Gay preparing yourself for anal
You tried. It hurt. You stopped. Nothing but an unbearable burning sensation mixed with a terrible pressure. Or maybe you relaxed enough to get it all in but it felt weird, like you were going to take a dump on yourself. I put a team together made up of a gay sex columnist me!
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During a recent dinner with friends, the PG conversation took an inevitable turn toward matters of a sexual nature — anal sex, in particular. I was not totally surprised though having surrounded myself with gay men for the past four years in college, anal sex seems pretty standard. Unfortunately, and somewhat mystifyingly, this survey did not track the prevalence of anal sex between male same-sex partners, but rather grouped anal and oral intercourse together, nor did it address anal sex at all between female same-sex partners. But the conversation I had with my friends shows there was still significant misinformation and lack of education regarding anal sex practices.
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When I was little, my father would drag my sister and me out in the cold morning in camouflage outfits and orange hats to sit with him in a deer stand and practice shooting his gun. This was a necessity for a young boy in the South. While his tutelage never stuck, he might be surprised to learn that I still grew up to be a hunter. All I need is a drawstring shoulder bag carrying my keys, wallet, cell phone, and a douching bulb for emergency visits to the nearest bathroom.
I think part of my fascination with the topic was directly linked to my strong need to please the guys I had sex with. Sure, you could look at videos to see how other people got pounded but deep inside, you always knew they were acting. Who would have thought gay acceptance carried such perks? Can I tell you a secret? When I first started receiving anal, I thought all you had to do was take a dump and wham — you were ready to get plowed.