Is Ass Fucking Dangerous?

Is Ass Fucking Dangerous?

Ass fucking, anal sex, botomming – call it what you will. If you like it, the thought has crossed your mind once or twice whether it is actually safe to perform or not, and if it hasn’t, it sure is on your mind now. The answer is yes, it can actually be hazardous to your health, but what is it about anal sex that makes it so dangerous? Let’s explore.

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Is ass fucking dangerous?

I hate to put you off of bottoming forever, but these are facts that you need to know inorder to safe and healthy while you’re still enjoying your round of ass fucking. For example, because the skin around the anus is so thin, it is easily damaged and very prone to infection, so STI’s are very easy to catch. Infections like HIV, Clamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, syphilis, hepatitis B and can all be spread through anal sex and you need to be vigilant to not catch any of these.

Believe it or not, STI’s can also be spread through ass rimming and ass fingering, such as hepatitis A and E. So how can you be more safe about it? First and foremost – be wise, condomise. Don’t be a dumb dick, use condoms when you’re ass fucking to avoid any problems later on (even with a trusted partner), and when you do, use water-based lubricants purchased from pharmacies as oil-based lubricants are prone to latex breakage.

Anal sex is the most dangerous form of intercourse (but also the most fun…), and you need to be safe, because there’s nothing sexy about a sexually transmitted infection. You also need to remember that the skin surrounding the anus outside is protected by layers of dead skin cells that keep the skin protected, however the skin inside doesn’t have that protection and is more vulnerable to infections, so if that skin tears you’re a lot more prone to catch an infection.

Another thing – your anus is dirty. For obvious reasons, the anus is a tight muscle basically made to keep that yuckyness in until you can get to a restroom, that gets weak after ass fucking for a long time and when it becomes too weak, it struggles to keep it in, which can lead to the giver getting infected. Not cool.

You can rest assured knowing that you can tighten these muscles with kegel exercises, but a condom is still heavily advised. So, I repeat, this article is not to put you off bottoming, but to keep you informed on why you need to be safe about it.

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Contributor – Tristan Ridge

Tristan is a 21 year old, HOT, bisexual Australian surfer-slash-college boy who just loves the swinging scene and explores it with his partners in his polygamous relationship. He’s been part of the swinging scene and orgies since he was 18 years old.