To inform the development of HIV-prevention rectal douches, we reviewed the scientific literature and online instructional videos on rectal douching associated with receptive anal intercourse RAI. Douching is more common among individuals reporting substance use, sexually transmitted infections, or being HIV-infected. Videos advise using 2—3 doses of liquid and retaining it for 10—30 seconds before expelling. These findings can inform the development of a safe and acceptable rectal douche for HIV prevention. Anal intercourse, which has been documented since antiquity, takes place both in heterosexual and homosexual contexts.
Rectal Douching Associated with Receptive Anal Intercourse: A literature review
Gay Guys: You're Douching Wrong
In addition to our anal douching infographic and article about anal douching safety for gay men , we present the results of our anal douching survey. We asked—you answered. First, a few notes about the survey. We posted this anonymous questionnaire to a convenient sample of people in our networks. By no means is this survey representative of our entire community or San Francisco. In other words, our survey results suffer from response bias. A total of people took the survey.
My high school coach taught sex ed. Keep it in your pants. Yet, we are all supposed to somehow know all about it. And, we succumb to societal pressure to pass white glove tests at all times of the day.
As he opened the door to say hi, I coughed and shat out a load of poo water into my underwear. I had to run into his flat, straight to the toilet, and throw my underwear away. It was all down my legs. It killed the mood, needless to say.