This taboo might be one of the biggest ones. So exposing. So humiliating. Penetrating the one orifice of exiting habits… Or so we might think. And yet the thought is so exciting, scary, confusing. The thought of anal sex has always been an exciting one, yet I shrunk away from it, thinking it to be not me, not what I wanted, not clean enough… Until I was introduced to the pleasures therein, the most intimate space anyone could enter, a form of surrender yet unknown.
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Do men like anal sex over vaginal sex? - guyQ by AskMen
Anal sex or anal intercourse is a form of human sexual behavior. It is a form of sexual intercourse considered to be particularly risky, for a number of reasons related to the vulnerability of the tissues and the septic nature of the anus. Such relations have been documented in a wide range of cultures, from earliest times. Where they involved two males, they have also been controversial and sometimes condemned since antiquity. Anal sex is encountered among people of all sexual identities and orientations. While it is reported more frequently among male couples , in absolute numbers more heterosexual couples have anal sex. In several cultures female receptive anal intercourse in a heterosexual context is widely accepted, especially as there is very low risk of unwanted pregnancy via unprotected anal intercourse though this is not an absolute guarantee, since semen can leak from the anus, across the perineum , and enter the vagina.
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