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By Jordan Lunasco

A simple guide to anal douching.

“Man I just shitted on ‘em.” – Nicki Minaj

One of the biggest fears when engaging in anal sex is the first lyrics sung in Nicki Minaj’s “Did It On’em”. To help alleviate this fear, take advantage of anal douching.

What is an anal douche?

An anal douche is a car wash for your rectum. It is a tool for removing any fecal bits. The liquid gently flows from the anal douche into the lower rectum, which stimulates bowel movement for optimal cleanliness. Douching is not a requirement for buttplay, but it makes you more confident about anal.

Give yourself an hour or two before anal to douche.

Find Your Type

There are several different types of douches. Find which one suits you best.

Bulb Style

A bulb-style douche is made from silicone or rubber with a nozzle. It comes in different lengths and styles, giving you full control of your douching process.

Shower Kit

From the home pipes straight to your rectum, the shower kit allows you to assemble a douche directly to your shower hose. Be careful to not let the water get too hot.

Water Bag

This douche has a bag of liquid that is hung at a raised place. Gravity pulls the liquid down from the bag into a pipe that goes into your rectum. It can carry many liters, so you do not have to refill it as often as a bulb douche.

Disposable Douches

Similar to the bulb, these tend to be smaller and more compact. They can be packed in your luggage for on-the-go cleaning. These disposables are good to have on hand for that weekend getaway with your favorite person.


The bidet is great if you are looking for a quick clean. It rinses the outside of the rectum, so if you are in a quick pinch and need a quick clean, the bidet is for you.

Quick Guide to Anal Douching

Step 1: Prepare for the douche

Familiarize yourself with the douche and with your body. Find somewhere in your home to do it — typically the bathroom.

Step 2: Lube it up

Ensure the douche is clean and fill the bulb with lukewarm water or saline only. Apply a generous amount of lube to the nozzle and your rectum.

Step 3: Get comfy

Find a comfortable position. Whether you are on all fours or laying on your side, find a position that works best for you.

Step 4: Clean it out

Insert the nozzle and start cleaning. This process should not be painful. Repeat to your liking or until the water runs clear.

Step 5: Clean that douche

Clean the douche when you’re done. Mild soap and water will get the job done. Let it air dry.

Douche it up and go play with your mind at ease.