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the other day me and my boyfriend had tried anal sex,it hurted a bit but anywayz when he took it out he had a some feces on his penis. I never heard of anything like this happening, i mean i know its my butt but is that normal and what can i do so it wont happen again, did he have it in the wrong hole? i dont know please help i am so disgusted, lucky for me he wasnt, he even comforted me.PLEASE LET ME KNOW SOMETHIN TO THIS FUNNY YET EMBARRASSING PROBLEM
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It doesn't sound like it was in the wrong hole to me, if it was anal sex you were after

However, it's a REALLY good idea to be using condoms and lubrication (lots of it!) ... I'm not sure if you were or not, as you didn't state it, but i'm just saying it to be sure. If he was wearing a condom, it's not really on his penis, but on the condom instead ... He would just have to take it off and throw it away.

Feces is normal tho. Just like periods are normal and natural lubrication is normal. They're all normal, natural bodily functions/fluids! They do deserve respect tho, as they can transmit STD/STI's, so be careful. There's no need to be embarassed tho

Here are a few articles you may want to check out;
STD/STI Risk Assessment
Safer Sex Primer

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If anal sex hurts at all, that's a sign to slow down, add even more lube, go more gently, make sure you're relaxed, and if none of that works, stop altogether.

It should not be painful if you're doing it right. Which, among other things, means making sure that you're relaxed and comfortable with it and that it's something you really want to do.

The tissues of the anus and rectum are very delicate, and pain is a signal that something's wrong.

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