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OMG: I've had anal sex before. The topic came up with my boyfriend and he shared that he finds it the most disgusting thing in the world and would never date a girl who has done it. I really like him but I struggle to keep secrets to myself. Is it worth telling him?

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  1. *cough* latent fag *cough*

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  2. OP, dump that bitch ass faggot and come see me, I'll give you all the nasty anal sex you want

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  3. talk about bad luck, my girl is not down to try anal at all and I've wanted to for so long

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    1. *cough* latent fag *cough*

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  4. Yo 1/ 3a. are you 10? grow up. I wouldn't say anything, but I wouldn't lie if he asked you either. vaginal intercourse isn't all that clean either...so what, take a shower clean your sheets....

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  5. He sounds super boring in the sack. Consider upgrading to a more versatile model.

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  6. You should tell him. If he judges you for it, leave his ass (no pun intended). You don't need that bullshit in your life.

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  7. How do you even start doing anal? It burns every time my boyfriend and I try it.

    Also your boyfriend sounds super lame in the sexy times world. Convince him to try it.

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    1. Not OP

      1. drink. never hurts to drink.

      2. get him to toss your salad and other play, 20 minutes

      3. once you're relaxed, lube up. you want to be slicker than the gulf of mexico in 2010

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    2. try KY lube. Some lubes are not meant for assholes, and thus burn. Im predicting that is your issue with the burnings

      source - homo

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  8. Your boyfriend sounds judgmental. This will probably spill over to other areas which might make things difficult. You should not feel ashamed for doing/trying something that may be pleasurable. He may not want to do anal, and that's super fine, but he shouldn't make you feel bad for having done it. I recommend bringing it up.

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    1. Thissssssss x10000000000000

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    2. I was just going to say the exact same thing. If you find this a struggle to keep to yourself, then it is obviously causing you mental hardship. I'd be honest and see what happens.

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  9. did not understand it

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