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I was curious about anal for I have been pressured to try it. Due to my educational background I continue to bulk and was wondering how many with similar education background try anal vs. no medical education. I'm soffy if I confused any one.
I was trained as a nurse a long time ago, and I keep up with more modern updated and enlightened views of things. I am also a Lactation Consultant and a lot of the things I learned while training as a nurse about breastfeeding was simply completely wrong, ignorant and based on someone's bias, not fact.
I did my own research about anal sex, and overcame the fear and BS that they tried to instill in me (although, honestly, they scared us more about breastfeeding, something virtually EVERY woman can do, with help, than they ever did about anal sex. I don't remember anal sex being mentioned more than once or twice. Of course, taking care of impacted feces, which we just let the Residents take care of most of the time (which has NOTHING to do with anal sex, anal doesn't impact feces, if anything is loosens things up) to "foreign objects in the rectum" which, of course an MD has to be present to work with etc.
I've done my own research, and know that, when done properly, harm will not be done to the body by either anal sex or "fisting." (Which most of the time doesn't involve an actual fist, more than a hand in a more relaxed position.)
I enjoy both and the latest non biased medical data concludes both can be performed on most people in a safe way. (not all, some people simply can't engage in receptive anal sex, although all vaginas can stretch temporarily for "fisting.)