Daily Archives: 20/12/2012

Part 4: So I asked SilverHubby about what we call the ‘anal kiss’ …

… which is not the same thing as rimming.

This follows on from last week’s ‘So I asked SilverHubby’ which was about how he experiences the difference between anal and vaginal sex.

Anyway, this is what he said about the ‘anal kiss’:-

I guess most people will assume that I am talking about rimming when I say ‘anal kiss’.  And while I do love to rim Silverdrop, that isn’t what I’m going to talk about here.

I know this is going to come as a great shock to our regular reader, who should probably sit down before he or she reads this, but we both love anal sex.  No, really, we do.  *gasp, shock, horror*  A few months ago, pretty much by accident, we discovered something new (for us) and, dare I say it, amazing about our anal play.

Our disabilities limit the number of positions we can have sex in, and we often ‘spoon’ when fucking anally or vaginally.  We have joked that I leak so much pre-cum that, so long as I went really slowly and carefully, we could probably do anal with just the natural lube my cock supplied.  This turned out to be true, although we still use syringe applied lube when we’re planning rough anal sex; but I digress (I do that a lot).  I had the head of my cock resting against SD’s anus, foreskin retracted (I’m uncut), rocking gently backwards and forwards while my pre-cum began lubricating her anus.  I had pushed just a little.  Not enough to penetrate her, but just enough to stretch the anal sphincter a little, when I realised something …

… I could feel the heat of her anus (there are a lot of blood vessels there) as well as the shape of it surrounding the tip of my cock.  It felt for all the world like she had drunk something hot then wrapped her lips around me.  It was absofuckinglutely incredible and we stayed in the position for a while after I told her what I could feel.

The feeling, sadly, doesn’t last for more than a minute or two, as the temperature difference  between the two surfaces soon evens out (physicists will be thinking about the principles of heat exchangers here).  But, while it lasts, it is amazing, and we have done it frequently since that first time.

Previous ‘So I asked SilverHubby’ posts here.