DOUCHE & DON’TS
Anal sex can get quite messy if you don’t douche before your play session (we’ll spare you the graphics). Doing it for the first time might feel intimidating, to help you along the way, we have come up with a little list of douche and don’ts.
The douche (nozzle) itself
There are many different kinds of douches and douche nozzles available at Mister B, made from either metal, plastic or silicone. You can easily attach them to a shower hose or the hose of a bidet, simply by screwing them on. Tip: douching can also be incorporated into your play session (oink, oink, oink squealed the piggy). Check out our line of douche nozzles with ridges and edges that make cleaning yourself a lot more pleasurable!
We recommend using a personal lubricant when inserting the douche nozzle into your anus for the first time. Do it slowly, without using force, to avoid ruptures or damages to your insides. Slow and steady wins the race! If you use a standard (short) douche nozzle, made from metal or plastic, we suggest you only put in 1/3 to 2/3 of the nozzle. This makes holding it easier as well and it feels less intrusive (we love that word).
Temperature and pressure
Make sure the temperature of the water is lukewarm or cold – burning your insides with hot water is not just unpleasant, but also very dangerous. 39/40 degrees Celsius is the absolute maximum temperature. Tip: let the water run over your fingers to feel the temperature. Make sure the pressure of the water is low – after all you don’t want your insides to be ripped apart! Test the temperature and the pressure of the water BEFORE you insert the douche hose!
How long do you let the water flow into you? That depends on the goal you want to achieve! For regular anal sex we recommend counting for seven seconds. Take the hose out and release the contents of your intestines. For this it might be handy to have a toilet next to your douche hose or shower. You repeat this process until the water that comes out of you is clear. If you are into fisting you will need a deeper cleaning session, which means letting the water flow for more seconds per round. Mind you: this whole process is not an exact science and varies per person. If you douche for the first time we recommend you take your time and don’t rush things. Try to take a poo before you start douching! It will save you some time!
One of the risks of douching is that you can end up with the opposite result of what you are actually trying to achieve. When you are done douching there could still be some residue water inside of you. Therefore, we recommend going to the toilet 20 to 30 minutes after you’ve finished douching. If you don’t do this, the residue water might come out during your play session. And trust us, it won’t be crystal clear. It’s a mood killer that is known for ending play sessions pretty quickly. Plus, it can feel quite embarrassing!
On the go
Douching on the go is also possible. We know people who use (plastic) Coke and beer bottles and even Red Bull cans filled with water at parties, but it’s not really effective and you might risk cutting your sphincter and bleeding all over the place (we got graphic there after all, didn’t we?). Mister B sells a cheap and beautiful little douche for when you are in a sex club or cruising bar, called the ‘InM disposable Anal Shower’. It fits in your pocket, you can refill it multiple times with water, and when you are done you can throw it away.
Did we miss any essential douching tips? We would love to hear them! Send us an email via firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure all our readers have a squeaky clean play session in the very near future. Thanks in advance!