The Bi-Curious Man Who Has Some Concerns About Losing His Anal Virginity

NervousA bi-curious Reddit user by the name of wormsaregreatlovers is thinking about jumping into the man pond, but he has a few questions before making the plunge. He starts out by writing:

“So, I’m bi-curious with no gay experience and I am thinking about popping my bum cherry. I’ve played with myself anally here and there but now I’m thinking about the real deal.

Question is I like the way I am now (character wise) I’m abit of an ‘alpha male’, I’m confident in myself and I like the state of mind I am in.”

He continues:

“If I submit myself will my personality change in a way that’s more feminine? will my personality change in general? will I like gay sex more than straight sex? ultimately I’d still want a wife and kids and to live a straight life. help gaybrahs please (apologies if it’s an ignorant question, there’s no where else I can really ask this question besides reddit ;| )” Continue reading

Those Five Things You Should Know About Your Ass

timthumbIt is pretty clear that gay men have major thing for all things anal. Not to rain on anyone’s patootie parade with this piece (originally published on queerty.com), but there are important things about your (second) favorite body part that you need to know so you don’t get any unwanted junk in your trunk.

Queerty spoke to expert fanny physician Elie Schochet, MD, of Ft Lauderdale, who has become a popular go-to man on anal health. And as a straight man who claims to tell gay guys how to use their asses right, here’s some important messages he has imparted.

  1. Respect your sphincter!

Pain is a signal from our body that something is wrong. Yes, anal sex can hurt as you learn to relax, but real pain should never be ignored, no matter how insistent the top might be. Your anus needs to last you a really long time and injuries can mean a lifetime of problems. Continue reading

Does God Hate Homosexuals?

god-loves-gays-21The early Christian laboured to spread the gospel and the life and times of Jesus. Christ’s early followers were brought up with the moral codes of Jewish religion, but the sexual ethics of the gentiles they sought to convert was dramatically different. In a world dominated by the pagan Roman Empire, a variety of sexual appetites were known and even celebrated. The pantheon included Aphrodite, the goddess of love, Pan, a pastoral fertility god, and many other deities renowned for their sexual adventures. Roman laws permitted polygamy, divorce, prostitution by both male and female. The tradition allowed for the carnal union between men and boys, the sexual use of slaves, sacrifice of unwanted infants through abortion and infanticide.

Christians pride themselves in a dramatically different view of sexuality. “This is the will of God, your sanctification, that you abstain from fornication. That each of you know how to control your own body in holiness and honour, not with lustful passion like the gentiles who do not know God…” – 1 Thessalonians 4:3. Continue reading

Harvard Is Offering A Course In Anal Sex

full_1322870765640px-Inside_a_Harvard_Business_School_classroomGod bless the Ivy League.

Harvard University, one of the most renowned educational institutions in the world, has added a new workshop to its curriculum.

‘What’s in the Butt: Anal Sex 101?’ will be part of the school’s annual Sex Week initiative, “a week of programming that is interdisciplinary, thought-provoking, scholastic, innovative and applicable to student experiences in order to promote a holistic understanding of sex and sexuality.”

The workshop will cover everything inquiring minds could possibly want to know about backdoor action.

“Come learn everything about anal sex from the experts of Good Vibrations, a sex-positive store located right in Brookline,” the course description reads. “They will dispel myths about anal sex and give you insight into why people do it and how to do it well.”

Topics covered during the class will include: anal anatomy; basic preparation and hygiene methods; anal penetration for beginners; how to talk about anal sex with a partner; lubes, anal toys, and safer sex education; and more. Continue reading

Bad News For Bottoms: New Study Finds Too Much Penetration Can Cause Cancer

bottom_1.jpg_480_480_0_64000_0_1_0Originally published on queerty.com

A new study out of the University of Montréal has found that men who have sex with 20 or more partners during their lifetimes are less likely to develop prostate cancer. But there’s a catch: It only applies to straight guys. Gay men who bump uglies with 20 or more partners during their lifetimes are more likely to develop prostate cancer.

Epidemiologist Marie-Élise Parent and her researchers surveyed more than 3,200 guys in the Montréal area who answered a comprehensive questionnaire that covered many aspects of their lives, including their bedroom activities. About half of respondents had been diagnosed with prostate cancer between 2005 and 2009.

According to the study’s findings, straight male sluts are 28 percent less likely of one day being diagnosed with prostate cancer than their more chaste counterparts, and those that do develop prostate cancer are 19 percent less likely to develop an aggressive form of the disease.

Why is this? Continue reading

LOVE AND SEX IN THE CITY (Episode 18)

Blog_Love And Sex In The City“Get out! Get out, get out!” I panted furiously, tapping Paschal’s thigh with my right hand in small, rapid movements.

“What?” he muttered uncomprehendingly.

“I said get out!” Irritation and pain sharpened my tone.

He stiffened and then began to pull back. There was no care to his withdrawal, and the removal of his penis pulled at my anal skin, unlocking pockets of pain that caused my sphincter muscles to clench and another choked scream to erupt from my mouth.

“Gently, please…gently…” My voice broke, and tears stung my eyes.

My distress must have finally communicated itself to him, because he began to gradually inch out of me. Even with his deliberate motions, I still felt pinpricks of pain shooting up my spine from the orifice. When he was finally out, I felt the slight rush of air inside the ass hole that came from such a release, but with the pulsation of my sphincter muscles, the draft stung.

“Oh no, Declan…” Paschal breathed out behind me.

What – what is it?” I asked, turning my head around as I spoke.

He was peeling back the condom from his cock, and I could see that the latex was stained red. The colour of what could only be my blood. A wave of nausea at the sight surged through me, and I moved my right hand to my derriere, wincing as I tentatively touched my fingers to my anus. It felt moist to the touch. The pain throbbed.

“You’re bleeding…” Paschal said. Continue reading