My dude asked me to eat his asshole (whatever, why not, right?) but I want to make sure he’s absolutely 100% clean first. What’s a good soap to use on areas of the body that are sensitive but is also anti-bacterial?
Sarah: I appreciate your attitude on what I call the A-Rod special, if the rumors are true (and PLEASE GOD, GIVE ME THIS)! I guess this kind of depends on where your tongue is going. If I were you (and bless you, you loving, open-minded little minx) I’d keep that very much on the exterior only. The thing about our butts and bowels is we can carry some pretty intense pathogens around in our poop and you should be aware of that. Like, really, really, really bad stuff up in there, which we are protected by by mucus and our immune systems, which are build for, ya know, not putting our mouths near other people’s poop, no matter how microscopic. So yeah, you need to get that shit cleaned way up, pun intended, so I’d probably use something like Satin, which is highly recommended by piercers for aftercare. If it’s good enough for their holes, it’s probably gentle enough for his. Have fun!
Dr. Debby: Take your pick with soap; that’s a personal choice. But do make sure that you have been vaccinated, especially for Hepatitis A and B. Soap doesn’t get rid of viruses and when you start putting yourself into contact with fecal matter - even just a tiny bit - you want to make sure you are in good health and have the best defense mechanisms possible. Many people enjoy analingus (oral stimlation of a partner’s anus). It’s nothing to be ashamed of, but definitely something to let your healthcare provider know you’re into so that he or she can help you best protect yourself (in terms of vaccines for anything that could come from fecal exposure) and can be responsive to you should you have any symptoms at a later date. Most people enjoy analingus without any major issues. Good for you for being open to your partner’s desires and to making it a good experience for each of you.