Young men in the study appeared to perceive having anal sex as a feat in competition. The results also revealed somewhat surprising, and in some cases concerning, aspects of anal sex. The researchers also found that condoms don't seem to be a frequent element in anal sex, and when they were used, it was for hygiene purposes not STD prevention. The researchers wrote that it seemed women commonly saw their role as accepting or declining their partner's request for anal sex, rather than being an equal decision-maker about this sexual activity. However, the findings may not be generalizable to all populations, because they are based on a small study of heterosexual teenagers. The researchers found that many interviewed teenagers didn't know it is possible to get a sexually transmitted disease STD from unprotected anal sex. Some actually said that getting an STD via anal sex was impossible, or less likely than for vaginal intercourse, according to the study. For example, one interviewee said: "I thought it was going to be a lot better to be honest. The results showed that most teens' anal sex experiences occurred in a relationship setting, but first experiences with anal sex were rarely under circumstances of mutual exploration of sexual pleasure.
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