn’t working, the only way they’re going to know is if you say something. Don’t be afraid to voice your thoughts, this is a team effort!

If you try anal and hate it, do not keep trying it. If your mind isn’t in to it, your body will hate it as well. Your partner should be considerate of how you feel in this matter as well. If they’re going to pressure you to continue to do it, you need to have a chat with them and express that you are, in fact, not. If you don’t like it, you’ll know pretty quickly that it’s not for you and there’s no need to push yourself or your partner. If both of you aren’t genuinely enjoying it, what’s the point?

If you have more questions regarding beginning anal play toys, feel free to stop in to the shop to browse our selection. Our staff is always happy to help and answer questions. We also have informative pamphlets in the store as well that contain more information on anal for beginners. We love our clients and don’t want to see anyone getting hurt so stop on by and let us help you find the perfect toys for you!

About the Author: M has been a professional blogger for six years and has contributed to various websites. When she is not writing, she is a professional body piercing apprentice. M can be reached at and you can find her piercing only blog HERE.

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