Almost Bare Podcast
May 29, 2019
Episode 04: What What in the Butt!
On this episode of the Almost Bare Podcast, Lyndsay Soprano and Jon Ramirez get raw and talk about all things butt sex. It’s a difficult topic, it’s super taboo, and it smells like poo.
[4:44] What what in the butt!
Jon has a lot of experience with this topic, because he and his fiancé (now wife) had a lot of anal sex before they got married. He and his fiancé had to live together before marriage for immigration purposes, even though they are both Catholic [Episode 03: Feels Like the First Time]. They chose to have anal and oral sex before marriage because it was “a great release,” but wanted to save vaginal sex for after marriage. Jon mentions that he actually would condemn anal sex as a substitute to having sex before marriage.
Lyndsay has had very little anal sex, mostly because her ex-husband was “well endowed,” which made it a painful and unpleasant experience.
Jon gave Lyndsay a book about anal sex called Tickle My Tush: Mild-to-Wild Analplay Adventures for Everybooty by Dr. Sadie Allison. Reading this book has made her more open minded, despite never having a positive, healthy experience.
Lyndsay explains that it’s possible to have a vaginal orgasm during anal sex, because the G-Spot (vagina) and A-Spot (anus) are so closely connected.
Jon talks about how he never wants to have anal sex again, because he doesn’t think it’s “hot,” and doesn’t see the intrigue, but he is still open to having oral sex as foreplay.
Jon explains that he and his fiancé only had anal and oral sex before marriage because they wanted to save vaginal sex to give themselves to each other completely.
Lyndsay gave Jon a Pure Romance penis ring, his full review to follow.
Lyndsay asks Jon why he and his wife don’t have anal sex during the times they have to abstain for birth control reasons.
Lyndsay talks about how a single woman can enjoy anal sex with toys and masturbation.
Jon advises that if you want to partake in anal sex, go slow and steady. Monitor your partner for facial cues, and ask them if they are okay. If it hurts, stop! You should also always use lube, (silicone and water based, never flavored.)
Lyndsay talks about her interest in “pegging.” Pegging is essentially strapping on a harness with a dildo and fucking a man, (or woman.) She feels like this is something she would want to try because she has a controlling, OCD personality.
Lyndsay and Jon talk about the gay community and they advice and experience that they could offer.
Butts and prostates go hand and hand, so get your prostate checked!
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Tickle My Tush: Mild-to-Wild Analplay Adventures for Everybooty
by Dr. Sadie Allison