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Gradual, mindful anal sex of any kind should not, and usually does not, cause injury. I think it's sage to listen to yourself when you say that maybe you don't want to get into something you're both not sure about and are not sure you'll like. Using a condom with anal sex isn't about putting a barrier up because the anus and rectum are gross. Starting anal play with penis -to- anus intercourse full-stop isn't the best idea, anyway, on both those counts and more. That said, here's the lowdown on your other questions here. Some people have interest because of the "ew" factor you're having right now. For those who have engaged in it before and want to again, it may be about enjoying that particular sensation. But for others, it may just be a curiosity about yet another way to have sex, the same way anyone is curious about the multitude of ways to be sexual. Like the vagina -- but often even more noticeable sometimes because it's a tighter orifice -- someone playing with someone else's anus can often feel the anus sort of open up and pull whatever is going inside it in in small increments, and they should go with that flow. But to toss some mythos aside, because -- again -- the anus and rectum aren't the bowel, anal sex can't and doesn't cause bowel problems. Because people with penises DO have that, one suggestion I often make to cis women with cis male partners who want to try anal play -- if you're interested - is to suggest to the male partner that you BOTH try it. If only one partner has any interest in doing an activity, and the other either has none, or is opposed to it, it's generally best to just decline. Well, for starters, it means always always using plenty of latex-safe lubricant and a latex barrier with anal play -- anal sex of any kind carries STI risks at the level vaginal intercourse does, as well as additional bacterial infection risks, and the anus and rectum don't self-lubricate like the vagina does, so both are vital to safe play with such delicate tissue. Hence the reason i'm asking lots of questions. That also means a partner or yourself, if you're adding anal stimulus to masturbation , being very slow and very gradual with any kind of anal sex.
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