Vaginal and anal sex

What does anal feel like for men? Well, considering some men seem totally obsessed with it, it's easy to assume that it must feel amazing, but I'm not really sure why it's so different from good, old PIV penetration. As someone without a penis, I'm wasn't really aware what the sensation difference is for men — but now there's a way to know. An AskReddit thread asked men to talk about the difference between the two and their responses are really interesting and very graphic. Because even for the guys who loved doing it, not all of them actually preferred the feeling of anal to the feeling of vaginal sex.
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21 Women Compare Anal and Vaginal Sex

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Are there dangers in having vaginal sex immediately after anal sex?

I read some articles that say even if both partners are monogomous, condoms should be used. Reading your insights gave me much relief. Question I have is that we like to start out with his penis in my vagina for a few minutes, then he withdraws and puts in my ass, then he puts it back in my vagina. Is this safe? I know once he puts it back into my vagina, the penis should be washed off. But what if we are using condoms, if we start to have sex first in the vagina, then he pulls out, do we then put a condom on for anal sex, and then take it off to finish up with vaginal sex?
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vaginal sex, then anal sex, back to vaginal sex

My girlfriend and I have been together for about three years and we were both tested last year for all sexually transmitted diseases STD — as we both had genital warts. All tests came back negative. I recently had unprotected anal sex with her and then unprotected vaginal sex immediately afterwards. Is there any way we could pick up an STD or anything else from doing this? If so what would you recommend to reduce the risk?
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If you're reading this, you may either have decided to have anal sex for the first time or added it to your regular sexual repertoire. Either way, congratulations! Thanks to the clusters of nerve endings around that region and maybe the sense of inhibition that comes with partaking in the act, depending on how you see it , anal sex can feel incredibly good for some people. Basically, you shouldn't ever switch from anal to vaginal sex without using a new condom. I'm not going to say the vagina is sterile and there are no bacteria there—there are tons, but there are even more in the anal area," says Minkin.
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