William Saleton has the pithiest take
yet on the recently released national sex survey
, in which he highlights the result that between 1992 and today, the rate of anal sex among women rose from 16% to an astounding 46%. But what's even more amazing is that women who had only intercourse experienced orgasm 65%; women who had intercourse and cunnilingus in the same session had orgasms 86% of the time; but women who had anal sex experienced orgasm 94% of the time.
Saleton correctly identifies the correlation (it's not causation), and it comes down to this: women comfortable enough to enjoy anal sex are pretty much relaxed enough to orgasm. They're women who get what they want.
Saleton ruins his analysis with this line: "Women who were getting what they wanted were more likely to indulge their partners' wishes [for anal sex]." Anal is apparently something a woman doesn't like, but something she does in exchange for what she really wants. Saleton has clearly never dated woman who's also an anal power bottom.
Current Mood: amused
Current Music: O'Callahan and Downey, One Way Ticket