What Makes Pegging Men A Turn-On For Women?

Remember that episode of Broad City where Abby's hot neighbour Jeremy gets his ass fucked by her using a dildo? That was a smooth pegging PR move, and a lot of people are still not over it. While a lot of men fantasize or maybe think about getting pegged, the stigma of considering it as a gay sex act stops them. However, this is a lame thought. Getting pegged doesn't make you gay.


Then why do guys like getting pegged? Well, men have a prostate aka male G-spot inside their anus. With the right kind of stimulation of the nerve endings in it, one can experience a full-body orgasm. That is why a man who indulges in pegging wants to experience it often as he gets the chance to explore the sexual world from the receiver's end.


The sexual act of a woman doing anal penetration to a man using dildo has been in practice since a very long time. However, the term pegging came into existence in 2001 when sexpert Dan Savage raised a poll to ask his audience for a name for this sexual act. 


Having understood that getting pegged gives a man the liberty to explore getting penetrated and the delight to see his lady love being dominant on him, what are the perks for the one who is wearing the dildo? She is not getting any form of stimulation. So why do women love pegging men? The person wearing a strap-on gets the chance to feel what it is like to have a penis without actually having one.


This offers her the ultimate control as a giver of pleasure. Moreover, when the clitoris rubs against the butt of the partner during humping, a woman feels a bliss similar to intense masturbating. Apart from it, pegging a partner gives the feeling of dominance and can work as a significant aspect of BDSM, which also women secretly love.


Pegging is a fun way to explore new things in the bedroom. It allows a woman to satisfy her man differently. Though pegging is just an intense sexual act, it can be a bonding experience for both.




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