For starters, anal foreplay can happen by rimming your partner or giving/receiving an anal massage with a toy, finger, dildo, or penis. But keep in mind anal foreplay can absolutely be the main event—meaning nothing (not even penetration) has to come after it.
Milky Peru anal sex isn’t just for people interested in kink, but it’s great for all genders who want to ‘explore their sexual interest and desires. But just like you’ve got walk before you can run, it’s a good idea to do a little research and prep work before diving into anal play. Not only will this help keep you safe, but it’ll ensure you have the best possible booty sexperience. Here are the dont’s:
It shouldn’t hurt.
First and foremost, anal sex shouldn’t hurt. If it does, stop. Please. Sure, the sensation might feel a bit foreign, and you might be a little sore after, but pain isn’t supposed to be part of it. It should basically just feel like you might need to poop during the action. Preparation and communication are essential to making Milky Peru anal play pleasurable and enjoyable. Above all, you need to “relax your muscles and breathe.
Know that anal sex isn’t dirty.
Milky Peruanal sex isn’t inherently dirtier than other types of sex. In fact, with a little preparation, you can expect “the most pleasurable, clean, and worry-free experience ever.” This is because, the anus and the lower part of the rectum actually have very little fecal material in them, which means it tends to not be nearly as dirty as you think.
You should still use a condom.
The reason: “You can absolutely transmit STDs and STIs during anal sex. This is because not only is there skin-to-skin contact and exchange of fluids, but the lining of the anus can be damaged due to friction, making it susceptible to infection. That’s why you should always use condoms—not only with anal sex but with any type of intimacy where genital fluids are exchanged.
Anal sex actually *can* cause pregnancy.
Another good reason to wear a condom? You actually can get pregnant from Milky Peru anal sex if you’re not careful with your cleanup. Depending on where (or if) your partner ejaculates, semen could leak down/out of your anus and get inside your vagina, resulting in a pregnancy. Now this is rare, but the hottest sex is the one you can feel safe about, so do what you can to eliminate unwanted reproductions like STIs and infants.