Period tell you everything you need to know about tongue-to-butthole sex. Talk it out with your partner. Sinclair says that springing anal play on someone is an especially bad idea because your anal muscles can tense up. You really gotta warm your way into it. Test it out yourself.
The term refers to anal foreplay with the tongue — specifically licking, penetrating, sucking, kissing, or otherwise orally stimulating your partner's anus. People of all genders and sexual orientations have been engaging in anal play for centuries. We know this thanks to the saucy pictures depicted on Ancient Greek pottery dating back to BC. But is rimming safe and does it come with any health risks? We speak to psychosexual and relationship counsellor Carolyn Cowan and GP trainee Dr Elizabeth Dapre about what a rim job is, safety tips and how to enjoy anal play responsibly:. Rimming, also known as anilingus, is part of anal pleasure. Although it's an enjoyable foreplay experience, those who engage in rimming are unlikely to climax from it alone.
Asking for a Friend: Is Anilingus Safe…and, Like, Sanitary?
Anal play is all the rage at the moment. Everyone is talking about butt stuff —and no, we're not just referring to anal sex. With people trying everything from anal toys to pegging , there are no limits in this game, friend. For those curious about expanding their anal repertoire, might we suggest the rim job? Rimming—also known as analingus, tossing salad, ass eating, peach munching, eating the booty like groceries, etc.
We asked three experts for all the precautions you should take before mouth-to-butt contact happens. Have a question about sex or sexual health? Send it to sexQs buzzfeed. Q: I have a partner who is infinitely giving in the sack. He rocks my socks off.