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.
Time to get acquainted with this erogenous zone. Orgasms come in all different varieties. Yep, this actually exists.
Photo: Getty Images. Anal sex may seem taboo, but behind closed doors, plenty of women have tried it: According to a survey published in a issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicinemore than 1 in 3 women ages 19 to 44 has tried it at least once. Skip experimenting if you have hemorrhoids or are having digestive issues, and use plenty of lube.
If it feels good, anything goes! Cisgender men and people assigned male at birth have a prostateso in these cases a butt orgasm results from stimulating the prostate. You can stimulate the P-spot through the perineum, which is the runway of skin between the balls and the anus.
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.
Anal cancer is a disease in which cancer cells are present just inside or immediately outside the anus. Most cases of anal cancer are linked to human papillomavirus HPVa very common infection that can be passed on during sex. Most adults have had HPV infection.
There's no denying that butts are all the rage: From toning your glutes to admiring Kim Kardashian's bootybutt stuff is a hot topic. And the final frontier of this booty-mania? There's no doubt that anal sex still comes with a bit of albeit sexy taboo. Perhaps that's because stepping into the anal arena for the first time can be intimidating, to say the least.
According to a study published in Archives of Sexual Behaviorpeople in the United States seem to be having more anal sex today than they did in the past. In addition, the researchers learned that many women find anal sex enjoyable, while others find it painful or unpleasant and only agree to it due to some other factor. Common factors include feeling pressured by a sexual partner and wanting to avoid pregnancy, among others.
Community pharmacists: Underutilized resources in the HIV care team. Anal sex is a common practice among men who have sex with men, heterosexual men and women, and transgender individuals and is a known risk factor for HIV infection and transmission. Therefore, it is important that education on HIV prevention includes accurate information on the fluids that can transmit HIV through this type of sex. If one of these fluids is excluded from prevention messaging, it could lead a client to underestimate their risk of HIV transmission.