#Anal Foreplay Tips for Beginners #transwoman, #transgender, #transsexual

But (BUTT! Ugh, sorry), if you want to experiment in that general area, here are some things to know about Base Camp 1, which consists of the stepping stones to anal sex: Fingers (...  Extronet/Translesian

#1 It's NOT Dirty!
Anal always get's the bad wrap, but understand first and foremost, that is not dirty or disgusting when it's happening between two consensual partners.

#2 It Shouldn't Hurt.
Anal sex is not for everybody, but for those consensual couple who wish to try it, it's important to use plenty of lube and understand that no matter what happens, it shouldn't hurt! Relax your muscles, breathe and use a lot of water-based lubricant.

#3 Take it Slow
In case you didn't know it, real sex isn't like a porno. Save the fast stuff for fantasy (or at least until the two of you are comfortable and fully prepared for something a little rougher

#4 Enjoy Additional Stimulation
If you're trying anal, you probably already know what else you like. Be it clitoral, nipple-centric or whatever kind of additional stimulation, it really adds something to the overall experience.

#5 Keep it Clean
Butt play can be a lot of fun, but remember that anything done with the anus should be cleaned before trying to enter the vagina. Going from one to the other can cause infections and nobody wants that!

#6 It's Okay Not to Like It
"Assuming you have a considerate lover who's invested in you feeling good, I think you'd know within the first five times whether you like it or not," says Kerner, explaining that this depends on a variety of factors. "I've encountered women who hated receiving oral sex initially but love it now, and it was because they were self-conscious. It depends on your levels of inhibition, your feelings about your partner, your feelings about your body. If all these things are good to go, and you just don't like the sensation, you'll know pretty fast." Bottom line, if you don't like this, don't keep doing it. Your partner will understand if they're respectful and loving.

#7 You're Perfect As You Are!
Don't think you need to wax down there or get something bleached, or whatever weird thing the pornos make ladies believe. If you're nervous about preparation, just make sure you've used the restroom and showered before engaging in anal.
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#Transwoman: #transsexual #transgender Survival Guide for Dressing

Keep the Right Perspective as You Grow

I spent almost twenty years living the life of a part-time transgender girl. Some of my best memories are from those times.

Nearly all new gals are understandably enamored with improving the
Looking portion of their feminine expression. Let’s face it: vanity is a byproduct of being a chick. *Smile* 
However, I strongly advise you strive to maintain balance amongst time you dedicate to Living and Loving as a transgender woman, as well.

These three fundamental L’s form the basis for your happiness now - and in the future. No
L is any more important than the other on this three legged stool that creates transgender happiness.

Just remember: the goal is not really about understanding these desires, learning to look more feminine - or even
becoming a lovely woman.

It’s much simpler. It’s about embracing joy and happiness - each and ever day of your life - no matter where you find it.