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Episode Description

Isaac sits with TikTok’s Dr. Carlton and they talk all about butt stuff! They touch on topics like the stigma that comes with bottoming, anal sex/play in straight men, the G-Spot, some tips to help make anal sex a little easier, and much more!

You can find Dr. Carlton on TikTok and Instagram at @DoctorCarlton

Resources

Find where to get PrEP in your area: PrEP Locator

Find a doctor who knows queer stuff: Gay and Lesbian Medical Association

Timestamps

00:02:09 – The location of the G-Spot

00:03:39 – It doesn’t make you gay to like your G-Spot stimulated

00:04:06 – The fallacy that men can only penetrate and not be penetrated

00:07:14 – What a young man should know about sex

00:08:13 – Most people can’t label parts of their own body. Mistaking normal features for dangerous ones

00:09:39 – Checking for testicular cancer

00:10:55 – How to prepare to bottom for the first time

00:15:46 – It is normal if an accident happens while engaging the anus

00:17:19 – Sensation of anal sex and lubrication

00:19:07 – How to relax the anus

00:23:10 – “Let the entry happen on the exhale.”

00:25:53 – Be a guest on Queer RelationTips

00:27:05 – What is it about the prostate that makes it so pleasurable? How to elicit the pleasure 

00:29:36 – Getting rid of hang ups that limit sexual stimulation

00:32:38 – Things to look out for with anal fetishes

00:37:00 – Fisting

00:37:52 – Other muscles that need to relax for anal sex other than the anus

00:38:47 – What to do about internal bleeding

00:41:00 – Anal fissure/tear treatment

00:43:02 – Should you douche after someone ejaculates in you?

00:43:51 – PrEP, the importance of 3 site STI testing, Human Papillomavirus, and anal warts

00:45:50 – Guys should get a Pap smear every year. Have a provider that understands what you do sexually, and you need to be honest with your provider.

00:47:29 – Story about rectal bleeding/pain being misdiagnosed 

00:48:27 – Find a doctor who knows queer stuff: Gay and Lesbian Medical Association

00:49:10 – Find where to get PrEP in your area: PrEP Locator

 


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