Sex is a never ending topic for discussion. Just when you think you know it all, you realize there’s so much more to know. False or inaccurate information about sex is everywhere now. In the papers, your bedroom, on the streets. Somebody always has a tip that is just little more than promoting a myth. If you had plans on repeating some doubtful information about sex, here are a few real tips dispel popular sex myths so you can at least hold your chin up high in your discussions without embarrassing yourself.
1. Size matters: Is it a universal law that what’s bigger has to be better? Do you feel the intensity of your pleasure depends on the size of his organ? Wrong. Only about 4 centimetres (external one third) of the vaginal canal contains sensory nerves for arousal and orgasms. So why waste time trying to stimulate the internal two thirds of the vaginal canal when there’s not going to be any response? Focus your attention to more important matters, women!
2. He will only fall asleep after sex if you don’t provide great conversation to keep him alert: Sorry ladies but this is about genetic programming, not about conversation. Men cannot help but fall asleep straight after indulging in sexual activity because their brains are ordering them to do so.Scientists have verified through research that the male brain is programmed to switch off after orgasm while the female brain stays alert leaving most women staring at the ceiling in frustration regardless of what conversation piece is introduced.
3. Love foods or aphrodisiacs will get you “tingly”: Pigging out on oysters and strawberries to spice up your sex life? Sorry to break your bubble women, it’s nothing but a placebo effect. As in, if people believe oysters and chocolate are supposed to be sexually stimulating foods, they very well might become aroused after consuming them. Aphrodisiacs have no provable affect on the libido.