Avoiding Anal Sex Pain requires proper communication
All advice on sexual exploration starts with “you must communicate”. But no one addresses the struggles people have communicating aspects of their sexuality. People, or couples, struggle to communicate openly about the details of ordinary sex. It is not surprising that people have even greater inhibitions when it comes to discussing the “ins and outs” of anal sex.
Whenever we feel pain from other parts of our body (other than our ass) we can go into great detail to identify it, describe it and, thereby, deal with it. The sting from a paper cut is very different from overstretching our skin. Burns are different from friction burns. Muscular bruising, ligament damage or a torn muscle come with there own unique descriptions. However, when it comes to pain during anal sex feed back to the partners is so often limit to “Ouch @!@#!”, “What the F’ are you doing.” “Bastard, f’ing stop that!” This is not good communication.
Describing anal sex pain comes with a whole list of additional complication. Most people are at a complete lost when it comes to describing the pain they are experiencing during anal sex. So, because communication is vitally important we start by identifying the different sources of anal sex pain.
You cannot possibly expect to avoid pain if you don’t know, or understand the source of your pain. Here you will learn how to describe it. in detail. This will also giving it some perspective without going in to too much detail. For a lot more detail on the issue you can have a read of Anal Sex Problems.
Let’s see if we can improve the how to communicate the source of any pain from anal sex by identifying the different souses of pain.