Gay Anal Play

Anal sex and anal play
Anal play is sexual stimulation of the anus and rectum. Anal play can include external stimulation of the anus with fingers, toys or mouth, or penetration with fingers, toys or a penis/external genitals (anal sex).
People of all sexual orientations and gender identities can explore giving and receiving anal play. The anal region is rich with nerve endings, so stimulation in this area can feel good. People with prostates often enjoy indirect stimulation of the prostate through anal penetration. Anal play can also indirectly stimulate both the clitoris and the G-spot (an area located on the front wall a few inches inside the vagina/internal genitals).

A little about anatomy
The area around the anal opening is covered in hair for most people. Some people choose to remove this hair, while other people do not. It is normal to have hair around this part of the body.

The anus has two rings of muscles near the entrance. The outer ring can be controlled, which means you can tense and relax these muscles at will. The inner ring is involuntary, which means it can’t be controlled. Instead, you need to be fully relaxed for these muscles to accept penetration comfortably.

The rectum is the area inside the anus. It does not produce its own lubrication in response to sexual stimulation.

How does it work?
When first exploring anal play, go slowly. It takes time for muscles to relax enough to enjoy anal stimulation or penetration. Many people enjoy stimulation of the outside of the anus. This can involve using fingers, mouth or toys. External stimulation can feel great on its own.

If you are exploring anal penetration, it’s best to start with a finger or a very small toy. Penetration can be uncomfortable if the muscles of the anus are tight because you’re nervous or not aroused. Pain is a sign to stop or slow down. If you are playing with a partner, it’s important to communicate and stop or slow down if there is any discomfort.

Lubrication is important for penetrative anal play. Lubrication will help protect the delicate skin of the anal area, and also creates more pleasurable sensations. Water based lube is safe with both condoms and toys.

If you are not used to anal penetration, the sensation may feel a little strange at first – like you need to have a bowel movement. This is normal, and it can take some time and practice for the feeling to become pleasurable.

People with prostates may enjoy gentle pressure or stroking on the front wall of the rectum. If partners are facing each other, the giving partner can insert a finger and make a gentle beckoning motion to stimulate this area. You can also use this technique to indirectly stimulate the g-spot of the vagina/internal genitals through the rectum.

Anal toys
If you’re using sex toys, make sure they have a flared base. A butt plug is a good example of this type of toy. A toy without a flared base can be pulled inside the rectum and may not be easily removed. If you do get a toy or any other object stuck in your rectum, go to a hospital emergency room right away.

Other types of anal toys include dildos of various shapes and sizes, vibrators, and anal beads. It’s a good idea to start with smaller toys, and only work towards larger toys or a penis if you feel relaxed and ready.
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