Marie Claire (South Africa) - - SEX REPORT -

It’s more com­mon in men, but anal or­gasm is ab­so­lutely pos­si­ble for women, too. The anal re­gion is rich in plea­sure re­cep­tors, from the highly sen­si­tive ‘legs’ of the cli­toris (which reach down along the out­side of both labia to­wards the anus) to the G-spot, and the nerve end­ings anal stim­u­la­tion. A re­cent sur­vey of women who reg­u­larly in­dulged in anal sex found that 94% of them reached a mar­vel­lously in­tense anal or­gasm shud­der­ing across the gen­i­tal re­gion. How: ‘If you re­lax and em­brace the sen­sa­tions you are more likely to reach anal cli­max, so be com­fort­able where you are and who you are anus is one of our strong­est mus­cles, so re­lax­ing is not easy, but with prac­tice you can be­come a mas­ter. Take things slowly – be­cause the anus is the sec­ond most con­cen­trated area of nerve end­ings, sim­ply mas­sag­ing can be de­light­ful. You don’t need to be fully pen­e­trated to As the anus is not self-lu­bri­cat­ing, if you are pen­e­trat­ing it you will need plenty of thick, wa­ter-based lube. Rather than push­ing a toy – or a pe­nis – through the sphinc­ter, Betony rec­om­mends teas­ing a lubed

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