Pages On The Site. Adventurous Positions. For Female Orgasm. Click on the photos to enlarge them. For those who are into it, the positions are not actually much different from normal sex positions. The simplest is to have the man on top with the woman's legs raised high so that her anus is exposed for penetration. Continued below You're about to see techniques on video devoted to producing full body orgasm for women and female ejaculation. And that's the key to the best sex you'll ever have - because the intense desire these orgasms produce will transform your sex life into a firestorm of burning passion!
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This video series is totally unique, and it WILL transform your sex life! It's also very easy to adapt the rear entry position for anal sex: you can adopt the same postures but orientate yourself to penetrate your partner's anus rather than her vagina. If you make sure that you are positioned so that the tip of your erect penis is level with her anus, then penetration - with plenty of lube and a condom - shouldn't be a problem. By adapting the rear entry position so that she's lying on her side, you can achieve a comfortable and relaxed style of rear entry sex.
And another position you can use is simply to have the man lie on top of his partner as she lies on the bed with her legs wide apart. The key to good anal sex is using plenty of lube and being relaxed about it all. Certainly if one partner has reservations about it, anal sex is not likely to become a happy part of your regular sex life.
Having said that, some women do really enjoy it, since the sense of naughtiness and trying something forbidden can be very arousing. In addition, the anus is an extremely erotically charged part of the body.
Positions Anal sex isn't for everyone, but it can be interesting to try if you don't have many inhibitions and you're happy to experiment. Our models are all attractive men and women in real life relationships, showing anal sex at its best and most enjoyable. You might be wondering what the appeal is. Sometimes anal sex is attractive because it's forbidden or has an air of naughtiness - the anus is a taboo area for many of us! Other people think than anal sex is great because it offers tightness, a different set of sensations than vaginal sex, and the promise of highly enjoyable physical sensations.
Women can enjoy being taken up the anus, though it's important that all experiments are consensual, that your partner agrees to whatever you want to do, and you're both happy to draw a boundary when things get to the point where you want to stop.
And so do men, for that matter! If you're a man, you can see how it adds to sexual pleasure if you stimulate your own anus with a well-lubed finger when you masturbate. As a man, try giving cunnilingus to a woman while you place a finger in her vagina and at the same time rub the tip of your little finger on her anus.
If she likes this, she'll let you know by her cries of delight as she comes! Basically, the anus and the surrounding area have lots of nerves that link to the clitoris, pelvis and vulva, so the whole area is extremely sensitive to sexual stimulation.
And it can feel good if you're penetrated anally - for women, this is an extension of vaginal penetration; for men, there is the excitement that can be obtained when the prostate gland is stimulated through the wall of the rectum. For men who find that a tight fit produces greater pleasure during sex, the appeal of their partner's anus is obvious. In addition, there might be some reward in the sense of dominance over one's partner, the taboo aspects of anal sex, and the sheer raunchiness of it.
But in short - if it excites you, try it out and see if you enjoy it! If you're worried about shit - and, yes, it can happen that the rectum beyond the anal canal may have some small residue of shit in there when you enter - then you can do something about it. First, use a good strong condom. That's pretty much essential anyway unless you absolutely know your partner has no diseases, and it's probably a good idea anyway to stop you getting a urinary tract infection bacteria from shit don't mix well with your urethra and kidneys.
Second, get your partner to douche before sex. Small douche bags are available from all online sex stores. Third, have a shower together before sex, and wash each other's anuses. That way you get an element of erotic play and relax a bit even before you start. The best positions are only adaptations of ordinary vaginal sex positions.
You simply find one where the man can get easy access to his partner's anus. So - man on top with her legs back, woman on top, and from behind while lying side by side are all good, though obviously rear entry is best of all - at least, it's the easiest. It's also the most exciting for men, with the sight of her buttocks being a powerful sexual stimulus.
This time, rear entry really does mean backdoor action! There's no natural lube there, unlike in your partner's aroused vagina, so you need plenty of slippery stuff to make penetration easy and pleasant for you both.
You can't use enough, really, and if it dries out as you penetrate and thrust, just use some water to wet it again. Oils are a no-no if you're using a latex condom - but you've heard that a thousand times already, I'm sure. They rot it - very quickly. You can rub gently, press into the rosebud opening, tickle gently with your fingertip, and with enough lube gently start the act of penetration to get her relaxed and opened up a bit. Such play is good for both sexes, so hopefully you'll let her do the same thing to you.
This will increase her confidence and may make the whole thing more fun - it becomes a game of equality rather than something you're just doing to her. The other thing to bear in mind is that many people find some sexual acts acceptable only when they're highly aroused, so if you both get turned on and start getting carried away with the idea of anal sex, don't forget all the rules about safe sex and using a condom!
To sum up: start the act of anal play with a gentle fingertip, tickling and pressing until your partner begins to open up a little.
You might even consider using your tongue on her anus, though this is definitely something that either appeals or doesn't. Provided you're both well and healthy, it should be ok health wise, but there may be a slight risk of hepatitis or other nasty infections - so take your choice and risk as you will. You may find it's appealing to use your tongue, you may not - but without prejudging the issue, what's certainly true is that it can be highly erotic and exciting for some people to have a warm wet tongue probing this most intimate area of their body.
Problems with anal sex. Unless you're playing out some masochistic game, pain is not part of the agenda. And anal sex can be painful without enough lube for the person on the receiving end! If she is in discomfort at any time, use more lube or stop - and that's especially true if she's so nervous that she just can't open up enough for you to get in. Time and patience and a gentle finger - or two - may be the answer or they may not. But if you can't penetrate easily, don't force the issue - either psychologically or physically!
Sometimes during anal intercourse the receiving partner may have a reflex response which feels like they need to shit. If so, you may find that stopping for a moment or two makes the urge go away - or, if it does develop into a full blown need to shit, then that's probably the end of your anal play for the time being!
Since the lining of the rectum is much more delicate than that of the vagina, and tears much more easily, you may want to ensure you trim all your fingernails before you go poking around inside your partner, and you may want to ensure all vibrators and dildos are soft and flexible before you put them into your partner - or even yourself! There are two rings of muscle around the anal canal, one at the outside, and one on the inside. The first one will open easily, but the second may clamp shut if your partner is frightened or apprehensive or you go too fast.
That's its job - to prevent things getting into the body, including, sadly for you, your penis. The way to overcome this is to press forward slowly with plenty of lube don't forget, you've already gone in with a finger or two, so it knows what's coming - and so does your partner!
At some point, if your partner is basically accepting of the idea of being penetrated anally, the inner muscles will relax and allow your penis to enter her body. If they don't, make sure you're not causing her any pain, and stop if she wants you to do so.
By the way, the best way to get in is to watch what you're doing - it's not like the vagina, where you may be able to penetrate without looking.
Her anus doesn't have labia to guide your penis in, and the opening is not as big as that of the vulva's channel into the vagina. You need to look! And you need to apply a steady pressure as you seek to get your penis into her.
Gentle but firm is the watchword here. Obviously such a movement will be easier in some positions than others - like the rear entry with her kneeling on the bed and you standing behind her, for example. Once she is experienced and confident, and can relax to allow you in at will, then you might want to shift position to woman on top.
Well, as hard as your partner lets you! Move slowly and lovingly, thrusting gently until she is used to and accepting of the rhythm of your penile thrusting. You may find it enough to move slowly and gently with restricted thrusts, or you may want to go at it full pelt - in either case, make sure your partner is both willing and able to accept your thrusts - it's a special and delicate part of her body, and she deserves your care and respect not to mention your thanks for giving you the opportunity to enjoy such a tight fit of her body around your penis.
We know it feels good to have a tight penetration - we're men. Remember it may not feel as good for her as it does for you! If you can relax and enjoy the thrusting, fine. But if it hurts and you want your partner to withdraw, tell him to stop!
There's no reason why you should have to accept this form of sex if you don't like it. As far as positions are concerned, try the rear entry first: you might also like woman on top, where you slip his penis into your anus - though you may need to be relaxed and fairly experienced to get it in in this position.
G etting the angle right is probably slightly more tricky than in vaginal sex, because the anal canal is tighter and the rectum bends just inside the body. If you're both relaxed and in the mood for a little experimentation, then you can shift around between bouts of thrusting until you find the position that is most comfortable for sex.
The pictures may help you. As you can see, the positions are not that different to normal vaginal sex: they just need slight modification, such as her legs being farther apart. You may find a bit of blood - small rips and cuts are common consequences of anal intercourse. Stop until they heal, and next time use more lube, and relax more as you play with the positions.
If the condom breaks, get a new one, put it on, and start again. If you're going on to orgasm, and ejaculate inside your partner, make sure the condom is intact before you come.
It's just possible that you might want to shift position entirely and have a session of anal sex where the woman penetrates the man.