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ANGIE1985
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Do you remember your first time?
What age you was?
How it happen?

If your like MOST females your first time ever trying analsex was NOT your choice.

I was 16 when it happen to me. He was very sneaky.
Did it hurt? Yup
Did he care? well he slowed down and slowly he had his way with me.
Did i enjoy it? Not at first... about 5 min in to it i started to like it.
Yes analsex is sodomy..
Now in Washington state
Sodomized a female is no longer rape.
So if i was haveing sex with my b/f and he did that to me its not rape.
Its only rape to a boy....


Dont get me wrong Analsex can feel great if you use Anal-Eze Great lube.

Just remember girls guys are always thinking about your butt...

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Dzuunmod
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I don't know where to begin with you, Angie.

First of all, anything sexual that happens without consent in every state in the United States is rape or sexual assault. Whether it's between a man and a woman, a man and a man or a woman and a woman.

If you don't want to have anal sex with someone, and they force it on you, that's rape. Doesn't matter if you've agreed to anything else like vaginal intercourse - if you don't want anal sex, but someone has it with you, it's rape.

That said, some people (male and female) enjoy anal sex. No one, single lube has a monopoly on making it pleasurable, though.

Finally, your last part? We don't go for generalizations much around here. Not every guy is wants anal sex much less is "always thinking about" it.

Edited to add: Also, Angie, we don't allow users to display contact info here, so I'm going to edit out your email address, and ask that you please remove it from your signature.

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this thread is a double post. it has been posted in sex basics. so i'll close this for now.

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