Anal Sex — Yes or No?
There are a lot of attitudes and myths about anal sex: Men want it more. It’s not pleasurable for her. Everyone’s doing it apart from you. It’s sinful. If he won’t, then I won’t. There’s no such thing as an anal orgasm.Only gay guys do anal. So on and so forth.
These sex myths are demonstrably untrue; all they do is expose the fact that people don’t talk about anal sex very much, because it’s still relatively taboo in mainstream conversation. But why should this be? As part of a loving relationship, or even as part of a brief and hot encounter, anal sex has a lot to offer. Not to mention, the relative taboo nature of anal is part of its appeal for many participants.
If you are thinking of going for it, there are a few tricky obstacles to overcome. First, how do you initiate anal sex when you want it, especially if your partner has never experienced it before and has an attitude towards it? Second, how do you make anal sex more pleasurable and enjoyable, if one or both parties has the idea that it’s going to be nothing but painful?