And it tastes like raw flesh. But it strikes a chord somewhere deep inside. Rosebuds are often seen as nice, delicate things. In popular culture, Rosebud often brings back memories of Citizen Kane. Worse than eating shit; worse than people engaging in sex with traffic cones and putting double fists into every orifice. The medical term for Rosebudding — anal prolapse — is actually much more dangerous and bizarre than the titles on the DVD boxes may lead you to believe. In general, an individual is immediately rushed to the emergency room when such an event happens. Sometimes honey is poured all over it. The act of rosebudding is, of course, something that has been around for a long time. I first became aware of it when I was 21 years old, alone at home and excited to try out my insanely fast new internet connection.
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Sometimes you have a sex question that's not just, you know, an idle passing thought. In America today, it's all about anal. It's not just a highly sought-after porn genre, though—more and more Americans are giving it the old college try IRL, too. As anal has increased in popularity, curiosity and concern about the potential long-term effects of being on the receiving end of it—or, as some call it, "bottoming"—have also spiked. I've seen this firsthand in my work as a sex educator, where questions on this topic have been on an upward trend, both in my classes and in my email inbox. The specifics of the questions have certainly varied, but most can be reduced to one thing: "Will anal sex mess up my butt?
There's nothing wrong with watching porn from time to time, but some sex acts commonly depicted in adult films have health consequences that aren't depicted on-screen. Milton Diamond, director of the Pacific Center for Sex and Society at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, told Scientific American that he believed porn didn't encourage sexual violence, and could even be preventative. But while the research may suggest that porn does not encourage sexual violence, it also doesn't always present the full picture of how certain sexual behaviors may impact your health and that of your partner. While porn stars are often shown going straight from vaginal to anal sex and vice versa, doing so can actually lead to infection. Fecal matter in the vaginal cavity can cause urinary tract infections, bacterial vaginosis and spread E coli. It may be difficult to remember in the heat of the moment, but if you're going to transition from anal sex to vaginal intercourse, you should wash your penis or have your partner do so.