12 COMMON SEX MYTHS DEBUNKED

 

 

12 COMMON SEX MYTHS DEBUNKED

 

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Sex is a fun and interesting topic but it can also divide opinion and at times have a mind of it’s own. In some ways, different aspects and topics of sex can be like a giant big game of Chinese whispers in which the truth is further distorted each time the facts are passed on and recycled.

 

So today we are breaking down some of the most common sex myths and revealing the truth so that you have factual information to refer to when you need to know the answers to sexual related questions that can be important and even very necessary to know when it comes to matters of sexual health and protection.

 

So let’s jump straight into our list of common sex myths:

 

12 SEX MYTHS

 

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1 – BIG HANDS AND FEET = BIG D#$K

 

All the basketball players out there might want  to cover your ears for our firs sex myth because there has been no proven correlation between men that have big hands and feet also being well endowed.

 

2 – SIZE MATTERS

 

Continuing on with the topic of size, the common theory that size matters during sex is also without clear evidence. When it comes to penetrative sex involving the insertion of the penis into the vagina, the main pleasure created is due to the penis pressing against the G-spot during sex.

 

The reason that size really doesn’t matter as much as people suggest is that the females G-spot is located between 1.5 to 3 inches inside the vaginal wall on the upper roof.

 

So as long as your penis is between 1.5 to 3 inches, you will be able to stimulate her G-spot and create pleasure for her.

 

3 – WHO WET THE BED? 

 

Did you think that only men had wet dreams? Well think again because women are also capable of having wet dreams throughout the night. Whilst far less common, it does happen.

 

4 – CAN YOU DOUBLE BAG THAT PLEASE SIR?

 

Some people believe that wearing 2 condoms will decrease the possibility of an unwanted pregnancy or STD. Not only is this a myth, but wearing 2 condoms will actually increase the risk of both because the 2 condoms can rub together and cause breakage which exposes the skin and semen within the vagina.

 

5 – THE CLITORIS IS TINY

 

Some men state that the clitoris is difficult to locate due to it’s small size. In actual fact though, the clitoris is a large structure which is even bigger than the male penis.

 

The clitoris that men are referring to is actually just the clitoral head and the entire clitoris actually extends behind the walls of the ladies vulva or vaginal lips and is even said to share some of the same nerves that connect to the ladies G-spot.

 

6 – NO CONDOM WHEN USING THE BACK DOOR

 

Couples can make the very risky mistake of thinking that they don’t need to wear a condom when they have anal sex. Whilst it’s not possible to fall pregnant when having anal sex, just think about the area in which you are placing your penis.

 

Obviously the anus is filled with germs and bacteria and exposing your bare skin in this area can cause very serious, even catastrophic health problems for both parties. This is especially the case given the fact that many STD’s are asymptomatic. Asymptomatic means that you may have an active STD  but you don’t have any visible or noticeable signs such as seeing any abnormalities or feeling any different types of sensations.

 

7 – STD = A LIFE SENTENCE

 

Whilst a healthy fear of contracting an STD is not a bad thing and will hopefully scare people into practicing safe sex, not all STD’s are a life sentence and some like gonorrhea and chlamydia can be cured with antibiotics you can be given by the doctor.

 

With that said, STD’s that are caused by viruses like HIV, HPV, herpes and hepatitis can’t be cured. Much like a cold sore found on the lip, once you have contracted the virus that creates the STD, that virus will always be present in the body and the signs and symptoms of the STD can reappear periodically throughout your life.

 

8 – PERIOD = NO BABIES

 

If you don’t wear a condom when your partner has her period then you had better start doing so. Whilst it is less likely to occur than at other weeks in the month, a lady can still fall pregnant when she has her period because a man’s sperm stays active for 6 days and is searching for fertile eggs during that whole time.

 

9 – SEX GET’S WORSE THE OLDER YOU ARE

 

Whilst it’s a horrible thought, the fact is your parents and even grandparents may be having more satisfying and enjoyable sex than you are. I’ll give you a moment to process that visual before we continue …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

 

I do apologise for creating that mental image but this is an important point to make if you feel that your sex life is doomed as you reach your twilight years.

 

Generally speaking, the more you do something the more you learn and the better you become at that task. So as men and women continue to have sex over the course of their adult lives, they are learning more about the opposite sex and their own bodies to be able to effectively pleasure their partner.

 

Of more importance though, is the fact that older couples report having a stronger emotional connection and more emphasis on sensuality, connection and care for one another which increases the level of love of enjoyment and satisfaction felt during sex.

 

10 – VAGINA = BEST CHANCE TO ORGASM

 

Most men are unaware that up to 75% of women require clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm. So instead of rushing through foreplay and focusing on conventional penetrative sex, men need to spend ample time stimulating the clitoris during foreplay, by performing oral sex and also choosing positions that allow you or the lady to stimulate the clitoris with your fingers as you penetrate with your penis.

 

11 – WET = TURNED ON

 

Whilst a ladies level of vaginal lubrication is almost always a very good indication of her level of sexual arousal, there are certain factors that can cause a women to have decreased lubrication despite being turned on.

Some of these examples include:

  • Hormonal changes
  • Side effects of certain medications
  • Emotional and psychological issues such as stress, anxiety and depression
  • Cancer treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy
  • Contraceptives like the birth control pill can affect a females ovaries and her level of vaginal lubrication
  • Irritants such as underwear, tampons, soap and shampoos, perfumes and some sexual lubricants
  • Drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes causes significant dehydration within the body which naturally includes the walls of the vagina
  • Extreme exercise for extended periods of time can also alter the function of a woman’s ovaries and her menstrual period which can both affect her level of lubrication.

 

12 – WOMEN ARE LESS INTERESTED IN SEX

 

This may be one of the most common statements made by men, particularly men with girlfriends and especially men in long term marriages. Whilst women may not think about sex as often as men and may not discuss their desires as openly, this does not mean they don’t enjoy the actual act of sex as much as men do.

 

This whole issue of men thinking that women are less interested in sex is actually a case of men not understanding that women require more energy and effort to become aroused to have sex and need to adjust the way that they approach sex with women.

 

Unlike men who are almost always in the mood, women require more emotional connection from their partner and need to feel happy and satisfied with your relationship on the whole to be able to want to take part in sex whole heartedly.

 

So instead of just assuming that your wife or girlfriend is not as interested in sex as you are, you should instead try and figure out what issues  may be occurring in your relationship. By improving those issues you will in turn improve your partners attitude towards your sex life.

 

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