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Time To Ditch These Wrong Impressions About Anal Sex

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Anal sex – the good news is that it isn’t considered a ‘taboo’ anymore. As you can see in porn, men and women have started showing off their prowess in this department. The bad news – it’s still clouded by myths that experts say, should now be dumped. Even the skilled Gold Coast Escorts don’t believe in these misconceptions anymore.

According to a 2010 survey, 40 percent of women aged between 20 and 24 had some anal sexperience, while based on a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, 94 percent of women receiving anal stimulation orgasmed during their latest encounter. That’s how popular anal sex has become amongst females, of late!

Wrong Impressions About Anal Sex

This time, here are myths on the subject that two sex experts helped debunked – Dr. Kat Van Kirk, a clinical sexologist at the same time, marriage and family therapist, and Dr. Terri Vanderlinde, a board-certified OB-GYN and sex counsellor.

Myth 1: Condoms are not necessary when doing anal coitus.

Truth is, sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhoea, chlamydia, HIV and infectious hepatitis can easily be transferred via the anus without condom usage. Further, without lube, the anal linings could break due to dry friction because these parts are thinner. So, aside from condoms, lubes are a must in anal play.

Myth 2: It hurts.

Truth is, pain isn’t felt when sex is performed the right way, with the proper strokes and with the right props. Experts advise couples to go slow and take their time because there’s no natural lubrication in the backdoor, unlike with the vagina hence, the importance of abundant lube.

So, start with a small lubricated finger to stimulate the rim before poking it an inch deep. Feel the pleasure as you move your finger in circular motion. Should you decide to use a sex toy, choose a thin-sized one and be sure to ‘drench’ it in lube! A good technique is to stimulate the clit at the same time to forget pain and feel pleasure instead.

Myth 3: It damages and stretches the rectum.

Truth is, without copious lubes, the sensitive anal tissues could break. And don’t make the mistake of using saliva instead of the genuine lube because it can’t help in lubrication either. Remember that unlike the vagina, the anus doesn’t produce natural lube, so always have one handy. Learn how to relax the muscles in the anus (and prepare yourself mentally, too). After sex, it will just go back to its usual form.

Myth 4: Anal intercourse is dirty.

Truth is, it can be really dirty if you don’t poop first (or get an enema which isn’t all that needed) before diving straight ahead. Just remember not to transfer to a vagina if you haven’t washed thoroughly using an antimicrobial soap, since you might be transferring faecal matters that certainly cause infections to the pussy.

People who educate themselves about anal adventures realise that it is a part of healthy sex life, aside from the fact that it fosters closeness and emotional bond between partners. If you want to climax in this type of contact, might as well do it with one of the skilled Gold Coast Escorts.

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