ammo answered Thursday November 8 2007, 3:41 pm: Well... I can't say I've ever experienced it before (although I know a few who have) and to be honest no-one is really in any position to be able to tell you if it feels good to you other than you. Some people like it and others don't. If you think having something up there will feel good then there you have it but on the other hand if the idea doesn't appeal or you do like it then, again, you have your answer. At the end of the day only you can answer that question for yourself.
Yes it is possible to orgasm through anal sex although I was told it required a little more stimulation (of the clit) for those I know who had an argasm through anal sex. Anal sex alone for them didn't do anything. The only reason most guys like anal sex is becuase the muscles of the anus are really strong so guys tend to get a really nice feeling through anal sex. It seems to really be the only reason any guy likes it.
It can be harmful, yes. Having anal sex then having vaginal sex straight after (without cleaning up first) is certainly not recommended because of the number of bacteria that can be transmitted that way from your anus to the vagina. Anal sex is also more dangerous than anal sex (when it comes to being safe). The tissues of the anus are very thin and can therefore very easily be torn or damaged during anal sex. even light injuries can lead to any number of bacteria, virus and infections. If you really do have to have anal sex protection is obviously a very good idea as well as a very good lubricant. The anus, unlike the vagina, will not lubricate itself therefore you and your partner have to do this part yourself to ensure you are protected. Not only will it help with the pain to a certain extent but it will also slightly reduce the risk of damage although I want to be very clear when I say just using lubricant will not guarantee that you're safe from any damage from anal sex as this is not the case at all.
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