Apr 2, 2011
I was in the grocery store the other day and heard something really disturbing come from the mouths of 3 teenage girls. One was whispering to the others about how she let her boyfriend "put it in her butt." The others cackled and commented but the thing that was most striking was the fact that she added "it's okay because it's not real sex or anything." Excuse me? Since when was anal sex not sex. I mean... it carries the same risks as sex aside from direct pregnancy and it's an alternative to vaginal penetration. It even has SEX in the title!
I've heard similar stories of people thinking anal, oral, or digital (fingers) sex wasn't real sexual intercourse even though they all have sex clearly written out behind them. Hearing it though, that really struck a nerve. What are people teaching these kids? Whatever it is, it's completely wrong and those girls are going to grow up to be ignorant; knowing nothing of sexual education at all. I'd be royally surprised if she didn't think oral sex was just practice for the lollipop convention. It's sex. I promise.
Some of it is really hilarious and I don't know how to react when someone tells me that their form of sexual activity isn't "real sex." I don't know whether to laugh in their face, slap them really hard, or ignore the comment. I could educate them but I'm sure there will be comments on here that will be just as stupid and uneducated as those teenagers were. Sex is sex, my poorly mislead minions. It doens't matter if it's anal, oral, digital, whatever. PHYSICAL contact related to sexual activity, especially if it has SEX in the title, is "real" sex. So the next time your boyfriend says, "It's okay! It's not real sex if I put it there!"...He's lying. Educate yourself.
Side note: And don't be a smartass with the retort of cyber sex or phone sex. I did specify physical and you're just being a mild retard if you believe otherwise.