In hetero couples, there's a lot of misconceptions and taboos around anal stimulation for men. But men have all the same nerve endings that women have that makes the area feel amazing and there's one big difference: they have a prostate. Which is even more reason to get into anal play with men. Personally, I think it's a bit of latent homophobia that keeps guys from wanting to experiment with anal play, but I've found that even in the last few years more and more hetero guys seem to be getting on board and wanting to try. So, we need to figure out what to do.
Suddenly all my orgasms from good, old-fashioned hetero sex and self-pleasuring seemed so pedestrian. But you set yourself up for failure, if you have never reached the PO and try to just fiddle with fingers and hope for a bliss. A wave smashing into my groin, wave after wave smashing over the rest of my body. My skin felt super receptive.
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As a society we carry a lot of entrenched ideas about sex. Perhaps one of the most deeply ingrained assumptions is that women can have multiple orgasms, and that men can't. But is that really true? They describe that by withholding ejaculation, men can experience "a number of sexual peaks.