The Impacts of Roe v. Wade’s Fall and Anal Only

First, I want to say that I and this blog fully support women’s reproductive rights and I stand in firm opposition to efforts to remove the right to abortion and reproductive freedom in general. For anyone who thinks this is the only target, it’s not: access to contraception, LGBTQ rights, and more are the next target and we need to all prepare for a long fight for all our rights and freedom. Attempts to restore “anti-sodomy” laws is likely coming as well, trying to make non-reproductive sex illegal.

With that being said, I expect there will be an influx of people here who are looking for safe alternatives to enjoy sex without the risk of pregnancy, and the anal only lifestyle is still an excellent choice which provides pleasure, intimacy, passion and sexual freedom combined with excellent natural birth control.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask, and be sure to check out our Guide to Anal Sex and the Anal Only Lifestyle as well.

In a time of crisis and regression, the anal only lifestyle can provide sexual freedom and equality for women, and the act of going anal only can also serve as a form of protest.

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2 responses to “The Impacts of Roe v. Wade’s Fall and Anal Only”

  1. Melissa says:

    Going anal only is the ultimate act of rebellion against the conservative christian goal of requiring all sex to be vaginal and for reproduction only, women are more than just baby machines and we deserve purely recreational sex.

  2. Stephen says:

    Also, being an anal only woman can be an act of solidarity with gay men and other alternative lifestyles practitioners. A woman can be an ally of gay men theoretically without practicing anal but if she’s an anal queen and knows how good it feels to base her personal life around having cock in her month and (usually) tight asshole then she has stake in the game. Such a stance is no longer theoretical but personal; very personal. Such a woman understands how superior anal sex is in pleasure and intimacy and will strive to protect individuals’ rights to sexual freedom.

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