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How pegging can help save the world / Charlie Glickman

Written by Charlie Glickman. Originally published on November 28th, 2011.


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“It’s a cliche that before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes, but that’s because there’s a lot of truth to that statement.  After all, once you’ve experienced something from another person’s perspective, it’s much easier to imagine what it’s like for them. That’s one reason why I think pegging can go a long way toward improving things. Pegging is the term for when women use dildos and strap-on harnesses with male partners. (Is there a different term when people of other genders use strap-ons with male partners?) And while the main reason people do it is because it’s lots of fun, I think there’s an added benefit that lots of folks don’t know about.

There have been plenty of books written about how male/female couples can improve their relationships by learning to see things from the other person’s perspective. Of course, that’s helpful for couples of all gender combinations and sexual orientations, but the differences in both biology and experience often create barriers for m/f pairs. Pegging is a surprisingly effective way to find out what sex is like for your partner.

For men who have never been on the receiving side of penetration, sex is something that happens outside the body. And when sex is external to your body, it can be easier to do when you have a headache or you’re not quite in the mood. A lot of men discover than when sex is about catching rather than pitching, their mood, their emotions, and their connection to a partner can often have a bigger influence on what they want to do and how it feels.

I’ve talked with quite a few men about what they’ve learned from pegging and although it isn’t universal, many of them have said that they have a better understanding how their female partners might need more warm-up before intercourse, or might be in the mood for sex but not penetration, or how much one’s pleasure can be affected by seemingly minor events. Granted, anal penetration is different from vaginal penetration, but my point is simply that a physical experience can be a much more effective teacher than reading a book, just as a picture is worth 1000 words.”


Go read more about pegging by checking out the original article!

2 Responses to “How pegging can help save the world / Charlie Glickman”

  1. Sean Breer

    Absolutely agree with this. Being an active if infrequent recepient of pegging, I agree it gives you a new perspective on what sex might be like for your partner (speaking as a man of man-woman parterns here).
    Actually, mid pegging, amidst groans of overwhelming pleasure, I blurted out to my wife “So this is how it feels for you.”
    Of course, we can only guess that’s the way it feels, but it has given me a new appreciation for what sex might be like for her.

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    • madamcurator

      Thanks for sharing, Sean! If you’re ever interested, we’d love to have you share a #realworldpegging video on MLNP.tv!

      Reply

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