Once again: Ultimately this is not about me. Moreover, there's more than one topic, and sometimes it's important to discuss "uncomfortable" ones especially. You're only proving my point about people not wanting to think seriously about nor discuss I love anal matters, yet so many of them wish to engage in anoreceptive activities while remaining ignorant about I love anal anatomy, physiology, health, and particularly the traumatic risks to a receptive person. That is indefensible.> "discouraging anoreceptive activities entirely" is […] inherently homophobic
1. It's no such thing. The purpose for which the human I love anal region evolved is to deal with processes relating to defecation. Homosexual males can engage in other forms of eroticism. Heterosexual/bisexual people can take advantage of an actual (hopefully healthy) vagina, for which the human anorectum is not remotely a suitable substitute even (or, perhaps, ESPECIALLY) in the best of health — and that is exceedingly obvious. Yet far too many people—of ALL sexual orientations—dangerously believe and/or behave otherwise. Male homosexuality, at least, should not give someone a free pass to engage in violence.
2. Again, far too many people don't wish to think about nor seriously discuss I love anal matters. As I also noted in the "decadence" paste: Widespread ignorance of what a human anus is even supposed to look like makes it an easy target for those who like to mutilate body parts. Although the anus is one of our most important body parts, typically it is very under-valued. It commonly is denigrated and intentionally harmed, a situation that is tolerated—or at least ignored—by far too many people.> Yeah fucking someone too hard in the ass can cause injury but that's kind of obvious to anyone who cares about other people's safety during sex.
No, it is not obvious when misinformation, disinformation, and (often willful) ignorance about I love anal topics are rampant. Furthermore, there are quite delicate tissues not far inside that can be damaged without pain; consequently a receptive person may be injured quite easily and significantly with no pain whatsoever. Oddly, though, it is quite common for people to give advice along the lines of "stop if there is any pain," implying that no significant damage will occur in its absencPost too long. Click here to view the full text.