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All products are independently selected by our editors. If you buy something, we may earn an affiliate commission. Flicking through anthropological texts yields a pathetic number of references to heterosexual anal sex. Is this because researchers assume that it's only for homosexual guys? Those researchers are missing a trick. Our resident sex anthropologist Florence Walker investigates. The Ancient Greeks weren't the only peoples to have had a mania for portraying sex acts in clay.
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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.