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Session Guide For the Assplay Novice (Part One)

Getting Prepared: Before Your Assplay Session

Before the first session in which assplay is a goal, I am often asked the question: “What do I need for my session?” This is a very good question, and one I am happy to answer, as I do like my back door boys to be ready for some “penetrating” action! Having the genuine affinity that I do, I give you these rules based on personal experience and first-hand reports of initial experiences.

Now, before you start any game, you need to know the rules…

Basic Rules For All Assplay Novices: Safety First!

1. Patience is a virtue. Do NOT try to rush yourself. Getting overzealous or in a big hurry can lead to disaster. You’re dealing with a very delicate area, and you need to treat it accordingly – especially when you are brand new to assplay, do not play often or wish to use a toy larger than that to which you are accustomed.

2. Slow and steady wins the race. Rushing as a newbie is a no-no, and it can lead to pain or injury.

3. This is a case where size absolutely matters – and small is good! Rome was not built in a day, and an inexperienced derriere needs to take baby steps. As with rushing, trying to force the use of something that is simply too big for your experience level can lead to injury from which it can take a considerable amount of time to heal. Keep the sex toys small in the beginning!

4. Listen to your body. While the new physical sensations you will experience with anal play can be quite delightful, they can initially be interpreted by your body -and then brain- as unusual, uncomfortable, and/or unnatural. Feeling what you perceive to be some SLIGHT discomfort is a common experience. However, anything you sense as pain is cause to STOP. If your body tells you something actually hurts, then you need to back off, slow down, take a break or, in some cases, stop completely. You need to listen to your body and learn from it as the various feelings become more familiar, and you better know what to expect.

5. There is no such thing as too much lube. Use it frequently and liberally. Be sure to have more than enough on standby.

6. Do not focus on the strength -or loss- of your erection while attending to your ass. It is not uncommon for the wind to leave the sails to a degree – sometimes even completely- during anal stimulation, but that is not cause for alarm. Should this concern you, I want -and expect- you to make me aware of this, and we will address this matter at the time your concern occurs.

Next Up: “What Do I Need To Have or Do Before My Assplay Session?”

3 comments to Session Guide For the Assplay Novice (Part One)

  • Excellent, informative post, Ms. Emma Jane! Your strokers and ass sluts should take note of this blog series.

    You’re very right. Safety is critical for ass play novices. Listening to your body is key, and having a knowledgeable Mistress like you at one’s side certainly doesn’t hurt either! I find it crucially important to discuss safety and comfort when I’m introducing ass play to my beginners.

  • Empress EmmaJane

    Thank you, Ms. Marlena! I am ALL about asses, and I don’t like to see novices ruin what can be an absolutely mind-blowing experience for them. I feel one’s introduction to assplay should be like fine dining, where you have multiple small courses you want to savor and fully appreciate to the fullest. You don’t sit down, inhale your appetizer, and then zoom straight for a dessert that you swallow in one bite. No. You take your time and make it last.

    I know some ass-sluts-to-be are simply not sure where to begin and exactly what to do or use, so I’m hoping they find these various steps to be helpful and relieve some of the initial jitters.

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