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5 Biggest Misconceptions About Anal Sex

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What you need to know about going anal

The biggest misconception about anal sex is obviously that you can’t get pregnant from being fucked in your ass. Well, it’s technically true but the fact of the matter is that depending on where your ejaculating partner ejaculates and how careful you both are at cleaning up, you can still end up pregnant.

Let’s say you guys are fucking in doggy-style, and your partner ejaculates inside your anus but isn’t careful when he pulls out it is possible semen could leak down south toward the vagina and get inside and vuala just like that you end up fucking pregnant. 

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Let me not even get to the elephant in the room that anal sex feels like pooping backwards. While anal sex comes with some risks here are five biggest misconception about anal sex.

Misconception: Only men are interested in anal sex

The truth: Well, I have some news for you. You don’t need to have a penis to be into anal at all! Many women are actually interested in anal, both receiving and giving.

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Lesbian couples and nonbinary gendered partners also can, and many do, enjoy anal using toys, finger, and rimming.

Misconception: Anal sex will make you to go to the bathroom differently afterwards

The truth: Not necessarily. Making sure you’re eating enough fiber and drinking lots of water to keep your bowels working correctly is one of the smartest things you can do if you want to make anal a regular activity.

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Don’t forget to also take enough time for proper foreplay and use lots of lubes every time to have anal sex.

Misconception: There’s poop in your anus, which is where your partner’s penis would enter

The truth: According to doctors, stool actually hangs out higher in your body, above the anus and rectum in a section known as the sigmoid colon so in reality, if you eat healthily and get enough fiber for regular, bulky stools, this should be enough to keep the anal canal clean for play. 

Misconception: Anal is less intimate than vaginal sex

The truth: Anal is not inherently more or less intimate than other forms of sex like vaginal, oral, or anything else. It’s how you and your partner treat it and each other that informs how it is received. Anal, like any other sex act, can be as intimate or non-intimate depending on how you make it.

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Misconception: The myth: Anal sex is just like what you see in porn

The truth: When you watch guys eating from behind in porn videos, anal sex might look like something you can just launch into spontaneously, but real-life anal requires much more care and consideration and can go more slowly.

Anal sex requires preparation including having conversations about consent beforehand, ensuring you have condoms ready, and more.

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