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Dutch-s

Loves Park, IL

#1 Apr 9, 2008
I want to give it to my boyfriend in the butt with a strap-on, not sure how to get him to do it. He loves anal pleasure, its really just the next step. Any suggestions.
sanzz

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Jul 27, 2008
you are disgusting. So you're gonna coax your bf ( assuming he's straight) to do that act? What if he says no? i am pretty sure ppl like you will persist until he caves into the idea. Why don't you say this infront of his mother, see her reaction. This is just another twisted form of female empowerment. You do this because you want to be in his "place". Why? isn't there equality nowadays? Why feel the need... it's not a turn on somethin deeper than that. And for the males who like this, please don't fool yourself into thinking you are STRAIGHT. Why even mention that word? Nobody will buy it, except for people who think this is "sexy".

Since: Jul 08

Madurai, India

#3 Jul 27, 2008
Dutch-s wrote:
I want to give it to my boyfriend in the butt with a strap-on, not sure how to get him to do it. He loves anal pleasure, its really just the next step. Any suggestions.
Go ahead,If you both like.
Punch

United States

#4 Jul 27, 2008
Enjoying anal play with a woman ( a female ) does not indicate a male homosexual. The prefix homo-means same in this instance. Males & females are different genders. That is hetero or different gender sex. It is an acceptable sexual variance for experienced, open minded adults.

The prostate gland is located w/proximity to the rectum. If it is manipulated, it creates sexual stimulation. As will the added visual stimuli of a human female & her pheromones while engaged in heterosexual activity.

Those who think other than the facts are ignorant & once informed should no longer be. If you can't tell the difference between a male & female homo sapien ( in this instance the word ' homo' is discrete and Latin for man ), you need to be educated. OR you might not know if you yourself are having straight or gay sex.

It is also possible you're incapable of learning. Which would make you an idiot.
Punch

United States

#5 Jul 27, 2008
Dutch:

If he likes anal play, it should be np---plus as I say above---it's hetero----no bs

1. get a porn flick ( or do a pics slide show ) w/FM strap on play

2. use lots of lube ( Astro-glide is good--lots of net info available just Google- anal sex )

3. you can start with a dildo--small at first & go slowly

4. be sure it's not too small---you need a way to keep it from getting lost--that's why many have a hilt type end--strap ons of course should be secured

5. do it on his back so you can both guide---added visuals too

believe me he and you will have fun
sanzz

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Jul 27, 2008
wow punch you sound very defensive... must have hit a nerve eh? Did I say it was homosexual? No. Ofcourse it is heterosexual, as it is between a man and woman , but the concept behind it is perverse. Why would a woman do that to a man? Sounds like some deeper issues there.People like YOU what everybody to accept your IDEAS. you say you are open minded but you are not, people like you hate opinions, you only want to hear yourself talk and everybody else to listen.

“On your knees”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#7 Jul 27, 2008
sanzz wrote:
wow punch you sound very defensive... must have hit a nerve eh? Did I say it was homosexual? No. Ofcourse it is heterosexual, as it is between a man and woman , but the concept behind it is perverse. Why would a woman do that to a man? Sounds like some deeper issues there.People like YOU what everybody to accept your IDEAS. you say you are open minded but you are not, people like you hate opinions, you only want to hear yourself talk and everybody else to listen.
Many men & women use strap on play to bring a man intense orgasms. What you are missing here is that the prostate is, essentially, the male equivalent of a woman’s G-spot! For some, the idea of exploring this area can be taboo, but stimulating the prostate could lead to one of the best orgasms a man could could ever hope for.

The prostate is a part of the sexual response physiology in males, and is a key contributor to male orgasm. The prostate is located adjacent to the rectum, only inches or so inside, and it can be stimulated manually. Seminal fluids collected in the prostate are released during a man's orgasm. Stimulation of the prostate and anus in itself, will increase the intensity of male ejaculation and orgasm; massaging the prostate will increase the volume of ejaculate and the pleasure that is associated with ejaculation.
YouAreBi

United States

#8 Jul 28, 2008
A woman was not born with a penis.

Why would a woman then try to use a fake penis on a male?

A woman does not get the same pleasure from a fake penis as a male would when penetrating with a real penis.

Woman, physically, can only experience pleasure as a woman. Therefore, a large part of her attempting to use a fake penis on a male is her getting some type of psychologically based pleasure.

Think about the psychology (which is very Freudian) behind why she would want to do this. Penis envy anyone?

Furthermore, did her boyfriend ask her that he wanted to be anally penetrated?

It is one thing if her boyfriend was making a request, it is another thing for her to be finding ways in which she can use a strap-on and penetrate him with something fake.

Since women do not have a penis, a heterosexual male would not expect a woman to penetrate him anally with one. Homosexual or bisexual males, however, would usually have this expectation.

If a heterosexual male wants to be anally penetrated by a fake penis, he has the same desire as anally receptive homosexual and bisexual males.

The act itself, being anally penetrated by a penis-like object, is the same. Be it from a woman with a strap-on or a man with a real penis.

The "heterosexual" male wanting to be anally penetrated by a penis-like object is simply using the woman as a "substitute". Arguably, you are talking about closet bisexuality, and using the woman as a substitute and substitute the strap-on for a real penis.

Arguably, the anally receptive "heterosexual" male, simply does not have the courage to embrace his bisexuality, submissiveness, and desire to be a bottom.
YouAreBi

United States

#9 Jul 28, 2008
la la la lola wrote:
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Many men & women use strap on play to bring a man intense orgasms. What you are missing here is that the prostate is, essentially, the male equivalent of a woman’s G-spot! For some, the idea of exploring this area can be taboo, but stimulating the prostate could lead to one of the best orgasms a man could could ever hope for.
The prostate is a part of the sexual response physiology in males, and is a key contributor to male orgasm. The prostate is located adjacent to the rectum, only inches or so inside, and it can be stimulated manually. Seminal fluids collected in the prostate are released during a man's orgasm. Stimulation of the prostate and anus in itself, will increase the intensity of male ejaculation and orgasm; massaging the prostate will increase the volume of ejaculate and the pleasure that is associated with ejaculation.
You are confusing the issue of a man having a prostrate with a man being anally receptive to a penis-like object. These 2 issues are not the same.

1. Not every man wants his prostrated stimulated.

2. A man's prostrate can be stimulated by fingers. There is no need to use a penis like object.

If the issue was just to stimulate the prostrate, than a woman's fingers can accomplish the task. Why go further?

3. When you are talking about a strap-on, you are talking about simulating the humping motion and penis of another man.

This is beyond simple stimulation of the prostrate and now you are dealing with psychological reasons for the male being anally receptive and the female to pretend she has a penis.

4. Most male definitions of heterosexuality and "macho" is based on men NOT indulging in homosexual activity, being the passive receiver, being submissive, or being a bottom.

Simulating such homosexual activity with a woman, simply starts to become a game of substitution.

Imagine of you have a scale that goes from heterosexual, to bisexual, to homosexual. A male being anal receptive, submissive, and a receiver would put him closer to bisexual than men who did not engage in such activity.

There is simply a point where you are simulating an activity to such an extend that it becomes obvious what you are doing.
gerda

South Africa

#10 Jul 28, 2008
i watched an episode of the L word where the one chick does the other with a strap-on,i found it extremely erotic.

Since: Jan 08

QLD, Australia

#11 Jul 28, 2008
i have wanted my wife to try it on me LOL
jabama

Seoul, Korea

#12 Dec 13, 2008
Dutch-s wrote:
I want to give it to my boyfriend in the butt with a strap-on, not sure how to get him to do it. He loves anal pleasure, its really just the next step. Any suggestions.
You know him better than anyone else. Next time you and he are enjoying "anal pleasure" drop the hint. He'll be glad you did!
Penetrated by my woman

Bloomington, IN

#13 Feb 19, 2009
Dutch-s wrote:
I want to give it to my boyfriend in the butt with a strap-on, not sure how to get him to do it. He loves anal pleasure, its really just the next step. Any suggestions.
just ask him - you might be pleasantly surpriesd by his response...

Since: Jan 09

Glenview, IL

#14 Feb 19, 2009
YouAreBi wrote:
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You are confusing the issue of a man having a prostrate with a man being anally receptive to a penis-like object. These 2 issues are not the same.
1. Not every man wants his prostrated stimulated.
2. A man's prostrate can be stimulated by fingers. There is no need to use a penis like object.
If the issue was just to stimulate the prostrate, than a woman's fingers can accomplish the task. Why go further?
3. When you are talking about a strap-on, you are talking about simulating the humping motion and penis of another man.
This is beyond simple stimulation of the prostrate and now you are dealing with psychological reasons for the male being anally receptive and the female to pretend she has a penis.
4. Most male definitions of heterosexuality and "macho" is based on men NOT indulging in homosexual activity, being the passive receiver, being submissive, or being a bottom.
Simulating such homosexual activity with a woman, simply starts to become a game of substitution.
Imagine of you have a scale that goes from heterosexual, to bisexual, to homosexual. A male being anal receptive, submissive, and a receiver would put him closer to bisexual than men who did not engage in such activity.
There is simply a point where you are simulating an activity to such an extend that it becomes obvious what you are doing.
Finger-Penis..........same thing. Except one is bigger than the other one. In most cases anyways, Lol!

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#15 Feb 19, 2009
MessyJessie wrote:
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Finger-Penis..........same thing. Except one is bigger than the other one. In most cases anyways, Lol!
hmmmmm....
jjj

Australia

#16 May 29, 2009
Dutch-s
United States

how did you go?

Since: Nov 08

Mount Pleasant, SC

#17 May 29, 2009
YouAreBi wrote:
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You are confusing the issue of a man having a prostrate with a man being anally receptive to a penis-like object. These 2 issues are not the same.
1. Not every man wants his prostrated stimulated.
2. A man's prostrate can be stimulated by fingers. There is no need to use a penis like object.
If the issue was just to stimulate the prostrate, than a woman's fingers can accomplish the task. Why go further?
3. When you are talking about a strap-on, you are talking about simulating the humping motion and penis of another man.
This is beyond simple stimulation of the prostrate and now you are dealing with psychological reasons for the male being anally receptive and the female to pretend she has a penis.
4. Most male definitions of heterosexuality and "macho" is based on men NOT indulging in homosexual activity, being the passive receiver, being submissive, or being a bottom.
Simulating such homosexual activity with a woman, simply starts to become a game of substitution.
Imagine of you have a scale that goes from heterosexual, to bisexual, to homosexual. A male being anal receptive, submissive, and a receiver would put him closer to bisexual than men who did not engage in such activity.
There is simply a point where you are simulating an activity to such an extend that it becomes obvious what you are doing.
SOAREYOUBI...How do you know if you can reach your prostate with a finger unless you tried it????Doing something with a woman does not put you closer to bi.
flyboy

Richmond, VA

#19 Jun 15, 2009
There is nothing bi or gay about a WOMAN AND A MAN having sex. That by definition makes it a heterosexual act, no questions asked. Sexual orientation and sexual behavior are NOT 100% connected.

Strap-on play is totally hot. Its great to have the woman take control of the man and give it to him the way he gives it to her, switching the traditional roles, role play is very exciting. And, men have their g-spot in the a** for a reason, and it feels great when stimulated. Strap-on sex is great. People who want to enjoy, go ahead and do it, f**k the ignorant haterz.
wow

Modesto, CA

#20 Aug 3, 2009
A man is not gay if he wants his wife or girlfriend to do him anally. It is a great turn on, the prostate is really sensitive, you can give him a mind blowing orgasm and make him whimper. Do it ladies. He will return the favor.
B-O-B

Covington, GA

#21 Aug 3, 2009
Couldn't have said it better myself flyboy. I love subing to my GF and pegging being my fav part. And to address your question dutch's, if he all ready enjoys anal play like you say then he shouldn't make a big deal out of it, and at worst he will say no. Either way i don't think it would offend him. We are in kind of a role reversal here cause it was me bringing it up to my GF wanting to try it, i broke the issue by getting a book that had a chapter on the male g spot. We read the whole book together and when we got to that chapter i was like why don't we try that? She was a little apprehensive but was willing to give it a shot. It turns out she LOVES doing it so it worked out well. A little advice though if your going get a harness get the Jaguar Harness (google it), we have a few and it is by far the best, comfortable for her, fits well and can hold many sized dildos by attaching a different O rings.
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