META: If you’ve always harbored a curiosity for anal stretching but have only just mustered the courage to try it, you’ve come to the right place! Our beginners’ guide to anal stretching will answer most, if not all the questions you might have about this naughty endeavor.
If you’ve always harbored a curiosity for anal stretching but have only just mustered the courage to try it, you’ve come to the right place! Our beginners’ guide to anal stretching will answer most, if not all the questions you might have about this naughty endeavor.
Why Would I Ever Want to Do Anal Stretching?
The answer is simple — it feels amazing! Moreover, it is also an entry ticket to a lot of other kinky activities, like fisting, extreme dildo play, extreme pegging, and similar. And the best part is, it won’t have any permanent side effects on your defecation or digestion capabilities. So why not give it a shot?!
Preparation and Safety Are Key!
Needless to say, safety should always be your number one priority. That is why you should make sure to follow our guide to the letter in order to avoid harming yourself during your anal stretching adventures.
First things first, before you start your stretching session, there are a couple of things you should do beforehand:
- Take your daily recommendation of fiber and empty your bowels in the toilet
- Take your time and thoroughly clean yourself with an enema or a douche
- Repeat the cleaning process 2 or 3 more times
Now you’re ready to begin your adventure!
As for the stretching process itself, when done properly, it can prove to be extremely satisfying and pleasurable. However, it is normal to feel a little bit of pain while doing it, but as long as there is no bleeding involved, rest assured that you are safe. But if you do happen to see blood, SLOW DOWN or STOP COMPLETELY. Remember, safety first!
Also, you’ll be glad to hear that your anus will return to normal in just about 3–6 hours after your stretching session. Just make sure you give it some well-deserved rest in the meantime.
The Dos and Don’ts of Anal Stretching
Because we know most of you are too lazy to read, we’ve also provided you with this short list of dos and don’ts:
- Clean yourself with an enema at least 3–4 hours before your stretching session
- If you begin feeling intense pain or notice any bleeding, STOP
- Use a small butt plug at first
- Only use butt plugs with a flared base
- Make sure you are well lubed up
- Clean and disinfect your butt plugs before use
- Never try to force your butt plugs in if you are feeling any pain or discomfort
- Control your urge to thrust — there will be time for that later
- Always give your body enough time to recover — keep your stretching sessions at least 2–3 days apart
- If you’re a beginner, use a butt plug with a 4.5-inch circumference or more
- Never wear your butt plug for more than 20 minutes at a time
Having done the preparation and keeping all this in mind, you should now be ready to start your stretching session!
So How Do I Properly Do Anal Stretching?
- Begin by relaxing and inserting your little finger into your anus
- Move it slowly in a circular motion to warm up
- Stretch your anus gently with your hands
- Begin small — use a tapered butt plug
- Insert the plug as deep as you can until it starts hurting, and then pull it out
- Wait for a while and then repeat
- Once you’re able to insert it whole, move on to a larger butt plug
DO NOT forget to use a lot of lube during this entire process!
What Kinds of Butt Plugs Should I Use Exactly?
That is completely up to you. However, we do have a few models to recommend:
- Doc Johnson Classic Butt Plug — this model is suitable even for prolonged wearing
- MEO 24/7 Anal Stretching Ring — one of the best models for anal stretching. It will take you just a couple of months to gape like Goatse.
- Easy In Anal Dilators — great for slow stretching and training. This model also has a hole on the tip that reduces internal pressures.
And What About Lube?
As we’ve already mentioned, being well lubricated is imperative whenever you’re doing anal stretching. That is due to the fact that the rectum doesn’t have any means of self-lubrication. Hence, we recommend using a lube shooter when lubing the inside of your anus in order to get the best coverage.
Furthermore, we recommend using a water-based lubricant because its silicone counterpart might make your selected toy deteriorate after a while. However, do keep in mind that a water-based lubricant dries out quickly, so you might need to reapply it more often. Here are a few products that we’d recommend:
- Very Deep Urethral Lubricant
- Smooth Move Lubricant
- Maximus Lubricant
- K Lube Powder
- ID Glide Lubricant
- J-Lube For Anal Fisting
- Fist It Fisting Lube
Enjoy Your Anal Fun, but Never Forget the Basics!
This leads us to the end of our anal stretching guide. If you just follow our simple steps, know that you too can master the art of anal play. However, never forget what we’ve repeated so many times by now — safety first! So remember to always lubricate, take it slow, and immediately stop if you happen to encounter blood. And now, farewell, and happy stretching!