Sharing the Anal Only Lifestyle with others

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Sharing the Anal Only Lifestyle with others

Post by analsexonly » Sat May 25, 2019 2:01 pm

This is a topic that has come up in some form several times on the forum before, as well as through the blog, and is somewhat active in recent times on various parts of the community like the Discord server, but I think it's time for a new, general thread on it.

In recent times, a lot of people have had success with or been interested in the idea of sharing and encouraging other people to go anal only. Some anal only women and couples have started being open about their lifestyle with friends, spreading anal positivity and awareness about the anal only lifestyle, and if there's interest from those friends, encouraging and helping them to try it for themselves for a while, often resulting in said friends choosing to adopt anal only long-term as well—especially if they already have an interest in or preference for anal, but sometimes haven't experienced it and needed that push and positivity from an experienced friend to try it right for the first time and fall in love with it. The negativity surrounding anal often comes from friends who had bad experiences or are just passing along fear-based information without even having experienced it themselves, so anal positivity can be just as important when coming from a trusted friend. This can, therefore, be an extremely effective way to encourage more people to enjoy anal and go anal only.

Another good approach to combat negativity and misinformation surrounding anal sex is to talk about it during sex talks with one's children. Not to unfairly influence them towards a particular way of life, but to provide information that doesn't treat anal sex like some sort of taboo, but as a totally valid form of sex, and show them the benefits of choosing anal over vaginal so they can make truly informed decisions. Ideally this would be included in sex ed as well, but in the shorter term, that's unlikely to happen. In addition to parents doing this, siblings, aunts and uncles, and cousins have had success with sharing anal positivity and the anal only lifestyle with others.

If you've tried or had success with any of these approaches, share your story here and help inspire others to do the same!

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