My boyfriend and I have anal sex rather than vaginal sex so that I don't get pregnant, and there is one factor involved that we are both stumped about. Every time we do this, when he penetrates as far as he can, according to him he hits something inside that prods at the head of his penis. However, I don't feel it exactly. But, he also claims that when this happens, my reaction becomes more intense. We were wondering if anyone happens to know what this "thing" may be.
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Just so you know, you CAN still get pregnant from anal sex. The entrance to the vagina is really not that far from the anus, and it's very easy for any pre-ejaculate or ejaculate to make its way over there. You can still get STIs as well, so if you can't accept any pregnancy risk, you really do still need to be using condoms or some other method of birth control. (Plus, with anal sex, condoms really, truly are necessary for safety and hygiene.)
Your rectum is actually not a very long part of your intestine (less than 5 inches), and your intestines do bend and curve in order to fit into your body. It may be that he's bumping into the bend of your intestine, and he shouldn't force it when he reaches this point.
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