Why Women Engage in Anal Intercourse: Results from a Qualitative Study
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By Sabine Walter, Pierre A. What makes women different from men is that much of our sexual apparatus is on the inside — most notably, the vagina. The vagina itself is a hollow, muscular tube that extends from the external opening at the vestibule all the way to the cervix. The walls of the vagina have several layers: the mucosa, which secretes various fluids; a muscular layer; and connective tissue. Beneath the vagina, on the pelvic floor, are other muscles that are responsible for keeping the vagina elevated, tight, and firm. During intercourse, the vagina stretches to accommodate the penis. It also becomes lubricated, or slippery, by the passage of fluids through the vaginal walls.
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The perineum is the space between the anus and scrotum in the male and between the anus and the vulva in the female. There is some variability in how the boundaries are defined. The perineum is an erogenous zone for both males and females. The perineum is generally defined as the surface region in both males and females between the pubic symphysis and the coccyx. The perineum is below the pelvic diaphragm and between the legs.
Hi, yes as deep as you can take it is the answer, and from my experience the deeper it is the more exhilarating the experience. The only thing I would add to what has been said relates to girth of the penis. Sometimes if your new partner has a very thick penis it can take a few times for the muscles to get used to the added stretching, but my experience is once you have worked through that the sensation is devine. I have also found that regularly practicing with a dildo is not only a good proxy but helps you work out the best position for entry.