Women are NOT required to have Anal Sex with their husbands


Tonight when I was a guest on the Alan Colmes show a caller named Emily called in(not to be confused with the Emily who comments on here all the time) and she told Alan that I told a woman she had to submit to her husbands desire for anal sex.

The woman she is referring to I believe is Victoria.  Victoria asked me if she had to submit to her husbands desire for anal sex and this was my response to her:

September 17, 2015 at 6:49 pm


The Scriptural requirement for you to give your body to husband to meet his sexual needs does NOT require you submitting to abuse. It is a medical fact that the anus, unlike the mouth or vagina, is a truly an EXIT ONLY orifice. The lining on in the anus is easily torn and bleeds and infections can easily be caused by this.

Biblically speaking when we desire something that God did not intend us to have that is selfishness, that is covetousness and it is sin. God did not design your anus for your husband to penetrate it, so by definition his desire is selfish…”

The comment has not been edited – the time stamp remains September 17, 2015 at 6:49 pm when I made my statement.

So Emily – you spoke something untrue. 

Perhaps you misread my comments elsewhere and if you thought I supported that please feel free to reference those comments where you think I did.  I have never ever supported anal sex or told women they must submit to it.

I found it positively exhilarating that Alan Colmes, a self professed liberal and strong believer in feminism, actually took Rosie to task on her rape accusations. He was just going on what she said so he called me supposedly telling women they should submit to anal sex “creepy” but he said it was not rape.

In fact he went on to tell her that if a wife did not like it she could just leave the marriage.  It is her choice to stay, her choice to submit to anal sex. Again I am not promoting anal sex or that wives should submit to it.  But if a man pressured his wife to have anal sex – not physically, but simply by convincing her it was her duty to submit to it and she does submit to it – that is not rape.  It is a decision she made.