Anal: what are the risks, and how to do it on cam?

Anal is still one of the absolutely classic masculine fantasies, and it could also be interesting for you to do it during your live cam sessions, if you wanted to. Let’s take a look at the risks and the first steps towards this new pleasure.

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A small note on anatomy

Let’s begin with a brief note on anatomy. It’s important to know that the tissue of the anal wall is very thin but also very sensitive. This is great for sensation, but much less good for the scratches and scrapes that can occur, not to mention any irritations and chafing. You should therefore be careful and gentle when you work with this area. You should also know that it’s not a mucous membrane, meaning that the anus is dry, and will require lubricant (saliva can work, but it’s strongly recommended that to start with you use a water or silicone-based lube).

Also, repeated anal penetrations may cause more irritation, but will not cause any deformation or problems in the function of the sphincter. So, you can absolutely indulge in this during your live cam sessions as long as you feel like it and do it gently (whether it’s with a partner or with a sex toy). If you don’t feel like it, don’t force yourself because the stress this would cause would make it more painful than pleasant, so you might as well just skip it.

 

It isn’t dirty

The idea that this is a “dirty” area is a psychological barrier to be overcome. But you can rest assured that the part that actually stores waste is the large intestine, and even if your partner is a beast there’s no way they’ll reach your large intestine! So long as your digestion is normal, there’s no reason for your anus to be dirty. For this, there’s nothing like good food hygiene to regulate your digestion. Simply washing the area will then be enough to be sure that it’s clean. On the other hand, be careful about bacteria.

For a woman, the biggest risk is the transmission of bacteria from the rectum to the vagina. The 2 flora are different, so it’s better for each area to keep their own bacteria where they are. So, you should avoid alternating penetration: once anal penetration has occurred, don’t go back into the vagina, or change the condom or sex toy when transferring between the 2.

 

The psychological barrier

The mental block often stems from how we were educated, or from society more generally; yet, it’s clear that this practice is not exclusive to porn films. It also isn’t reserved just for prostitutes or “easy” girl. Instead, it’s for anyone who wants to explore another form of pleasure. Because that’s what it’s all about, having fun and discovering new ways to feel good. To do this, naturally you have to lift any psychological barriers and be at ease with anal. Nevertheless you do absolutely have the right not to want to try, and in that case you should respect your own wishes and not do it, there’s no obligation.

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The anus, erogenous zone

Earlier we said that anal is a new type of pleasure which you can experience because the anus is a erogenous zone. In fact it has the most nerve endings of any part of the body. This will give you increased sensitivity in addition to the excitement of the act itself, the excitement that you will provoke by doing it, and perhaps the excitement of doing something taboo.

 

Want to try? Yes, but how do you do it?

If you’re tempted, go ahead and give it a try. This could enhance your shows just like squirting for example. Whether it’s alone with a sex toy (you can even start with your fingers) or with a partner, choose whichever configuration puts you most at ease. Then it’s all about preparation and state of mind. We’ve already mentioned the fact that you have to feel like it… Not just that you want to please your partner, that you really want to… And that you are comfortable with the idea – which should not be a taboo for you. So, before everything else, relax.

Then, don’t go straight to it but take your time. Acclimatise yourself to the feeling of touching around this area before trying to penetrate it. Always start with your fingers or small sex toys to very gently open yourself up, and do not forget lubricant. Take your time with this and don’t force anything. When you start proper penetration, your partner should never force entry. It’s on you to start the movement and to make sure the advance of the penetration is happening at your rhythm. This will avoid pain, and allows you to keep complete control of the situation.

 

Helping out

If you do it with a dildo, be gentle and respect your body. And above all, choose a reasonable size, at least to start. It’s the same for the in-and-out: you’re in charge of the movement, the rhythm, the depth… Once you are comfortable, your partner will be able to take over without the risk of hurting you. You can also have fun finding positions that you like and what feels best, and experiment together.

 

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