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Five Most Ridiculous Sex Myths

Update Date: Aug 17, 2014 12:25 AM EDT

Sex is a never ending topic for discussion. Writers describe it as "synchronized gymnastics." However not everything being said or written about it is true.

Here we present you some of the most ridiculous sex myths of all time. 

Size matters

It doesn't. Only about 4 centimeters (external one-third) of the vaginal canal contains sensory nerves for arousal and orgasms. Therefore it is just a waste of time trying to stimulate the internal two-thirds of the vaginal canal when there's not going to be any response. 

Read: Hips Don't Lie: Big-Bottomed Women Have More Sex

2. Men think more about sex than women

They don't. Women think about sex as much as a man does. An 18 year old (men or women) with raging hormones generally sleeps, eats and dreams sex. However, after a certain age, men and women's sexual urges mellows a bit.

Read: Food Trumps Sex for French Women

3. Women don't like porn

They do. Not all women want rose petals on their bed and to be whisked away into a gentle world of "love-making." Women enjoy pornography too. And if anyone thought only men can conjure up fantasies, you are definitely misguided. 

Read: Anal Sex Pornography Most Popular in Russia

4. You won't get pregnant if you have sex while menstruating 

Wrong. It is unlikely that a woman will get pregnant while menstruating but it's not at all impossible. Sperms can stay alive inside for several days and the likeliness increases if you have shorter cycle. 

5. Every woman has a G-spot

While it is true that every women has a G-spot, not every women's G-spot is an erogenous zone. Suggestion is that stop trying to find out the sweet spot and look for other erogenous zones. She'd be much happier. 

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