Others who enjoy sodomy are raising their hands here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here, with additional secondhand reports here and here.(All of these posts are from women; I'm setting aside the 20 or 30 secondhand reports I've seen from men.) I won't try to convey their enthusiasm—you can read the testimonials yourself.The percentage of women aged 20-39 who say they've done it in the past year has doubled to more than 20 percent.And 94 percent of women who received anal sex in their last encounter said they reached orgasm—a higher rate of orgasm than was reported by women who had vaginal intercourse or received oral sex. For obvious reasons—anatomical, evolutionary, and aesthetic—anal sex should, on average, be less attractive and satisfying than vaginal or oral sex.The data (Table 4, page 284) strongly support this.Compared with women who are single and dating, women in a relationship are only about 50 percent more likely, at best, to report vaginal sex in the last 90 days.The more I love and trust someone, the more likely I am to have an orgasm while with him—and the more likely I am to be okay with pushing society's "norms" with him.
Anal sex is associated with orgasms, but mostly because both anal sex and orgasms occur more frequently with alphas.Last week, I tried to figure out why more women are having anal sex and why it correlates so highly with orgasms.Since 1992, the percentage of women aged 20-24 who say they've tried anal sex has doubled to 40 percent."When we've been having a marathon session with serious orgasms, that's when my wife is interested in exploring her adventurous side," says another. It's not one causing the other, but a common cause that results in the two being correlated. It fits the survey findings ("greater behavior diversity is related to ease of orgasm") and the specific data on anal sex.These are just anecdotes, but the survey data back them up: Nearly all women who reported anal intercourse in their last encounter said they engaged in other sex acts, too. While nearly all women who had anal intercourse in their last encounter reported other sex acts as well, nearly half the women who had vaginal intercourse reported no other sex acts.