Intimacy - These Men Share Their Uncensored Opinions About Love life

These Men Share Their Uncensored Opinions About intimate life - Here’s what they really feel about going through the back door.

Do men really think of back intimacy as the holy grail of bedroom activities? If you pay attention to pop culture, it certainly seems like it: Take that “accidental anal” episode of The Mindy Project, for example. We went straight to the source to find out dudes’ uncensored opinions on exploring your poop chute, and IRL guys’ thoughts on this somewhat taboo act vary from gung-ho to meh. If you’re into anal action, what you’re about to read is proof that you won’t have to look too far to find a guy who’s on the same page as you. But if you’re not, we're guessing these men's insights will offer some major relief.



"From a purely theoretical perspective, back intimacy sounds all right. You get to put your penis in a super tight hole. But then when you get down to the logistics of it, it's a bit less attractive" - Desmond Babatunde

“I have had back intimacy exactly one time. Well, I count it as back intimacy, even though it was more of a ‘stick it in and see how it feels’ kind of situation. My ex-girlfriend and I tried it one afternoon just for the hell of it. She'd actually lured me away from the college football game we were at with a promise that we could try back intimacy if we left at halftime, which seemed like an okay deal to me. [I'm pretty sure] every guy wants to at least try back intimacy, if for no other reason than to say they've traveled that path. There wasn't really anything too special about it, to be honest, and she certainly wasn't enjoying it, though that was probably due to lack of proper preparation and lubrication. I would do it again, but I don't think I'll ever be one of those dudes who is constantly asking his girlfriend if she wants to ‘do butt stuff.’ Afterward, all my friends kept asking me if I had gotten poop on my penis. I had not.” —Chidi Madu

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“Why go to the sewer when there’s a playground right next door? Okay, I’m joking. But I’ve just never felt the need to explore that area. From what I’ve heard, it’s not all that enjoyable from the woman’s perspective, physically speaking, and the tightness aspect isn’t convincing when it already feels so good elsewhere. But if a girl seemed really into it and wanted me to try it, I would.” —Paul

“back intimacy sounds like a good idea when you’re tipsy or really horny. It’s like if you’re binge-eating cake: another piece seems like a good idea because it’s more of what you’re already loving. Sometimes you just want more of everything she has. But the vagina is where it’s at. As soon as you finish with back intimacy, you’re no longer as turned on so you’re just kind of wondering why you thought it was a good idea. The vagina is right there, and it’s clean and self-lubricating. The poop thing is a real risk. A little got on the condom when I was 16 or 17, and I didn’t try it again until my mid-20s. The thought still makes me shudder.” —Daniel Kings


"I've never had back intimacy. I'm not against it, but it's not something I'm dying to try. I have plenty of fun in vaginas, so I feel weird asking a girl for something I dont need to enjoy myself in the bedroom. If she offers, sure, but no one has with me." - Abdul Abubakar

“Back intimacy feels great, although not greater than vaginal sex to any exponential degree. There's more pressure on your penis, which provides more stimulation for it. It's like having vaginal sex with someone who knows how to engage their pelvic core.” —Aminu Sheku


“Back intimacy is interesting, great—for me, at least—and not what I expected. It’s very different from vaginal sex. A friend of mine had explained that to me, but I didn't fully understand until I tried it. To put it bluntly, vaginal sex puts pressure all over your penis when it's inside. With back intimacy, there’s not much past the hole, so during the act itself, I had to focus on a lot more movement than I was expecting. Lucky for me, my partner was far more comfortable with it than I think I would have been! Although she did emphasize the need for ‘lots of lube.’” —Alexendra Kalu

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