7 Awful Sex Myths That Everyone Needs to Stop Believing

Stop Believing These Popular Sex Myths Right Now


3. He’s a Man…Must be Ready for Sex

A study conducted by Nobre P, et al. Journal of Sex Research in 2006 tells that most of the women think that men are always ready for sex when in reality they are not always feeling it. They tend to develop intimacy and an emotional relationship first.

Must be Ready for Sex

As a matter of fact, if a man thinks of being ready for sex all the time, he is more likely to suffer from erectile issues as compared to those who don’t.

4. A woman’s vagina becomes loose if she’s promiscuous

Probably the worst misconception of them all! There is a very little evidence that a woman’s vagina can permanently stretch after a sexual intercourse. Irrespective of her sexual partners, a woman’s vagina doesn’t change its shape, size or color, except for when she gets older.

A Woman’s Vagina Becomes loose if she’s Promiscuous

Dr. Sari Locker goes on to say:

It’s a myth that a woman’s vagina becomes permanently stretched out from having sex with a man with a large penis. After each sexual encounter, the vagina contracts to its original size, and it has no lasting stretching.

Another study published in Human Reproduction back in 2006 tells that the vaginal anatomy has been poorly studied.

The fact here is that a vagina comes in all colors, sizes, and shapes.

5. Female Ejaculation is Fake or Forced

Many of us still have the odd belief that a woman’s ejaculation is either fake or it’s forced. A UK-made porno back in 2014 banned the female ejaculation, but not for males.

Female Ejaculation is Fake or Forced

A study tells that approximately 40% of the women experience emission of urine when they reach an orgasm and this is involuntary. Another study that was published in New Scientist tells that this squirting, in some way, helps in reproductive function.

Overall, it doesn’t affect every woman, as you often see in pornographic content. It’s same as male ejaculation but the timing might be delayed.

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