For f*ck’s sake, everyone — if you’re going to do anal, make sure you have enough lube to coat an entire Slip ‘n Slide so that penetration can happen smoothly and without any discomfort for the person your ramming your cock/dildo/finger into.
I mean, I don’t think anyone was ever like, “Man — I wish we didn’t use so much lube just now when you were f*cking my butt hole with your 8 inch monster d*ck, Jason.” Like, if you’re going to be dancing the chocolate cha cha, you can’t get squeamish about a little bit of poo. But when you’re leaking jizzy diarrhea from your bum onto your boyfriend’s d*ck and then he starts a chain-reaction of vomit and poop and more vomit — well — you clean yourselves off and never f*cking talk about that sh*t again. My then-boyfriend (now husband) and I decided to try having anal sex in the shower.
I was on my stomach, he was on top of me, and everything was fine until I realized he had passed out... Because he was drunk, he was dead weight and I couldn’t get him off or out of me. Despite it being more mainstream than it has been in recent memory, anal sex still feels like the final frontier for straight couples. Well, of course there is, but for many people anal seems like the end all-be all, and one that usually includes lots of pain and one hell of a mess.But the truth is, with the right lube anal doesn't have to hurt and it doesn't always result in poop-stained sheets.Hw aid that Trump should build a wall and shouldn’t care about social issues like abortion.I eventually said “I’m sorry, but you’re not my type” so he did a complete 180.