One of the more normal kinks out there is anal. There’s not an exact reason why it’s popular, but one of the theories is that it’s so risqué because that’s supposed to be a no-go area. Really the hole is just a little tighter, so what other reason would it appeal to men? Who knows, but one thing’s for sure, it does not appeal to 99% of women. That ratio means that 1% of the population is going to be lucky enough to have women that want to try anal all on their own accord. Don’t worry, there’s still a chance for the rest of us. You just have to figure out which strategies will work best to get her to at least try anal.
Explain Why You Want It
If she thinks that all you want to do is jam your dick up her ass, she’s not going to be so enthused. But taking the time to tell her that you find it sexy because it’s forbidden and something new that you want to try with her sounds a lot nicer, right? Don’t tell her that you’ve got a variety of anal virginities under your belt, even if you do. Just steer clear of the topic of doing it before and make sure to subtly keep the conversation around you wanting to do something special with her.
Tell Her Why Women Enjoy It
There are women out who really love anal. Once they get past the initial pain there’s supposed to be some really intense orgasms that women can have when having anal and getting her clit rubbed. It might take a time or two, but she could reach it too. Women have also said that having anal sex makes them feel a bit naughty, which empowers them in the bedroom. If none of this have sold her, mention the bonding that will come of it. Going through anal sex together is intense, slow, and turns out incredible rewards. It’s something different than sex that requires more effort and care. Putting a romantic spin on it might make her feel less dirty about it if that’s her issue.
Mention How Clean It Will Be
The biggest factors of women not wanting anal is that it hurts like hell and there’s a chance you’ll see her poop. While these issues are completely warranted, they can also be avoided. It will always hurt a little, the rectum generally isn’t meant to let things in, but you can properly lube her up and go slow to ease that. The fear of poop coming out might come true, but if she’s really worried she can have an anal douche, but after that she might not want to put anything else up her butt, which is understandable. A thorough washing in the shower and a good bathroom visit about an hour before hand will make sure that she’s empty and clean. Using a condom is a must for anal, but besides being safe, it also keeps any poop particles that can make their way out on it instead of you. The condom can get thrown away before she even sees anything on it.