If you’re anything like most men, you’ve probably heard a few things about sex that may just sound a bit questionable.
Now while most of them are obviously for the sake of getting a few laughs, some are rather convincing and could result to an unfortunate setback or two between the sheets if followed as advice.
Here are some of the most ridiculous sex myths that you should steer clear of to avoid having problems in the bedroom sooner or later…
Women can’t get pregnant when they’re having their period.
A lot of guys mistakenly believe that menstruating women are simply incapable of having babies. Sure women having their period are unlikely to get pregnant, but it is still possible that there will be an egg that’ll be fertilized if they have unprotected sex with a man.
Unless your lover is on the pill or regularly maintains anti-pregnancy shots, make it a point to always wear a condom even if she is having her period. It is better to be safe than sorry, you know.
You can pleasure a woman more if you have a bigger penis.
It isn’t true that size matters during sex. Your ability to give a woman an amazing time in bed doesn’t have to depend on how big your penis is. The most sensitive nerve endings are located in the outermost part of the vagina and even men with average-size penises can easily stimulate them.
Guys are more sexual than women.
Now while this may sound surprising, men and women pretty much have the same sex drive levels. The only difference is men can get sexually aroused at the drop of a hat through visual means. We can easily get ready for lovemaking the moment we see sexy images and other provocative things.
As for women, they need to be psychologically stimulated first to really get going in the bedroom. This is the reason why they need to have a good bout of foreplay to kick things off before getting ready for full on sexual penetration.
Men are expected to have erectile dysfunction when they get older.
Although it’s true that the muscles and tissues in the body will weaken with age, this can easily be prevented with regular exercise. This also holds true for the penis. As long as it is “exercised” recurrently through masturbation and lovemaking, you won’t have to worry about losing the power of your erections even a bit no matter how old you are.