You may not have thought much about this topic … for many people, it’s hardly the most sensuous of subjects. But if you are considering anal sex … and if you are interested in exploring other forms of kinky anal play … you’ll need to know more about them.
Sol and I have given each other enemas for years. It was a health thing for us originally. We also found giving and receiving them from each other, surprisingly sensual. They made us feel clean and comfortable before anal sex. And of course, as we explored our kinky natures further, they presented lots of interesting opportunities for BDSM.
“An enema is the procedure of introducing liquids into the rectum and colon via the anus. The increasing volume of the liquid causes rapid expansion of the lower intestinal tract, often resulting in very uncomfortable bloating, cramping, powerful peristalsis, a feeling of extreme urgency and complete evacuation of the lower intestinal tract.
“Enemas can be carried out as treatment for medical conditions, such as constipation and encopresis, and as part of some alternative health therapies. They are also used to administer certain medical or recreational drugs.
How do kinksters use enemas? On the same page, under the sub heading “Recreational Usage”, Wiki notes:
“Enemas may be used as part of BDSM activities, or as a regular sexual activity for an individual or between partners. In many cities, enemas are available as a service from practitioners in the sex industry to cater to human sexual desires. Enemas can be pleasurable to either sex, and in males, enemas can stimulate the prostate gland.
“An enema may also be used prior to anal sex or anilingus in order to enhance the sensation of intercourse, or to remove feces prior to sex, possibly reducing bacterial transmission and risk of infection, or just to reduce the possibility of fecal material adhering to the genitals or sex toys used during the subsequent activity”
If you’d like to know more about enemas, have a look at this Alt sexuality - Enema FAQs page. They cover everything - what equipment you need, types of mixtures you can use, positions etc - in great detail. Another good page will guide you through your first enema.
You’ll find lots of interesting enema related products here at S(A)X. Most are listed on this page. I especially love the wonderful range of old fashioned enema syringes … you can see a photo of one at the top of this post!