While these two things are not mutually exclusive, one does not automatically predict or determine the other. My evidence: Gay total tops exist, and there are many straight men in the world who love getting fingered, pegged, and played with — in the butt. In fact, more and more straight men are.
Verified by Psychology Today. Women Who Stray. What is with the male fascination with heterosexual anal sex, anyway?
Here are 6 reasons guys should be more open to butt play — courtesy of Details. The idea of penetration repels bros everywhere. Every straight man should explore himself and overcome that homophobic stigma.
According to one study45 percent of men surveyed wished they had a larger penis. Another study found that 25 percent of men have faked an orgasm. Having an orgasm and ejaculating are two separate things, although they usually occur together. The belief that anal stimulation can and should only appeal to homosexual men can cause insecurity, leaving heterosexual men embarrassed to admit their preferences.
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Relationships, like produce, milk and reality television stars, have a shelf life. Most couples find that after a few weeks, months, or years, the luster fades and the initial carnal fury that brought them together has dissipated. The moldy codgers who get past this sexual brick wall do so by developing an elaborate series of coping mechanisms.
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?
Many women wonder what it is with the male fascination with heterosexual anal sex. Men seem to fantasize obsessively about anal sex. Hundreds of porn movies are made every year fetishizing anal sex. Women everywhere debate whether they should or shouldn't have anal sex with their boyfriend or husband.
Science is currently trying to figure out why so-called prostate orgasms feel so intense—but, frankly, the why is unimportant. So, I talked with Sex and Relationships coach Dr. Charlie Glickman, PhD, who literally wrote the book on prostate pleasure to explain just how to enjoy this under-appreciated erogenous zone.