Well my boyfriend and i were out yesterday and we were talking about having sex, he doesnt ever pressure me, he says its up to me. Later on he was talking about anal sex, he said i wouldnt get pregnant if we did do it even without a condom is that true? what would happen if he '' cummed '' in my behind?would it hurt for the first time? would i bleed in front of him?
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Anal sex presents risks of sexually transmitted infections and also can present a risk of pregnancy. It's not as high as vaginal intercourse, but there are risks.
Your boyfriend is mistaken.
As to whether or not it would hurt or feel good, that really depends on if you find you like anal sex in general, something you can get an idea about by seeing if you like how it feels to have your anus stimulated with just fingers first, and also on how you two would have anal sex. If a partner is too hasty or rough, and if enough lubricant isn't used, then certainly it does tend to be painful and bleeding can happen.
Honestly, anal sex is a sexual activity often best for partners who have had experience with other kinds of sex together first: it's advanced sexual activity, basically. Doing it safely is also just as important as it is with vaginal sex. If anyone things it's safer than vaginal sex, or "easier," they are misinformed.
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