This Infographic Answers an Age-Old Question: How Do You Properly ‘Clean Up’ Before Butt Sex?

This Infographic Answers an Age-Old Question: How Do You Properly ‘Clean Up’ Before Butt Sex?

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A lot of gay men have the same rather awkward question: How do I ‘clean up’ before butt sex? To douche or not to douche, that is the question.

Well, artist Blindjaw has created an infographic to answer that age-old question, featuring a cute little bear getting ready for the dirty (or not so dirty) deed.

The infographic begins with dissecting the four types of douching methods: bulb, shower, water bag and enema.

These definitions come from The Big Gay Review, a helpful sex toy site created by and for gay men.

Bulb Douche

“These are probably the most common type of Douche, and probably the cheapest and easiest to use. They are normally 2-piece kits — a squeezable bulb (usually made from rubber or silicone) into which you insert a nozzle. You fill the bulb with warm water and then insert into the anus, and squeeze the bulb to allow the water to enter.”

Shower Douche

“A shower douche will typically be a kit that will allow you to connect it to your existing shower or bathtub mixer tap. Some can be permanently attached, others can be attached ad hoc (when you need it). The good thing about this type of douche is that you get a consistent flow rate. There’s no possibility for what I call ‘suck back’  — and you can get a deeper clean because you have more pressure coming out.”

Water Bag Douches

“These essentially combine the best bits of the bulb and shower douche. The basic concept is a bag (or sometimes a hot water bottle) that is filled with water and then held high on a hook (it actually works in a similar way to the Hydrodouche). There is a long tube attached to the bag, which then has the nozzle. They will almost always come with an adapter to help adjust the flow of water, and as these aren’t permanently hooked up to the shower, this means it can easily be folded away and taken with you, meaning you can indulge in anal play whenever and wherever you are.”

Enema

The fourth type of douche featured in the infographic is the enema, the most common being made by Fleet, a brand sold at your local pharmacy.

Check out the infographic teaching gay men about how to douche before butt sex here:

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This story was originally published on July 31, 2017

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