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    Ass to mouth
    donrich posted:
    Virtually everything I read on the net about ass-to-mouth, ass-to-vagina, and anal sex says that it is extremely dangerous. What I am reading sounds credible and makes sense: Never do anal without a condom, and never go from ass to mouth or vagina. Yet I see so many porn flicks that ignore this advice and do all of these things on a regular basis. Ass to mouth has become as common as anal intercourse without a condom. And lately, I have seen quite a few videos where a guy will continually go from ass to vagina and back several times. All of this is happening in real time. There are no breaks in the action, which convince that what I am seeing is real. So the question is how can they continue to do this if it makes them seriously ill? I've seen individual women who do a lot of anal and a lot of ass to mouth. I can't believe they would continue to do this if the danger was real and actually occurred. Are these women purposely getting sick every time they make a video or do we need to restudy the risks associated with anal to mouth or vagina?
    jhmlewis responded:
    Porn is not real life. Actresses fast, undergo an enema treatment, and "douche" / clean up prior to these scenes. I am not sure doing all this would be fun in real life, but never confuse porn with real sex (unless an enema is your thing )

    Licking ass is OK IF everything is thoroughly clean and fresh. Anal sex without a condom is an extremely bad idea. Sex without a condom, with a non-tested partner is a bad idea in general.
    sluggo45692 responded:
    Like jhmlewis stated, "Porn is not real life." Those "actors" are getting paid and doing other things behind the camera that you can't see. Medically speaking, all the information you stated about anal sex is true. You can cause big problems for yourself and your partner. If you partake in any anal, be clean, safe, and think with the big head. You won't get it again if you give your gf a UTI or PID. I did have a friend get an e-coli pneumonia from a slip of the tongue. We both were lab techs and tested the stuff he coughed up.
    I have enjoyed anal sex for years, but I always am careful with my partners. I know I can cause an infection and have done it in the past. Not from going back to front or direct contact, but I spread it with to much external moisture. Believe me, I wash both of us up really well before and after.
    Here's one of my favorite questions: Do you know why Nature made poop stink?

    So mankind wouldn't eat it.

    Think about it.

    Good Luck
    kramer1961 replied to sluggo45692's response:
    my partner and I do anal without a condom, but then we're married and aren't worried that the other has diseases. What we wouldn't do though is go from anal to vaginal or to mouth, at least not without thoroughly washing first, which is kind of a mood breaker. Generally then, we do anal last if we're going to do it.

    As others have pointed out, don't believe what you see in the movies. There's no death star either btw....I mean, both of them were destroyed, right?

    kramer1961 replied to kramer1961's response:
    Just for the record sluggo et al, there are people who eat poop, animals eat poop, and plants certainly eat poop. There is a lot of poop eating going on. I'm not an advocate of it, I report, you decide
    dfromspencer replied to kramer1961's response:
    Ok, you reported it, and now I am deciding it stinks!!! It all stinks! All poop stinks, so I will never, not for a bajillion bucks, will I ever eat it!!!
    jhmlewis replied to kramer1961's response:
    My partner and I *used* to do it without a condom (we're lifetime committed partners). Although we're both STD squeaky clean, the concern here is non-traditional STDs, like a good old fashion e-coli induced bladder infection, and that's exactly what happened to me a while back. So, it's condoms only now when we do anal.
    sluggo45692 replied to kramer1961's response:
    Yea some people eat it, but they aren't normal. I know we ingest fecal matter with our food stuffs. Black pepper, mushrooms, any ground touching veggie can carry fecal matter. That's why we try to sanitize and clean our food. We can't get every thing. I even seen a scientist irradiate a pile of poop and said it's safe to eat. I would had him a spoon and so go for it. I'm not and won't on purpose eat poop. No I don't buy those coffee beans picked out of animal poop.

    Good Luck
    georgiagail replied to sluggo45692's response:
    "animals eat poop"

    Dogs also roll in dead squirrels. Is that something you also plan on doing because a dog likes to do this?

    kramer1961 replied to georgiagail's response:
    Gail, I think you've missed my point.
    georgiagail replied to kramer1961's response:
    No; I didn't.

    kramer1961 replied to georgiagail's response:
    "Dogs also roll in dead squirrels. Is that something you also plan on doing because a dog likes to do this?"

    Yes actually you did miss the point. As shown above, you say, "also plan" implying that I have plans to eat poop, when in fact I said, " There is a lot of poop eating going on. I'm not an advocate of it"

    So you either misunderstood, or willfully misunderstood.

    dexter836 responded:
    yes what u see in porn is real but they edit it alot...they can clean up without u ever seeing itt...i love watching it too ..but i can never lick no girls ass no matter how fine she is or how she wash..far as me licking that pussy i can do that till i get lock jaw
    kramer1961 replied to dexter836's response:
    Its funny, but anal seems to be all the rage now between couples, at least in porn. We have fun from time to time in the ol' poop chute, and both of us orgasm easily that way.

    The whole squirting thing is big too. I think its a great thing for women who do that to get comfortable with it, and the men too, but honestly every girl now seems to be a shower facility. Its a bit much.

    donrich replied to jhmlewis's response:
    Of course porn is not real. But guys putting their penis in a woman's anus without a condom IS REAL. And taking his penis out of her anus and putting it in her mouth IS REAL. And alternating between her vagina and anus IS REAL. Are you saying they avoid the e-coli and other bacteria by first doing an enema? The articles I have been reading say that is not enough because new e-coli and bacteria are constantly being produced even after much has been flushed away with an enema. So I'll go back to my original question. Are the warnings grossly exaggerated or are all these porn stars sicker than hell most of the time? While it is accepted that most porn actors will do almost anything for money, I don't think you could pay them to walk across a busy and dangerous intersection without looking both ways. They are not going to engage in porn scenes if the danger is what so many are making it out to be. Is it at dangerous as playing Russian Roulette or flying in a plane?

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