Strap-on Sex: Am I Homosexual?

Some men are more curious than others. The talk of strap-on sex can make some men cringe, as society often links the use of such a tool to feelings of homosexuality, but open-minded men may have a very sensitive g-spot and enjoy experimenting in this area. So if you are heterosexual and fantasize about strap-on sex, you may be wondering, does it mean I am homosexual? Bisexuality might be a better label, but even this label can be confusing for a sexually open man, since bisexuals enjoy sex with both men and women.

Why The Curiosity With The Ass

Who knows! Your g-spot may be extra sensitive and requires only slight stimulation. There are tons of sex toys suitable for men, women and couples, including butt plugs, but are they enough to satisfy your thirst for taboo sex? For her, the great thing about strap-on sex is knowing that it provides a better workout for her ass than her regular spinning class.  A lot of women may not consent to such an act, which is why it is important to communicate with a partner at the beginning of a relationship, since there’s no point having a fantasy that may never become a reality, and being too scared to discuss it with a partner could leave you feeling half-hearted in the bedroom.

The next worry about strap-on sex is the judgment from others, if it were to spread amongst the gossiping crowd? To be honest, unless a person is comfortable in his or her sexuality, there is no need to judge another. Judgment often stems from curiosity, so the knowledge that someone is actually stepping out of his or her comfort zone to try something new is incredibly threatening to conventional souls who follow the usual crowd.

Having Strap-on Sex

  1. Strap-on sex is not regular sex; so do not try it spontaneously. Plan this scene in advance. Going on a one-day water fast is a great way to cleanse the colon and remove old fecal matter, but hot water and lemon juice can offer the same benefits. Psyllium husks are a useful supplement to cleanse the colon.
  2. Shower thoroughly, since you want to avoid the appearance of feces on the dildo during strap-on sex.
  3. Use a condom, as the anus can often bleed during anal sex.
  4. Ask a partner to go slowly, since strap-on sex could be painful in parts.

If you have a curious mind and want to experience strap-on sex with a partner, do not feel guilty about this fact, nor are you homosexual to have such a need. Go with your instincts, plan the event in advance, and have fun! A downside to strap-on sex is the overall expense of the item, but expect to pay approximately $40 to $100 for the entire kit, dependent on your chosen sex shop.

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About the author: Audacious Angel

I write erotica under the pseudonym, Audacious Angel. I am also the author of "The Horny Book of Happiness", a fun empowering sex guide for men, women and couples, available as an eBook on Bibliocracy, Smashwords, and Kindle, paperback on Amazon, or hardback on Lulu. I run a sexually informative website, "Girl With A Dirty Mind" and health and fitness website, "Tough Workouts." I enjoy writing content on sexuality, spirituality, and health and fitness.


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