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Anonymous said: Have any of your readers had this issue?: My girlfriends has a really tight entrance to her vagina, so penetration there is difficult and actually damn uncomfortable for both of us sometimes. Like a sharp tight rubber band. We tried anal and were both surprised: It's still tight, yes, but in a good way and the ring slips snugly over and around the head of my penis and down the length without feeling like its going to cut it off. Anybody else with this problem I say try switching instead to anal.

It can vary from person to person, in my experience. If the woman has vaginismus, her anus may be excessively tight as a result as well. But other times she may simply have a very tight vagina without it affecting her anus and then often finds anal sex to be a much more pleasurable experience than vaginal.

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Is Anal the New Oral?

Pamela Cleo-Godard, a 28-year-old office assistant from New York City, has had anal sex with only two men (one of whom is her current boyfriend), but views it like any other item on the sexual menu. “We have it whenever the mood strikes,” she says. “It just isn’t a big deal anymore. It’s like how oral sex used to be something only a certain type of girl did. Now it’s par for the course.”

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Perhaps still a ways to go before anal becomes more accepted as the primary form of sex practiced by a couple, but becoming a normal and regular part of a couple’s sex life is an important step on the way there.

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The Latest Rage On College Campuses Is Apparently Anal Sex

"Modern men and women have gone off the beaten path by moving their entry point two inches south from that of their forefathers," Abigail said on HuffPost Live. "Modern American couples have normalized the practice of anal sex."

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From user FarmerDan on the Anal Only Lifestyle forums:

I’ve always been interested in anal but for a long time didn’t want to impose my ‘perverted’ desires on my partners (although in hindsight there were clear signals that they would have liked that). That all changed a decade or so back when my lover at the time had her first ever orgasm the first time we tried anal sex. As well as being good for her physically it added an intensity to our relationship that was extraordinary. 

Since then I’ve had some anal only relationships. Their eyes widen when the possibility is raised, but agreement comes quickly!

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Anonymous said: Me and my girlfriend have done anal a few times, is there any good ways to help her from it hurting ?

Always warm her up first with fingers, a butt plug, or smaller dildos. Always use plenty of lube. Eat her pussy while fingering her ass or while she has a butt plug in and give her an orgasm to help her relax, then move on to using your penis.

If it hurts, stop. It shouldn’t hurt. Pain means it’s not warmed up enough yet and you need to do more anal foreplay.

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Anonymous said: I recently just had anal sex for the first time and afterwards my butthole felt a little gaping. I took a look and a little piece of skin was popping out that wasn't there before. Could this possibly be prolapse or a hemorrhoid or is will my hole retract back to its normal size?

It’s normal to feel looser or like you’re gaping for a while after having anal, especially when it’s new. This feeling can sometimes last a few days.

If you’re prone to hemorrhoids, anal can make them flare up sometimes. Despite the common myths, anal is not believed to cause prolapse—and even if it did, it certainly wouldn’t happen the first time you had anal!

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fcksnapple said: What's the best way to clean myself out *after* anal sex? Should I douche again? I worry I might leak later if I just go to the bathroom and expel what I can afterward. Does anyone prefer to leave it in?

Some people enjoy leaving it in, and that’s certainly a possibility. Most just “poop” out what comes out after and leave whatever is left.

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ricardoqg2014 said: What do you advise as to the intimate cleaning before and after anal sex, for men and women?

Generally, if you have a good, high fiber diet, you should only need to go to the bathroom an hour or so before and you’ll be clean enough. The rectum usually doesn’t store feces except for right when you need to go to the bathroom, and most of the time with anal sex, the penis does not penetrate further than the rectum.

Some like to use an enema to flush out the rectum and clean out any remnants. If you do this, avoid using too much water at a time, as you generally don’t (unless you do a very deep, complete enema) want to get it beyond the rectum as that could loosen feces further up in the colon and cause a mess partway into your sex/play.