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Anal sex

Anal sex simply means penis-in-butt sex.

The lining of the anus is quite sensitive and some people find it pleasurable to have this area stimulated with a penis, sex toy, fingers or through oral sex (also known as rimming). Others don’t like anal sex. It all comes down to personal preference!

Ask your partner! 

  • "Should we use lube for this?” 

  • “Can we go slower so I can try to relax?” 

  • “How does this feel?” 

  • “Would you like it deeper?” 

Safety check!

You can’t get pregnant from anal sex, but there is a higher chance of getting an STI, including HIV, so it’s super important to always use condoms and lubricant.

Anal sex can hurt if you’re not relaxed and don’t use lube. Unlike the vagina, the anus doesn’t produce its own lubrication so it’s important to use lube to keep things comfortable and to stop the condom from breaking.

Make sure NOT to use a lube with oil in it, like Vaseline, lotion, or baby oil. Oil-based lubricants can weaken a condom, making it more likely to break. Water or silicone-based lubricants are the way to go. You can get these from the same places condoms are purchased like sexual health clinics, supermarkets, and pharmacies.