Removing the bum play taboo

Removing the bum play taboo

It hard to imagine that just a few decades ago, the conversation of oral sex was unspeakable. Then, slowly over the years, it was threesomes. Now it seems that anal sex is the last taboo in sexual relationships, especially when it comes to heterosexual males.

An article in Psychology Today   points to a 2008 study, which claims that around 15 percent heterosexual men said that they had received analingus while 24 percent had received anal fingering. But the data surrounding how many straight men have engaged in prostate play remains unclear.

While heterosexual men might be more willing to engage in anal sex if they’re performing it on a woman, less are willing to engage in anal play on themselves. The reasons for doing so are obviously personal and vary from man to man, but one of the most common reasons stems from the stigma of anal sex being connected to homosexual relationships.

It seems that some men need to be reminded that prostate and anal play does not dictate your sexuality in the slightest. And if you’re hesitant to try it because you believe it has any indication of your sexual orientation, then all you’re doing is denying yourself what could be some of the most powerful orgasms you can experience. On the other hand, for those that are avoiding anal play because they believe it will be painful, allow me to let you in on a little secret: It doesn’t have to be. In fact, it can be quite pleasurable.

While there are plenty of nerve endings within the anus that can be enjoyable when stimulated, the main pleasure gland within the male cavity is the prostate. The prostate is a soft, walnut-shaped gland located below the male bladder. When sexually aroused, blood flow to the area is increased, causing the gland to swell with fluid. Researchers have said that stimulating the prostate during a state of arousal can produce orgasms that rival the equivalency of the female g-spot, the most powerful erogenous zone in the body.

Besides you or your partner massaging the area with a finger, you can also use a prostate massager. A prostate massager is a slender probe, usually with a curved, spherical massager at the tip. If you choose to use a toy for anal play, adam&eve explains in their guide that it’s crucial that you allow your body to become used to the idea before diving into the deep end. To avoid any possible discomfort, you should always use plenty of lubrication. Gaia add on ( Make sure you use vinyl or latex gloves for safety of infection and to preventing anal tearing or fissures, it also allows the lube to stay longer) Also, it’s important that you start with something small that’s specially designed for beginners before moving your way up to something larger, or more advanced.

Besides mind-blowing orgasms, if you’re looking for another incentive to give prostate stimulation a try, “http://www.livestrong.com/article/231985-how-to-massage-ones-own-prostate/” Live Strong states that regularly massaging your prostate has been proven to better the health of your prostate in the future, which means a healthy bladder and urinary tract. Gaia Reminder USE GLOVES

You have nothing to lose and so much to gain by incorporating anal play into your sexual routine. So put your sexual hangups aside and give it a try. Who knows, you might find that you’re missing out on some of the best sex you could ever have!

This article was written by the team at Adam and Eve Adult store! Thank you for the great information

Enjoy the exploration !

Until next time remember the most epic pleasure comes from surrendering!!

Gaia Shawna Morrissette

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