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Taking the Plunge Together: Guidelines for Pegging

 

When it comes to pegging, you should obviously have a lot of fun. But in order for you and your partner to have fun, you will need to follow some guidelines to make the most out of this wonderful experience. Follow me along, my love:

  • Open channels: ok, so the first thing it should happen is for both of you to talk. If you’ve gotten this far, I’m going to assume you’ve obviously talked about wanting to try it, but there are other things you can talk about. Expose your feelings and talk about what you expect, fears, if you’ve tried it before you can also discuss the experience. It’s a good idea to be open since the start so you can continue doing so during the whole experience.
  • Slippery: Lubrication is a must and you should never attempt anything without having lots of lubrication at hand. Lube up your toy and your partner and keep the bottle nearby. If you’re using a silicone dildo, water based lubes are a great option. And don’t forget a towel! Lubricant can get everywhere. 
  • As clean as it can be: It’s always a good idea to go to the bathroom and take a bath or a thorough shower before trying anal play. Try to get as clean as possible to have the most possible clean adventure you can get. If you want to take extra precautions, you can always do an enema Just make sure to do it a few hours before the penetration so your body can recover.
  • Aiding fingers: Your fingers will help you along this process. Just as when it comes to vaginal sex, fingers can be a great build up to anal penetration. The person inserting the fingers (you can even do it yourself! Add it to masturbation wink*) should have clean hands, short nails and a pair of gloves. The gloves work great because they don’t only act as a hygiene barrier; they also make the whole inserting process easier if you add the lube as well. Trick: if you have long nails, put a cotton ball at the end of each finger before you put on the glove. But, be careful because the cotton can affect your sensibility so you won’t be able to feel as well as you would without it.
  • Good equipment: The harness you choose should be tight enough, enough to make you feel comfortable in it in a way you kind of “shouldn’t feel it’s there because it’s a part of you”. On the other side of the coin, the person that will be penetrated usually chooses the dildo, as a common curtsey wink*. They can choose anything they like when it comes to shapes, colors and everything in between; the only thing they should be careful is the dildo should not be too big. When you’re a beginner, smaller is best and there are great beginner dildos out there!