SEX MYTHS YOU NEED TO STOP BELIEVING

SEX MYTHS YOU NEED TO STOP BELIEVING
 LET GO OF THE SEXUAL MISCONCEPTIONS AND EMBRACE THE FACTS ABOUT YOUR BODY AND SEXUAL HEALTH

 

It is true that the more you hear about something, the more you believe that it is true, no matter how outrageous it may sound. There is so much wrong information about sexuality and sexual health, which has impacted how we view some sexual topics as a society. Often, we do not find the time to do the necessary research but rather hop on the train and believe what we hear around us. Although most of these myths may not impact us negatively, they can affect how we go about our sexual life to some extent. For example, Most women fancy tall, skinny guys because it is speculated that they have bigger penises until they try it for themselves and wonder why this tall, skinny man has a small penis. Not everything we hear is genuine. Only in-depth research or science-based articles like this can reveal what is a myth and what is a fact. From tall, skinny guys having bigger penises to frequent sex making a vagina looser, we will debunk all common sex myths we have heard since we were teenagers. Today, I will share eight common sex myths you need to stop believing and why. And to bring some clarity to mask misinformation, read to find out if staring at a woman's boob helps men to live longer.

 

1.  DO TALL, SKINNY GUYS HAVE BIGGER PENISES? (SEX MYTH)

One sex myth is that the height and build of a man have no impact on his penis size, length, or girth. Being skinny can make the penis look bigger than it is.

2. DO WOMEN HAVE A LOWER SEX DRIVE THAN MEN? (SEX MYTH)

Women want sex just as much as men. Sometimes, even more than men. It is just that society has made some women suppress their sexual desires. 

3. HAVING SEX WHILE STANDING UP WON’T GET YOU PREGNANT
Sperm can swim up against gravity, and they move very fast. Standing up during sex won’t stop sperm from reaching the eggs.

4. FREQUENT SEX CAN STRETCH OUT THE VAGINA
The vagina is an elastic organ that can increase in size and depth. During arousal, the vagina relaxes and expands. After sex the vagina snaps back to its original size as if nothing happened.

5. CAN I GET PREGNANT ON YOUR PERIOD? (SEX MYTH)

While it is likely to get pregnant on your period, it is still very possible, especially if your menstral cycle is irregular. Sperm can also stay in the vagina for up to 5 days after sex, waiting for the ovulation period to fertilize and produce a baby (embryo).

6. A BROKEN HYMEN MEANS A WOMAN HAS HAD SEX BEFORE
Not every woman is born with a hymen. There are so many reasons other than virginty why a girl might not have a hymen. One being that the hymen can wear out from physical activities and hormones. Only about 43% of women bleed during their first intercourse. The hymen is not an indicator of virginity. 

7. THE BIGGER THE DICK, THE BETTER THE SEX
This is another sex myth, we have to stop believing. Sexual pleasure and satisfaction have nothing to do with penis size. Clitoral stimulation, is what makes women orgasm. The most sensitive parts of a vagina are about 2 inches inside. The important thing is to know how to use what you possess. For example, Someone with a huge penis will not be able to sexually satisfy a woman the way a small dick will, and vice versa. 

 8. CAN SHOE SIZE TELL YOU ABOUT THE SIZE OF HIS PENIS? (SEX MYTH)

The last sex myth for today is that Shoe size cannot tell you the size of a penis. It was proven by a study conducted in London that. There is no correlation between foot size and penis size. And not even one study has proven there is a correlation between show size and penile length. So never judge a book by its cover. Try to read the book and see for yourself.

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