Discussion of the Day: I am a woman who can only orgasm from anal sex

It is incredibly humiliating to have to ask my partner for anal just so that I can get off but I don’t really know what I can do about it. It’s like my g-spot is somewhere completely different from everybody else’s.

The first time we tried anal and I came the moment he penetrated me. He was like “shit baby are you okay?” thinking he had hurt me and I was like “………..yes.”

I feel like less of a woman for not being able to cum vaginally when I can cum anally (and yes, I know most women can’t come from vaginal sex alone).

She gets many good replies:

I was with a girl for a while that seemed like she was this way. I don’t think it was the only way she ever got off, but she very definitely preferred it to vaginal. Before her, I always thought of anal as something that my partner and I might sometimes work up to during a session, but with this girl it was pretty common for us to skip vaginal entirely. I don’t think it’s something you should be humiliated about at all. If you’re into it (and you apparently are) and he’s into it, why not? Who cares?

You’d be surprised how close the vaginal wall is to the large intestine. It’s entirely plausible that either because of your position, shape/size of partners dick, or the vector of his thrust that feels most comfortable to him that it’s easier for him to hit your sweet spot from that doorway.

Unfortunately there are a few dumb myths spread in the thread as well:

Frequent anal sex can be very damaging in the long run. It can lead to anal incontinence and fissures in the wall between the vagina and anus by repeatedly putting undue pressure on the posterior membrane of the vagina. Also, tearing which is due to a lack of natural lubrication can increase the potential infection rate, and further the possibility of fissures. Lastly, frequent and vigorous anal sex can greatly increase the likelihood of a prolapse.

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