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Address rampant anorectal violence along with factors facilitating it. NOW! Anonymous 03/20/2022 (Sun) 08:36:34 No. 333
Blatantly injurious erotic anorectal violence—anoreceptive activity involving a combination of rapid thrusting, considerable girth, and a prolonged duration—is rampant worldwide, facilitated by widespread (willful) ignorance, apathy, and misinformation. It is impossible for resultant anorectal injuries and serious/chronic/permanent health consequences to be uncommon due to anorectal fragility relating to anatomy and neuromuscular physiology [References: Anorectal Risks 1-3]. That is why perpetration of such violence against one or more others should be considered severely criminal behavior. Pornography featuring that violence can have numerous effects on some viewers: inspiring them to emulate what they see, even using coercion; conditioning them to be aroused by suffering; and contributing to development of related mental pathology: sexual sadism disorder, sexual masochism disorder, and perhaps even psychopathy for younger individuals [References: Trends & Associations]. People with those inclinations are having a field day with such violence and spreading disinformation. That unrestrained hedonism is promoting societal decadence. This is happening because the vast majority of humanity likely never will place a high value upon the good health of at least someone else's anus; too many people do not wish to think seriously about anorectal matters despite the fact that the anus is one of our most important body parts. Erotic anoreceptive activities therefore must be universally discouraged, and perpetrators of anorectal violence against another person—at least and especially ones who inspire countless others—must face justice by any means necessary. Criminal justice has not been served in far too many cases, and it may be out of governments' hands after too much time has passed. People worldwide who are or were in a government position with jurisdiction to uphold that justice yet failed must be held accountable as well.
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Traumatic risks of human anoreceptive activities include inflammation; abrasion and tearing; muscle and connective tissue damage; and colorectal perforation. Sequelae may arise, such as hemorrhage/hematoma, hemorrhoidal disease, ulceration, bacterial infection followed by abscess / fistula / life-threatening systemic sepsis, rectal prolapse, fecal incontinence, anal skin tag (remnant of external hemorrhoidal thrombosis, scar tissue from a healed tear, or a sentinel tag for a chronic anal fissure), and anatomic stenosis (narrowing due to constricting scar tissue). One instance of trauma can lead to multiple complications. Cumulative damage and preexisting conditions are concerns too. ~2cm beyond the anal opening at the pectinate/dentate line, the epithelium transitions from stratified squamous (anoderm) to simple columnar in part of the narrow surgical anal canal, continuous with the rectum. This very fragile mucosal lining is easily damaged especially if its mucus barrier is removed by an enema or otherwise impaired. Furthermore, some enemas and lubricants can inflame the lining and even cause it to slough off. Since injury to anorectal mucosa alone is painless due to a lack of somatic innervation, resultant problems may remain undetected with no obvious symptom(s). Neuromuscular physiology also contributes to anorectal fragility particularly for girthy and vigorous insertions, which are objectively foolish and very likely to be significantly injurious. The involuntary internal anal sphincter relaxes with rectal distension. The puborectalis and external sphincter completely relax when a person bears down, causing hemorrhoidal cushions to engorge and become more susceptible to injury by shear (frictional sliding) force. The internal hemorrhoidal cushions lack somatic innervation as well.
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• Strong, repeated shear (frictional sliding) force in the anal canal is likely to permanently damage supporting tissue of the internal hemorrhoidal cushions at the least, leading to internal hemorrhoidal prolapse (progressively worsening with cumulative damage from repeated trauma). Damage to one or more of the internal hemorrhoidal cushions elicits no pain sensation due to their lack of somatic innervation. As healthy internal and external anal cushions help to maintain fecal continence with a watertight seal, anal canal deformation due to their disease or removal can result in fecal incontinence (FI). Furthermore, pulling or traction on nerves in the anorectal region can potentially lead to neuropathy and associated FI. • Internal rectal prolapse (IRP), aka rectal intussusception, is a common finding among asymptomatic individuals. Strong, repeated shear force in the rectum probably does contribute to development of full-thickness external rectal prolapse (aka procidentia) particularly when IRP is present. Internal hemorrhoidal prolapse—among other conditions—also may contribute to rectal prolapse development. FI can be a consequence of rectal prolapse as well. • Stretching the anal canal with girthy insertions is likely to disrupt or fragment one or both anal sphincter muscles, possibly without pain as the internal anal sphincter muscle also lacks somatic innervation. Such damage results in permanent muscle weakening and is associated with FI especially with a damaged or dysfunctional puborectalis muscle. Stretching the anal canal repeatedly with insertions of progressively increasing circumference may cause cumulative muscle damage. • Trauma—including anoreceptive trauma—can instigate development of numerous other anorectal conditions that may lead to FI, such as a fistula. Additionally, surgical treatment for anorectal conditions can contribute to development of FI.
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The human anus when closed at rest should resemble an anteroposterior slit surrounded by shallow, semi-symmetrical, radial perianal skin folds. Healthy perianal skin commonly has a different, typically darker, color due to physiologic hyperpigmentation. Anorectal trauma can result in persistent, externally-visible changes to the anus and its surroundings. Potential consequences include the anal orifice shrinking or becoming misshapen due to constricting scar tissue formation, the perianal skin folds disappearing due to underlying anal sphincter damage, and one or more lumps appearing (e.g. an anal skin tag, prolapsed internal hemorrhoid, or thrombosed/diseased external hemorrhoid). If the perianal skin folds remain, pruritus and/or cutaneous thickening may result in exaggerated skin folds. [Medical references for paragraphs 1 and 2: Anatomy & Trauma] A (strong) sexual fetish must be satisfied for sexual arousal, and a fetishist with partialism obsesses usually over a non-sexual body part[1]. A human anus resembling the anatomical ideal at rest has symmetrical features; symmetry is one aspect that humans consider when evaluating beauty[2]. Partly due to common prejudices against and denigration of the anus along with rampant, anus-mutilating erotic anorectal violence, developing an aesthetic anus fetish is highly unusual; and _accepting_ it, even moreso. This fetish does indeed seem to be very rare: otherwise that violence would have strong opposition. Some malicious people (such as sexual sadists and sadistic psychopaths) pretend to have such a fetish—and will even praise a clearly damaged/diseased anus typically without being challenged—because doing so facilitates and perpetuates anorectal violence. 1. "The DSM diagnostic criteria for fetishism." Archives of Sexual Behavior. 2010 Apr; 39(2): 357-62. PMID 19795202. doi:10.1007/s10508-009-9558-7. 2. "Symmetry, beauty and evolution." Nature. 1994 Nov 10; 372(6502): 169-72. PMID 7969448. doi:10.1038/372169a0.
Cool story bro… can I fuck your ass now??
>>336 As much as i appreciate your christian values, i'm more interested in how i can shove a dildo in my ass with minimal dammage
>>456 1. I'm not a Christian. 2. See the text below. Logically-fallacious diversionary tactics: • A red herring is a tangential topic introduced intentionally as a distraction or inadvertently. Trying to create an unrelated discussion about a messenger or claimant (e.g. by introducing alleged personal attributes or asking about unstated opinions) is one _very_ common example. • An ad hominem logical fallacy involves arguing or implying that some supposed attribute(s) of a messenger or source somehow affects the validity of one or more claims presented when any such characteristic is completely irrelevant — and this is nonsensical for cases in which information originates from others. (Sometimes such characteristics can be relevant: For example, it may be appropriate to question someone's honesty when she makes a claim about herself or her own experiences. However, a better idea may be to mention the anecdotal evidence logical fallacy, i.e. favoring some personal anecdote(s) over evidence based on science and logic.) • Misrepresentation—introducing a distorted version of something—is another means of creating a diversion. Attacking a fabrication in order to suggest refutal of what was actually presented constitutes a straw man logical fallacy. (A refutation featuring one or more vague, sweeping claims without proof may be related. The burden of proof rests on the claimant.) It is suggestive of a nefarious agenda and/or psychopathy to purposely and repeatedly try to draw attention away from anorectal anatomy and physiology, rampant anorectal violence, associated traumatic risks, and an epidemic of ignorance and misinformation. These topics, plus the voluminous amount of information from others, are far more important than anything about a lone person trying to raise awareness of them. It is very likely that pornography industries utilize psychopaths as deceitful and manipulative "psyop" agents when some pornography companies already make use of them for perpetration of violence against one or more others.
>>456 > i'm more interested in how i can shove a dildo in my ass with minimal dammage From old posts of mine elsewhere: (Quoting myself) > Anal intercourse is very likely, but not absolutely certain, to result in significant anorectal damage to a receptive person. My rationale for that was explained in an old post of mine (4chan /gif/thread/9488931/#9514792 28 Oct 2016). Here is a slightly modified version: > At best, anal sex and significant anal-insertive activities accelerate or guarantee the development of anorectal health problems. That could in theory be untrue if such activities are done with ridiculously excessive care* all the time, every time. * That includes, but is not limited to: ruling out preexisting anorectal conditions (possibly caused by prior [erotic] trauma), always using lubricant, avoiding lubricants that irritate/damage the rectal lining, avoiding enemas (all enemas, hyperosmolar or otherwise, probably remove the rectum's protective mucus barrier), always using a condom (particularly in the absence of an enema), never thrusting too rapidly ("too rapid" could vary for different people, at least for the anal tissues), never inserting anything too girthy ("too girthy" also could vary), never using numbing agents (pain indicates that something is wrong — anally [below the dentate line], but not rectally [above the dentate line]), etc. In practice using ridiculously excessive care is unrealistic — it'd be more of a chore than a pleasure. Furthermore, both ignorance and misinformation are rampant, porn sets a very bad example that some viewers get ideas from, and people with [self-]destructive tendencies are having a field day. > never thrusting too rapidly ("too rapid" could vary for different people, at least for the anal tissues) "At least for the anal tissues:" The perianal skin and anoderm are capable of thickening, becoming tougher. I have seen no evidence that the simple columnar lining above the dentate line has that capability. Furthermore, it lacks somatic innervation, meaning that damage to it elicits no pain sensations (so good luck figuring out what constitutes "too rapid" there; the internal hemorrhoidal cushions also lack somatic innervation).
lol its not a diversionary tactic, youre not in a debate because no one cares. theyre taking the piss and laughing at you because plenty of people get the back door banged for years and years and years with no problem, some decades.. because they themselves like it. imagine thinking that coming to this website to try to convince people not to do the booty hole will be effective. im sure youve made a massive impact on butts everywhere LMAO
>>292 Christians should be ok with women having anal sex. i got some Christian woman happy and they were able to say they were pussy virgin, win win
>>461 > lol its not a diversionary tactic Yes, it is, along with being a fabrication and an implicit ad hominem. > plenty of people get the back door banged for years and years and years with no problem, some decades.. 1. As pointed in the the text covering logically-fallacious diversionary tactics: The burden of proof rests on the claimant. 2. That is highly improbable due to the fragility of the regions involved not to mention widespread (willful) ignorance, misinformation, and disinformation about anorectal anatomy, physiology, and health. In the past I wrote material along these lines: "At best, anal intercourse and significant anoreceptive activities accelerate or guarantee the development of anorectal health problems. However, that could in theory be untrue if such activities are done with ridiculously excessive care all the time, every time." "Ridiculously excessive care" was defined as adherence to precautions including—but not limited to—these: ruling out preexisting anorectal conditions (possibly caused by prior erotic trauma), always using lubricant, avoiding lubricants that irritate/damage the rectal lining, avoiding enemas (all enemas, hyperosmolar or otherwise, probably remove the rectum's protective mucus barrier), always using a condom (particularly in the absence of an enema), never thrusting too rapidly ("too rapid" could vary for different people, at least for the anal tissues), never inserting anything too girthy ("too girthy" also could vary), never using numbing agents (pain indicates something is wrong — anally [below the dentate line], but not rectally [above the dentate line]), etc. I then pointed out that in practice using ridiculously excessive care is unrealistic — it'd be more of a chore than a pleasure. Furthermore, both ignorance and misinformation are rampant, pornography sets a very bad example from which some (probably far too many) viewers get ideas, and people with (self-)destructive tendencies are having a field day. > never thrusting too rapidly ("too rapid" could vary for different people, at least for the anal tissues) "At least for the anal tissues:" The perianal skin and anoderm are capable of thickening, becoming tougher. I have seen no evidence that the simple columnar lining above the dentate line has that capability. Furthermore, it lacks somatic innervation, meaning that damage to it elicits no pain sensations (so good luck figuring out what constitutes "too rapid" there; the internal hemorrhoidal cushions also lack somatic innervation).
>>456 lol'd
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Odd, it seemed like this thread was deleted (pruned I presumed) at one point. Anyway, the text for the images posted in this thread can be found here: https://web.archive-/web/202201/https://pst.moe/paste/okjzql Anorectal Trends, Risks, and Anatomy compilation 20220111 Some substantial changes have been made to the compilation since January, mostly to Trends & Associations so far (below). A new one will be finished at some point, but there is no rush. - [T&A] Dropped 10.1071/SH14225 & PMID 30461344 & 10.1016/j.chb.2019.01.024 & PMID 25466233 - [T&A] Added 10.1177/1059840514563313 & PMC4810035 & 10.1177/2374623816668275 & PMC8474329 & reintroduced 10.1111/jcom.12201 >>466 That old 4chan post about "ridiculously excessive care" was posted twice for emphasis, and to provide the updated paste. Ok, no, not really: I dun goofed. Oh well. Humans make mistakes. https://web.archive-/web/20170408190854/http://desuarchive-/gif/thread/9488931/#9514792 >>458 > A red herring is a tangential topNot allowedntroduced intentionally as a distraction or inadvertently. Trying to create an unrelated discussion about a messenger or claimant (e.g. by introducing alleged personal attributes or asking about unstated opinions) is one _very_ common example. As I've pointed out countless times before, ultimately this is not about me; there are much greater matters to be concerned about here than anything about one lone messenger. That being the case, I shall discuss nothing further about myself in this thread.
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The URL and text mangling here is somewhat strange (and new?). >>333 > perpetration of such violence against one or more others should be considered severely criminal behavior The image is related.
>>845 > Some substantial changes have been made to the compilation since January, mostly to Trends & Associations so far (below). A new one will be finished at some point, but there is no rush. There is now such a voluminous amount of pertinent material which potentially could be included in Trends & Associations (at least on the left "trends" side; particularly studies) that it has become difficult to decide precisely what to include. Maintaining an image with specific dimensions (2.5k by 4k) and a reasonable font size as the primary mode of presentation means only so much material can fit. Perhaps it is time to create multiple Trends & Associations quote collections akin to Anorectal Risks 1, 2, and 3.
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"Women in the UK are suffering injuries and other health problems as a result of the growing popularity of anal sex among straight couples, two NHS [British National Health Service] surgeons have warned. The consequences include [fecal] incontinence and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) as well as pain and bleeding because they have experienced bodily trauma while engaging in the practice, the doctors write in an article in the British Medical Journal. Tabitha Gana and Lesley Hunt also argued that doctors’ reluctance to discuss the risks associated with anal sex was leading to women being harmed by the practice and letting down a generation of women who are not aware of the potential problems." ... "National Survey of Sexual Attitudes research undertaken in Britain has found that the proportion of 16- to 24-year-olds engaging in heterosexual anal intercourse has risen from 12.5% to 28.5% over recent decades. Similarly, in the US 30% to 45% of both sexes have experienced it. “It is no longer considered an Not allowed behaviour but increasingly portrayed as a prized and pleasurable experience,” wrote Hunt, a surgeon in Sheffield, and Gana, a trainee colorectal surgeon in Yorkshire." "Many doctors, though, especially GPs and hospital doctors, are reluctant to talk to women about the risks involved, partly because they do not want to seem judgmental or homophobic, they add. “However, with such a high proportion of young women now having anal sex, failure to discuss it when they present with anorectal symptoms exposes women to missed diagnoses, futile treatments and further harm arising from a lack of medical advice,” the surgeons said. NHS patient information about the risks of anal sex is incomplete because it only cites STIs, and makes “no mention of anal trauma, [fecal] incontinence or the psychological aftermath of the coercion young women report in relation to this activity”. Health professionals’ disinclination to discuss the practice openly with patients “may be failing a generation of young women, who are unaware of the risks”." https://www.theguardian-/society/2022/aug/11/rise-in-popularity-of-anal-sex-has-led-to-health-problems-for-women [The article text was edited slightly to condense it into fewer lines.]

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