You can touch my butt, but not the hole. Just anal messing around. Defining our terms seemed important, since these are genres of sex that people get extremely touchy about, so to speak.
With anilingus currently in so many editorial spreads and on the tip of so many tongues, it bears noting that Mozart wrote a song about eating ass. What took us so long? After hardly being spoken of publicly for the last few centuries—or the decade and a half since Charlotte confessed to performing it on "Sex and the City"—anilingus has finally became a featured player in pop culture.
Keith Calder has been looking around on Reddit and has found a string of messages from baffled, distressed women whose male romantic partners literally don't wipe their asses because touching themselves between the cheeks might make them gay. The tales are a combination of unhygienic living skidmarks on everything, always, including the bedsheets after lovemaking; the smell is unbelievable and abusive, reactionary men who blow up at the suggestion that they should be wiping their asses. The mind boggles.
In fact, that very possibility might explain why something like 60 percent of the adult population has never once, in our entire boring little lives, dared to have anal sex, let alone place our tongue, however gingerly, on or about the butt hole of another person. I get that. And for straight men, the numbers are even smaller.
Why are men so afraid of their own backside? The Guyliner asks real men why they do and don't experiment with anal and explains what to do if you're interested in getting to know your prostate. Will we ever put our little hangups about the male G-spot behind us?
Illustration by Alex Jenkins. Everyone loves orgasms, right? If we didn't, we wouldn't go to ridiculous lengths to achieve them like pirating porn alone or going through the exhausting process of romancing a special someone just so we can have one in the company of another human.
A guide to rimming? And as a trickle-down effect, other types of anal play are getting hyped up, too. In the heterosexual, men having sex with women crowd, anyway.
I could feel his eyes on me. I was more than pissed. His stare lit a fiery rage inside me that could have burned down the store I was in. I am not confident wearing them anywhere but in my house or in the studio, but I finally felt comfortable enough to run into the store after class to pick up a few things.
Sam, a year-old barista from Minneapolis, is telling me how the mainstreaming of ass eating has changed her sex life. However, does this mean more of us, especially straight men, are actually taking part in the act? Determining the prevalence of ass eating is a notoriously difficult pursuit.