Sexual Practices"Is anal penetration dangerous?"
Anal receptive intercourse according to The Joy of Sex should be preformed slowly and penetration should not precede much beyond the glans of the penis to avoid injury to the rectal tissues. Ideally, the male partner should apply pressure to the rectum and then wait for a second or two while the receiving partner bears down. There is risk of injury if this is not preformed carefully between two consenting partners. Part of your experience with this (as with vaginal or oral intercourse) should be the conditions of stopping the penetration if you are uncomfortable and the 'rules' should be agreed to before hand with your partner.
The Joy of Sex, Simon and Schuster, 1972 "What kind of infections can I get from anal intercourse?"
All of the usual STDs can be transmitted so you will not catch a break in this department. Additional problems include the possibility of contracting one of the serious genital warts strains which can lead to rectal cancer. Transmission of viruses such as HSV and HIV are easier since the rectal tissue is not really designed for penetration and can allow easy tearing and bleeding thus, allowing for more rapid transmission. Another risk of this type of intercourse is the risk of vaginal infections if your male partner goes from anal penetration right to vaginal penetration. Bacteria from the rectum do not belong in the genital tissues and this can cause miserable vaginal infections. "The positions my partner likes are uncomfortable for me."
Again, The Joy of Sex alludes to several hundred positions for intercourse which have been named and described in different cultures over the centuries. Names like, 'Wailing Monkey Clasping a Tree' and 'Wild Geese Flying on their Backs' give some idea to the creativity of these positions. Find the most comfortable position for yourself and then guide your partner, use lubricants such as KY gel and encourage your partner to take his time to allow for adequate stimulation and relaxation. It's not a sprint to the finish.
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