Fisting Beginner’s Guide – All You Need to Know About Fisting

fisting beginners guide

Is Fisting for me or should it stay only in adult movies?

A nontrivial sexual activity like fisting raises many questions among those who have never tried it in sex. Here, we tried to answer the most common questions about fisting.

It’s important to say that this is a controversial issue that has many opposite opinions about it. Fisting might cause injuries and health issues if not practiced right, so you need to take many things onto consideration before deciding to begin practicing it with your partner.
After all that been said, we’ll try to give you as much information as possible, to make it easier for you to make a decision.

Fisting – is it pleasant or painful?

Like most sexual activities, fisting is supposed to give sexual partners only pleasant sensations. However, the first few times you may feel discomfort (especially anal fisting), but afterwards it should disappear, provided that you do it right and use a sufficient amount of lubricant.

Do people who practice fisting really enjoy it?

Of course, they are pleased both physically and psychologically. If we talk about the physical side of the question, many people like the feeling of fullness in the vagina or rectum. During anal fisting, muscles of the rectum begin to shrink, causing spasms, leading to the phenomenon of “anal orgasm.” In addition, during fisting, the active partner may additionally massage the internal organs – the cervix or prostate, which also give pleasant feelings to the partner.

From a psychological point of view, too, fisting brings pleasure to both partners. On the one hand, we have the unconditional trust between partners and the abandonment of any control over it, and on the other – the ability to deliver your loved one enjoyment and to have full responsibility for the process and the partner.

Can sexually transmitted diseases be transmitted through fisting?

This is unlikely, but theoretically possible. For example, if your hand is infected by vaginal secretions or blood, and you will touch the partner’s anus or vagina, the infection can get into their body through micro cracks (small tears) on these organs. Also, there is possible contamination through cuts in a hand and the bodily fluids hit your partner. Although contracting STDs through fisting is very difficult, use a latex glove and do not touch the vagina after your hand has visited the anus, or your partner runs the risk of urinary tract infection. Most hygienic options include special accessories for fisting from safe and easily washable materials. You can never be too cautious when it comes to your hygiene and health of your partner!

Is fisting harmful to your health? Can anyone practice fisting?

If you do everything correctly, fisting is not a health hazard. However, restrictions on fisting are still there. First, is the loss of elasticity of the vagina as a result of menopause or for any other reason. Secondly, fisting contraindicated in women who underwent hysterectomy (surgical removal of uterus or other female organs). Also, fisting is not recommended for male transsexuals, who made a sex change operation, and those who have surgically created vagina. Vagina that was created in a surgical intervention is much less elastic than most women, and that’s why its walls are very easy to damage. Another thing to pay attention to is the partner’s fingernails – they need to be extremely short and rounded!!! Otherwise, they might cause bleeding in very sensitive areas of your body.

During fisting, the vagina is strongly stretched. Is it harmful to a woman?

It might be harmful and if you are practicing fisting very often, it might cause your vaginal muscles to stay loose and stretched too much and the only way for you to be stimulated, is to practice fisting time after time.

The vaginal muscles are stretching during childbirth in a natural way, and afterwards return to their original form, so the presence of hands should not make a woman feel uncomfortable. If the partner is hurt, then something went wrong: either too little lubes, stimulation was too fast paced, or hand entered in the wrong angle.

In any case, if you feel strong discomfort or pain or experience bleeding, tell your partner to stop right away. Your body is telling you that it had enough.

After fisting, you are experiencing a burning sensation during urination. Is it normal or should you see a doctor?

After fisting, genital microcracks might appear (small tears). Getting on them, urine can cause a burning sensation. If this phenomenon is observed for a short time, do not worry. If a burning sensation lasts for several days and is accompanied by pain or discharge, you urgently need to consult a doctor.

What is better to use as lubricant for fisting? Can I use Vaseline?

If you use a latex glove, you need a lubricant that is water/silicone based. The second option is preferable, since the silicone lubricant ensures a longer slide and does not dry out. You can also use oil-based lubricants, but in this case you will need polyurethane gloves and not latex ones. However, Vaseline fisting will not work: it sticks to the walls of the vagina and rectum, thus contributing to the growth of bacteria.

A word of conclusion

If you have doubts whether to try fisting and how pleasant sensations will be, we recommend starting with a dildo or anal plugs slightly larger than you would normally use. They certainly will not replace toys for fisting, but will give you a pretty good understanding about what large size toys you’re able to handle. Good luck and whatever decision you make, don’t go against your will only to fulfill someone’s dark fantasies. Do only what you feel comfortable enough and pay close attention to everything your body is trying to tell you!

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