There's no denying that butts are all the rage: From toning your glutes to admiring Kim Kardashian's booty , butt stuff is a hot topic. And the final frontier of this booty-mania? There's no doubt that anal sex still comes with a bit of albeit sexy taboo. Perhaps that's because stepping into the anal arena for the first time can be intimidating, to say the least. What the heck are you supposed to do down there?
How to Have an Anal Orgasm: 35 Tips for You and Your Partner
Here are 5 types of orgasms and everything you need to know about these | The Times of India
Orgasms come in all different varieties. There's the clitoral orgasm, the G-spot orgasm, the cervical orgasm, even something called the core orgasm, or "core-gasm," which some women can experience by using their core muscles during a workout. But the one type of climax most women don't know about is the anal orgasm. Yep, this actually exists. Yet before you give the idea of a backdoor climax the side-eye, let sex experts explain why this area is a secret erongenous zone—and how stimulating it can deepen your sexual pleasure. Here's How to Have Each.
Here are 5 types of orgasms and everything you need to know about these
It should be fairly common knowledge at least to readers of Men's Health that people with penises can stimulate the pleasure-inducing prostate gland to create earth-shattering orgasms. But did you know that women can have anal-based orgasms, too? Yup, anal orgasms are open to anyone down to explore them. If you and your partner are down to unlock a whole new realm of pleasure, you might both want to do some exploratory butt stuff. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland tucked roughly inches inside the anus, between the bladder and rectum.
If it feels good, anything goes! Cisgender men and people assigned male at birth have a prostate , so in these cases a butt orgasm results from stimulating the prostate. You can stimulate the P-spot through the perineum, which is the runway of skin between the balls and the anus. This is how anal orgasms work for cisgender women and people assigned female at birth.