For all of us, myths not only serve to entertain us but also to convey in us the idea of believing in them or not. Some stories are believable. Some people will try to tell us that some stories are true.
Whether Greek, Indian, Norse, at some point we will be forced to believe it. When I was a kid, I thought unicorns were real. Growing up, I aimed to have one in my life.
At the same time, growing up, I learned a lot from my mother, my grandmother, books and other children. We don’t have any social networking sites these days. But now websites only have a share button instead of our grandma’s favorite pastime.
In adolescence, stories of beautiful mystical creatures were replaced by sex myths. While it’s normal to think of unicorns at age 5, some sex myths can actually harm the human psyche.
Especially in a country where there is no sex edition, this can be a big risk. After receiving repeated questions about some sex myths in my current position on sexual health, I think it’s time to debunk them:
Men 7 each They think about sex for a second
It’s been 3 hours since I woke up today and I can assure you that I haven’t once thought about sex. Well, maybe once. But that’s all. A study conducted by the Kinsey Institute on this subject proves that the statistic is a myth.
According to survey statistics, 54% of men think about sex every day or several times, 43% a few times a month or a few times a week, and 4% less than once a month. Thinking about it. While no one can say exactly how often the thought of sex pops into a man’s brain, it’s safe to say that sex isn’t always on men’s minds, and it certainly isn’t. every 7 seconds.
Men cheat more than women
Although there are many high-profile acts of infidelity among cheating men, a study conducted at Indiana University suggests that cheating is at the same rate when it comes to both genders, but the reasons for this infidelity are different. It doesn’t solve cheating, but realize the problem isn’t one-dimensional. If you feel there is a problem between the two, it is better to sit down and talk about it. Communication is the key not only to intimacy, but also to a healthy and strong relationship.
Men must have big penises to please women
One of the most asked questions these days is, “Can I satisfy my partner if I have a small penis?” Do you sell penis enlargement products? There are many internet scams based on this myth. Penis size has nothing to do with sexual pleasure. Well-known sex therapist Dr. Prakash Kothari says penis size does not matter.
“On average, a woman’s genitals measure four to six inches. And only the outer third of the vagina is sensitive. About two-thirds of the inner third are insensitive. According to this claim, even men with two-inch penises can satisfy a woman.
So, if you are a man with a small penis, you need to pay attention to external genital health. Because that’s what’s important, he says. Better to follow this advice than to fall for penis enlargement scams.
Men prefer sex to relationships
According to Andrew Smiler, professor of psychology at Wake Forest University, Professor Smiler said that physical and emotional intimacy are more important to men than people realize. People believe that men who say they prefer relationships to casual sex are rare or full of bullshit.
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