As a gay guy, there will probably come a time when a straight guy asks, confused, why you'd let another guy stick his dick in your bum. For anyone inexperienced in arseplay, getting fucked can sound painful and it's hard to imagine how it could be pleasurable at all. Those of you having a good time bending over for some D will know how it can get you harder than ever and have you shooting cum like crazy.
Full disclosure: I have had anal sex before, and I hated it. Clearly, I wasn't doing it right. You shouldn't just be a receptacle for someone else's good time.
Ah, anal sex. Some would like to ignore that it exists or that people actually do it, while others who chance upon seeking it out, end up either loving it or hating it entirely. But trust us there may very well be a pot of gold waiting for you at the end of it all if you tried seeking it out.
It is simultaneously one of the most common fantasies people have, and one of the most common sexual encounters to go wrong. What is anal sex? Need some background reading?
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One of the most popular sex positions has long been a taboo topic. We tapped an expert to get the bottom of anal sex so you can too! There's nothing like having a Sex and the City -esque chat with your friends to make you feel ahead or behind the sexual curve, particularly when that curve is the butt.
As I walked into NYC's Museum of Sex, somewhat hesitant boyfriend in tow, to learn how to have anal sex from an expert, I knew I'd be getting more intimate with the idea of anal than I ever had before. The event, an Anal Sex class, was hosted by Alicia Sinclair, Founder and CEO of b-Vibea company that makes premium, certified body-safe, healthy anal play products. The class was actually a product demonstration and training for Museum of Sex employees, who were going to start selling some of b-Vibe's new products, but some press like yours truly were invited to sit in and learn all about the literal ins-and-outs of butt stuff.
Science is currently trying to figure out why so-called prostate orgasms feel so intense—but, frankly, the why is unimportant. So, I talked with Sex and Relationships coach Dr. Charlie Glickman, PhD, who literally wrote the book on prostate pleasure to explain just how to enjoy this under-appreciated erogenous zone. Glickman's first point?
The emotional overture I feel before boarding a roller coaster is about the same as I feel right before embarking on anal sex : excitement, followed by mild hesitation and nervousness. The thing about every single roller roaster ride I've been on so far is that I've loved them all. No matter how many butterflies are tap-dancing on the bottom of my stomach as the ride lurches up a steep hill, the thrill I feel at the end of the ride is always worth it.
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