Month: December 2019

An Argument for Anal Only 2020

As we approach a new year, it’s also a turning point into a new decade, so the traditional time for change and resolutions is amplified even further and leads us to strive for bigger and better goals.

If you aren’t already anal only, this is a great opportunity to consider making the transition away from vaginal sex and go into the new decade well-equipped for the future and a life of better sex without pussy.

We’ll be posting more about this as we approach and enter 2020, and we’d like your feedback and ideas as well, so please share, whether you plan to participate, or just have ideas.

And of course, if you’re already anal only, you can use this opportunity to make the transition away from clitoral stimulation, or full time butt plug wear, or some other goal.

Forum: Can’t Have Vaginal but Curious of Anal

I have a disease that makes it painful to have vaginal penetration and so I haven’t had sexual intercourse or an orgasm. To be honest I don’t really have that much of a sex drive at all. But I’ve heard that you actually can have an orgasm from anal sex and so I got curious. I’ve tried it on myself and my sex drive has gone up somewhat (now I actually fantasize about sex) but I can’t seem to get an orgasm or really get horny by it.

How long does it usually take before you can have an orgasm or enjoy it. How does guys usually respond to girls that only have anal sex, it seems quite taboo.

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Forum: Learning to Prefer Anal

I’ve been in a relationship for around 9 months now and he is very into anal, if I’m honest I can take it or leave it. I don’t dislike it but it doesn’t make me climax and we currently do it around once a week compared to 3 or 4 for ‘regular’ sex.

From this weekend, we’re going to have a few weeks of Anal Only, partially because he is really keen to go AO but also to see if my enjoyment gets any better if it’s the only type of sex we’re having, the plan is for 4-5 weeks and see how we both feel.

I have mixed feelings about it at the moment, I want to give it a go but am a bit concerned about the shift from once a week to 4/5 times a week, mainly I’m concerned about becoming sore. Any tips or advice will be welcome

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Three Reasons Anal Sex is the Best

It’s no surprise that we here prefer anal sex. It’s something that we talk about a lot, and we do tend to go into detail about why it’s better than vaginal sex on ever level, but in case you’re still left wondering, here are some clearly defined reasons.

  • Anal feels so much more intense and pleasurable than vaginal sex. For people giving anal sex, they can go deeper, get a tighter, grippier sensation, and can cum inside every time. For people receiving anal sex, it’s an intense filling sensation that causes incredible orgasms and doesn’t have the same arousal harming after effects of vaginal and clitoral orgasms.
  • Anal is natural birth control that you simply won’t get pregnant from with a simple amount of care. Unlike condoms, which nobody likes (though you should still use if you’re having sex with untested partners!), or hormonal birth control, which has a lot of negative side effects on mood, arousal and pleasure, anal is a fun, sexy, pleasurable way to have as much sex as you want without getting pregnant.
  • Anal is sexier, both in a visually appealing sense and conceptually. The idea of replacing vaginal sex, something that everyone does, with anal, something that—while it’s becoming ever more popular—is still less common, gives people quite the thrill. Aside from that, though, it’s just far more attractive and fun to watch.

Article: The Dirty Details Of Anal Sex

So you want to try anal sex, but you’re freaked out by the probably inevitable reality of poop. That’s totally understandable, it’s something that can be present during anal sex, and it’s not exactly glamourous. But rest assured that it’s not usually that big of a deal. “A common source of trepidation about anal is that it’s dirty or messy due to the proximity of the anus to fecal matter, but this tends to be an overemphasized concern,” Dulcinea Pitagora, a sex therapist known as the Kink Doctor, previously told Refinery29. In Pitagora’s opinion, the repulsion factor of anal goes beyond the hygiene concerns and taps into our culture’s obsession with hiding body fluids and odors. So what if some ends up on the condom? Sex is messy. It might just be something you have to deal with if you’re interested in anal. But still, the presence of this unwelcome guest happens less often than you’d think.

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Forum: Thoughts About Appropriating the Term “Pussy”?

Hear me out. I think it would be interesting if we could make headway in the acceptance of the term “pussy” to refer to the anal entrance. For one thing, it already is amongst some in the gay and MTF trans community. Secondly, it reinforces the fact that anus and rectum are sexual receptacles. It also allows for ambiguity when couples are deciding upon a sex act, leading to more acceptance of anal sex as a standard sexual practice.

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Most responses disagreed with this idea, preferring to set anal apart as something different and better, but check out the responses and add your own opinion.

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Message: Anal Only Helps Avoid Bladder Infections

Anonymous: According to Wikipedia, “in young sexually active women, sexual activity is the cause of 75–90% of bladder infections, with the risk of infection related to the frequency of sex.”

It sounds to me like those infections could only occur when the penis is in close proximity to the urethra, as is the case with vaginal sex.

Conversely, a sexuality focused exclusively on the anus, with careful avoidance of the vagina and urethral area, would greatly reduce the incidence of such infections.

That seems highly likely, and corresponds with what I’ve heard from talking with some women who are anal only—UTIs were much more common for them with vaginal sex, and have largely gone away since shifting focus to anal sex and going anal only.

Of course, one must still take care with hygiene from anal sex, but the increased distance between the urethra and the anus can help significantly, and women who have anal sex regularly tend to have a better handle on anal hygiene overall than other women.

One more of already so many reasons that anal sex is superior and that anal only is the best way to go.

No Pussy November 2019 is Over!

It went by too fast! After a solid month of anal only celebration, challenge and experimentation, we find ourselves at the end of No Pussy November once more.

Thank you and congratulations to all who participated! Whether you made it through the whole month, or tried it for a smaller amount of time, or are still going to hit the target of a whole month because you started late, we’d love to hear from you about how things went for you and your goals for the month.

If you went through the entire month and found that you really enjoyed being anal only, here’s your next challenge: don’t stop now that the month is over. Instead, stick with anal only and continue to move away from vaginal sex for the long term. Trust us: it only continues to get better the longer you stay anal only.