Fun Facts About Sex: Sex talks can never be ruled out from the basic day-to-day gist. In the world at large, it is one of the most relevant and controversial, hot discussions in the world today.
Nonetheless, there are still a lot of ‘fun facts’ about s3x that you most likely do not know.
Everyone, ranging from the old to teenagers and even children has one basic knowledge about sex. So handy, yet there are still some hidden ‘fun facts’ about s3x I bet you do not know.
This is not the time for you to stop reading this article cause it’s about to get funnier here.
I’m about to take you on that journey that would get you pleasantly surprised. Trust me you are about to explore that space you haven’t before.
LET’S SEE A FEW OF THE MANY ‘FUN FACTS ABOUT SEX THAT YOU MOST LIKELY DO NOT KNOW
Fun Facts About Sex: Women Have Erections Too
I got you there right? I know. According to Sadie Allison, DHS, a sexologist, founder of Ticklekitty.com, and author of Tickle His Pickle-Your Hands-On Guide to Penis Pleasing, not only men have erections. Women do too; even though they’re smaller than men, they are just so important.
The clitoris expands and swells with blood when aroused; it comprises the same spongy erectile tissue as the penis.
Looking at your clitoris you’re all aroused, you can find out for yourself, and you’ll see it’ll get bigger.
Fun Facts About Sex: A Big Penis Won’t Stretch out or Ruin a Vagina
I know I have a whole lot of people on it; Yes!!!, this table. Stop spreading that myth and come to terms with the truth I bring you, haha.
The vaginal canal is a muscle and does not permanently expand from having allowed a large penis or toy in.
She further explains that the vagina is incredibly resilient and bounces back quickly.
Therefore, the size and shape of a lady’s labia are not an indication of her sexual status or history. It doesn’t explain her body count!
Fun Facts About Sex: The G-spot Exists. Except it Doesn’t
A little twist here; I know right? wait for it. As much as the G-spot does exist, it is not the same spot for everyone. This is as opposed to the general belief of people.
Instead, it is an area of the urethral sponge that is highly sensitive for many people.
Bodies and arousal methods are quite different for different people, cause they are complex. So there is no “if you touch this spot it’ll turn me on” that works for everybody.
In essence, you may have a spot that is a G-spot for you, but that isn’t for another.
Fun Facts About Sex: Fantasies Rarely Get Acted Out In Real Life
Yea, you might want to call this a spoiler alert.
You see those chit-chats among friends are really just mere words most of the time. So it’d be advisable to think it over again the moment you try to compare your sex life to your friends.
Less than one third of involvers in the research reported having ever acted out their most prominent fantasy.
Fun Facts About Sex: When It Comes To Pleasure, Penis Width Is More Important Than Length
Dear women, you see that belief that he has to have that really long penis. Like long enough to shift your womb to satisfy you, please discard it.
Dear men, stop comparing the length of your penis to other men’s cause that isn’t what really matters.
Nicole Prause, PhD, is a sexual physiology researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles, and a licensed psychologist. He explains that the width of a penis is more important for women on average. This is because the vagina mainly is covered in stretch mechanoreceptors.
We’re Talking About Sex More But Having It Less
Sex seems to be one of the most trendy discussions in our contemporary day. But, that does not equal more sex moments.
According to research in 2017, Americans are having sex 16 fewer times per year from 2010 to 2014. This is compared to 2000 to 2004.
This is more like sex talks are increasing, while the actual do is decreasing. This simply means they talk about it more than we actually do it.
Fun Facts About Sex: You Can Have An STD And Not Know It
STDs don’t always come with obvious symptoms. The more reason every sexually active person has to go for check-ups from time to time.
You may still have one of these dangerous infections even if you think you know your body really well and you’re careful with who you sleep with, because Sexually Transmitted Diseases can be sneaky.
Robert Huizenga, MD, author of Sex, Lies and STDs
Fun Facts About Sex: Desire Doesn’t Always Come Before Arousal
Some people have low libidos and as a result, their sexual desire is most of the time switched off.
These sets of people often time need to be aroused first before they feel the desire to have actual s3x.
The more reason why regular flirting and physical touch cannot be over-emphasized.
Fun Facts About Sex: Sex Doesn’t Always Have To Include An Orgasm
Sex is meant to be pleasurable and not pressure-able. So instead of putting the climax pressure on your mind during sexual activities, savour the moment with your partner.
Does it always have to end in a climax?, NO, it doesn’t.
This can lead to a more relaxed and positive, enjoyable experience.
Fun Facts About Sex: The Most Effective Sex Toy Is Your Voice
Interesting right? You’ll be surprised at the wonder your voice can do to improve your s3x life with your partner. In between doing the do, both parties often like to get feed-backs from their partner.
Call out his name, whisper sweet things in her ears. Let him know exactly what he’s doing right. What he/she’s not, and where exactly to touch.
Apart from every other thing sex is, it is also a means of communication. Remember that communication is so ineffective and incomplete without feedback.
Feel free to add all these to your already acquired knowledge about s3x and its environs. Unlearn, learn and relearn where necessary, and thank me later.
Hope you had a nice ride.
FAQs about Sex
Can you get pregnant during your period?
NO- the time a woman is fertile is mostly limited to a few days each month in the middle of the menstrual cycle, meaning about two weeks from when she started her last period.
What do I do when the condom breaks?
It is essential to consider getting tested for STDs.
If your concern is getting pregnant, then post-pills might be the next available option.
Can you get pregnant in water?
This is only possible if the sperm is deposited in the vagina while in the water through the penis.
This means the penis has to open up for the sperm to get in there. The vagina is a closed space unless something opens it.
Should you still use protection with oral sex?
Yes, you should.
This is to reduce the possibility of STD transmission with oral sex. A dental dam (a sheet of soft pliable film that serves as a barrier to prevent STD transmission) is recommended.
Can you get pregnant from pre-cum?
Straight to the point answer is ‘NO’.
A woman is unlikely to get pregnant from pre-cum, some recent research suggests that there are no sperm in pre-ejaculation.