Race riots, gun wielding teenagers, cities that look more and more like scenes out of Escape from New York…
But there is an upside to all the social and moral decay…
The sex is outstanding.
A recent survey of Americans ages 15-44 by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has found that anal sex between heterosexual partners is on the upswing. According to the CDC’s report (entitled Sexual Behavior, Sexual Attraction and Sexual Identity in the United States) 44%of straight men and 36% of straight women (surveyed from 2006 to 2008 so it is possible that the number could be way higher) who responded to their survey admitted to having anal sex at least one time in their lives.
Before we go losing our minds assuming that the uptick in butt play only proves what our fathers have always thought and that all this fagging around with our feelings was going to turn us into a country of queers, the survey also found that while ass play is on the rise, it is not corresponded with same sex ass play (which would make it gay). Only 5.8% of men admitted to enjoying the touch of another man (women, the more open gender, admitted to a whopping 12% of women dabbling in the same sex ).
While it is unknown to the CDC as to why there has been such an increase in the fascination with the pooh hole, it is speculated by many that the increases of anal sex scenes in the more mainstream porn flicks (as opposed to being relegated to the fetish titles in decades past) as well as promotion of the naughty act in the mainstream media (cough, cough.. Howard Stern) might have played a strong hand in its popularity with men (who are then pressuring their women to give them this carnal act).
What? What? In the butt…
While frat boys from sea to shining sea are high fiving themselves silly over the greater odds of scoring sweet brown eye from that chick in philosophy they have been eye screwing since the semester started, not everyone is seeing the increase in dookie love as a good thing.
Paul Angelo, a Miami-based "gay matchmaker," reportedly called for a 60-day moratorium on anal sex among gay couples last month, claiming that the act diminishes self-confidence and self-esteem while causing relationship confusion among partners. "The worse part about this destruction of self-esteem is that it's on the subconscious level. A person will not feel anything during the act," he writes in his anti-anal rant.
"And the pleasure derived from the act will override the logic necessary to correct the behavior. In addition, there is a delay between the act of anal intercourse and the reduction of self-esteem of the person."
Another pontificator on the pros and cons of butt love, Hugo Schwyzer, called anal sex “… the most selfless of common sexual acts” noting that while the pitcher in the exchange might be having the time of his life, the bottom in the whole ordeal is suffering from the pains of the lovemaking.