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How To Properly Clean Your Ass Before Anal Sex, As Told By A Porn Star

Anal sex is still somewhat taboo, but this foggy belief is dispersing, thankfully, because anal sex is the shit (OK, poor phrasing, I see that now — but expect more to come).

The most common reasons people have for either not having anal sex or not continuing to have it are that it hurts and it's disgusting.

Assuming this disgust is a product of the gruesome fact that poo comes from that area, I can certainly understand this sentiment, but rest assured, this can all be rectified (rectum-fied?) through a proper cleaning. No, a thorough wiping won't do the trick, unfortunately, this kind of thing is going to take a bit more work, but it's worth it, I assure you.

To consult on proper cleaning prior to anal intercourse, I spoke with the adult industry's biggest star, Joanna Angel, director and performer at BurningAngel.com (NSFW), to offer some tips on how porn stars clean themselves on set, because nobody wants to see fudgey mishaps on camera. Well, most of us don't, at least.

Since anal preperation has become an established process in the porn industry, combined with the fact that Angel has been in “probably about 300” anal sex scenes herself, there is no better authority to speak to on the subject than her. Well there might be, but porn stars are very sexually open and expressive people (plus, I'm a big fan of Joanna's), so I chose this route.

The Water Enema

“Well I don't [clean my ass] in the shower,” Angel begins, insisting the best way to clean your ass prior to anal sex is with a water enema “on a towel on the floor in the bathroom,” where she then proceeds to “empty [her]self into the toilet.”

How does a water enema work, exactly? A lot easier than you'd think, plus they're easy and safe to do at home. Starting at the drugstore, purchase yourself a standard water enema kit (which is usually more discretely named “hot water bottle and syringe kit”). This should include a hot water bottle, a hose, a plug and a rectal tip.

When you bring your kit home, fill the hot water bottle with water until it is roughly 90 percent full, which works out to roughly a liter to a liter and a half's worth of liquid.

Then, close the bottle with the plug, fasten the hose to the plug (making sure the clamp on the hose is closer toward the bottom and closed) and finally, attach the rectal tip to the bottom of the hose. You might (scratch that, definitely) want to coat the tip in some KY jelly to assist in insertion.

Now, head to the bathroom. Hang the hot water bottle (which should have a hook on it) on the showerhead. Then, lay down in the tub (for comfort, place a towel underneath you) and insert the rectal tip into your butt and open the clamp. If the water pressure is too strong, close the clamp, wait, re-open it and let the water work its way through you until the hot water bottle is empty.

When empty, the objective here is to keep the water in your body for as long as you can. Three to 15 minutes is great, but this all depends on how often you've done this. When the water is in your body, rotate to help coat the entire colon in water. Then, as Angel so eloquently described earlier: empty yourself into the toilet.

Then you're done! Or are you?


The Diet

“More important than the enema is the diet,” Angel insists. “Eating solid food with lots of fiber the day before/the day of anal sex is the ultimate key to success. I'll make myself smoothies with scoops of fiber in it (psyllium husks!) and well, yeah. Without giving too many gross details — it makes you all regular and stuff.”

Angel favors fibrous foods prior to anal sex and since she's the expert, we're totally on board. Other high fibrous food that will assist in this regard are prunes, popcorn, flaxseed (try on yogurts or salads), oatmeal, rice, spinach, beans and yogurt.

Though the downside to many fruits high in fiber is that they're also high in fructose (which causes gas), you can still indulge in some of the sweet stuff. When doing so, opt for high-fiber, lower-sugar fruits like kiwis and oranges.

Drinking lots of water helps too, as it helps your poo move more easily through the colon. So on the days leading up to anal, try your best to get those eight to 10 glasses of water a day.

So there you have it, sex havers. Anal sex is great, but it's especially great when it doesn't come with a side of poop dick. When you do want to indulge in anal sex, just make sure (to save both of you from embarrassment) that you heed the wise ways of Joanna Angel and clean your ass inside and out.

It's going to take a lot more than a loofah and some toilet paper.

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Bobby Box

Staff Writer

Bobby Box is a freelance writer and editor. He writes about sex and relationships and men’s lifestyle topics for publications and websites such as Bustle.com, AskMen, Playboy, Elle, MANdatory, Elite Daily, etc.
Bobby Box is a freelance writer and editor. He writes about sex and relationships and men’s lifestyle topics for publications and websites such as Bustle.com, AskMen, Playboy, Elle, MANdatory, Elite Daily, etc.

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