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Have any of you men tried KY Intense in your anus????????
  • I'm curious. Have any of you guys tried KY Intense in your ass? They advertise it to enhance the female sexual experience and I wondered if it had any pleasant effect during a man's anal play. Please share your experiences.
  • hulahula
    Posts: 234
    Is that the one that has some kind of warming in it? I use KY Intrigue, which works great in combination with glycerin.
  • I think they also make a warming liquid, but the one I am refering to is advertised to "enhance the female experience" Don't know if it warms, tingles, or what. I was just wondering if anyone had tried it in their anal play and what sensations it caused in your ass.
  • When my partner and I tried it we were not pleased with the results. We used it one evening, around 7 pm. It did provide a bit of warmth, etc. The negative was that when we were having sex before going to sleep my butt felt "raw" and "burned", therefore, our session was cut short. The next morning was still painful. I wasn't able to have comfortable intercourse for some 48 hours. He experienced an annoying burning sensation covering his entire dick for a couple of days, too.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,091
    As I've mentioned in the past, IMO warming lubes are not suitable for anal play. As arkfarmbear experience confirms, these preparations can cause true irritation in otherwise healthy men. And if you have a preexisting condition in this area (ie. hemorrhoids) this stuff can be downright dangerous. Besides that the heating aspect can actually be desensitizing to the prostate, which is not what you're after. These products were originally intended for vaginal play and intercourse (and are probably of limited value there as well).

    BF Mayfield
  • Let me just amplify B Mayfield's post. What is it that creates the warmth? CHEMICALS! Yikes.

    Keep you bodies pure, brothers. Use natural lubricants or those which are certified for anal use. Please, do not use unendorsed CHEMICALS in or on your body.

  • If my memory is correct the chemical that creates the warmth is capsaicin, i.e., chili powder. I've used a product named Zostrix for arthritis pain. It contains capsaicin and one of the warnings is that it will irritate and cause pain if it comes into contact with mucous membranes. 'Nuff said.