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What a Great Experience this group has become. The kinship in Brotherhood. There is such a diverse range of topics. This is the place we can be as open as we want to be... Everyone is welcome to join, but it is not a place to Cruise. It's for sharing sexual questions and comments among men.
I didn't look at the pics, but the source of your problem is in your question. Rough anal sex. The anus tears fairly easily and if you continue to have rough anal sex, I suggest buying a high quality and long lasting lube to prevent future injury. The swelling will go down and should be completely gone in several days.
thanks, i hope that's all it is. the pics aren't that gross, c'mon! anyway yeah i think we used a water based lube and it wore off quickly; i didn't take enough precautions. i guess if nothing changes in a few days i will schedule a doctor's visit?
hey, I know this was about a year ago but how did this heal up? I am experiencing the same thing now. It was mmy first time and now it feels like I have a little ball in between my cheeks...### embarrassing!###
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