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Old 05-29-2009, 08:50 AM   #11
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I have noticed that yes I do feel the gush of cum from younger guys but not older ones. I guess that has something to do with intensity and velocity of the orgasm. What I love the feeling of the most is cum all over me and people seeing it. I had to walk through the mall once with cum all over my face and hair and it was hot. I had sucked this guy in a leather goods store that was a good 200 yards from the men's room and he covered me with a torrential gusher of cosmic magnitude. People just stared and couldn't believe their eyes.
Yes Cum can feel very good.

I dont think I could ever walk around with sex smells/juices on me lol. Much less cum! I get paranoid and double check in the mirror, buy gum, mouthwash, etc

imagine having cock/pussy breath? lol
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Old 03-10-2011, 01:52 PM   #12
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well i experienced this before and i have to say the first time you experience this will feel very weird. if you are a chicken like me you would have to keep trying because it hurts so much at first.

it actually took me a month to finally go all the way...everytime it was half way i chickened out.

at first you are going to feel the same you feel when you take a shit....your ass is not used to feeling anything else so this is normal. after a couple times of penetration you will learn to let go-remember, if youget tensed up you are not going to feel the plessure you should feel during anal sex- in time you will learn to loosen up and just let him fuck you.

you might want to be on top the first few times because this gives you control and only you can know what bothers you and what dont...later on let him do it doggy style and let him fuck you.
i dont know what people are talking about when they say that the ass does not get wet, but it does...i lubricate alot through my ass and it feels soooooo gooooooddddddd.

i love it....specially when he's hitting you hard and his balls are crashing against your clitoris and vagina as he's doing you...oh man, it is so good.

so to answer your question, after getting your ass used to being played with, it feels great to be fucked through the ass by a man specially when he knows what he is doing



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Old 03-10-2011, 02:01 PM   #13
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.I am a gay male and although I have heard some guys talk about how they would never bottom for another guy because either it hurts or a guys dick is too big, I am the kind of guy that enjoys it very much. It's not about being a whore or a butt slut. I believe the way I enjoy getting fucked my a very hung passionate guy is the same way a woman feels when she has sex with a man. Yes I have had my share of good and bad sex when it comes to getting fucked in the ass, but when I get the good, I swear that's all I can think about. I think all people, male and female have their tolerances, such as females that don't like to get fucked because it hurts. Well that being the same with males, you just have to learn how to enjoy it, how to take it slow, really get into it and just be careful while you are doing it. Always use plenty of lubrication and I don't know if this is the same for everyone, but no matter the size of the mans penis, the initial insertion sends a very sharp pain through my ass at first, then I rub my ass and play it off till it goes away, then I am ready to go. It can feel very incredible if your partner knows what he is doing and he is a very caring and giving person. What happens with me is the guys penis (usually) will stimulate my prostate, then makes me erect and when I ejaculate while the guy is fucking me, it is 10 x more intense as long as he is still pumping away, ideally if he is getting ready to cum right after you do. It's the worst feeling for me if the guy cums first or if he pulls out to jerk off just right when I was getting the best of it and ready to cum myself. The best way that I have found to take it initially is just to take it 'Doggie Style" slowly or ride it till you get comfortable, then do whatever the hell you want. My personal favorite is to have my legs over the guys shoulders while his chest is pressed against mine but everyone will have a different preference. Sometimes I'll just want the guy on top of me while I am lying on my stomach and have his hand over my mouth while he just bones the hell out of me. If you haven't tried gun grease, I recommend you do. It's the name of the lubrication. If you are trying this for the first time, eat very light a few days before and drink alot of water. If you still have an un-fresh feeling, douche your ass with warm water. I've also found if you don't want to waste time with trying to get it in your ass and the guy is getting as frustrated as you are, get a few various sized butt plugs to loosen yourself up first. That way when he goes to fuck you, you're not wasting any precious time and you don't have to go through that embarrassing moment of the initial pain that insertion may cause to some guys. Definitely use a condom your first time, and always for that matter. rectal bleeding occurs more than vaginal bleeding because obviously ass is tighter and even though the tears can be very small and probably go un-noticed, std's can be transferred very easily this way. so if you want to take cock in your ass, enjoy your first time! Just be careful, take your time and always use a condom! Especially if you don't know the dude!
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Smile Cum in the ass

It feels wonderful to walk around after having someone cum bareback in your ass.

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Old 03-29-2011, 02:46 PM   #15
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it is strang and want to take this thing inside out of your ass.
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Old 03-31-2011, 04:28 PM   #16
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Barebacking in the Gay Community

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From Rick Sowadsky, M.S.P.H.

June 19, 2009

The term barebacking generally refers to gay men engaging in unprotected anal intercourse. Barebacking has both its benefits and its drawbacks:

The benefits of barebacking:


Barebacking simply feels better, it's more enjoyable and more pleasurable, than protected anal intercourse.

Barebacking leads to greater intimacy between men during intercourse.

Barebacking is more spontaneous than protected sex. There is no need to bother with using condoms.

Barebacking is less expensive than having protected intercourse. Using condoms can be expensive, especially if you are on a limited income.

If both men are not infected with HIV, nor any other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), barebacking is 100% safe from infectious diseases. In this case, barebacking falls under the category of "safe sex."

Barebacking can sometimes promote monogamy. If two men are monogamous and uninfected, the ability to safely bareback gives them an incentive to stay monogamous with one another. Barebacking also strengthens the emotional ties between a gay couple.
The drawbacks of barebacking:


If you bareback with a person who is infected with HIV or another STD (even if they do not have any noticeable symptoms), you can become infected and get sick from these diseases. Getting sick from HIV/AIDS and other STDs is not a pleasant experience!

If you bareback with a person who is infected with HIV or another potentially fatal STD (such as hepatitis B), you can die from these diseases.

If you are infected with HIV or another STD, and you bareback, you can infect other people (including those you care the most about, such as your lover and your friends).
Why do gay men bareback, despite the possible risks? There are many reasons for this, including:


Some men no longer fear HIV/AIDS. Some men think that if you just take a few pills everyday (i.e., taking HIV medications), HIV/AIDS is not a problem, it is fully manageable, and it is easy to live with. But talk to many people who have HIV/AIDS and they will tell you a very different story!

Some men live only for today, and don't think about the future. Some men think that they need to do everything they can in their life now, since they don't expect to live very long.

Some men are dealing with low self-esteem issues. They don't think that their health, or their life, is worth protecting. Low self-esteem is common in the gay community, and is often related to the way that society treats gay men.

For some men, they believe that "if it feels good, do it." Some men are willing to take their chances, and the consequences.

Some men who are already HIV positive think that they no longer need to use condoms, and are unaware of the health consequences of HIV reinfection and the risks of other STDs.

Some men are in denial that they will ever get infected with HIV or any other STD.

Some men simply enjoy barebacking better, and think that barebacking is worth the risk. Some men prefer the "skin-to-skin contact," regardless of the risk.

Some men simply hate using condoms. Men complain about condoms giving them less sensation, and they also complain that they are more likely to lose their erections while using condoms. Some men also find putting on condoms to be a hassle. A common complaint is that condoms interfere with sex play.

Some men hear that "everyone else" is barebacking these days, so they are willing to do it too.

When someone is drunk or high on drugs or alcohol, he is more likely to bareback. The overall rates of drug and alcohol use (and abuse) are high in the gay community.

Some men are totally unaware of the risks of STDs other than HIV. Although a lot of effort had previously been taken to educate gay men about HIV, almost no effort has been made to educate gay men about other STDs. Besides HIV, other STDs that can be transmitted through barebacking include gonorrhea, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, genital/anal warts, herpes, syphilis and others. Some of these STDs are incurable (like herpes and genital/anal warts), and some are potentially fatal (like hepatitis B and hepatitis C).

Some men are so sick of hearing about HIV/AIDS, that they just ignore the whole issue.

For some men, if their partner does not bring up the subject of HIV or other STDs, they will just assume that their partner is not infected, and that barebacking would be safe. Some men think that, "if he were positive, he would tell me." This is a dangerous assumption to make, since some men with HIV, or other STDs, will not tell their partner ahead of time that they are infected. This is often due to the fear of rejection, embarrassment, denial, and other reasons.

Some men are more likely to bareback with their lovers, or other guys they personally know. Barebacking is used as a way to show intimacy, sharing, and caring between men. The exchange of semen is seen as a way to emotionally bind two men together. Condoms are sometimes seen as a barrier to intimacy.

If a man is not worried about getting HIV, chances are very good he isn't worried about getting other STDs either.

Some men get completely caught up in the "heat of the moment" and end up having unprotected sex, even though they weren't planning to bareback. Sometimes when a man gets in the mood, his sexual desires overtake his rational thinking.

Some men will bareback as long as they are the top partner. There is a common myth that only the bottom partner can get infected during anal intercourse, and that it's safe to bareback as the top partner. This is not true. In reality, when having intercourse with a person who has HIV or another STD, the top partner is at high risk, and the bottom partner is at even higher risk. Note that neither partner is at low risk of infection.

In young gay men specifically, they have not experienced the loss, devastation, and death of their lovers and friends (caused by AIDS), that many older gay men have endured. Therefore, younger gay men are less scared of HIV/AIDS, and therefore, are less likely to protect themselves from HIV infection.

Even among older gay men, safer sex rates are starting to decrease, and barebacking is on the increase. This is because, realistically, it's difficult for men to use condoms every time they have sex with every partner over a prolonged period of time (months, years, or even a lifetime). Telling a man to use condoms with every single partner, every single time he has sex, for the rest of his life, is a major challenge (and for some men, a very unrealistic goal). Unless there is ongoing education and intervention, it is not surprising if men use condoms less and less as time goes on.

It has been suggested that barebacking is a form of rebellion. Gay men hear over and over that they "have to" use condoms. For some men, barebacking is their way of rebelling against "the establishment" telling them what they can, and cannot do.

A guy may bareback if his partner tells him that he has tested negative for HIV. But this does not necessarily mean that barebacking is safe. First of all, since it takes an average of three months for an HIV test to accurately show if someone's HIV positive (and it can take up to six months for some people), a negative test does not always mean that a person is not infected (if they got tested before three months). Also, if a guy who has tested HIV negative has put himself at risk again (even one time), his negative test result would no longer be valid, and he would need to be tested all over again. In addition, some men who have not been tested for HIV recently (or who have never been tested for HIV at all) will tell other men that they tested negative, as a way to get other guys to bareback with them (in other words, as a "pick-up line"). Finally, even if a guy is not infected with HIV, he may still be infected with other STDs. Barebacking would only be safe if a man tests negative for both HIV and other STDs, three months and, just to be sure, at six months or more after his last possible exposure to these diseases.

There are even a small number of men who are purposely going out to get themselves infected with HIV. These men are known as "bug chasers" (see below).
Although much less common, there are some HIV-negative men who willingly bareback with other men who they know are HIV positive (even when they know the risks). There are many reasons for this including:


Some men like to "live life on the edge," and get pleasure out of taking their chances. You can say that these men are "sexual daredevils."

If a guy's boyfriend is HIV positive, he is sometimes willing to bareback with his boyfriend as a way of demonstrating his love, even though he knows that he can become infected himself.

Some men do not mind getting infected, as long as they get infected only from their boyfriend. They see HIV as a special way to further bond their relationship with their lover.

HIV-positive men often have their own social circles and friendships. Some men allow themselves to get infected in order to get into these social circles. Being HIV positive can give some men a "sense of belonging." Some HIV-negative men have also commented that "people with HIV get all the attention, so why am I missing out?"

Being positive sometimes brings with it an increase in social services and benefits (housing, food, public assistance, etc.). A person who is HIV positive sometimes qualifies for more social services than someone who is not infected.

Some men simply do not care whether they get infected or not.

Some men think that if they get infected, they will no longer need to use condoms (not knowing about the problems associated with HIV reinfection, or other STDs).

Some gay men are fatalistic. Some of them think that getting HIV is inevitable, so they do not try to avoid it. Some men feel that trying to stay HIV negative is too stressful, and ultimately allow themselves to get infected in order to "just get it over with." There are even some men who think that AIDS is "just part of being gay."
There are several slang terms you may sometimes hear related to barebacking:

Barebacking parties = group sex parties where condoms are not allowed to be used. There are different types of barebacking parties:

all positive barebacking parties (where everyone at the party is HIV positive)

all negative barebacking parties (where everyone is supposedly HIV negative)

Conversion parties (see below)

Russian Roulette parties (see below)
Bug chasers = men looking to get themselves infected with HIV.

Gift givers = men with HIV who are willing to infect bug chasers.

The gift = HIV

Conversion parties = group sex parties where bug chasers allow themselves to get infected by gift givers.

Russian Roulette parties = barebacking parties with both positive and negative men. Negative men take their chances that they will be infected when having sex with the positive men there. Depending on the circumstances, the participants may or may not know ahead of time who is positive and who is negative.

Bug brothers = a group of positive men.

Charged cum or poz cum = semen from an HIV-positive man.

Fuck of death = intercourse where HIV infection takes place.

There are even websites dedicated to barebacking. Some of those sites are shown below. WARNING: These are adult-oriented sites and should only be viewed by adults who are not offended by graphic sexual materials.

Bareback Jack's
http://www.barebackjack.com

My Bareback Blog
www.mybarebackblog.com/
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The 6 items on the benefit list are BULLSHIT! Anyone who is willing to risk his health like this must be a stupid dumbass!
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If both men are not infected with HIV, nor any other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), barebacking is 100% safe from infectious diseases. In this case, barebacking falls under the category of "safe sex."
I'm sure I've said it before, possibly in this forum. The risk of bladder infection is high when barebacking: enzymes exist in the bowel designed to break down matter like meat, if they enter the urethra, a painful bladder infection can occur. I know this from personal experience. To make it sound like it's a perfectly safe factor is completely asinine [no pun intended].
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I'm sure I've said it before, possibly in this forum. The risk of bladder infection is high when barebacking: enzymes exist in the bowel designed to break down matter like meat, if they enter the urethra, a painful bladder infection can occur. I know this from personal experience. To make it sound like it's a perfectly safe factor is completely asinine [no pun intended].
barebacking is a personal thing.if u want to do it then do it. cum feel good going and out
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barebacking is a personal thing.if u want to do it then do it. cum feel good going and out
I'll agree it's a personal choice.......one with no regards to your own health & safety or that of others.
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