Skip navigation! Backdoor entry is a deal-breaker for many women — a no-way, no-how, entirely off-limits scenario. Still, more than a third of women For some women, like me, anal sex can be a mind-blowing addition to the bedroom.
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The most common objections I hear from men and women are:. Some Ancient texts claim that anal penetration can disturb the balance of vital forces in the body, weaken the sphincter muscles producing loss of energy. From my own experiences I believe when a person is in an aroused state, what may ordinarily appear repulsive can become pleasurable during such a state. The deeper he went, the more pleasure I felt. What most people are not aware of, are some of the more delightful options available from proper anal stimulation.
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Despite increasing pop culture coverage, anal sex is still heavily stigmatized. While this might be true for some women, assuming it goes for all women is completely unfair. Woman A: It honestly does hurt, be prepared, and use lots of lube if you want an easier time. Woman B: At times, it can be uncomfortable, but I don't recall that it ever really hurt. I've had partners who are very attentive and listen to my needs, so I've never experienced pain.
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-Vibe , a 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.