5 Debunked Sex Myths that are Sure to Raise your Curiosity

 

Whether they admit it or not, people constantly think about sex. Most of the time, men prove to think more about sex than women do because it’s in their nature to want to have it. As people get more involved in sexual activities, they gain more information about how to pleasure themselves and their partners. If you think you’re already a sex expert, here are 5 sex myths that you must have heard about.

 

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Photo from: sexhealthtips.com

 

Expect great sex right away

 

In movies and drama series, we often see two people having instant chemistry which obviously will lead to great sex. However, anyone who’s been in the game should know that this situation is almost never true. Each individual is very different from the other so using your “old tricks” on someone new may not bring you good results.  Some find good communication as a great tool that leads to great sex because you can openly talk about what is pleasurable for you and your partner.

 

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photo from: mensfitness.com

 

Men are always ready for sex

 

Even though people say that men are always ready to have sex at any time, lots of men are saying that this is not true. Just like women, men’s libido isn’t always high and is affected by stress, tiredness, and other factors. Take these factors added by their partner’s willingness to have sex, self-esteem or relationship problems can definitely put off a man’s desire to have sex.

 

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photo from: sexualweaknessbandage.com

 

Viagra is the solution

 

While men suffering from erectile dysfunction and older men may depend on Viagra to enjoy sex with their partners, the truth is that medication doesn’t help healthy men take pleasure in sex and may not even be an option for them in the first place. These medications are used to treat medical conditions that may be caused by other underlying conditions that need to be checked by a professional.  In addition, men who suffer from other medical conditions such as diabetes or hypertension are not encouraged to use Viagra. This is why there are alternative solutions to erectile dysfunction including suppositories and injections.

 

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photo from: hintsmagazineonline.com

 

Size matters

 

Contrary to the popular myth that the “bigger the penis size is, the better the sex”, it has been proven that penis size is not that important. Anyone with any sexual experience knows that a person’s sexual drive is more important than the penis size and is usually responsible for great sex.

 

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photo from Cosmopolitan.com

 

Oral sex is a free pass to pleasure

 

Oral sex seems both pleasurable and safe to most people because both parties enjoy it and it prevents unwanted pregnancy. Although this is true, it’s not as safe as people would make it to be because STD (sexually transmitted diseases) can also come from oral sex. This is due to the exchange of bodily fluids that allows these types of diseases to enter the body through cuts inside the mouth or the throat. So the next time you engage in oral sex or any type of intercourse, it’s best to be careful.

 

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