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During a recent dinner with friends, the PG conversation took an inevitable turn toward matters of a sexual nature — anal sex, in particular. I was not totally surprised though having surrounded myself with gay men for the past four years in college, anal sex seems pretty standard. Unfortunately, and somewhat mystifyingly, this survey did not track the prevalence of anal sex between male same-sex partners, but rather grouped anal and oral intercourse together, nor did it address anal sex at all between female same-sex partners. But the conversation I had with my friends shows there was still significant misinformation and lack of education regarding anal sex practices.
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14 Anal Sex Tips For Women, Because You Need To Prepare If You Want To Have Fun
What do Lady Gaga, platform sneakers, and anal sex have in common? And, to be fair, it can be kind of intimidating. To replace some of that confusion with clarity, read on for tips and tricks on how to prepare for anal sex that will make it as pleasurable, safe, clean, and orgasmic as possible. Second, it will help make the actual act more comfortable and enjoyable for you both. Are toys going to be involved? Are there other things you really want to try? What can be added—butt plugs, lube, condoms—to make your experience more comfortable?
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5 Tips I Wish I'd Known About How to Prepare for Anal Sex
Anal sex can seem like a big deal if you haven't really done butt stuff before. And like any other sex act, it's something that you should - in fact, must - prepare for if you want to do it. Preparation and communication are always key when it comes to trying new sex things. We know this, we're not stupid. If you want to be safe, sure and comfortable, follow these tips from sex expert, founder and CEO of b-Vibe Alicia Sinclair - because this is someone who really knows her way around an anus.
Emma Kaywin, a Brooklyn-based sexual health writer and activist, is here to calm your nerves and answer your questions. Q: My boyfriend has been talking to me about trying anal sex. I'm open to the idea, but I want to know more about it first. Like, do we need to use a condom if we're monogamous, or can I get infections if I don't? How can I make sure it doesn't hurt?