very slowly and with lots of practice! it is generally safe if done correctly. done incorrectly, you can tear your colon. also, if it is done too often, it can lead to difficulty controlling the bowels in some people.
u have take lot of practice.u have to put something in your anal for 15-20 min and move it in and out.My grl frd also want the same thing but i use to put my personal in her for 1/2 an hr.Or u can say i go through anal sex.Now she is having 3" gape
Once the anal sphincter muscles have been stretched, the anus is left with an opening. This opening would then make penetration easier... or rather, less painful for the recipient. The disadvantage would be that that opening or "gape" tends to remain open. And, if one has a permanent opening or "gape" in the anus... that translates into an incontinence/ bowel control problem.
The tearing feels like you're being burnt and cut at the same time and it's extremely and unbelievably painful... if you could imagine undergoing a surgical procedure without an anesthetic, it would feel like that. After the tearing, you might feel less pain. I always felt pain, even after the tearing... the pain wasn't as bad as the first several attempts. But, there was always some pain involved.
If you enjoy it, okay, no problem. My first husband got to where he couldn't get it up enough to give either of us pleasure the normal way, so he only wanted to do it in the butt. That hurts! To me, anyway.
I had to find pleasure elsewhere.
Anal peripheral prostate massage is one of the four prostate massage. This can be used by persons who are interested in anal activity. This can be a form of masturbation as well. this massage has some health benefits also.Blood circulatio in groin are.
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