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The Sexperts: Put the “Ting” Back in Fisting

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By The Sexperts

 

The Sexperts have received some questions about fisting recently, so we hope to answer all your provocative questions on the taboo topic. Whether it is vaginal or anal, fisting can be a scary thought for newcomers, but exhilarating for those who experience it. Therefore, I have some guidelines that will make fisting enjoyable and, keyword, safe.

First, indulge in some foreplay with your partner. Massages for both are wonderful because you both must be relaxed for this to go smoothly. Foreplay should also include some gentle touching. Do not think for a second that you can just start by punching your way in there! This is a delicate process with very delicate tissues that are dangerous to tear. Also, if you are participating in anal fisting, performing an enema should precede this step. Enema kits can be found at most drug stores and are fairly cheap.

Next, buy lube in stock because you are going to need A LOT of it. There is a common saying when it comes to fisting, that when you think you’re using enough, use some more. There are many water-based and silicon-base lubes on the market, yet one of the favorites tends to be Crisco or other vegetable shortenings.

This is the time that you’ve all been waiting for: going in elbow-deep…or maybe not. First, I recommend wearing gloves, as it is important not to tear or scratch any of the tissues in the vagina or anus, and it also prevents the spread of STDs/STIs if the penetrator has an open wound on their hand. Also, what every lesbian knows to be the cardinal rule, is to trim your fingernails.

The whole act is a slow process and should not be rushed, so take your time and enjoy the ride. LUBE. Then once everything is relaxed and loosened up, you can turn up the heat a little and with your hand form what is commonly called the “silent duck” because it should look somewhat like a duck’s bill. LUBE. Slowly and gently insert the hand in. LUBE. You’ll find that once you are past the knuckles, the hard part *wink wink* is out of the way. LUBE. Although, if you’re doing it right, something else that’s hard should be popping up right about then.

The important thing with fisting, and any sexual act, is communication. If at any point the penetrated feels pain, or a good deal of discomfort, or wants to stop, shut things down. Make sure you keep an ear out for your safety word. Fisting should not be painful, and if it is, stop and slowly remove your hand. If there is bleeding, go to the hospital immediately. However, if you use copious amounts of lube and listen to your partner, this should never be a problem. Have fun, but remember to be safe and stock up on Crisco.

 

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