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algebra
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i have a friend who imitates anal sex by using 'circular' objects in place of a penis. Is this at all pleasurable?
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Heather
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Not sure why this is in orientation and identity, since people of all orientations may enjoy anal sex play.

In any event, if your friend does it, clearly it's enjoyable to him or her, right? Plenty of people enjoy anal stimulus.

Not sure what "objects" are being inserted, but for safety's sake no one should EVER put anything in their anus that doesn't have a flared or sizeably wide base, because objects can get lodged in the rectum otherwise, facilititing a pretty embarassing trip to the ER.


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Ruiner1890
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Sorry algebra, I can't help you here having never done that! I hear it's neither good nor bad but i'm really not sure! On a biological level, some men like to have their prostates stimulated and the only way to do this is via the anus. Other than that I don't really know how else it could be enjoyable - are you close to your friend? you could ask him directly and find out i suppose ^_^

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Heather
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Women do not have prostate glands.

And yet, plenty enjoy anal stimulus, because the anus, the area surroung it, and the recturm are pretty rich with nerve endings.

As well, men can stimulate the prostate with perineum massage -- they don't need to insert anything into the anus to enjoy that, so there are other means if one desires. And not sure what enjoying prostate stimuls has to do with biology -- perhaps you meant physiological?

Let's be sure, okay, that when we can't help or don't really know the answer to something, we aren't adding possible misinformation. Thanks.


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Point taken.

No harm intended - i was just trying to take part.

Thanx for the pointer ^_^

To Algebra: It seems your question has been answered algebra. I'm simply guessing here but are you posting this in 'Orientation and Identity' because you consider a male playing with his anus a purely homosexual activity? (ie you consider this unusual for a straight male?)

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