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? Are you a lesser being if you indulge in some ass play? Does it tarnish your alpha male status? And if you are curious, where do you even start?
Why Straight Guys Are Afraid To Play With Their Butts
How to Get Into Butt Stuff | GQ
Looking to add some kink into the bedroom? My ex-girlfriend and I tried it one afternoon just for the hell of it. She'd actually lured me away from the college football game we were at with a promise that we could try anal if we left at halftime, which seemed like an okay deal to me. There wasn't really anything too special about it, to be honest, and she certainly wasn't enjoying it, though that was probably due to lack of proper preparation and lubrication. I had not. But if a girl seemed really into it and wanted me to try it, I would.
I'm a year-old male student and I'm gay. I came out fairly recently and I'm feeling optimistic about my love life. I've received a decent amount of sexual interest from other gay men and would like to have a relationship.
So why, then, are so many heterosexual men so reluctant to go there? I mean, I'm a sex writer — one with a bundle of G-spot-stimulating toys currently piled in my spare room — and I haven't even given it an honest shot. I'm going to be selfish. I don't want to sweat my ass off or worry about somebody else getting off.