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To explore expectations, experiences and circumstances of anal sex among young people. Qualitative, longitudinal study using individual and group interviews. Anal heterosex often appeared to be painful, risky and coercive, particularly for women. It seemed that men were expected to persuade or coerce reluctant partners. Young people's narratives normalised coercive, painful and unsafe anal heterosex. This study suggests an urgent need for harm reduction efforts targeting anal sex to help encourage discussion about mutuality and consent, reduce risky and painful techniques and challenge views that normalise coercion. This study uses a large qualitative sample from three diverse sites in England and is the first to capture a wide range of circumstances around and reasons for engaging in anal sex among men and women between the ages of 16 and Analysis explores experiences in depth, going beyond simplistic explanations linking motivations for anal sex with pornography. The study shows that young people's narratives about anal sex contained ideas normalising coercive, painful and unsafe anal sex. These ideas could be addressed in health promotion work.
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Pop quiz! Lots of women who've been there and done that say it's a welcome addition to their sexual repertoire. But just like you must walk before you can run, you must have some sort of anal foreplay before you go for the full monty of anal sex.
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The sender was a girlfriend who has three daughters. She was upset. I texted back to find out what she was talking about and this is what I learned:. Teen Vogue , the off-shoot of Vogue which exists as an old-school print publication in America as well as a digital brand, has a sex columnist called Gigi Engle who writes about sex regularly for them. The story is actually fine. In a way. It's instructive and informative. It begins with lots of disclaimers and justifications for why Teen Vogue is publishing it in the first place:. If you do have "penis in the vagina" sex and are curious about something else, or are finding that that type of sex is not for you and you'd just like to explore other options, it's helpful to know the facts. Even if you do learn more and decide anal sex is not a thing you'd like to try, it doesn't hurt to have the information.
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January 16, pm Updated February 26, pm. Bastian Seidel told the ABC he has seen first-hand how copying behavior seen on porn videos can go dangerously wrong. The year-old was left with nerve damage to her bowel and can no longer cope with hugging her mom because she was so traumatized by the rape. Experts and teachers have all agreed that porn-addicted men are making their girlfriends suffer in an attempt to copy what they see online. Porn education organization Reality And Risk told the broadcaster its research showed that close to 90 percent of the most popular porn viewed includes physical aggression. This issue has also been delved into by Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology senior lecturer Meagan Tyler, who said overseas pornographers, particularly in the US, have deliberately made their content more violent. She said many producers would say the porn they put out is based on demand from their mainly male viewers. Read Next. Survey uncovers rampant sexual harassment at UN. This story has been shared 70, times.
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The sender was a girlfriend who has three daughters. She was upset. I texted back to find out what she was talking about and this is what I learned:. Teen Vogue , the off-shoot of Vogue which exists as an old-school print publication in America as well as a digital brand, has a sex columnist called Gigi Engle who writes about sex regularly for them.

The story is actually fine. In a way. It's instructive and informative. It begins with lots of disclaimers and justifications for why Teen Vogue is publishing it in the first place:. If you do have "penis in the vagina" sex and are curious about something else, or are finding that that type of sex is not for you and you'd just like to explore other options, it's helpful to know the facts.

Even if you do learn more and decide anal sex is not a thing you'd like to try, it doesn't hurt to have the information. This has always been my approach to sex education. Information is power. All the research confirms that girls who are better educated about sex are more likely to feel confident enough to say no to things they don't want to do. The author of Teen Vogue 's anal sex story warns that anal is not something you can do quickly. She advocates for using lots of lubricant and a condom and warns that while you can't get pregnant via anal, you can catch diseases.

All good info. But my friend let's call her Jane - and many other mothers of Teen Vogue readers - remain horrified. Teen Vogue finishes the guide with the statement 'if it feels good do it'.

That's an appalling message! Like it's some kind of empowering thing! Perhaps she can run a story next month about the best designer diapers that Teen Vogue's young readers may require after they have torn and irreversibly damaged anus? A few things. Firstly, I'm almost certain Anna Wintour has nothing to do with this. As the editor-in-chief of Vogue and the editorial director of parent company Conde Nast, I can guarantee that year-old Wintour is not approving the stories published in Teen Vogue.

But this is not about Teen Vogue or even Anna. This is about my friend, and the mothers of young girls, feeling betrayed and despairing that there is no safe haven from the onslaught of porn culture coming at their daughters like one continuous freight train through pop culture and cyberspace.

And let's be honest. Anal sex is about porn culture. The mainstreaming of this particular sex act is directly linked to porn, something most boys - and girls - have been exposed to before they reach high school.

The way anal sex got into Teen Vogue is via porn. At this point, I should declare, I am wearing three hats as I look at the controversy that has blown up around this story. With the benefit of all my hats I can totally understand the horror.

Not about the act itself - whatever floats your boat, if it's consensual, no judgement. They just want to be desirable. Like everyone else. Very very little sex education is about female pleasure. It's far more likely to be based on fear avoid pregnancy! Young girls and women are now learning about what sex 'should' by like by watching porn. And that's terrifying. Remember your early sexual experiences? Often, they're more performative than enjoyable. You're trying to act and respond in the way you think you should.

It's in your head more than your body. What should I do? How should I sound? How does my body look to him? How does it feel for him? And for today's girls and young women, what's going through their heads on a loop is porn. That's their blueprint for what sex should be, how they should be. What they should like and how they should react. Enter anal sorry. The tone of this anal sex article which is only on the website, not in the magazine for commercial reasons - advertisers would freak out is that anal is simply another item on the menu But come on, it's not.

It never has been. For almost all women, anal sex is an acquired taste in the same way as brussel sprouts or offal that most women never acquire. Popular with a small minority. Not on the menu for most.

But in porn? It's as if every episode of Masterchef included offal and brussel sprouts as ingredients. Not representative. I also understand why anal sex is something Teen Vogue 's readers would want to know about. Of course!

Because Teen Vogue 's young female readers are not just quarantined into some kind of fashion ghetto where all they're interested in is handbags and shoes. That's why Teen Vogue also includes articles about politics. And sex. Young girls - like all women - are interested in a wide variety of information about a diverse range of topics that are relevant to them and their lived experience. And I would argue that anal sex is relevant to teen girls and is part of their lived experience - or will be as soon as they start experimenting sexually with boys - who, according to every expert, are now consuming porn from as young as nine years old and having their ideas about sex formed by it.

From the type of sex they see in porn, boys are clearly going to be misled into thinking all girls like anal. LOVE it, in fact. Because in porn, all women do! Just like women who aren't porn stars! Fancy that. Teen Vogue addresses none of this. Not really. They don't talk about the influence of porn. They don't talk about how to say no to a sex act you don't want to perform.

They don't talk about how to deal with it when your partner claims to have "slipped". Or how to tell him what you like and what you don't. Maybe they talk about this in other articles but the emotional aspect of navigating anal sex the article claims that there are lots of nerve endings in your anus and technically that may be true but The other big miss is information about hygiene and how important it is to not put any body part in or near a vagina after it's been near an anus.

That's just dangerous in terms of possible infections. Crucial information, that. As parents in , we have to talk to our kids about porn. Our sons and our daughters. We need them to know that the sex you see in porn is like the driving you see if you watch the Formula 1: extreme.

We also have to make sure they have access to information about different types of sex so they can be safe and healthy regardless of what they choose to do with their partner. Leave a comment.

The text came as I was leaving work. I texted back to find out what she was talking about and this is what I learned: Teen Vogue , the off-shoot of Vogue which exists as an old-school print publication in America as well as a digital brand, has a sex columnist called Gigi Engle who writes about sex regularly for them.

Mia Freedman. Listen Now. Mamamia Out Loud. I clicked on the link my friend sent me and this is what I saw: The story is actually fine. It begins with lots of disclaimers and justifications for why Teen Vogue is publishing it in the first place: "It's important that we talk about all kinds of sex because not everyone is having, or wants to have, "penis in the vagina" sex. I feel their fear and their fury. As a former Cosmo editor who wrote, edited and published more sealed sections than any human should.

As a mother of one sexually active young person who has consumed porn and two younger children who I know will be exposed to porn in the next few years. As a digital publisher whose job it is to create engaging content that women want to read.

Young girls don't need Teen Vogue to green light anal.



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