Sex is a pursuit in which more than one people involved in some sexual touching and activities to excite themselves and the other person. Great sex happens from the comprehension of how your body works. Everybody is into discrete things when it comes to lovemaking. But different ideas have their pros & cons. And these cons also include various issues like sexually transmitted infections and diseases. And in our not-so-perfect society, there are certain myths that are either completely false or have half-truths in them. So, let’s discuss them today!
Here we are including six myths regarding SEX:-
- Condoms Mean Safe Sex
Using Condoms throughout sex will, in truth, avert you from receiving sexually transmissible diseases and protect you from getting pregnant. But this will only be possible when you use them appropriately. Expectant or sexually infectious diseases can also happen when the condom gets burst in the course of sex. Therefore, it is crucial to pick out the correct condom and put it on properly.
- Pulling Out Before Ejaculation is Safe
Men ooze bodily liquid before the climax phase, and women also release the vulva’s fluids in the course of orgasm. The Interchange of bodily fluids can result in pregnancy or sexually communicable disease even the person has to withdraw before discharge.
- Oral Sex is Safe
Oral sex is securer if one decides to involve in sex. However, Sexually transferrable contaminations can still transfer by oral-genital stimulations because of the interchanging of the bodily liquids.
- HIV can be transmitted through HIV Fluids
HIV transfer by four bodily liquids that are blood, sperm, vulva secretion, and bosom milk. However, HIV cannot be transferred by another bodily liquid-like tear, urine or saliva, etc.
- Only men who have sex with men can get HIV
This is an idiotic myth because no matter what your sexual orientation is, anyone can get HIV or any other sexual transferable infection if one is pretty active in sexual intercourse.
So, these are the six myths we included in our list to discuss, and hopefully, you will get some eye-opening truths and guidance from this. Don’t forget to comment below on the myths you have heard the most that are related to sex. Till then, See You!