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Keep It Clean 

Mistress Maeve

Dear Mistress Maeve,

I recently had a horribly embarrassing experience with anal sex. I'll spare you the gory details - let's just say, if cleanliness is next to godliness, I was dancing with the devil.

I know anal sex can get messy, but you must have some tips for avoiding unwelcome messes?

Signed,

Mrs. Clean

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Dear Mrs. Clean,

If you're going to do anal, you have to be prepared to get your hands dirty - but perhaps not literally.

Before anal play, have a bowel movement. Feces collect in the colon and only enter the rectum shortly before you feel the urge to go; so, as long as you have a movement before sex, you're most likely in the clear. For added cleanliness, take a shower and gently insert a soapy finger into your rectum and rinse completely - I suggest using a mild, organic soap on your most delicate of parts.

A good BM and a shower should do the trick, but if you still have that not-so-fresh feeling, you can opt for an enema of lukewarm water. If you're looking for something less invasive, try a few squirts of warm water from an ear syringe to clear the way.

And, as always, keep a container of baby wipes by the bed for those unwelcome messes, because you know what they say - "it" happens.

Squeaky clean,

MM

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Mistress Maeve

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Mistress Maeve wrote a weekly advice column on love and lust from September 2007 until January 2014.

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