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Pegging: What Is It And What Does Prince William Have To Do With It?

The hashtag #PrinceOfPegging actually trended.


Searches for “pegging” went up 400 percent recently. A salacious rumor about a member of the British royal family is the reason for the spike. Some believe that celebrity gossip-slash-PR account Deux Moi was referring to Prince William. Check out the account’s post below.


What is pegging?

Sex advice columnist Dan Savage coined the term in 2001. He asked his readers to vote on a term to describe anal sex between heterosexual men and women. Or, in other words, what happens when a woman penetrates a man with a strap-on. After thousands of readers responded, Savage called the act “pegging.”

Some men enjoy pegging because of their prostates. The prostate is a walnut-shaped gland located a few inches inside the rectum. It’s packed with nerve endings and sexperts say stimulating it gives men pleasure. In fact, prostate stimulation is so pleasurable it helps men stay harder for longer. Many men also swear that it has led to them having intense orgasms.

Pegging isn’t the only way to reach the prostate. Any form of anal play will do. But there’s no denying that it does the trick.


If Prince William likes pegging, does that mean he’s gay?

No. Progressive sex acts like pegging aren’t an indicator of anyone’s sexual orientation. In fact, studies say clinging to traditional gender roles in bed could hamper your sex life.

Straight men who tried pegging became more in tune with their female partners. Being penetrated gave them a better idea of how to please their girlfriends or wives. Some have admitted to finding the gender role reversal that comes with pegging to be such a turn-on.

It takes a lot of courage and vulnerability for a straight man to let a woman penetrate him. The idea of submitting to a woman can be appealing to some. For women, pegging allows them to be inside a man, which in itself is thrilling. They don’t often get to experience that.


Pegging 101

Before anything else, you and your partner should make sure you’re both on board with pegging. Talk about it at length first. Don’t jump into it right away.

Start by asking your partner for a massage. Or, to be more specific, have them massage the area around your anus and perineum. When you’re ready, have them insert a finger to loosen you up before you graduate to a strap-on.

You need four pieces of equipment to try pegging: A dildo, a strap-on, lube, and an O-ring. You can find those in any sex shop. When choosing a toy, go for one that has a slicker feeling. If it’s your first time trying pegging, a non-phallic one would be best.

Next, make sure you have plenty of lube on hand. The anus doesn’t naturally lubricate like a vagina, so lube to make things easier for you and your partner. Make sure to buy lube that’s compatible with your dildo. For instance, silicone lube isn’t compatible with silicone toys. Strange, but true.


So is Prince William the royal in the blind item?

No one knows for sure. As of this writing, the royal family hasn’t commented on the issue, and it’s unlikely they ever will.

Regardless, if you’re a straight man, remember this: There’s no shame in being pegged. Let go of your inhibitions and try it!

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