An*l Academy All About 🍑 | MtF FtM Transgender

Anal sex can be a whole new world to explore. Whether you're a trans woman who previously identified as straight or a trans man new to bottoming, anal play with a partner involves a learning curve.

At An*l Academy All About, we believe that with the right mindset and techniques, anal sex can be a profoundly intimate and validating experience for trans folks of all identities and orientations. However, diving into anal too fast can lead to pain, discomfort, and lackluster results.


Relax and Surrender

The key to maximizing pleasure is relaxation. Anal sphincters instinctively tighten up when stressed or anxious.

Learning to calm those muscles takes practice. Many find deep breathing, meditation, and yoga help get in the right relaxed yet aroused headspace.

For trans women in particular, anal sex involves surrendering control to your partner. Rather than clinging to dominance, allow yourself to submit to sensation and direction. This letting go can validate feminine identity during lovemaking.


Communication is Key

Speaking of partners, clear communication establishes trust and comfort. Be upfront about what feels good or doesn't. Give feedback on stroke speed, depth, and positions.

Request oral or manual warm-up beforehand. Say when you need more lube or a break. With a patient, caring partner you can explore your edges safely.


Lube Up and Loosen Up

Lubricant is absolutely essential, and more is better. Thicker gels or creams provide cushioning, while slippery silicones and oils maximize smooth glide. Always avoid oil-based lubes with latex condoms.

For extra comfort, injectable lubes literally squirt inside to coat internally. Fingering and toys help gradually relax and stretch the anus beforehand. Massaging around the rim loosens up outer sphincter muscles too.

Take insertion slowly; sudden deep thrusts can trigger tightness. Once inside, have your partner pause for you to adjust before stroking begins.


Douche With Care

While douching clears the bowels of excrement, research shows it can also wash away healthy intestinal flora if done excessively. Limit cleansing to occasional deeper play sessions.

Saline bulbs or hoses gently rinse the lower rectum. Remember your body naturally moves waste downwards, so no need to scrub vigorously. Repeat rinses until water runs clear.


Retrain Your Pleasure

For trans women, hormone therapy often shrinks the prostate gland, potentially reducing a male-typical anal pleasure zone. However, the anus still contains tons of sensitive nerve endings. With the right mindset, you can rewire your arousal responses.

Try receiving anal while avoiding penile stimulation, like with a chastity cage. This builds an association between backdoor penetration and excitement. Be patient while your body learns new erogenous zones.

Most importantly, enjoy the journey of discovering anal pleasures. With the right preparation and communication, this intimate act allows for a profound connection, both physical and emotional.

An*I Academy All About: Summary

In conclusion, anal sex can be a pleasurable and intimate experience for trans women and non-binary individuals, but it requires a mindset of relaxation, communication, and patience. 

By taking the time to properly prepare and communicate with your partner, you can maximize your pleasure and enjoy a validating experience. 

Remember to use lubricant, take insertion slowly, and avoid douching excessively. With the right approach, anal sex can be a fun and exciting addition to your sexual repertoire.