Byline by- Vinayak Heliwal
Sex and desire have always been viewed to be a very important part of life and we believe that we have a better grasp on it. However, it is fair to say that a lot of what people know about sex is well isn’t the full picture. Truth be told many men are also misinformed about sex.
Sex in itself is a complicated thing. Even guys who excel at understanding one facet of sex might be totally unaware when it comes to other forms of sex. So in order to have a better, happier, and healthier sex life we need to get away or unlearn sex myths.
SEX MYTHS –
Myth 1. Penis Size Matters –
The myth that a bigger Penis is better cost countless men’s sexual self-confidence and self-esteem. Many men affected by common myths or pornographic films have a non -realistic perception of what the ‘normal ‘ penis size is. Besides the myth that size plays a major role as j pleasuring a woman reinforces the importance attributed to penis size. However, the reality is that size is not a barometer for manhood. Penis size is not the final determining factor in a man’s ability to satisfy a woman or enjoy sex. Sex is more about computability rather than a big penis. A person with a small or average dick can also sexually satisfy a woman and can be desirable.
Myth 2. Sex Toys Will Replace Men in Bed –
While Women have been using sex toys for many years, it remains a bit of a taboo subject for a lot of guys. The anti-sex toy perception is due to men thinking that sex toys inclusion means that they aren’t adequate enough to satisfy their partner however this is not a reality. Sex toys are used to enhance pleasure and to explore sensation with your partner. And if your partner is willing to use sex toys are with you that means toys are making a better sex experience for both you and your partner. So it is advisable to embrace and utilize sex toys occasionally to give powerful orgasm to your partner.
Myth 3. Men must always bring women to orgasm –
A man may contribute to the pleasure of a woman through his sexual practices and relationship with that woman, but he does not have absolute control of the situation. An important role in a women’s pleasure is played by the woman herself i.e how relaxed and rested she feels and if she has sexual thoughts etc. Every person regardless of their gender affects their own personal pleasure as well as that of their partner. Being obsessed with achieving an orgasm and focusing on it may reduce pleasure for both partners and even destroy their sexual relationship.
Myth 4. Men are always ready for sex –
Many men believe that in the presence of an attractive woman they must always be able to have an erection. But in reality, this is not true .As a man may feel tired, may feel the need to develop some intimacy or some emotional connection with a woman first, etc. A study also showed that those men who believed that they must be always ready for sex were most likely to have erectile problems when compared to men who did not share this belief.
Myth 5. The Pull – Out Method is an Adequate Method of Birth Control
This myth states that men believe that a woman will not get pregnant if they “pull out” before ejaculation. Men do not always know when ejaculatory fluid begins to seep out and even ahead of a perceptible orgasm, pre-ejaculate is released and is enough to get a woman pregnant. Moreover Pulling out has zero impact on the prevention of sexually transmitted infections regardless of whether you do it before ejaculation since those can be transmitted via membrane contact.