Fingering The Anus

Anal Fingering: Fingering the Anus for Pleasurable Stimulation


Fingering the Anus: Anal Fingering for Prostate Stimulation


Almost all of us have considered the idea of anal play at some point in our sex lives. Whether or not we’ve acted on that impulse depends entirely on how we view anal sex or play. The anus is full of nerve endings and a great way to have explosive orgasms, especially in men. The prostate gland, which is equivalent to the female g-spot is what's being stimulated during anal fingering. So, the real problem comes down to a lack of education; something this article attempts to fix.

 

Anal Fingering Cannot Change Sexuality

Unfortunately, there are those that have a very negative view of anal play and miss out on the sexual benefits that it provides. Anal play, including anal fingering and coitus, has carried a bad rep for some time; this is especially true amongst the overzealous religious crowd. Aside from religious beliefs there is also the stigma that even considering the notion somehow makes you homosexual. Many young people who are impressionable about what is and isn't acceptable sexually are turned off by anal play due to this stigma. It's a sad, but true state. However, despite the opinions of a few, anal play does not make you a homosexual.


Sexuality is about discovering and pleasing yourself so you can share that knowledge with a partner. Exploring your options makes you more aware of what is potentially pleasing to a partner of any gender. Limiting those options because you think they make you homosexual only serves to limit your sexual prowess. Many heterosexual men choose not to explore any sort of anal play, because as you may know it is has negative associations with being gay. However, there are several heterosexual singles and couples who give and receive anal pleasure in a variety of ways. Sexual orientation doesn’t define what a person finds pleasurable, what’s important is not denying yourself the pleasures you enjoy.


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Fun Facts

Analingus is the act of licking or inserting the tongue into the anus to provide pleasurable sensations. Analingus can help lubricate the anus to make fingering the anus a bit easier.



Did you know?

40 percent of men and 35 percent of women have had anal sex with an opposite-sex partner, which could include anal fingering, analingus and the use of anal toys.

This straight mans fear of give-and-take anal play is a mixture of homophobia and insecurities, straight men are more than willing to engage in anal activities but having it done to them isn’t alright. Especially when most women who experience anal sex define it as intimate and the willingness to experiment shows their partner how much they care. As a male, giving your female partner the freedom to explore you through anal fingering gives her the distinct pleasure that comes with 'penetration'. This balance of power and intimacy will turn her on and ensure that the favor will be returned to you. It's a win-win situation, really.


Fingering the Anus: Endless Health BENEFITS!!

Regardless of most men’s perception about anal play, the health benefits cannot be ignored. It has been discovered that anal play has anti-cancer benefits to the prostate, medically induced prostate massages which is a form of anal fingering have been proven to help maintain prostate health. In recent years medical journals have published reports on prostate massage as a treatment for infertility, chronic prostatitis (inflammation), and benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate). Doctors have now created sexual aids designed to stimulate the prostate such as the Aneros which is an FDA approved prostate stimulator. The prostate, the male G-spot, or even the P-Spot no matter what name is used, stimulating this area whether alone or with a partner has its benefits!


Prostate Stimulation: Techniques for Fingering the Anus!!

So, now that you've decided this is something you want to try, let's talk tactics here. Too many people that try any form of anal with someone as inexperienced as them are turned off by it and do not enjoy the experience. There is a right way and a wrong way to go about anal and understanding the difference is important. First of all, DO NOT just start shoving things up the anus! You're not likely to appreciate or enjoy that. As with a virgin, you have to start slow. The best tip anyone can give you is to be sure that there is plenty of lubrication on hand. The more the better, because when it comes to anal play there is no such thing as too much lube.


Take Your Time with Anal Play

The next step is to take things slow. The anus has muscle tissue that tightens up when something is inserted, so shoving a large penis or dildo right on up there is going to cause pain, discomfort at best. You want to begin by fingering the anus. Using just one finger and slowly insert it into the rectum. This will allow the muscles to adjust and relax. Slide your finger (or your partner, depending on who is giving and receiving) in and out gently. Allow yourself or your partner to become comfortable with just the one finger and then try inserting another one. Keep the pace slow, but work your way up to something larger. Anal fingering is a great technique to use during oral sex, too. Ladies, if your partner is ready to take this step, try giving him a double delight as you go down on him by inserting a finger into his anus. Stimulating that prostate gland is going to increase the orgasm, and depending on how sensitive your man is to it, he may not be able to hold back his orgasm. Just remember the lube!


Hygiene: Anal Fingering & Keeping Things Clean

As with any other sexual play, hygiene is extremely important, but more so with anal play just because of the region. Many couples are concerned that they will get more then they bargained for when they start fingering the anus. They're afraid that sticking their fingers in someone else's anus will put them knuckle deep in the brown stuff. As long as your partner is healthy in the respect of a good diet and plenty of fluids, there shouldn't be much of a chance of running into any fecal matter. However, there are things you can do to ensure that you don't.


Clean your anus before play: This is pretty much a common sense thing, but relevant enough to mention. Wash your butt before you have someone playing with it and you'll find your partner a much happier person. In this respect, you can also give yourself an enema at least 24 hours before anal play if you're concerned with hygiene. It is highly recommended that you use caution with this because enema's can irritate the anus and may cause you not to enjoy the experience.


Use a condom over the finger or anal toys: If you're just absolutely freaked out by the idea of coming into direct contact with fecal matter, try using a condom over the finger. You can also wear surgical gloves for the same effect. Remember, lube, lube, lube! If you're still appalled at the idea of using your finger, there are toys available that resemble fingers, not to mention dildos specifically designed for anal play. Just don't start with something too large. In order for it to be comfortable and an experience worth repeating, you have to take things slow!


As a matter of hygiene, it is also important to note that no toys or penises should move directly from the anus to the vagina or mouth. While it is possible to avoid fecal matter, you may encounter a small trace of it. Moving this matter to other areas such as the vagina or the mouth can cause infections. Avoid this at all costs. Additionally, any toys that you use during anal play should be properly cleaned before the next use. Following these simply guidelines will keep your anal fingering clean and healthy.


Hopefully you can see that the benefits of anal play far outweigh the concerns. Just remember that you don't need to be validated by anyone else and their opinions shouldn't stand in the way of you achieving an amazing orgasm. The stigma associated with anal play is rather archaic in nature and has nothing to do with an individual's orientation. Give it a try following the guidelines within this article and see if it doesn't become one of your favorites!



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