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Witness: the enormous backlash of the educational "Anal Sex 101" article—written by yours truly.
Even if anal is less shrouded in shame than it once was, it's still not something young people are learning about or talking about openly.
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, it's no question that all things ass-related have taken on a mainstream edge.
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But it's not just virtual fantasies that are increasing. A 2017 survey of over 3,000 sexually active millennials shows that 35 percent of women and 15 percent of men are engaging in anal sex "at least some of the time." Don't get me wrong—anal is still a major taboo in America.
How must the conversations evolve as a result of anal's newfound popularity?
clear cut knowledge that "no means no," I've heard many horror stories of women being pressured into anal under the guise of sex positivity or a "willingness to be sexually adventurous."Vivienne*, 23, tells Marie that she has felt pressure to have anal sex, even when she clearly stated it wasn't an option: "I was drunk and said I didn't want that.
"We have all been socialized that the ass is a 'dirty' place, meaning that many of us have some conditioned baggage to work through before exploring anal.
No matter how excited someone is to explore anal or how sexually adventurous someone is, anal play requires sensitivity, open communication, and understanding that not everyone is going to be interested in it."We want all safe, ethical forms of sexuality to be out in the open, but that doesn't mean consent is any less important.POP BOTTLES will be hosting a three-night, four-day island experience at the 5 star Lux Belle Mare Hotel in Mauritius.