Loving someone never makes it OK to control their behaviour.
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When Nakshatra goes out for a coffee with his mother, they’re both on the look-out for cute men. “Do you fancy that guy?” she’ll say.
Things haven’t always been this way. Growing up in a village, he became aware of his feelings aged 16. A year later, after a move to Mumbai, he told his parents he was gay. His mum said she wished he was dead.
The anus is the opening of your bowel - where the poo comes out.
The anus is sensitive, which is why some people include it in their lovemaking.
You can stroke your partner’s anus when you make love, or your own when you masturbate. It can also feel nice if your anus is licked. Some people like having a penis or fingers inside their anus. This is called anal sex.
When you make love, or have sex, you caress each other, get sexually aroused and perhaps have an orgasm. There are many ways to make love, with or without your clothes on.
Many people enjoy anal sex. Others are ashamed of it or think it’s dirty. Anal sex is often a taboo.
The anus is the opening of your bowel – where the poo comes out. There are little hairs around the anus, often spreading between the buttocks.
Pros: Stop at any time and easily reversible, no health care provider needed, no prescriptions, no side effects and it's free!
Cons: In the heat of the moment, some couples find it hard to stick just to outercourse, even if you stick to outercourse 100 percent of the time, there is still a chance of getting pregnant
Doesn’t protect against STDs
Only just over third of the gay men surveyed in a recent US study said they had anal sex last time they made love.
Men who have sex with men have a much wider repertoire of sexual activities, the researchers say. The most common activity was simply kissing on the mouth. It seems that for most homosexual guys, lovemaking means a lot more than just penetration.
Sex myths are the biggest menace ever. A contagious infection spreading from one ignorant person to another. It’s essential to cure this infection before it turns into an epidemic. So I present to you my new series: Sex Myth Buster!
This week, let’s bust some myths about anal sex. Do only gay men do it? Does it guarantee AIDS? Is it always painful? This and much more...
Anal sex – plenty of people say they love the intense sensation and pleasure.
But many others cringe at the idea of anything other than water and soap getting near their rear end. Read all you need to know about anal sex but wouldn't dare to ask in our top five facts.
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