The scene pictured above featured the characters Desi and Marnie—the latter played by Allison Williams, daughter of NBC newsman Brian Williams—performing some iteration of anilingus, which has been around for a lot longer than one weekend. According to Dr. Jordan Rullo, a certified sex therapist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, an ass-licking rim job is definitely something people enjoy, but exactly how many people do it is unknown. Rullo says.
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How Dirty Is Going Ass to Mouth? - VICE
In fact, that very possibility might explain why something like 60 percent of the adult population has never once, in our entire boring little lives, dared to have anal sex, let alone place our tongue, however gingerly, on or about the butt hole of another person. I get that. And for straight men, the numbers are even smaller. But for the brave bung-diving brotherhood and sisterhood , this crapshoot, as it were, is simply not an obstacle. In private, it may be a different story.
How Dirty Is Going Ass to Mouth?
Dante and his best friend Randal have strong opinions on the grossness of never going ass to mouth—that is, a dick never going straight from the butt to the mouth of the same person. Is she right? But is that as gross as it sounds? Maybe not. Yes, poop is loaded with bacteria—which includes shigella, a group of bacteria that can cause diarrhea and dysentery.
It is also called anal—oral contact and anal—oral sex ; colloquial names include rimming , rim job , or tossing the salad. It may be performed by and on persons of any sexual orientation for pleasure or as a form of erotic humiliation. Health risks include fecal—oral transmission of diseases. The term anilingus entered English through the F. Rebman translation of Edition 10 of sexologist Richard von Krafft-Ebing 's book Psychopathia sexualis.