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Condom, Honeymoon, and Lesbians: 1. Myth: A woman's "first time" is meant to hurt. A woman's first-time might hurt if she's not turned on enough, if her partner is too rough, or if she's feeling anxious and tense Also, while most women's hymens are worn away before their first times, it plays basically no role in discomfort during sex anyway. 2. Myth: You can tell when you (or someone else) have an STI. Unfortunately, a quick peek with a miror every now and then won't cut it. Lots of STis don't have any signs or symptoms at all, and the only way to be sure you're clear is if you get tested. 3. Myth: Hymens "break" the first time a woman has sex. Nope. Hymens can't break. They're more like a door frame than a barier. They're usually worn away by the time you're a teen thanks to things like exercise, and even walking, and if they weren't, you wouldn't be able to menstruate properly. So, if women bleed during their first time, it's nat their hymen "breaking"-it's probably vaginal tissue bleeding because of poor lubrication or 4. Myth: Taking PrEP means you don't have to use a condom. PrEP is a drug that significantly lowers the risk of becoming HIV positive and some people believe that if you take it, you no langer need to use a PrEP only reduces the risk of HIV infection, so it doesn't protect against other STDs like gonomhoea or chlamydia, and it only works if taken daily. Using a condom and PrEP also reduces the risk of Hiv even further, so it's a no-brainer 5. Myth: Most women can orgasm just from vaginal sex. Most women need stimulation around their clitoris to orgasm, and that's totally normal. Around 70% ot women can't orgasm just from vaginal sex. So it you want to orgasm during penetration, make sure that area gets some attention. 6-Myth: Using a condom ruins" sex. Can't teel anything when wearing a condom? This is most likely because you're wearing the wrong size and there isn't enough lubrication. Finding the right fit will drastically improve your experience. 7. Myth: Vaginas get looser the more a woman has sex. A locked up, squeezed up, shut-down vagina is a tense, non-aroused one, not a virginal one." When women are turned on and relaxed, their vaginal muscles loosen slightly, and tighten again after sex. Or, put another way, if giving birth to a baby doesn't permanently change the shape of a vagina neither will a penis 8. Myth: Lesbians can't really have sex. This one neads to be debunked, like now. Lesbians can detinitely have sex, in lots of difterent ways, with or without sex toys-just like any other couple 9. Myth: Virginity only involves a penis and a vagina. There isn't one solid, exact definition of what "sex is. Most of us grew up thinking losing your virginity only involved PIV sex, but this is a realy heterocentric view that excludes a lot of people's realities and experiences. The truth is, "virginity" has different meanings to different people and only you get to say when you've "lost it" or not 10. Myth: You only need to use condoms for penetration. You can get STis from oral sex, so make sure to get regularly tested, and to use condoms or dental dams- whether you're giving or receiving. You can also get STis from sex toys, so putting condoms on them reduces the risk of you catching something (and can make them last longer 11. Myth: Women should pee before sex to avoid UTls. High school lied to us. Peeing before sex is the number one cause of honeymoon cystitis. You should wait to pee after sex because a strong pee stream increases the chances of pushing vaginal bacteria back out. 12. Myth: Older people never have sex. Your gramps are totally doing it. Studies show that 60% of men and 42% of women aged 65-74 are sexually active, though the trequency of sex reduces with age Basically, sex has no expiry date. 12 sex myths debunked!
Condom, Honeymoon, and Lesbians: 1. Myth: A woman's "first time" is meant
 to hurt.
 A woman's first-time might hurt if she's not turned
 on enough, if her partner is too rough, or if she's
 feeling anxious and tense
 Also, while most women's hymens are worn away
 before their first times, it plays basically no role in
 discomfort during sex anyway.
 2. Myth: You can tell when you (or
 someone else) have an STI.
 Unfortunately, a quick peek with a miror every now
 and then won't cut it. Lots of STis don't have any
 signs or symptoms at all, and the only way to be
 sure you're clear is if you get tested.
 3. Myth: Hymens "break" the first time a
 woman has sex.
 Nope. Hymens can't break. They're more like a
 door frame than a barier. They're usually worn
 away by the time you're a teen thanks to things like
 exercise, and even walking, and if they weren't, you
 wouldn't be able to menstruate properly.
 So, if women bleed during their first time, it's nat
 their hymen "breaking"-it's probably vaginal
 tissue bleeding because of poor lubrication or
 4. Myth: Taking PrEP means you don't
 have to use a condom.
 PrEP is a drug that significantly lowers the risk of
 becoming HIV positive and some people believe
 that if you take it, you no langer need to use a
 PrEP only reduces the risk of HIV infection, so it
 doesn't protect against other STDs like gonomhoea
 or chlamydia, and it only works if taken daily. Using
 a condom and PrEP also reduces the risk of Hiv
 even further, so it's a no-brainer
 5. Myth: Most women can orgasm just
 from vaginal sex.
 Most women need stimulation around their clitoris
 to orgasm, and that's totally normal. Around 70%
 ot women can't orgasm just from vaginal sex. So it
 you want to orgasm during penetration, make sure
 that area gets some attention.
 6-Myth: Using a condom ruins" sex.
 Can't teel anything when wearing a condom? This
 is most likely because you're wearing the wrong
 size and there isn't enough lubrication. Finding the
 right fit will drastically improve your experience.
 7. Myth: Vaginas get looser the more a
 woman has sex.
 A locked up, squeezed up, shut-down vagina is a
 tense, non-aroused one, not a virginal one." When
 women are turned on and relaxed, their vaginal
 muscles loosen slightly, and tighten again after sex.
 Or, put another way, if giving birth to a baby
 doesn't permanently change the shape of a vagina
 neither will a penis
 8. Myth: Lesbians can't really have sex.
 This one neads to be debunked, like now. Lesbians
 can detinitely have sex, in lots of difterent ways,
 with or without sex toys-just like any other
 couple
 9. Myth: Virginity only involves a penis
 and a vagina.
 There isn't one solid, exact definition of what "sex
 is. Most of us grew up thinking losing your virginity
 only involved PIV sex, but this is a realy
 heterocentric view that excludes a lot of people's
 realities and experiences.
 The truth is, "virginity" has different meanings to
 different people and only you get to say when
 you've "lost it" or not
 10. Myth: You only need to use condoms
 for penetration.
 You can get STis from oral sex, so make sure to get
 regularly tested, and to use condoms or dental
 dams- whether you're giving or receiving.
 You can also get STis from sex toys, so putting
 condoms on them reduces the risk of you catching
 something (and can make them last longer
 11. Myth: Women should pee before sex
 to avoid UTls.
 High school lied to us. Peeing before sex is the
 number one cause of honeymoon cystitis. You
 should wait to pee after sex because a strong pee
 stream increases the chances of pushing vaginal
 bacteria back out.
 12. Myth: Older people never have sex.
 Your gramps are totally doing it. Studies show that
 60% of men and 42% of women aged 65-74 are
 sexually active, though the trequency of sex
 reduces with age
 Basically, sex has no expiry date.
12 sex myths debunked!

12 sex myths debunked!