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Pegging

If you’ve been following my journey for a while, you may remember my old blog. I had a post on this topic, and I received so much amazing feedback. I’ve since had many people tell me directly to write another post about it. So, here it is!


For those of you that have no idea what “pegging” is, I’ll save you the Google search. In short, pegging is when a woman penetrates a man in the ass with a strap-on dildo. Of course, this act can take on different configurations if you decide to modify who is on the receiving end, and who is performing the penetration. Believe it or not, pegging is most commonly performed on cis men who identify as straight.


I’d like to thank Wikipedia for this great visual:




If your sex life is rather vanilla, you still might think this is some crazy, horrendous, and degrading sex act that only bondage experts or porn stars should participate in. You may ask, is pegging only done in the context of domination? Not necessarily. Pegging can take on a wide variety of moods. Yes, some do enjoy bondage, humiliation, degradation, CBT, whips, etc. while being pegged, but that’s not for everyone. I have encountered many men who have no interest in being dominated, and simply enjoy the type of stimulation that pegging produces. It can be sensual, and even romantic. It’s a very vulnerable act that requires a lot of trust and communication from your partner. It’s been said that the prostate is the “G-spot” of the male, and can result in orgasms beyond your wildest dreams.


If you're scientific, you may wonder why this is so earth-shattering. In your body, your brain controls pretty much everything. You have two types of nervous systems: the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system. The parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for erection. The neurons in this system can be activated by mechanoreceptors (touch) or by signals from the frontal regions of the brain (thought). This system will maintain erection throughout the duration of your activity. Eventually, enough stimulation will active the sympathetic nervous system, which is required in order to ejaculate. When you think about pegging, you have to consider the prostate. Conveniently, the prostate is directly connected to the sympathetic nervous system. By stimulating the prostate, you're basically stepping on the gas pedal and taking a powerful shortcut towards this requirement for a mind-blowing orgasm.


I encourage you to do some investigating, both on the internet and deep inside yourself (pun intended). There are many How-To guides available, and you can always ask me for advice! I will end this post with a relevant clip from one of my favorite shows Broad City.



Enjoy yourself! Just.. make sure you have plenty of lube.


-Rosaline Stone




References:


Bear, M. F., & Connors, B. W. (2016). Chapter 17: Sex and the Brain. In Neuroscience Exploring the Brain (4th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.


Pegging (sexual practice). (2018, August 24). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pegging_(sexual_practice)


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