Gay Anal Sex: How To Bottom Without Pain Or Stains

Gay Anal Sex: How To Bottom Without Pain Or Stains

by Mike Miller
     
 
Does bottoming hurt too much? Do you worry about the hygiene factor? This is a step-by-step guide with a a "No Pain Contract" to getting intense pleasure out of bottoming. Find out...


• How to relax the two sphincter muscles, practically eliminating all pain.
• How to get yourself so clean you'll never have to worry about odors or leaving

Overview

Does bottoming hurt too much? Do you worry about the hygiene factor? This is a step-by-step guide with a a "No Pain Contract" to getting intense pleasure out of bottoming. Find out...


• How to relax the two sphincter muscles, practically eliminating all pain.
• How to get yourself so clean you'll never have to worry about odors or leaving a mess.
• How to stop the feeling that you're going to go on yourself when he's in you.
• A step-by-step guide to stretching your sphincter so you can take bigger guys.
• How to avoid your "S" curve to dramatically reduce the 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.
• 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.


Get answers to real questions from gay men who've written to me looking for answers (I've been writing a gay sex column for ten years). 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 d*ck 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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Editorial Reviews

grabhim.net - William Arnett, Editor, Grabhim.net
A must for anybody who wants to bottom but hasn't been able to.

The good:

1) The advice works--it's a clear, step-by-step achievable action plan
2) It's short. I didn't want a "complete guide" to anal health--I just wanted to bottom without pain.
3) It's hysterical. I found myself laughing out loud even as I was taking notes.

The Bad:

1) No diagrams. They would have helped.
2) No talk of HIV, though there is a section on condoms
William Arnett, Editor, Grabhim.net
A must for anybody who wants to bottom but hasn't been able to.

The good:

1) The advice works--it's a clear, step-by-step achievable action plan
2) It's short. I didn't want a "complete guide" to anal health--I just wanted to bottom without pain.
3) It's hysterical. I found myself laughing out loud even as I was taking notes.

The Bad:

1) No diagrams. They would have helped.
2) No talk of HIV, though there is a section on condoms
William Arnett, Editor, Gay Dating Success
A must for anybody who wants to bottom but hasn't been able to.

The good:

1) The advice works--it's a clear, step-by-step achievable action plan
2) It's short. I didn't want a "complete guide" to anal health--I just wanted to bottom without pain.
3) It's hysterical. I found myself laughing out loud even as I was taking notes.

The Bad:

1) No diagrams. They would have helped.
2) No talk of HIV, though there is a section on condoms

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013815742
Publisher:
Woodpecker Media
Publication date:
12/08/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
438,265
File size:
388 KB

Meet the Author

Mike Miller has been writing about gay sex for the last ten years through a syndicated column to the gay press.

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