No matter what your gender is, the anus is part of your sexual apparatuses, and believe it or not, they are all the same. Male, Female, trans… it doesn’t matter who you are, you have a rectum; and it can bring you pleasure. We hear it all the time; are anal orgasms real? How can I get an anal orgasm? It might sound like this mythical thing, everyone knows you can achieve orgasm through vaginal sex and stimulating the penis… but it’s not as obvious when talking about anal stimulation. Of course, you can receive pleasure from anal play, but can you actually obtain an anal orgasm?!
We have a lot of experience in this area and consulted sexologist about it. Let us whip open the curtain and reveal this so called “anal orgasm” in all it’s entirety. We will explain in great detail what an anal orgasm is, and how to achieve it for both men and women. So read on, and don’t miss out on this incredible experience that comes with anal orgasms.
What is an Anal Orgasm:
Yes, anal orgasms are a real thing! Women can receive an anal orgasm from stimulating the anus which stimulates the erectile tissue in the lower part of the vagina and the G-spot. In men, vigorous perineal stimulation can be felt in two muscles around the anus entrance and the prostate.
For men, it is said an anal orgasm can be 33% more intense than a normal orgasm from stimulating the penis. Stimulation of the anus, and prostate can engage pelvic and pudendal nerves, which are related closely to the orgasmic response. In other words, you have tons of nerves in and around the anus and rectum. This is similar for women since the anus is nearly identical as men, just without the prostate stimulation.
The Science Behind the Anal Orgasm:
If you are really interested in how the anal orgasms works, it starts with the pudendal nerve. Stimulating the anus and rectum also stimulates the pudendal nerve, the main nerve of the perineum. It carries sensation from the external genitals, and the skin around the anus, on both men and women. It also supplies various motor skills for the pelvic muscles. Stimulating this is said to be the most central way to orgasm. This is because the pelvic nerve connects the cervix, uterus, and prostate to the brain. It has also been shown that the vagus nerve is another pathway for orgasm, but it is less understood.
How Can I get an Anal Orgasm?
Dual Stimulation for Anal Orgasms:
Although some women can orgasm solely from anal penetration and anal stimulation, it is more likely that a combination of stimulations will do the trick. Women have 3 main ways to achieve an orgasm. The first is through clitoral stimulation, which gives a powerful orgasm said to make the brain and skin tingle. The second is vaginal penetration, which is the most common orgasm it gives women a whole body, vaginal throbbing, orgasm. The last form of stimulation is through anal orgasms, which gives an extremely intense feeling of pleasure that stems from the core of your body.
Although all of these different types of orgasms can be achieved on their lonesome, most women reported through a blending of stimulation yields the best results. Either double penetration in vagina and anus, or anus with clitoral play. You have a lot of possibilities to explore and after experiencing them all, you will hone in your favorites and “go-to” positions. Don’t forget if you have a partner, it makes dual stimulation a lot easier, with either and extra hand or penis!
Use Anal Beads & Butt Plugs for Anal Orgasms:
It might be common sense, but you really should use a sex toy for anal orgasms. This is because you can keep your hands cleaner. Plus the vibration or “fullness” that anal beads and butt plugs provide cannot be experienced with one’s finger. Anal beads consist of round spheres attached to each other by a form of a string. As you insert these and remove these from the anus they provide the user pleasure. Lots, and lots of pleasure to be more specific.
Majority of the pleasure with anal beads come from being inserted and removed across two ringed sphincter muscles in your anus. This brings a serious amount of pleasure as each anal bead passes through this muscle. You can time removing and inserting these as you orgasm for ultimate pleasure.
Butt plugs are slightly different than anal beads. Butt plugs typically are a blub that stays in the rectum for up to a few hours. These help stimulate the anus during sex or masturbation and don’t even require a hand since the anus provides the “gripping” power to hold it in. As with any anal sex toy, make sure it has a “stopper” on one end. This should be larger than the bulb and prevent the anal sex toy from slipping all the way in.
Other Anal Sex Toys:
There are a variety of other sex toys that can be used for anal orgasms. These include dildos and vibrators. A lot of sex toys designed for g-spot simulation work well for p-spot stimulation as well.
The natural slight curve they have can be pointed up towards the prostate for easy stimulation. Don’t use any sex toys in your butt that don’t have a flared base or shape to prevent it from getting lost.
ceramics. You can use anti-bacterial soap and hot water to clean it, or boil it for a few minutes to completely remove any bacteria. Vibrators should be sprayed with a 10% bleach solution to clean after anal orgasms.
Anal Play Safety:
When trying to have an anal orgasm, a few things are very important to keep in mind. The first is use a lot of lube. I mean a lot! The anus does not have the natural lubrication that a vagina does, and you can feel discomfort, pain, or injury if not lubed and stretched properly.
If you are not used to anal play, start with something small. Either a slim dildo, small butt plug, anal beads, or your finger. Start small and when it feels easy and comfortable slowly make your way up in size. If something hurts, stop immediately.
Lastly, if you are trying to achieve anal orgasms with a partner, never mix and match your anal toys with your partner. Each body has bacteria specific to it, especially in the anus. So, do not transfer a sex toy that was in your butt, to your partners. If you absolutely must, put a condom on it each time.
Set the Mood for Anal Orgasms!
You have heard it from us before, and we will keep saying it because of it’s important. To achieve pleasure, the environment does not need to be ideal conditions. But to achieve multiple mind blowing, eye rolling orgasms, you need to feel most comfortable. The best way to set the mood for anal orgasm is really up to you. Whatever makes you relax the most is the most ideal. Make sure you have plenty of time, turn your phones off, lock the doors, dim the lights, a warm bath, a hot shower, or perhaps a yoga session. These are all just examples, but you get the picture. Relax the body, relax the mind to have a anal orgasm!
Your Trying to Hard!
Yes, believe it or not, trying to hard for an anal orgasm can totally ruin it. You don’t want to focus solely on getting an anal orgasm like it is the ultimate goal (even if it is). Just focus on relaxing and receiving the pleasure. If you try and try but don’t get an anal orgasm, its okay! Just continue enjoying the pleasure that anal play provides and eventually you will work your way up to it.
Don’t Forget Anal Sex for Anal Orgasms!
Of course, the ultimate penetrative act to bring yourself to anal orgasm can consist of anal sex. If you are receiving it, make sure your have plenty of lube, and prepare to be filled like never before. Either you or your partner can add clitoral stimulation to have a well-balanced orgasm. You can either have your partner penetrate vaginally while using an anal sex toy at the same time for double penetration too.
The best approach to anal sex for a anal orgasm is slow, controlled, and rhythmic. Make sure you are relaxed and have plenty of time for foreplay. An orgasm or two before anal sex can make it easier to achieve an anal orgasm. If you are worried your partner has too large of penis, start with small anal beads or butt plugs and work your way up to his size.
The most important aspect with your partner is communication. Make sure you are both on the same page. If you feel discomfort let them know, if you feel extreme pleasure, let them know. This communication will help develop your partner into fully understanding what makes you orgasm the easiest. Anal sex might be uncomfortable at first, but it should not be painful or cause any bleeding.
Anal Orgasm Wrap-Up:
In the end, you need to find what works for you to have an anal orgasm. A lot of tools and tricks to help are explained above, but ultimately you need to learn from experience with your own body. Become comfortable with anal masturbation before moving into it with a partner. Its important to pay attention to your body no matter how much you might want to have an anal orgasm.
If you haven’t tried anal stimulation, you’re in for a treat! Not everyone finds it incredible but it’s something you should experience and try for the sole purpose of so many individuals find extreme pleasure in it. However, not everyone is able to achieve an anal orgasm and some people will never be comfortable with butt play. But you will never know until you try!
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