Always Keep This In Mind When You're In The Mood For Anal Action

Always Keep This In Mind When You’re In The Mood For Anal Action

While browsing my inbox the other day, I received a message from AG who shares that he’s still finding it rather tricky to convince his fiancé to have anal sex with him when things got hot in the bedroom.

AG adds that he’s pretty much done everything in the hopes of making his partner say yes for some backdoor action, but he still hasn’t got the go signal until now. And he’s already feeling quite upset that he won’t be able to do so no matter how hard he tried.

Perhaps this tip that I’ve learned during my extensive research into the female sexuality can help you boost your chances of pulling the whole thing off. Make sure you follow along to find out more…

If you’re anything like most men, chances are anal sex is one of the things that are in your lovemaking checklist. Besides the promise of experiencing new sensations that you haven’t felt during sex before, having the chance to try it in bed also makes you feel really manly.

But the thing is unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly believe, making your wife, girlfriend or lover say yes to get the action going in the backdoor is more than just making a beeline to her anus so you can sexually penetrate it as soon as you get the chance.

Like what you usually see in porn movies.

See, now while anal sex may be already accepted as an alternative form of lovemaking these days, most women still think of it as something that is taboo. It isn’t uncommon that your wife, girlfriend, lover or in this case, AG’s fiancé, may share the same mindset.

It is possible that she is hesitant to give anal sex a go in bed because she thinks that it will feel awkward or perhaps very uncomfortable.

Now here’s the tip I was telling you about earlier…

I learned during my extensive research into the female sexuality that one of the best ways to get her to have a change of heart about anal sex is including her anus in your list of erogenous zones to show some love during foreplay.

A lot of men tend to think that the breasts, clitoris and vulva are the only erogenous zones that can be pleasured in the female body. (Interestingly, there are some lesser known erogenous zones that you should check out here.)

Sure this sounds rather surprising right now, but you won’t make her feel how pleasurable it is to have her anus stimulated unless you do this. You can start by gently caressing it or perhaps giving it a few teasing kisses from time to time.

You will be surprised with how much she’ll be more open to anal stimulation when you keep on doing this, which gets you closer to finally hitting the jackpot sooner or later.


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