Yes, in layman’s terms, it helps you achieve a firmer erection.
As well, there’s engaging in regular anal stimulation as a flushing system for internal toxins which could cause prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men (after skin cancer), which makes this point inherently notable.
Does this mean that one should have anal sex daily?
Probably not. But, as an occasional change-of-pace in one’s sexual proclivities, it’s certainly recommended.
4. No One Man Should Have All That Power
There may be no better way to ensure trust in your relationship than to allow the existing power dynamic in said-relationship to be turned on its head. If you are a domineering man in a heterosexual and heteronormative relationship, it’s possibly a more than advisable idea to every so often allow your female partner to exert the same control over you that you do over her.
There’s something uniquely erotically intoxicating and possibly very emotionally healthy in engaging in some sort of consensual play that involves your female partner engaging in some level of dominant control over how you receive intimacy.
For an added bonus here, maybe take the time to allow your partner to explore the art of making love in positions similar to those typically used in the dynamics of male-to-female penile-vaginal intercourse that exists in thinking that the only way that this happens is with your face south and rear-end facing north is likely undercutting the exciting erotic potential of the encounter.
5. Having Anal Sex Could, Indeed, Make You “More Of A Man.”
There is an idea worth considering that gender is a series of stereotypical suggestions driven by and causing antiquated, irrelevant behaviors. There is indeed something to the idea that in a world where humans can literally re-assign their genders, and there is a space at the table for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual people, that experiencing life through the blinders of cisgendered heterosexuality and its associated behaviors is unnecessarily limiting.
Anal sex, in many ways then, is about something greater than having a dildo stuffed where the sun doesn’t shine. Rather, it’s about having the desire to take a moment and contemplate the idea that your body is not a stereotype, but rather a vessel that regardless of gender and its importance to you, is at its best when receiving adequate amounts of health and pleasure.