Anal Sex, Done it, Want to, Curious, NO!

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Anal Sex, Done it, Want to, Curious, NO!
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Tue, 04-07-2009 - 2:32pm
Have you ever tried anal sex? Is it part of your regular repertoire of sexual activities?

Are you curious about it, but haven't tried it yet? What about your partner?

Is your reaction a firm NO! ? Why?






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Registered: 02-28-2006
Tue, 04-07-2009 - 2:39pm
For DW and me it's a semi-regular part of our sexual repertoire — both ways.


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Registered: 04-07-2006
Tue, 04-07-2009 - 2:43pm
Has she done you with a strap on, or are you using other toys?

Who initiated the first time, you or her?






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8. The apostrophe is never used to form the possessive case of personal pronouns (hers, yours, ours, its, theirs).
The dog wagged its tail. (Possessive)
Do not confuse the possessive form its with the contraction it's (it is).
It's a beautiful day.
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Registered: 02-28-2006
Tue, 04-07-2009 - 2:47pm
Other toys, although we're probably ready to move up to a strap-on when our toy budget increases. I penetrated her anally before she did me, although anal play has been part of my solo activities for longer than I've known her.


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Registered: 09-20-2007
Tue, 04-07-2009 - 3:02pm
Because of my irritable bowel syndrome and diverticulosis, anal sex is a hard limit for me. Master is fine with that, because my health is more important than a sexual activity.
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Tue, 04-07-2009 - 7:14pm
We do it as the mood strikes, him doing me. I really enjoy it, just not every day. So, maybe once a month or so... although sometimes we'll do it one night and it's like it just reminded how good it feels and I'll want it several nights in a row.
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Registered: 03-03-2008
Wed, 04-08-2009 - 1:34am

Yes we have done anal sex and enjoy it.

Yes both ways.

Yes it is a regular part of our sexual play.

We have a feeldoe that we use on me and sometimes on him...we also do a lot with fingers and some mouthing.

He gives more than he receives but I know he loves to receive...I'm newer to really loving anal rather than having some issues around it so we are hopefully working to a more equal split giving/receiving.

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Registered: 02-05-2008
Wed, 04-08-2009 - 7:20am

Have you ever tried anal sex? Yes, it's an enjoyable

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Registered: 08-01-2006
Wed, 04-08-2009 - 7:47am

Have you ever tried anal sex? Yes


Is it part of your regular repertoire of sexual activities? No


It's no longer an issue for medical/surgical reasons.


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Registered: 04-07-2006
Wed, 04-08-2009 - 10:43am
That is totally understandable. It's one of the reasons I asked the question, because it being a hard limit isn't just because of the taboos against it.






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8. The apostrophe is never used to form the possessive case of personal pronouns (hers, yours, ours, its, theirs).
The dog wagged its tail. (Possessive)
Do not confuse the possessive form its with the contraction it's (it is).
It's a beautiful day.
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Registered: 04-07-2006
Wed, 04-08-2009 - 10:44am
::: sigh! ::: It does feel good, doesn't it? Have you done DP as well?






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8. The apostrophe is never used to form the possessive case of personal pronouns (hers, yours, ours, its, theirs).
The dog wagged its tail. (Possessive)
Do not confuse the possessive form its with the contraction it's (it is).
It's a beautiful day.
McGraw Hill Handbook of English




















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