This may help you persuade your partner to give it a try
Anal sex is not a readily accepted sex practice even within the most trustful and long-term intimate relationships, there is still the stigma around it being for homosexuals only. There are a lot of people who won't even listen to reason to try this kind of forbidden play, and this choice should be respected anyway.
But there are also those who are hesitant to try and it leaves some anal sex lovers a hope to proselyte.
And that means... there is something you can do to persuade your better half to engage in the rear entry intercourse.
Raise the topic as though eventually.
Watching an adult movie or reading an article can bring the discussion around the attitude towards anal sex. It is important to make sure he or she won't be scared at the idea. You may ensure your partner that you will take care of safety and won't do anything to deter him or her from having sexual pleasure next time.
Make anal penetration a pleasant part $of the intercourse. Don't be pushy to start anal practice right at the beginning. Remember that candy thing should go first. Intimate massage or prolonged foreplay can become a staring point to proceed to a backdoor activity.
Does he or she enjoy oral sex or falls for role-playing? Indulge her deepest urges in the first place and you will be half-way towards your goal in persuading your partner to try anal sex.
Engage the nearby sensitive areas.
Keep in mind that the genital area is located close to anus, which means that one step towards anal pleasure lies through stimulation of pelvic zone. For women it will be outer labia, clitoris, the vaginal opening, and inner thighs and for men these are- scrotum, perineum and inner thighs. Caressing those sensitive zones with your fingers and mouth can greatly benefit to enjoyable anal intercourse. While your partner gets higher you can try to whisper in his ears your proposal and watch over the reaction.
Take things step by step
First of all, keep a water-based lubricant and condom. That will save you the trouble of worrying about safety and hygiene. Introduce a finger pre-lubricated into his or her anus and follow your partner's response. If it feels good, he or she will show you signs of pleasure: increased breathing, sighing and moving thighs closer to you - you are on the right way, if your partner turns away it's better to stop and leave it over until the next time.
Move on to something spicier
Once you see your partner is enjoying the process you may introduce something for a more intense stimulation. Try anal sex toys: anal probes, butt plugs, anal beads or anal vibrators. All of them were designed to make anal intercourse easier and more comfortable, that's why using them before you actually penetrate your partner with penis.
When you actually get to the point of having pleasant anal sex, it becomes a good base to experiment with other sex activities. But don't forget that if your partner didn't like the play, there is always a second chance to enjoy anal sex.