Yeah, they can! In cisgender men and people assigned male at birth, anal sex can stimulate the prostate and lead to an orgasm. Prostate orgasms are intense enough to send waves of orgasmic pleasure from head to toe. For cisgender women and people assigned female at birth, anal sex can hit two hot spots: the G-spot and A-spot. Both are located along the vaginal wall but can be indirectly stimulated during anal.
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Question: Hi! I've never tried anal sex. I just want to know if the anus is an erogenous zone for women? Answer: Hi love, Thank you for asking! Anal play rimming, fingering, penetration can be pleasurable for anyone! First thing to remember is that anal play does not have to include any penetration. Rimming, for example, is the act of using the mouth, lips, tongue on the rim anal opening. This is also known as analingus. Some people also receive pleasure from simply rubbing with a finger or licking without any penetration.
But Wait... Doesn't Anal Sex Hurt?
It can feel like anal sex for women is the final frontier. But still, for some, anal is a big deal. But the fact remains that not only have many women tried it, but many women like anal sex. As Sinclair explains, not only is this narrative false, but it's also problematic in more than one way. For instance: that men have a bigger libido than women, that men coerce women into engaging in certain activities in the bedroom, etc. Such a narrative isn't just disingenuous, but puts limitations on what women are "allowed" to find pleasurable. While there's still that a taboo attached to it, the anal sex conversation is being had more and more. During the heyday of Sex and the City , it was addressed a couple times with Samantha Jones saying it felt good with lots of lube! It might be safe to say that we've — finally! So do women like anal sex?
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. In a way, anal sex is like cilantro: some people find it scrumptious in moderation, while others tried it once, absolutely hated it, and vowed to avoid it forever. Like cilantro haters-turned-lovers, there's a subset of people who swear you can acquire a taste for anal sex if you do it enough. So, what gives? Why do some people find anal sex pleasurable , while others just don't? For starters, it's pretty common to find receiving anal sex uncomfortable or painful, at least at first. In a study on 68 women who have had anal sex,