The art of seduction. Photo: iStock Source:Whimn. Daizha Morgann is as known for her racy social media presence as for her excellent octopus tattoo, which runs down her entire back down to her calves. Throughout her career, which started in exotic dancing and transitioned to porn, she's learned a great deal about the art of seduction—both on-screen and off. While sex on-screen may be scripted and largely choreographed, it should come as no surprise that a career in adult entertainment can provide someone with a lot of intel that can readily apply to our off-screen, real-life sex lives.
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Takeaway: Porn may be over-the-top, but anal pleasure is the real deal. Whether you love it, hate it, or haven't yet tried it, August is Anal Sex Month. Anal sex provides a completely different sensation than vaginal play and it's something that can be very pleasurable — if done correctly. Anne Hodder , ACS, a multi-certified sex and relationships educator, says a successful anal experience is most often the result of communication, relaxation, preparation, lubrication and at least initially gentle stimulation. Lube, by the way, is essential for anal sex. A lot of people lean toward silicone-based lubes here because they tend to last longer, but water or oil-based can work as well - just make sure that what you choose plays well with the material of the toy or condoms you may be incorporating into your play. Now that we have that out of the way, on to some tips to make anal play the pleasurable experience you're probably looking for.
What should someone exploring anal play for the first time try, or consider before diving in?
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Illustration by Lia Kantrowitz. Just a few decades ago , outside of queer circles, it was seen as a taboo act that only about a tenth of men and a quarter of women would cop to researchers to having tried at least once. Now, anal is a fixture of mainstream pop, not to mention porn, culture. In truth, not many hetero men or women try it, much less on the reg. CDC data shows about a third of hetero women have ever tried anal; the number who regularly engage in it is unclear, but likely much lower.