Butt Stuff


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Let's talk about [anal] sex! See what I did there? I made it seem like I was embarrassed to say "anal" because I actually am. It's one thing to talk about sex ALL THE DAMN TIME, but as soon as butts come into the equation, people get squeamish. So, let's get it out of the way: Butts are for pooping. There - are you happy?! So, according to some statistics from some website that claims to have looked into it, 42% of men and 36% of women have tried anal sex. Who knows how scientific that is. Let's just say a lot of people have had anal sex. It's not just a gay thing. It's not just a Greek thing - "Greek-style" is synonymous with anal sex; don't @ me! So, people have been doin' it in the butt FOREVER. There's so much historical evidence (especially in ancient Greece) of men and women participating in anal sex. It's even believed they didn't associate it with homosexuality, at all. We also have examples of anal penetration in historical asian art, where men are often depicted having anal sex with much younger men. But historical precedence aside, there's some simple physical adjacency that implies evolutionary science is pretty much ok with anal. They're right next to each other! I like to call it "The Lord's Plan B". Seriously, guys, she/he put one hole that feels good for penises right next to another hole that feels good for penises, but has different consequences. One can make you pregnant and the other will just make you wince in pain - or not. This is maybe a good time to address the pain issue. Anal sex should not hurt. It does take some getting used to, but this idea that it's about enduring punishment is bogus. Double thumbs-down to the "painal" category on PornHub. In fact, don't ever consult pornography for any advice on anal sex. Those are professional actors with size twelve assholes. Ask the experts Here's what I know: some people like doing butt stuff. Some people don't. Some people are indifferent, or they save it for special occasions. Some people haven't tried it but they're curios because they have that one friend who talks about how great it is, every time she drinks red wine. Some people think its gross because butts are dirty. Some people think it's morally wrong. Some people think if you like butts, you're gay. Does that help? I didn't think so. Let's ask a real expert. Carlyle Jansen is a bonafide butt SEXPERT. That's why we called her. If you've read this far, you're probably dying for a professional take on anal sex. Well, don't worry. You'll get one - and a bunch of amateurish dick-jokes too, courtesy of yours truly. We asked her to come on the show because she's a well-known sex educator who literally wrote the book on anal sex. (Check out Anal Sex Basics for even more butt sex fun.) She has a great website too, where you're sure to find something naughty and educational. Carlyle covers everything from the taboo of anal and the appeal, to practical tips ("just the tip" is a good place to start) and even share some great resources. And if you're a guy who's interested in the benefits of a healthy prostate, check out the aneros prostate massager - even if it is just clever branding of a buttplug to ease your latent homophobia. Welp, that about does it. Thanks for reading this. Leave comments below and give us a five-star review on itunes if you like buttstuff! Photo by Mike Wilson on Unsplash

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