Even Albert, the one who won't tie the knot without a key to the back door, admits that.
"You're thinking, ' I don't want to hurt her, and I don't want shit to squirt out at me,'" he says.
Phillip, an engineer in Chicago, says he and his friends request a ride in the back seat because it's a harder-to-reach goal than old-fashioned intercourse.
"Once a guy has anal sex, he's put on a pedestal by his peers," he says. ' At first they were like, ' No, it will hurt.' Then time after time of having sex with them they finally said okay.
"I had a girlfriend who I was with for a long time and she wasn't into it," Albert says.
"There was definitely a thing in the back of my head like, ' I can't marry her.' How can I, knowing I can't go to all the places I can go with her?
Eventually, Todd did the deed with Miss Ladylike in the usual way, and continues to, but they still have a whole lot of anal sex. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that in 2002, 38 percent of men ages 18 to 59 had entered a woman's back door.
Thirty-five percent of women ages 25 to 44 had invited men in.
The dating website Lavalife recently polled 20,083 members in its "Intimates" section."[It's] basically getting someone in a position where they're most vulnerable.My friends enjoy that and they tell their friends they did it.Those letters are now dwarfed by letters from women asking how to take it up the butt." Okay.But pronouncements and statistics that indicate the rising popularity of rearguard action don't address some nagging questions—the biggest one being how, presuming they haven't had their own rectums messed with, can so many guys justify asking women to let them take the service elevator?