The tears happen because sex is an activity that comes with friction, and the skin around the anus is "much more fragile than vaginal tissue." She said that "minor tearing happens" but often can't be see with the naked eye, and often the tears don't bleed at all.

Still, these tears are important to know about because anytime you have bodily fluids near open skin like that, you're increasing your risks for STIs like HIV.


If among all sex variety you prefer anal fucking, you are right here to penetrate deeply into tight anal.

All girls here bulged their butts and waiting for anal sex.

I don't just mean the rumor that everyone said Stephanie from high school was doing it, or the weird, creeping thought that all your friends are secretly doing it behind your back (pun intended).

I mean the rumor that it's always painful, but if you want to try it, you just sort of have to put up with it and dive into butt stuff, head- (or I guess ass-) first. Kimberly Mc Bride, assistant professor of public health at the University of Toledo, recently told that although "we don't have a lot of good scientific data about pain and trauma [from anal sex], a proportion of women are experiencing high levels of pain with anal intercourse because they're going straight into penile-anal sex and they're not able to relax, and aren't using appropriate lubrication." (More on the importance of lube, the holy grail of good anal, soon.) Dr.

And then you just deal with all the insane injuries that happen later. Just like it's probably not true that Stephanie was having it with Todd in sixth grade or whatever, it's also not true that anal sex has to hurt or be dangerous, at all. Mc Bride compared first-time anal to first-time vaginal sex.

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