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    No More Anal Sex
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    Missy38 posted:
    My husband and I have been together for eighteen years (since I was 18). For the past ten + years we have enjoyed anal sex regularly. Recently I have found out that he feels it is not proper. I am distraught at this, I dont know how to convince him there is nothing wrong with what we both have enjoyed for so long.
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    dfromspencer responded:
    Hi, Missy

    You say your husband enjoyed this with you, for 18 years? And suddenly he doesn't think it proper? I think he's a little late telling you, isn't he?

    Just tell him to relax, and enjoy it. If he hadn't of enjoyed it, why did he do it for 18 years??? There is NOTHING wrong with having anal sex!!!

    Good luck!!!

    Dennis


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