Jump to navigation. Anal sex is any type of sexual activity that involves the anal area and many people, whether they are heterosexual, gay or bisexual, enjoy it. Whether you are thinking of having anal sex for the first time, or you just want more information on how to stay safe and enjoy it, this page will help answer your questions. Anyone can enjoy anal sex, whether they are a man, woman, gay, bisexual or straight, and whether they are giving or receiving it.
After researchers surveyed more than 2, men and women about their sexual behaviors, they found that nearly 43 percent of men and 37 percent of women reported having anal sex with the opposite sex in their lifetime. The findings are consistent with a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which found nearly the exact same percentages for both men and women. Once taboo, anal sex has slowly been slipping into the mainstream, largely due to pop culture and porn , explains Kimbery McBride, Ph. But if you have both expressed interest in experimenting with it, there are some things to consider before you do so. In the past , sex researcher Debby Herbenick, Ph. Here, the top tips from both her and McBride on what you can do to make sure anal sex is just as good for her as it is for you. She has to want to try it.
8 Women Who’ve Tried Anal Sex Describe What It’s Actually Like
Remember Me. More and more ladies are putting a welcome mat by the back door. More and more ladies are putting a welcome mat by the back door: 36 percent of women and 42 percent of men have tried anal sex , according to a new report from the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. Still, not everyone who tries it makes it a regular part of their sex lives.
What a journey our attitudes towards anal sex have taken over the last few years. From Drake and the butt-eating conundrum, to scientific celebrations of big booties , to pegging on Broad City , to twerking , to Kim Kardashian's epic shiny rump on the cover of Paper Magazine , it's no question that all things ass-related have taken on a mainstream edge. Pop-culture acolytes proclaimed the "Year of the Booty," which heralded a deluge of think pieces about the portrayal of butt sex on mainstream television shows like The Mindy Project and articles assessing the erotic potential of the anus.