Sex Myths Debunked!

When it comes to sex we will believe pretty much anything we are told. Why? Because we’re all dirty minded people who just love having the excuse to talk about hot and steamy sex and how good it is for you.
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However, checking out the Escort Norway forums tells me that there are a lot of things that we’ve been told about sex that are wrong, and yet we still believe them. We take a look at some of the common sex myths and tell you why they are wrong.

Size matters

This is a question that pops up on the forums, and pretty much all websites, all of the time. Men worry that size is important to women and that they simply won’t be good enough in bed. No matter how many times women say that size doesn’t matter, men will ask because they are convinced it does.

The reason that so many men believe that size makes a difference is because, to them, a bigger dick means more pleasure for the woman. If you have a three inch cock, surely the woman won’t find it as enjoyable as a ten inch dick?

Considering a lot of women struggle to orgasm through vaginal sex alone, we aren’t sure how the size of the cock will make a difference. Really it all depends on where you are stroking them, and you can make a woman feel filled by your dick by using the correct position.

You can get your partner to orgasm in more ways than one, and you don’t have to wish for a bigger dick to achieve it. While you fuck her, suck on her nipples and rub her clit. It will make her feel good and, with so much attention on her, you are bound to get an orgasm from her. This can be done whether you have a small dick or a mammoth cock, and all we women really care about is if you will get us to come. Size has nothing to do with that so, once and for all: size doesn’t matter.

Porn is for men

When you think of people watching porn, you tend to think of men sitting at the desk in their office at home, watching lesbians writhing around on the screen as they jam one hand into their pants to grope their cock. This image means that people tend to think of porn as something for men. If people do accept that women watch porn, they think it is the tame sort of thing you would read in a Mills and Boon novel, where he prise open her love bud, slips his hot man meat inside her and she instantly orgasms at the contact.

Women do not have sex like a Mills and Boon novel. We know that it isn’t one touch and we orgasm, so often we want things a little harder and more passionate than that. We will often look at porn that doesn’t match what we get in real life as a way of experimenting with the things that turn us on.

There have even been studies to see if porn is a man thing and they have proved that it isn’t. The study showed that “men and women respond equally to sexually explicit material. Their groins fill with blood, muscles tense up and for the women, a big myth debunk, they get wet – so not a guy thing.”

Women might not talk about porn as openly around men, but we still watch it. Just because we don’t talk about it doesn’t meant we aren’t watching it at home on our mobile phone while curled up in bed.

Aphrodisiacs are good for your sex drive

Some foods are supposed to heighten the mood in the bedroom, but some people don’t want to bother with preparing the food in the right way. Instead, they’ll skip straight to the strange aphrodisiacs that you can buy online, which promise “instant results” and a hard on you won’t shift until your partner is left exhausted on the bed from all of the sex you have.

Things like Spanish Fly are becoming increasingly popular to buy, especially on the internet, which means they must work… right?

Wrong. The FDA have said that “not a single food or drug has ever been shown to have any sort of positive effect on a person’s sex drive” and that we shouldn’t be buying into these “miracle cures” that companies are cooking up to get us in the mood.

Instead, we should be spending more time on foreplay and relaxing with our partner. It can make a huge difference and we won’t be relying on a magical pill to make things better.

You will know what your partner needs

Almost every single film, book, or TV show reinforces this idea that everyone knows exactly what their partner wants in the bedroom. Simply by jumping into bed together you will become psychic and know what they want and when they want it, which will make you’re a better love.

We also believe that not knowing what your partner wants in bed makes us a terrible lover and that, if they go elsewhere to look, it is our own fault. Of course, that isn’t the case. We have all, at some point in our sex lives, had a moment where we’ve been wondering “what do I do now?”

The solution to this? Talk about it. Tell your partner what it is you want, and make sure you ask them what it is you desire the most. Not only will this ensure you know what you want, but it lets them know that they can talk to you about anything. More trust between you means more relaxing in bed, which makes sex even better.

What are the biggest sex myths that you’ve heard? Is there something you think we’ve missed? Let us know by visiting the Escort Norway forum, or by leaving a comment in the box below.

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Lara Mills

Lara Mills is a writer who has four years of sex industry expertise behind her. Since she entered the adult industry, she has worked on the Escort Advertising forums, before moving into her current role three years ago.

Since then she has gained a fine reputation with her blogs on sex advice, sexual health and amusing news stories from around the globe. She is also a campaigner for the rights of sex workers from all over the world.

In her spare time, Lara keeps herself active by going running, and is something of a film buff. She also loves to go travelling.
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