Despite increasing pop culture coverage, anal sex is still heavily stigmatized. While this might be true for some women, assuming it goes for all women is completely unfair. Woman A: It honestly does hurt, be prepared, and use lots of lube if you want an easier time. Woman B: At times, it can be uncomfortable, but I don't recall that it ever really hurt. I've had partners who are very attentive and listen to my needs, so I've never experienced pain. There are times, however, when a larger penis may cause cramping. Woman C: For me, it did. That first time was like, "Oh dear god, nothing is supposed to go in there.
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Takeaway: A swanky event devoted to anal sex education shows just how much perceptions are shifting. Sponsored by b-Vibe , a new vibrating butt plug and anal sexual health company founded by Alicia Sinclair, the event included a series of tables displaying different eras in anal sex history. From ancient times, to our more modern, enlightened view at least in liberal hubs like NYC , each noteworthy benchmark of anal sex was on view. And, while the Museum of Sex is a tiny museum, it's packed with cool artifacts in its mission to inform and normalize sex in a sex-positive - yet glamorous - setting. There were fact-packed displays made of cardboard, replicas of bison having sex, pottery displaying orgies, and a slew of butt plugs of all sizes, lined up like a set of Russian dolls. On the small glass coffee tables sat clusters of peaches, a testament to the newfound status of the peach emoji. It was a swanky event, though. But here's what really struck me: Here we all were at a casual yet glamorous event devoted to butt stuff.