Discussion: Do Women Feel Rejected When Partners Don’t Want to do Anal With Them?
Of course, the answer to this question is yes, if the woman in question likes or prefers anal, as many do. And disturbingly, it’s not uncommon for women to experience such a rejection from partners or potential partners who are adamantly anti-anal out of ignorance.
Such ignorance is on display with one of the answers:
This question has to be the result of porn. Until a few years ago most straight people never really thought about anal I believe. I hear some women really enjoy it but I would think it’s an acquired taste. Unless it’s something she really likes I wouldn’t think she would feel rejected but I wouldn’t think many men would decline such an offer. I know I wouldn’t.Ray Vischegher, Quora
While porn may have contributed to making anal more popularly known and practiced in recent years, there is nothing new about anal sex or the enjoyment or preference of it by men or women. We’ve been having anal sex for many thousands of years and that will never change. It’s not an acquired taste, it’s a natural form of sex and people are going to have to get used to the fact that it’s never going away and is only going to become more standard, more accepted, and more exclusively anal. Men who aren’t interested in anal shouldn’t be forced to do something they don’t want, but they also need to accept that a growing number of women prefer anal sex and are going to be disappointed and upset if you push them for vaginal instead.
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