We know that the subject has been and remains a taboo issue for many people. Therefore, we still find frequent doubts that, for some, they are an impediment when it comes to enjoying their intimate encounters. See.
1. Is it true that multiple orgasms do not exist?
False. Multiple orgasms do exist. In fact, Dr. Miguel Sira, a renowned sexologist, tells us that there are several types of orgamos. In his book “Between Sheets”, he explains that there is the multiorgasmic pattern, characterized by a phase of intense and rapid excitement.
This phase is followed by a kept and short intensity, and then a period of numerous orgasms of different intensity that ends with a progressive decline.
Multiple orgasms exist and can be achieved through various types of stimulation.
2. If I have had sexual fantasies with other women, am I a lesbian?
False. According to the Kinsey Institute’s Sexology Dictionary, sexual fantasies are imaginary mental representations that stimulate or accompany sexual acts. Therefore, sexual fantasies do not define a person’s sexual orientation, but other factors of greater complexity.
3. If I haven’t had a vaginal orgasm so far, can I never have it again?
False. As long as attention is paid to aspects such as clitoral stimulation, it is possible to have such an orgasm. However, we should keep in mind that, in most cases, it is the clitoris and not the vagina the source of orgasm.
4. Can I get pregnant with menstruation?
Yes. Although the odds decrease, it is possible to happen. While it is true that a woman needs to be ovulating to get pregnant, so is the fact that sometimes the menstrual cycle is not regular. Therefore, the precise time when you are ovulizing is not known.
In addition, there is also metrorhagia, which consists of vaginal bleeding that occurs outside the menstrual period, and this should also be taken into account.
5. Why do I feel pain when my partner caresses my clitoris?
Perhaps, the couple does not know very well how to stimulate the clitoris, so it ends up doing it as it does with its own genitalia, that is, abruptly. To change this, communication between the two components of the pair is necessary.
The clitoris is very sensitive and requires gentle caress. The woman can communicate this to her partner. Some women feel pleasure with subtle touches, made in a circular way, or with slight frictions in a vertical direction. This depends on each one.
Tell him exactly how you want me to stimulate you. If necessary, you can masturbate and show him how you do it. That way, he’ll learn.
The clitoris has nerve endings that make it highly sensitive. So if the couple doesn’t know how to stimulate it, it can be painful and uncomfortable.
6. Is penis size important for pleasure?
No. Penis length is not of interest when you want to get an orgasm. In fact, many women can reach alone by simply masturbating with their fingers.
The importance given to penis size is due to cultural myths and beliefs, but sexuality is much more than this. Indeed, sexuality goes beyond penis penetration or size.
This importance given to penis size has been driven through the images depicted in pornographic films, but we know that these are also full of unreality.
7. Does sex life end with old age?
False. Sexuality doesn’t end with old age. This only culminates when we die. The only thing that happens with old age is that changes arrive and sexuality is lived in a different way, but it is not extinguished.
8. Can a homosexual person be identified by their appearance?
No. Sexual orientation influences many aspects of affective, psychological, cognitive, among others, and to determine what a person’s orientation is, you could only ask or express it by their will, but never by their appearance.
9. If you masturbate during adolescence, does sexual potential be lost in adulthood?
This is one of the frequent doubts about sex. But, no, it’s completely untrue. It is just an unfounded belief that has gained place in society, without foundation or backing.
9. Masturbating in men
Masturbation is a completely natural act and does not have to diminish sexual potential even if it is done from young ages.
10. Does premature ejaculation heal itself, letting time pass?
No. Premature ejaculation can be caused by multiple factors. It is advisable to go with a specialist to find the option that is most effective. This may take time and include behavioral treatment, counseling, or medication use.
Over time, many myths have managed to integrate into society and have given rise to false beliefs that only detract from the exercise of sexual function. But we now know that sexuality is broad and that both men and women can take an active role in gaining greater satisfaction. Did you solve any doubts about sex?