Common Myths about Buttholes

A lot of people have their hang ups when it comes to anal sex because of false ideas that they hear about it.  A lot of the rumors that we hear about anal sex and why it is bad are completely untrue, or not researched thoroughly.

Common Myths about Buttholes

Buttholes are dirty.
Since we were younger we’ve been taught that buttholes are dirty and should not be tampered with.  The only concern you should have with anal sex is not to go directly from the butthole to the vagina without cleansing your penis or toy.  The butthole generally is as clean as any other part of you but has certain bacteria that should not be exposed to any other part of your body.

Butthole pleasure hurts.
At first anal sex can be painful, however it is not as painful as it may sound.  Ultimately anal sex shouldn’t be painful at all if it is done correctly.  The keys to successful butthole penetration are relaxation and lubrication.  The butthole is something that can stretch to allow the entrance of something as small as a finger to a very large penis.  It may take some time getting used to, but anal sex ultimately doesn’t hurt.

Butthole sex is dangerous to your health.
Butthole sex alone is not dangerous to your health.  Any form of sex can be dangerous to your health if not protected correctly.  Always use a lubricated condom if you do not know the sexually transmitted disease status of your partner.  After all the precautions have been acknowledged, remember that butthole pleasure has been proven to improve your overall anal health and does not cause any harm to your anus or rectum.

Sex in your butthole is not natural.
Any way you wish to perform a sexual act should feel natural to you.  If anal sex doesn’t feel natural to you, then you shouldn’t do it.  This myth is only subjective to the individual.  Butthole pleasure doesn’t have to be an unnatural act if you don’t want it to be.

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