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But in this case, all the displays were centered around one thing: anal sex. Presented by the butt plug company b-vibe , the exhibition taught us that anal sex has basically been around since time immemorial, starting with the ancient Moche civilization of Peru.
Here are 7 things you probably never knew about anal sex from the Museum of Sex Exhibit. The Moche of ancient Peru , a culture that thrived between the first and the eighth centuries A. In fact, Moche pottery depicts anal sex way more than it depicts vaginal sex. Historians believe this is because the Moche used anal sex as a means of birth control , but evidence also suggests that they believed that sperm was a life force that could increase breast milk production.
Therefore, after having a child, heterosexual couples would do it in the bum for the sake of their baby. Anal sex was also common practice for heterosexual couples on their wedding night also for contraceptive purposes.
That said, even though anal sex took place behind closed doors, it was still viewed as taboo. It was only really socially acceptable between a grown man and a boy usually a slave. If you've ever had anal sex, you know that lube is crucial , and the Greeks intuitively understood this. Evidence from around BCE suggests that the Greeks used olive oil as a lubricant during butt sex. While they had the right idea, it's important to note that you definitely should not use olive oil for anal sex, or any oil-based lubes, for that matter.
Coconut oil, olive oil, or anything made with oil are not compatible with latex condoms , so stick with a water-based or silicone lube. Both are latex-friendly and are great for anal.