The Kink

Men Like Butt Stuff

If you’ve seen Deadpool, I am sure you remember the scene where Deadpool’s girlfriend had him on all fours, ready to celebrate International Women’s Day with a strap-on. A typical, heterosexual guy will not admit it, but they do like butt stuff. In fact,  according to the report, Sexual Behavior, Sexual Attraction and Sexual Identity in the United States, it was found that 44% of straight men between the ages of 15 and 44 had received anal sex. Some guys may not be comfortable going there or might think of it as a homosexual act. They might hold the “it’s an out only hole” or they might hold the “ew” factor. But it is an adventure worth trying, if you are willing venture into that territory.

Why can butt stuff be so enjoyable to a man? The prostate is a gland that surrounds the neck of the bladder, and can be felt through the rectum wall. This gland is considered a man’s G-spot. With the right stimulation, men can be brought to orgasm just through a “prostate massage,” the act of stroking the prostate through the wall of the rectum.

Intrigued yet? If you are ready to put away all thoughts of what might come out and give your man an experience that will blow his mind, I highly encourage you to try anal with your man. Plus, it will give him an idea of what it is like to be on the receiving end. Here are some tips on easing him into that unknown territory.

  1. Use lube
    This seems like a no- brainer, but it is highly important. It’s like trying to have sex, but you aren’t turned on yet so it’s dry. Not only to mention that , but the hole is a lot tighter. Lube will help ease whatever means of exploring into his rectum.
  2. Start small
    Don’t go shoving a big black dildo into your man’s butt right away. That will cause a lot of pain, and will most likely dispel him from ever wanting to try it again. Start with your fingers. If you are worried about the “ew” factor, throw a condom on your digits. Buy anal beads or a butt plug. They are designed to help ease men and women into adjusting to size.
  3. Give him a prostate massage
    If he’s unsure about venturing into the unknown territory, use your fingers and give him a prostate massage. Stick one or two fingers in and use the “come hither” motion, much like your partner will do to you to hit your G-Spot. Use your hand or mouth on his member simultaneously. I guarantee it will make him squirm and come harder than he ever has before.

If you use these tips, I can guarantee convincing your man to bring a strap-on into the bedroom will be a piece-of-cake!


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