Rectal Prolapse: BOTTOMS BEWARE OMG!!!

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    May 11, 2010 4:07 AM GMT
    Rectal Prolapse is when the tissue that lines the rectum falls down into or sticks through the anal opening.

    I just found out what this was today...Heard it happened to a female porn star Ava Devine during an anal sex scene...OMG OMG OMG

    Google images at your own risk!





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    May 11, 2010 6:53 AM GMT
    I believe this condition is referred to "Pink Sock" also.

    It's quite disgusting.


    If you're ever brave enough, look up BlueWaffle Disease.


    *cringe*
  • Bunjamon

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    May 12, 2010 8:30 AM GMT
    If this were such a huge problem, we'd all get a disclaimer in our "How to be Gay Kit." It's like the rumors that anal sex causes anal leakage. If that were true, the Depends would be flying off the shelves in gay neighborhoods faster than Details magazines. And that's not the case, so what does this teach us?
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    May 12, 2010 11:49 AM GMT
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    Chicken lies dead under the sky that has fallen on her.
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    May 12, 2010 5:20 PM GMT
    Hey, no where in my post did I say it was an epidemic, LOL...Just sharing disturbing (and gross) information...
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    May 12, 2010 5:40 PM GMT
    This is a rare risk to be considered with anal sex. And the frequency of rectal tears (fissures) is even greater.

    The rectum is not optimized for sex. Not surprising, if you believe in Darwinian evolution. Two gay males having anal sex do not produce offspring, therefore the genetic trait of a rectum that is strong and resilient to anal sex is not passed on genetically to offspring.

    Unless the successful gay bottom also has heterosex, which may occur less often for this group than does sex by straight males. Hence the trait of a resilient rectum, capable of anal sex without life-threatening harm, would be a genetic variation slow to develop, if at all.
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    May 12, 2010 8:27 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa saidThis is a rare risk to be considered with anal sex. And the frequency of rectal tears (fissures) is even greater.

    The rectum is not optimized for sex. Not surprising, if you believe in Darwinian evolution. Two gay males having anal sex do not produce offspring, therefore the genetic trait of a rectum that is strong and resilient to anal sex is not passed on genetically to offspring.

    Unless the successful gay bottom also has heterosex, which may occur less often for this group than does sex by straight males. Hence the trait of a resilient rectum, capable of anal sex without life-threatening harm, would be a genetic variation slow to develop, if at all.


    That would also require their offspring to have anal sex and also pass those traits on for several hundred generations....

    So yeah. No one's gonna have an iron-clad rectum anytime soon icon_smile.gif
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    May 12, 2010 9:55 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa saidThis is a rare risk to be considered with anal sex. And the frequency of rectal tears (fissures) is even greater.

    The rectum is not optimized for sex. Not surprising, if you believe in Darwinian evolution. Two gay males having anal sex do not produce offspring, therefore the genetic trait of a rectum that is strong and resilient to anal sex is not passed on genetically to offspring.

    Unless the successful gay bottom also has heterosex, which may occur less often for this group than does sex by straight males. Hence the trait of a resilient rectum, capable of anal sex without life-threatening harm, would be a genetic variation slow to develop, if at all.


    Thankfully, animals that engage in anal sex also engage in reproductive sex. That fucking an ass is so damn good is proof enough that evolution is working towards awesome anal. I mean, muscles make it tight, dicks fit up there, a prostate makes it enjoyable, the damn thing even self-lubricates. These things aren't just coincidence.

    Also, while fissures are common, it isn't like the ass is the only organ with sex problems. Vaginas can great pretty roughed up during sex, not to mention how prone they are to infection.

    Neither of these organs are ideal. And that is why we have fleshlights.
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    May 12, 2010 11:19 PM GMT
    MunchingZombie saidNeither of these organs are ideal. And that is why we have fleshlights.

    And a mouth.... don't forget that... we have a mouth too... gawd knows I don't mind getting teared up in joy on occasion ;)
  • Midas426

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    May 13, 2010 12:30 AM GMT
    My curiousity got the best of me and I did the search. Eww to the eww eww eww. A friend of mine did mention that an older girlfriend of hers had a condition where her uterus popped out. The condition typically happens to a women that has a lot of kids...something about the muscle weakening and the uterus beginning to sag. So I could see how that might happen to an anus. Eww eww eww.
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    May 13, 2010 5:19 PM GMT
    My curiousity got the best of me and I did the search. Eww to the eww eww eww. A friend of mine did mention that an older girlfriend of hers had a condition where her uterus popped out. The condition typically happens to a women that has a lot of kids...something about the muscle weakening and the uterus beginning to sag. So I could see how that might happen to an anus. Eww eww eww.Midas426


    Its called prolapse, due to tention and tearing the connective tissue and ligament gets worn down. Not really dangerous thou just need to "stuff" it back in and let it heal. It can either be connected to the menopaus due to hormon changes or an effect of child birth.

    But yeah, there are risks in analsex:
    risk of hemmoroids due to damage of the well vasculated walls of the anal canal, bleeding in rare cases due to weak folds of anal canal, problem with the Sphincter Ani Extensius muscle.

    These problems are ofcourse not law, but can be a problem, some may be more unluckier then others. I guess is a start to prevent complications related to analsex... Well and also a bit of common sense, Dont jam things up if its with force, use proper lubricatoin etc..,
  • LatinUomo

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    May 13, 2010 7:46 PM GMT
    Bunjamon saidIf this were such a huge problem, we'd all get a disclaimer in our "How to be Gay Kit." It's like the rumors that anal sex causes anal leakage. If that were true, the Depends would be flying off the shelves in gay neighborhoods faster than Details magazines. And that's not the case, so what does this teach us?



    "the Depends would be flying off the shelves in gay neighborhoods faster than Details magazines" --- LMAO!!!! HILARIOUS!
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    May 14, 2010 7:52 PM GMT
    I'm going to slide that phrase into casual conversation and see if anyone blinks.