Why are men so afraid of their own backside? The Guyliner asks real men why they do and don't experiment with anal and explains what to do if you're interested in getting to know your prostate. Will we ever put our little hangups about the male G-spot behind us?
While your butt size is largely determined by genetics, which dictate where you store fat, science provides plenty of reasons to L-O-V-E every inch of whatever your momma gave you, according to Pamela M. Peeke, M. And if you're on Team Tiny Tush?
Verified by Psychology Today. Evolution of the Self. The limited quantitative research undertaken on the subject hardly permits a definitive answer.
Subscribe To Our Newsletter! They will often debate the qualities of each feature when together in a locker room or at a bar. But did you know there is actually empirical research on whether men prefer booty or boobs? In Study 1men were asked to first self-report their preference by rating their preference on a visual scale.
In fact, that very possibility might explain why something like 60 percent of the adult population has never once, in our entire boring little lives, dared to have anal sex, let alone place our tongue, however gingerly, on or about the butt hole of another person. I get that. And for straight men, the numbers are even smaller.
Many women wonder what it is with the male fascination with heterosexual anal sex. Men seem to fantasize obsessively about anal sex. Hundreds of porn movies are made every year fetishizing anal sex.
What exactly is happening? Or, as one guy tells me, he was simply never taught proper butthole-cleaning techniques. A majority of men and girlfriends who show up in Reddit threads regarding this subject say they never learned how to wipe properly in the first place.
Thick or thin? Sporty or stylish? I will say, however, these preferences can sometimes reveal deeper aspects of your character.
Science is currently trying to figure out why so-called prostate orgasms feel so intense—but, frankly, the why is unimportant. So, I talked with Sex and Relationships coach Dr. Charlie Glickman, PhD, who literally wrote the book on prostate pleasure to explain just how to enjoy this under-appreciated erogenous zone.