TJ, a 35-year-old, confidently heterosexual man, felt secure in his two-year relationship with his girlfriend. But he was keeping a secret: he’d begun to experiment with anal sex, and he wanted his partner to join him.
“I had trouble asking for it at first, and still do,” said TJ, who asked to remain anonymous. “I’m trying to let go and enjoy being taken. It’s not something I’d want my friends to know, but I’m starting to care less these days.”
Ah, the great, long orgasm battle between man vs woman. One of life’s greatest mysteries of understanding what the opposite sex experiences during an orgasm.
In the past 3 years working onLioness and talking about the data of orgasms, we get a lot of questions about male vs female orgasms: “How do women orgasm?” "What does an orgasm feel like for women?" “Are orgasms better for men or women?” “Why are women’s orgasms more complicated than men’s?” “Can men use the Lioness?”
For a while, I could only refer to different scientific papers and models which gets overwhelming even for me to fully understand all the schools of thought...
That’s right, I’m writing a whole post about showing you my anal orgasm data in response to your sassy question. And even better, I’m going to show you what the anal orgasm data looks like compared to my vaginal orgasm data from the same session through double penetration.
I wouldn’t say I’m the master or a connoisseur of anal, but I do enjoy the extra stimulation every now and then when I’m in the mood. I’ve found that a great place to start is self-love with anal toys. This way, you get a better understanding of your own body’s workings and preferences that you can extend to a partner when/if you’re ready. So, for anyone interested in dabbling in anal sex and looking for a quick, beginner anal guide, welcome!
In our time developing Lioness, we’ve had a number of interested folks ask if they can use Lioness the same way they’d use a butt plug, and if so, how they would use Lioness as a butt plug. The short answer is yes! Here's how.