The more I love and trust someone, the more likely I am to have an orgasm while with him—and the more likely I am to be okay with pushing society's "norms" with him. They do not imply any health status or behaviour on the part of the people in the photo. The survey backs this up: As women embrace sodomy, it may lose its taboo appeal for men. A male commenter puts it this way: Advertisement I should start with a confession:
Being safe will help you both feel more relaxed and make sex more enjoyable. Did I mention you should use a condom especially if you don't know your partner well? Remember that having unprotected anal sex puts you and your partner at higher risk of HIV and other STIs such as hepatitis A and shigella than other sexual activities. Many men also like having their prostate stimulated. I relied on data tables that reported how many women had done it at least once around 40 percent , in the last year around 20 percent , or in the last month around 7 percent. Some readers think my analysis was too transactional—women aren't doing it just to please men—but they agree that the orgasm precedes the act. For obvious reasons—anatomical, evolutionary, and aesthetic—anal sex should, on average, be less attractive and satisfying than vaginal or oral sex. So disinterested women dilute the orgasm rate for vaginal but not anal sex. Many are explicitly partnered; most are using full names. Why do they do it? A male commenter puts it this way: All of these posts are from women; I'm setting aside the 20 or 30 secondhand reports I've seen from men. The main things to consider are whether it feels right, and whether you and your partner are both sure. One commenter observes that anal sex is "a more drawn out experience, what with prep work. Deciding whether to have anal sex is a very personal thing. Is anal sex painful? Women who don't get orgasms from vaginal sex keep doing it, but women who don't get orgasms from anal sex stop, thereby reducing the anal-sex population to women who really get off on it. Again, anal sets a higher bar. Women who go for anal sex are into having anal sex. However, there are many blood vessels in and around the prostate and it can get bruised if handled roughly, so always treat it gently and use lots of lube. Nearly all women who reported anal intercourse in their last encounter said they engaged in other sex acts, too. Won't that be something. My experience with women I asked and were willing to try is that 5 women loved it, 1 was accepting but it didn't do anything for her, 3 disliked it. The survey backs this up: Since , the percentage of women aged who say they've tried anal sex has doubled to 40 percent. Of women who had anal sex in their last encounter, 31 percent said they also had "partnered masturbation" Table 4, pages
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