Sunday, September 1, 2013

Solutions

"You see what I have to put up with, Kendra, he walks around like this every time he wears the uniform."

"Oh, it's unsightly, I know, but I told you to use a chastity cage, didn't I?"


2 comments:

  1. Why do so many people still deny the facts about anal sex? When done properly, it is a good, healthy, and safe way to have sex. Any man who has had his prostate massaged during or before sex knows that the orgasm was much more intense and satisfying.

    For women, anal sex is a viable alternative when they are on their period, or during pregnancy.

    Unfortunately there is a group of people who have taken writings from the Bible and used them out of context in the modern era. Claiming that anal sex is a sin, or that it is not natural, goes against logic and biology. If anal sex were not natural, then there would not be a "male G-spot" located where it can only receive maximum stimulation via anal sex. That's right people, the prostate is the "male G-spot", and it located behind the wall of the anus.

    I have even written a book on the subject of anal sex and prostate stimulation. It is called "Down Under: The Complete Guide to Pegging and Anal Play".

    If anyone is interested in an in-depth discussion on anal sex, and why it is healthy for men to receive anal stimulation on a regular basis, read my book.

    Available at www.altsexmagazine.com

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  2. The Taboo about Anal Sex can be blamed on the Church.
    The Roman Empire was pretty wild as it fell and Anal Sex was an accepted form.
    As The Holy Roman Church gained power it wanted to destroy as much of the Roman Empire as it could, because of all the persecution of Christians during the Empires Peak.

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