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Truths and lies about sex

Truths and lies about sex


  • For a sexual relationship to be good, both people have to reach orgasm.
  • Sexual intercourse is only full when men and women reach orgasm at the same time.
  • Simultaneous orgasms are more pleasant than orgasms than those experienced separately.
  • The woman does not need to discharge her sexual needs like the man.
  • If the woman does not enjoy sex, it is the man's fault.
  • A few extra cups stimulate desire and encourage people to get closer and perform better sexually.
  • There are two different types of orgasms in women: one vaginal and one clitorial.
  • The sexual life of women ends with the menopause.
  • Sexual desire and potency decrease considerably after 40 or 50 years.
  • Masturbation is an almost exclusive practice of men.
  • Masturbation in men or women is a sign that something is wrong with their sexuality.
  • Masturbation decreases sexual potency.
  • Very frequent masturbation leads to homosexuality. The absence of the hymen proves that a woman is not a virgin.
  • The woman reaches orgasm when she feels the penetration of the penis.
  • Sterilization reduces the sexual impulse of women.
  • The elderly man lacks advantages in relation to the young, in relation to sexual satisfaction.
  • Impotence means loss of virility.
  • Impotence is natural and irreversible in the elderly man.
  • Man is always willing to have sex.
  • If the man does not get excited in a sexual situation is that he has problems with functioning.
  • A man who enjoys stimulation of his anal area is homosexual or has a tendency to be.
  • Orgasm and ejaculation in man are the same phenomenon.
  • A man with a small penis cannot provide the same pleasure to a woman as another with a large penis.
  • In homosexual relationships one plays the role of man and the other of woman.
  • Homosexuals are obsessed with sex more than heterosexuals.
  • Homosexuality is due to a disturbance in childhood.


  • The orgasm It is characterized by a rise in blood pressure, an increase in heart rate, a deeper and faster breathing, congestion of special tissues with blood (penile cavernous bodies in men and clitoris and perivaginal area in women) and finally , the explosive release of accumulated nerve tension. This release is immediately followed by a rapid return or involution of the body to the normal state. The subjective sensation of orgasm is predominantly centered in the pelvic region, in the penis, in the prostate and in the seminal vesicles in men and in the clitoris, in the vagina and uterus of women. Orgasm is a short-lived experience of no more than ten or twelve seconds., with an intensity difficult to explain.
  • Alcohol has a clear deshinibidor effect, since it acts on the cerebral cortex, definishing the person and his sexual desire. However, alcohol has these effects only if ingested in a small amount and for a short time. When it exceeds certain dose limits, the effect is totally contrary and disturbing of sexual desire, since it prevents a good erection, causing ejaculatory disorders. In women it also disturbs the orgasmic capacity. In addition, repeated alcohol consumption involves many other dangers such as injury to the upper centers of the brain and liver, among others. Many women and alcoholic men began consuming alcohol to stimulate, disinhibit and dare to first social and then sexual contact.
  • Sexual desire does not have to decrease with age. The man, even in advanced ages, is able to have good erections and be in perfect condition to have sex with penetration, although the number of erections is not as abundant as in previous ages is not significant of "lack of quality."
  • More and more women are not ashamed and enjoy their own body with the masturbation. Both men and women practice it throughout their lives, without this at all meaning that their sexual lives are precarious or that their sexual potential is diminished. On the contrary, many couples can find new ways of pleasure first individually and then put them into practice in common.
  • Popularly have existed myths and taboos at all times and places about menstruation, which have caused shame and even repulsion with such a natural fact. For many religions, sexual relations are prohibited during the period of menstruation, reaching to extreme degrees to force women to isolation, to preserve her husband from his bad influences. There are women who refuse to make love in those days out of disgust or shame, and men who also believed the myth and support their women in that monthly act of hygiene and good customs. Menstruation should be lived naturally and safely, there is no reason not to have sex during this period.
  • One of the most common complaints of women seeking help from sex therapists is the inability to reach orgasm during intercourse, despite a full response to other forms of sexual stimulation. That women do not have the same ease of having an orgasm as men, has nothing to do with how to obtain them. Psychological blockage and bad education seems to be the answer to that difficulty. The quality of an orgasm, that is, the intensity, duration and overall pleasure, can vary from one intercourse to the other. The originality and frequency of the occurrence can influence the quality of the following sexual experience, as can also influence factors such as anxiety, guilt, anger or depression. They play an important role, the indifference to the partner and the context where the love relationship takes place.
  • Female orgasms can be obtained by stroking the clitoris or the area near it. The clitoris is the barely visible and palpable part of a very complex and extensive organ, which sinks its roots riding over the vaginal canal entrance, behind the major and minor lips of the vulva.
  • In the female orgasm the clitoris always intervenes. Even in those women who say that they only achieve orgasm with penetration, they would be surprised if they knew that they obtained it because the penis brushes the entrance of the vagina and gives small blows with the pubic bone and the testicular bags, the vulva area. This means that the clitoris is excited in many ways, because the corpora cavernosa (as in the penis) that fill with blood with excitement and rubbing are found in it. Everything that "feels" the vagina, feels it because "it is lent" by the clitoris, which surrounds the entrance of the vaginal canal.
  • The absence of hymen in a woman does not necessarily mean that she is not a virgin. The hymen is a fold of mucosa, skin and fibrous tissue located in the vaginal canal. This may be absent, small, thin and flexible or, rarely, hard and dense, completely obscuring the vaginal opening, in which case it would be necessary to intervene surgically because not even menstruation can pass through it. It therefore has many forms, and except in rare anomalies, it is transferable by vaginal fluid, even by something larger such as the penis, not breaking until the woman gives birth.
  • It is not true that men need to discharge their sexual energy more than women, it is not strange that a man ever says no. This myth often causes the man to have sexual relations, even without desire, thus causing frustrated encounters. Man may also lack sexual desire.
  • The anal zone is an erogenous zone, which makes no difference between men and women. This area may be a man's favorite and this does not indicate homosexuality at all. Many men repress or ignore the pleasure felt in this area because they do not consider it "weird" in their preferences.
  • Ejaculation and orgasm usually occur together, but this is not always the case.. In some neurological patients such as paraplegics, if the spinal cord injury is high and has not damaged the nerve area directly responsible for the emission, the person can ejaculate without obtaining orgasm.
  • Both erection and ejaculation can occur without any physical stimulation.. An example of this are nocturnal ejaculations (pollution) and, of course, the appearance of morning or night erections.
  • The man does not have to have a total erection to have an orgasm. This error that translates from the myth that assumes that orgasm and ejaculation in man are the same thing. As in general, orgasm and ejaculation coincide in time, they are usually thought to be the same phenomenon. There may be orgasms without ejaculation, as well as ejaculation without orgasm.
  • Female orgasmic satisfaction is not affected by penis size. Believing that a man is more powerful than another by the fact of having more centimeters in his penis, has no scientific basis. The penis size has nothing to do with the sexual satisfaction of the partner. Interestingly, and although it may seem a lie, many women share these misconceptions with men. The man with a large penis is considered to be more sexually potent than the man with a small penis. Men tend to worry too much about the size of their penis, because they have been conditioned culturally, associating size with "masculinity", "strength" or "courage" and being the penis many times compared to others.
  • It is not true that homosexuals are more obsessed with sex than other people. This depends on the way of being of each one, there are heterosexual people very obsessed with this issue, what happens is that popularly it is more "well seen" and even "allowed" to become evident among heterosexuals than between homosexuals.
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