Anal sex is becoming less of a taboo, but it can be a daunting idea and consent is essential. Once a taboo, anal sex is now seen as an enjoyable addition to many sexual relationships. According to the National Survey of Attitudes and Lifestyles , the amount of people practising anal sex went up from 12 per cent in to 17 per cent between and for men, and from 11 per cent in to 15 per cent during that time for women. So now your partner wants to give it a try. There seems to be a worrying trend within our society where some teenage boys are persuading girls into having anal sex without making consent a primary concern.
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Go on, be selfish! Because after all, no one knows your butt better than you! Want to turn up the heat in your fantasy factory the next time you get down and dirty with your bad self? Look towards your hottest sex organ — your brain! Our readers sent in their favorite anal play-inspired fantasies, and our team of sex educators gave their expert tips on how to amp it up. I love the idea of a little kinky anal play that no one knows about. If you want to wear a butt plug to work, practice with it at home first so that you know your plan is foolproof.
Yep, the entire human race has a mind that drifts to the gutter at least some times. Eyes glued to the screen during that Game of Thrones scene yes, the one where Theon Greyjoy gets naked with two drop-dead queens? Hand travel between your legs at the thought of a multi-person orgy?
Yeah, they can! In cisgender men and people assigned male at birth, anal sex can stimulate the prostate and lead to an orgasm. Prostate orgasms are intense enough to send waves of orgasmic pleasure from head to toe. For cisgender women and people assigned female at birth, anal sex can hit two hot spots: the G-spot and A-spot. Both are located along the vaginal wall but can be indirectly stimulated during anal.