Takeaway: Anal stretching is a key component of higher-level anal play - and it isn't as scary as it sounds. If you're new to anal play , you might be thinking, "what?! Why would I want to stretch my butt?! But anal stretching is actually a key component of higher level anal play - and it isn't nearly as scary as it sounds. Technically, anal stretching is anything that gradually stretches the anus and allows you to insert toys or a penis that you couldn't comfortably take in the past. This means that it could technically apply to absolute beginners who've never tried anal experiences before; working up from a single finger to multiple fingers is a type of "stretching.
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And Stretching tips. Well, it may begin with a fisting interest or it could be obsession play taken to the farthest reaches of plausibility, or it may have started out as anal play and slowly expanded into bigger and bigger toys. There are certain processes that must be adhered to. Fisting all by itself is frequently a beginning stage for stretching. Numerous players may begin with gentle stretching methods to get the sphincter or vagina sufficiently wide to suit an entire clenched hand.
It's understandable, I used to have a pretty hard time with this myself when I first started banging guys. For a long time I just thought that it was part of anal and I would just have to learn to like it or something, that it was an acquired taste I just wasn't acquiring fast enough for my liking. But, anal sex isn't like stout beer, black licorice, or stinky cheeses - anal sex is sex and should be enjoyed for what it is, not what you think it should be.