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Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
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There, I said it. One second things are sexy, and the next minute you and your partner are covered in feces. It would pretty much be the worst moment of both of your lives. Sure, yes, poop comes out of there. My personal rule is that if someone wants to enter me, the least they can do is hold my legs up. Sadly, the ass does not have the same magic powers that a vagina has.
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Anyone who has had sexual contact can get an STI. Men and women of all ages, regions, ethnic backgrounds, and economic levels can get STI. Anyone at any age can get an STI; however, males and females who have sex with multiple partners, or have sex with a partner that has many sexual partners, and gay and bisexual men are at a greater risk than others. Many STIs may not cause any symptoms. Symptoms vary for each STI, but they include sores or blisters on or around the genital area or in the mouth, pain or burning during urination, unusual discharge from the penis or vagina, itching, swelling, or pain in or around the penis or vagina.
The ailment is known as pruritus ani , meaning "itchy anus" in Latin. Talk about a straightforward translation. Some people have "primary" pruritus ani, which means their anus is itchy for no apparent underlying reason. Others have "secondary" pruritus ani, which means the itch comes from an anorectal condition like hemorrhoids, anal fissures, bacterial infections, and more.