8 Things To Know About Pegging

When it comes to getting it on, there are lots of sexy things you can do that don’t include penetration. There’s a lot more to it than just sticking the P in the V. There is oral sex, fingering, stuff involving toys, boob things, and endless foreplay options. There are also a surprising number of things that you can do with a butt during sex. There may be a few things you should never do with your b-hole, but there are plenty of other options to keep you, erm, satisfied. Think anal sex (duh), anal fingering, butt plugs, and analingus, aka eating ass. If you want to combine some butt stuff with sex toys, there’s pegging.

Pegging is sometimes called reverse anal sex because it is usually where the girl uses a strap-on to perform anal sex on a dude. Of course if you’re doing it with your GF, the whole “reverse anal sex” name won’t really work, hence why we also have the name pegging. There are obvs other random nicknames, but pegging seems to be the name of choice for 2016 so I’m going with it.

You’ve probably heard about 1,000 ways to give a good BJ, but butt stuff can still be a bit of a ~mystery~ to many of us, esp if you’ve never tried anything before. If you’re curious about pegging, you’ve come to the right place. Here are eight things to know about pegging.


A Whole New Feeling

When you're on top, on the bottom, or on your side, you probably feel freaking amazing when you're having sex. If you've never penetrated anyone with a dildo or strap-on before, it will give you a whole new kind of feelz. Obviously, it is going to be a great experience for your partner, but pleasuring your SO in a new way will also make you feel pretty damn good.

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Start Small

There's no need to grab that strap-on and, erm, dive right into things. If you and your partner are considering pegging, try some other butt stuff first to, ahem, get the feel of things. Start off with some non-penetrative stuff first. Then work in your mouth or fingers, then some toys.

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Lube, Lube, Lube

A lot of the same general guidelines about anal sex apply to pegging. Whatever you do, don't forget the lube. And don't scrimp on it, either. You want your partner to be as comfortable as possible. If you've done anal before, remember what it was like for you. If it takes an entire vat of lube, use it.

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Pick The Right Toy

Whether you use a strap-on or just a dildo, choose wisely. If you and your partner are both new to pegging, start off smaller. Go bigger later. It's not the wisest move to grab the fattest, longest dildo right off the bat. Choose your average dildo then you can figure out what you and your SO like from there. Vibrators, rings, and all that stuff can wait for now.

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Sensitive Subject Matter

Pegging can sometimes be a touchy subject, particularly if you're performing it on a guy. It can make them feel more vulnerable, especially if they're used to being the dominant one in the situation between the sheets. There can also be a stigma attached to it. Some people relate enjoying pegging with being gay. If you're bringing up the subject with your partner, just be aware that it could go into sensitive or rocky territory.

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Communication Is Key

Pegging is not really one of those things that you bring up when you're both naked and have your limbs twisted around each other. If you're both newbies, it takes some planning beforehand to get all of the necessary stuff. And when you're actually in the act, make sure you and your SO are communicating. If you're worried about hurting your partner, or you're not sure if they're enjoying something, speak up. Encourage them to do the same.

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Play With Positions

Do you have vaginal or oral sex in the same position every single time? Switch things up when it comes to pegging, too. Have your partner lay on his/her stomach or back, and experiment with different angles. If you're feeling creative, you can even involve some furniture.

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Clean Up

As with all butt stuff, there should be some pre- and post-clean up. You can even jump in the shower together and make it part of foreplay. When you're done, repeat the process, and remember to give your toys a thoroughly cleaning. Also, be careful about cross-contamination. Don't put anything that's been up someone's butt in a mouth or vag.

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What do you think about pegging? Let us know in the comments!

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