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Nipples, butts and sex abound after the jump!
Q: Do men like having their nipples touched and played with?
Men’s nipples are just like lady nipples, minus the lactation (well, usually). They’re jam-packed with nerve endings and are therefore pretty damn sensitive. Don’t go touchin on ’em just yet, though! Like women, men have preferences regarding nip stimulation. For some, the area is so sensitive it’s tickly. For others, nipple play is sensual and sexy and ooh-la-la. Still more hate it entirely. If you want to start kissing a dude’s tender poof-poofs, ask him first! Do a little experimentation if you’re both comfy with it! If he likes it, start getting all Cosmo on his ass. Just remember: communication between partners is key during any sexual first.
Q: Thanks for ignoring thoughts on anal douching.
I don’t love the sarcasm, but I’m willing to work with you on this one! While I focused on vaginal douching in the last installment of “Getting Freaky”, anal douching is just as important a subject to cover. Thanks for bringing it up!
Anal douches, also called enema treatments, “cleanse” your lower colon and rectum. Essentially, anal douching involves putting water into your butt to wash out any residual waste. The benefits are obvious, especially when considering the potentially unsanitary risks of anal penetration. However, like vaginal douching, this practice comes with some risks. Douching leaves your colon more prone to infections (including STIs), and sharp nozzles can leave tiny cuts in places which may not have pain receptors. Overuse of enemas can also cause dependency, which is never a good thing. Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and the upset of internal chemical balance are also possible side effects. If you’re looking to use an enema for sexual purposes, you may not even have to. Waste only drops down to areas reached by penetration right before a bowel movement. To avoid getting dirty during sex, just poop beforehand! Avoiding food 2-3 hours before sex can help, too. Still wanna douche? Check this article out for safety tips.
Q: What’s your favorite pre-sex power snack?