Safe Anal Stretching, Your Anal Training Guide
Anal play is somewhat intimidating and may require practice to get your anus relaxed. The best way to loosen your anus is through anal stretching and consistent training. One great way to practice and stretch your hole is using sex toys such as Dildos, Anal plugs, and sex machines. With proper stretching and training anal sex pleasure can be in your future! But how to do it safely.
L'Acier would like to share our Anal Stretching techniques, as well as all the Anal Fisting research we have gathered and secrets with you. Improve your Anal Stretching skills and boost your pleasure. With this guide, we will share with you the tools for better penetration and safe stretching. Good stretching skills help you prevent and lower the risks of future damage to your anus, and will raise your overall comfort level.
Why Should I Practice Anal Stretching?
For fun for starters! Your anus is full of a ton of sensitive nerve endings that make anal play feel oh so good. And the fun isn’t reserved for folks who have a prostate, We are talking to you ladies!
Did you know? Around 1/4 of men are able to achieve an orgasm with anal sex alone?
Anal training can make many different sorts of penetration a thing of pleasure, and continued training can lead to pleasures such as gapping and Fisting.
Sometimes anal sex can be painful when first starting out.
It's understandable, I used to have a pretty hard time with this myself when I first started having sex with men. For a long time, I just thought that it was part of the anal experience and I would just have to learn to deal with it. I kept hearing "it's an acquired taste" like coffee.
In reality, starting out, anal sex does tend to hurt a bit. But don't fret, Reverb from L’acier is here to help you overcome the initial discomfort. I'm talking, of course, about anal stretching!
How Safe is Anal Training?
Like any other sexual activity, it’s generally safe if you take the proper precautions.
The anus isn’t self-lubricating like a vagina, so lubricant is a must! In addition, the tissue is thinner and more sensitive than the rest of your skin meaning it's easier for tearing and infection to occur, including sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Taking it slow, using lots of lube, and practicing safer sex can help. If you’re pregnant, have hemorrhoids, or have any other condition that affects your anus or rectum, you may want to check with your doctor before giving anal training a go. Any blood is a bad sign and you should stop and allow the body to heal. Fingernails are common culprits and should be trimmed and cleaned is used in play.
Will I stay Stretched?
Not at all, remember your sphincter wants to contract to its original position. After all, its main job is to hold poop back, the tissue is super elastic and bounces back in no time!
How Deep Can I Penetrate?
With time and training... Deep
Did you know that the average rectum is roughly 5 inches long, However, your body will know what you can handle. Take fisting, for example. It’s totally possible for your partner to work up to fisting you until they’re elbow-deep if that’s something you’re into exploring. Going as deep as the shoulder is also possible but it takes lots of time and effort to practice. Keep it simple and comfortable, while you learn what's enjoyable for you.
How To Prepare For Anal Training
- Use the restroom before you begin, several times, and rinse thoroughly
- Do not use numbing lube, listen to your body. You should not be experiencing severe sharp pains, if so, stop
- If you're a little freaked out by poop, you might want to consider an anal douche, enema, 3 to 4 hours beforehand.
- Stop without hesitation the moment you encounter any blood or experience strong pain.
- Start off with a smaller, smooth butt plug. Make sure it has a taper. Wouldn't want to lose it! Try ours!
- Use a lot of lube, don't be afraid to use a large amount... in fact we encourage it.
WHAT CAN YOU USE?
Fingers are a good place to start because you can begin with a pinky and work your way up to five fingers, or even an entire hand or fist. You can also use sex toys.
Everyone loves the butt plug and its efficient shape. They usually have narrow tips that gradually widen toward the middle and then taper down again.
Their shape makes them easy to insert and helps to keep them comfortably in your anus even during physical movements like intercourse or some fun public escapades.
The flaring base of anal plugs ensures that you have a gripping point for the toy... no one wants to go to the ER explaining that one. Always use adult products designed for safe anal play, check our Reverb from L’acer, the perfect stainless steel vibrating anal plug.
If you are a fan of the penis and want a sex toy that looks more like the real thing, then dildos are the way to go. They come in all shapes and sizes, some vibrate... and the great ones have Thrusting Action! Check out Velvet thruster prime, a custom dildo with vaginal and anal heads that swap and change during play. The Velvet Prime with Walter anal beads and a long reach handle are perfect sex toys for those how enjoy anal pleasure regularly.
How to Pick a Size?
This is not the time to be overly enthusiastic, be realistic with what your body can handle. The goal is not to hurt yourself. Our Reverb is a good anal trainer kit, consider slide if you are more experienced.
If this is your first foray into anal play and stretching, starting small is a must even if you think you can handle more. However, if you are a veteran of anal play, might we suggest something like our Walter series of thrusting dildos.
First, you want to be sure to choose a material that’s body-safe. Look for toys that are phthalate and BPA-free.
Silicone, stainless steel, and borosilicate glass — or Pyrex — are great because they’re nonporous and easy to care for.
Thrusting Dildos and Vibrating Dildos?
In addition to size and materials, you should also consider if you want your dildo to have any sort of action. We recommend the thrusting motion.
How Often Should You Practice Anal Stretching?
It comes down to your individual comfort level but aim to train once or maybe twice a day if you are feeling ambitious, at least 5 days a week, for 5 to 10 minutes at a time.
Stick with it for 1 to 2 weeks before moving to the next size up. If you feel no resistance or discomfort when inserting, then congrats — you’re ready to size up!
Anal Safety per ISO 13533
Only use products specifically designed for anal play. Any safe sex toys will be designed to prevent accidental lose in the anal cavity and have a retrieval device so it may be easily removed by the user.