13 Things Every Woman Should Know Before Trying Butt Sex
Butthole Health | Women's Health
Dun dun dun: butt sex. Below are 13 things every woman should know before trying butt sex:. The key to enjoying anal sex, Van Kirk said, is being comfortable with your body and what feels good to you. Her first tip? Try it on your own.
The Science of Why You’re an Ass Man
When it comes to your underwear zone, your vagina usually get all the attention. But you need to take care of your other private part, too. That's right, we're talking about your butthole. There's no reason to be squeamish or embarrassed—as Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry says, they're like opinions: everybody has one. So we asked top experts all the nitty-gritty details about how to keep your bum healthy.
Sexualization of the buttocks , especially of the female gender, has occurred throughout history. Sexologist Alfred Kinsey suggested that the buttocks is the primary sexual presentation site in primates. Some anthropologists and sociobiologists believe that breast fetishism derives from the breasts' similarity to buttocks, but instead provide sexual attraction from the front of the body. In humans, females generally have more round and voluptuous buttocks, caused by estrogen that encourages the body to store fat in the buttocks, hips, and thighs. Testosterone discourages fat storage in these areas.