5 love making myths you should stop believing today
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$ex is one of the most fascinating aspects of life and this means a lot of people usually have interesting conclusions about how things work.
There are new ideas that turn out to be useful and old ideas that still stand true till today. There are also myths that people spend their lives wrongly believing. See five of them below.
1. Men think about $ex every seven seconds
If this were true, guys would get NOTHING done in their working day – because they’d be thinking about doing the dirty deed 514 times an hour.
But a study discovered that most people thought more about food, sleep, personal hygiene, social contact and even coffee more than $ex.
2. The bigger the feet, the bigger the rod
The old adage of big feet, big D is completely wrong – there is no correlation at all. In fact, if you want to check out a man’s likely size, you’d be better off looking at his index finger.
Research found that the shorter a man’s index finger is in relation to his ring finger, the longer his rod is likely to be. This is because both finger ratios and growth down below are affected by testosterone levels in the womb.
3. The bigger the rod, the better for her
Actually, men with smaller rods may prove better lovers for one simple reason. The woman’s Gee -spot is only two inches inside the vaj and, as it’s stimulated by the head, a shorter rod is more likely to hit the spot than a bigger one.
So now the less well-endowed members of the male race have something to boast about.
4. First time $ex leads to pain and bleeding for her
This is untrue for two reasons.
While some hym3ns break when women lose their virginity, others break through use of tampons, or certain exercises.
Secondly, the pain of first $ex is likely to be nerves and a tightening of the muscles caused by the anticipation of the pain.
5. Only men have wet dreams
While men are thought to have more “wet dreams” than women, 1986 study found that 36 per cent of women admitted having “nocturnal 0rg@$ms”.
These happen when blood rushes down to the jenital area and not necessarily when you’re dreaming about $ex. The true number of women who climax in the night is not known, however, as it’s not quite as easy to tell as it is with men.