Does Bottoming Hurt Too Much?
Are You Kind Of Grossed Out?
Then Learn How To Bottom Without Pain Or Stains.
You probably tried to bottom recently and it didn’t quite work out, did it?
You struggled to get it in but it hurt too much. At first there was a kind of an unbearable burning sensation mixed with a terrible pressure and then you stopped because of the pain. You tried to relax but you just couldn’t.
Or maybe you relaxed enough to get it all in but it felt weird, like you were going to take a dump on yourself.
There was little or no pleasure, a lot of pain and no sense of why so many guys like to bottom. So, you feel cheated. Everyone else seems to experience sexual ecstasy when they bottom but all you experience is pain and weirdness.
And the guys who want to top you (boyfriends, dates, or one nighters) aren’t helping. They kind of just say, “relax,” and try to shove it in. Or maybe they’re endlessly patient, but nothing works—it’s too painful or it doesn’t feel right.
You might also be struggling with the “ick factor.” A lot of guys are grossed out by anal sex. If you don’t know how to get clean down there, the smell and the potential to leave tire tracks behind you can put you off completely.
It could be that you’ve never even tried to bottom. Maybe you really, really want to do it but you’ve avoided it because you don’t know what to do or how to do it.
Well, you’re not alone. I’ve been writing gay sex advice columns for the last ten years and the most common questions I get are, “How do I bottom without pain?” “How can I get myself clean enough?” and “Why does gay sex hurt so much?”
How To Have Gay Anal Sex Without Any Pain
The rectum is not a straight tube. The pubo-rectal sling pulls the rectum in an “S” curve. The more pronounced the “S” curve the more pain you’ll experience with anal intercourse.
It may be that your “S” curve is more pronounced than say, your friend, the gay bottom who can swallow living room sectionals. If you knew which angle to insert your partner’s penis and how to insert it you’d avoid most of the pain.
And that’s exactly what my instant download ebook shows you how to do. Gay Anal Sex: How To Bottom Without Pain Or Stains, shows you how to work around your “S” curve. But before we get to that, there’s another thing you need to know:
Your sphincter has two muscle rings. The first is voluntary (you can squeeze them at will—it’s what stops you from taking a dump when you watch Jersey Shore). The second is involuntary (you can’t consciously control it—it’s why you can’t stop from taking a dump when you watch Jersey Shore).
It’s that second ring, the involuntary muscle (less than a quarter inch from the outer voluntary one) that causes most of the pain in male anal sex. If you can relax it you’re in for a great ride. If you can’t, you’ll punch your partner into the next room.
My ebook, How To Bottom, shows you how to “train” both the voluntary and involuntary sphincter muscles so that you can have pain-free anal intercourse. Think about it, you can eliminate ALL pain from anal sex with a plan so simple you can start it right now. All for $9.99. You can download it here. It’s a PDF so you don’t need an e-Reader like Kindle or iPad to read it.
How To Clean Your Butt
You can’t enjoy male anal intercourse when you’re worried about stains, smells, smudges or the odd erection-killing odor. The anticipatory embarrassment is enough to stop a lot of guys from even trying it.
If you don’t learn how to clean your ass you’ll never truly enjoy bottoming. Oh, sure, you can use douches or those shower shot contraptions, but that takes a lot of time and planning. Let’s face it, sex, especially if you’re single, doesn’t allow for that kind of scheduling all the time.
So, how to clean your anus? Let me give you a hint. Which do you think is easier to clean–bowel movements that pass through the anal canal without leaving any residue or bowel movements that look like Jackson Pollock aimed his ass at the canvas and yelled, “FIRE!”?
You see, it’s a lot easier to clean your butt when there’s hardly anything to clean.
There’s only one way to make sure your bowels pass through your poop deck without looking like they hosted a NASCAR event, and it’s all in my ebook, Gay Anal Sex: How To Bottom Without Pain Or Stains. Find out how to keep yourself so clean you’ll never have to worry about stains or smells. Download the ebook here.
Listen, $9.99 is a cheap price to pay for the ability to bottom without stains or odors. Plus, it comes with three bonus eReports: How To Last Longer In Bed, How To Properly Measure Your Penis, and Small Penis Sex Positions. Again, you can download it here. It’s a PDF file you can read or print right off your pc or mac.
How To Have Sex With A Condom
Don’t even think about bottoming without protection. If you are the passive partner in anal sex it’s not a matter of whether you will get infected with HIV, but when.
That’s why my ebook has a whole chapter on how to have sex with a condom. And there’s none of that crap about how much fun it is to have sex with them, either. Let’s face it, condoms suck, but not using them sucks even more. That’s why my ebook answers the most important questions:
- How to put a condom on.
- How to get used to them so you hardly notice them.
- How to choose the right one.
- How to help your partner put one on.
- How to insist your partner use one without turning him off.
Find Out How To Bottom Without Pain.
My eBook, Gay Anal Sex: How To Bottom Without Pain Or Stains, is a detailed, step-by-step plan to getting intense pleasure out of bottoming. Here’s a list of all the subjects I tackle:
- How to get yourself so clean you’ll never have to worry about odors or leaving a mess.
- Desensitization exercises to eliminate hygiene fears and put you in the right frame of mind.
- How to stop the feeling that you’re going to take a dump when he’s in you.
- How to avoid your “S” curve to dramatically reduce the pain.
- How to relax both sphincter muscles, practically eliminating all pain.
- Butt tightening exercises that’ll keep you tight and him happy.
- Why you should never use drugs to bottom when you first start out.
- How to get over the hang-up that “real men” don’t bottom.
- A step-by-step guide to stretching your sphincter so you can take bigger guys.
- How to pick the right adult toy for you.
- What to look for in a lube and make the best choice.
- What lubes to avoid.
- The proper way to use butt plugs, dildos and other toys.
Start bottoming without pain. Click here to order. It’s only $9.99.
Look At Just Some Of The Questions You’ll Get Answers To…
My eBook is full of real questions from gay men who’ve written to me looking for answers. Here are just a few examples:
“As I get better at bottoming, I find myself cruising for hung guys but I’m worried that I’m going to stretch myself permanently and do real damage. Will I end up wearing Depends if I keep banging big guys?”
“My dick goes soft when a guy tops me. Is that normal? Why do I lose my erection when it feels so good?”
“Does bottoming cause hemorrhoids?”
“Can you bottom if you’ve had hemorrhoids?”
“How can I change my identity as a gay bottom to being more versatile?”
“I’m a total gay bottom but I give off the impression that I’m a top, so everybody that goes home with me expects me to top them. How can I give off bottom energy to attract tops?”
“I want my sphincter in porn-quality shape—the pinkest pink possible. Is anal bleaching safe?”
“Is it true that bottoming causes anal cancer?”
“My partner usually orgasms before I do but I want him inside me until I come. Is it safe for him to stay inside me with his semen in the condom?”
“My rectum sometimes produces a clear fluid when I insert a finger or toy in it. What is it?”
“I’m in love with a guy but we’re both gay bottoms and he refuses to be in a relationship with another bottom. How do I get in touch with my inner top?”
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• This Book Will Electrify Your Sex Life!
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• Written By Gay Sex Columnist Mike Miller.
Gay Anal Sex: How To Bottom Without Pain Or Stains Also Has A Section For You Versatiles.
Sometimes you want to switch things up. This section of my ebook shows you how to top, which is actually a great way to improve your ability to bottom (you’ll see some of the logistical dilemmas from the other side).
Here are some of the subjects you’ll see in the “How To Top” section:
- How to drive gay bottoms wild in bed
- Thrusting patterns that heighten pleasure
- How to top a top
- How to get your boyfriend to bottom
- How tops can get HIV (we know how bottoms get it, but tops? Read the definitive answer)
- How to tactfully ask your partner if he’s clean down there
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