May
31

2016

Why Anal Is The New Blow Job

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Why Anal Is The New Blow Job

Dr Nikki Goldstein urges you all to give anal a go and provides a few tried and tested tips on how to get started.

Anal sex is no longer an act reserved for porn stars, those who lean towards the kinkier sides of the bedroom and male on male encounters.

We can firmly now say that the anal stigma has, by and large, lifted.

However, for those yet to experience the pleasures of the derriere, there may still be a few reservations and hesitations to address before giving it a go. Fair point, there is still a whole host of misinformation plaguing Google’s search streams and friendly, blokey pub advice that doesn’t exactly ring true as sound.

But we can confirm that the male ‘G’ spot is up there, somewhere – it’s not a myth. Some find the sensation of the nerve endings in the anal passage being opened and closed stimulating and the mere sensation of fullness pleasurable.

Don’t wince at the thought. It’s fine, you’re ok and nobody on the train carriage next to you knows you interested in trying a little bum play. But there is even more reasons to be experimenting with part this body. Are you sitting on the fence? Read on.

Prostrate pleasure

Yes just like woman, you have a g-spot too!. In order to find the male g spot (aka the P spot) either you or your partner might need to go hunting in a certain hole.

Start with a finger and insert it into the back passage. You will be looking for a squishy walnut like friend and when you find him, rubbing and stroking can elicit an intense orgasm.

Did you just clench you buttocks reading that. Thought so.

Health benefits

Whilst there might be a few risks with anal sex (there are so keep reading), stimulating that semen-storing gland can have many health benefits including; reducing the risk of prostatitis and prostate cancer.

> Reducing genital pain and the symptoms of erectile dysfunction.

> Improve overall erectile function and increase seminal fluid and circulation.

If you are feeling slightly awkward about experimenting with your back door buddy, you can justify it as something to improve your health. An apple a day keeps the doctor away but prostate stimulation can be your manhood’s best friend.

It does not change your sexual identity. Often heterosexual men fear anal pleasure because they feel that if they enjoy it, it must mean that they are gay.

But being gay is a matter of being attracted to the same sex, not purely based on the activity of your behind. If we take the facts from point 1, then this is about pleasure, not about sexual identity.

If anal stimulation did mean you were gay then wouldn’t oral sex too, another way in which men experience sexual pleasure together?

There are also gay men who don’t enjoy the act of anal and experience sex in others ways. Would this mean that they are no longer gay? Getting your head around this is a matter of expanding your mind  (and maybe your anus too).

Size doesn’t matter

Anal pleasure is not about inserting a large phallic size object or even having anal sex for that matter. You might want to start with fingers (for gentle p-spot exploration) or a smaller plug or beads (for either p-spot stimulation, the feeling of fullness or stimulating nerve endings).

The type of anal pleasure you wish to explore will determine how you explore it and what you explore it with.  There are more options back there than you think.

Safety is a must

It doesn’t matter how many times this is said, people will still rock up to emergency departments complaining of stomach aches, afraid to give the real reason as to why.

If you want to experiment with anal pleasure and objects, ensure that they have a flared base or handle and are not made from a breakable substance. If you think it won’t disappear or feel you will be able to retrieve it, consider that other people currently sitting red faced in an ER threw caution to the wind.

Lube is your behind’s best friend

The anus does not self lubricate so it’s important to use something thicker like a silicone lube to ensure things slide along well. It’s also useful to note that if you are exploring further up the back passage, consider how far you should insert lube.

Many people complain that when things go deeper it gets uncomfortable, which can often be from a partially lubricated anal pathway.

Whether you are straight, gay, bisexual or just not quite sure yet, if you have a back passage than anal pleasure could possibly be for you.  And for those still nodding their heads and closing their legs when a finger comes too close, how do you know unless you have never given it a go.

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