Oh, come on. We've seen you having a Google, Kelly. Trying to suss out if it hurts, if there'll be a massive s**t explosion, if it'll ruin your delicate b-hole and make you poo weird for the rest of your life, if everyone else is having it on the reg, etc.
And it's totally normal. There are a lot of questions one would have around anal sex. Cause the myths can be f**king terrifying. Like, there are heaps of general sex myths out there, but when it comes to anal sex it's NEXT LEVEL.
Which does absolutely-f**kin'-nothing for nobody.
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So, what's the deal?
Why is there so much BS in the anal department? Is there still a bit of a taboo surrounding it, orrrr?
"Many people say they feel intimidated by anal play as a result of their social conditioning, limited sex education or simply an ingrained belief that the bum has only one function."
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So, you know what we're going to do? Talk more about anal, of course!
We asked Georgia to help us debunk some of the common myths around anal sex - to save you from trawling through the Interweb to find answers.
1. You need an enema or douche before having anal sex.
The whole you'll poo/it's going to get messy thing is probably one of the most common concerns people have when it comes to anal sex. So, is it true that you need to have an enema beforehand?