Women’s Health Magazine recently published and debunked 8 common sex myths for women. Here are 4 of the 8 common sex myths and why they’re wrong:
MYTH 1: Men Reach Their Sexual Peak at 18, and Women Reach Theirs at 28
Women have NO set peak for sex! Men have a testosterone peak at 18, but that’s it!
MYTH 2: You Can’t Get an STD if You’re in Water
Contrary to this myth, water increases the chances of getting an STD since water eliminates natural lubricants resulting in more tearing that allows for bacteria to enter.
MYTH 3: It’s Impossible to Get Pregnant When You Have Your Period
Sperm can live inside the body for up to a week so you can get pregnant at ANY time. Even while you have your period!
MYTH : Watching Porn Is a Guy Thing
Ladies may go around denying interest in porn, but researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that looking at erotic images caused a rapid increase in women’s electrical brainwave activity that was equally as strong as in men’s.
For all 8 myths, read here.