By: Caroline Chu/College Candy.com
Think you know a thing or two about sex? Well, think again.
Let’s face it. Given that our society (American society, specifically) is severely lacking in the sexual education department in our schools, there are plenty of rumors and myths about sex that you have absorbed as the truth. Whether that information be from your dumb friends, general television consumption or the forsaken Internet, you’ve got some myths rattling around your brain that simply aren’t true.
Aren’t you lucky that you clicked on this here article to properly educate yourself?
I mean, if you wanted to give your partner a curiously strong burning sensation in his or her genitals, then I mean maybe it does make oral sex better.
I think this one explains itself, no?
This is called superfetation and, although rare, it has been reported in humans.
There is no evidence that proves certain foods and drinks affects the taste of semen. Frankly, I don’t want to know how this study was conceived or how it was executed.
There’s no bone in the penis, so what is there to break?
Despite what you’ve heard about men being less monogamy-inclined, women’s biology and personality are well-suited to having multiple partners, moreso than men.
Yes, educating the masses on how to have safe, protected sex is such a bad thing. We need sexual education to teach our younger generations that no, washing your vagina out with soda will not prevent pregnancy. Sexual education provides young people with the tools and information they need to practice safe sex. What’s so dangerous about that?
There is no correlation between shoe size, hand size or ear size and the length of someone’s penis.
Sorry if that revelation resulted in you suddenly regretting every decision you made last Saturday night.
The world is not like The Sims – certain positions will not determine whether you have a boy or a girl.
44 separate studies have shown that there is no correlation between birth control and weight gain.
UCLA 3D-printed penises of all different shapes and sizes and discovered that women preferred girth over length. Finally, a great use for 3D-printing (I say this with the utmost sarcasm)!
Okay, so this one depends on how you define cheating. However, if you consider cheating to include other acts other than sex, then studies have shown that women cheat nearly the same amount as men do
What is wrong with you if you think this is true? Allegedly, if you washed out your vagina after unprotected sex with soda, the soda killed the sperm and therefore prevented an unwanted pregnancy. I don’t know, maybe you should just, you know, use a condom?
Because why not give parents of middle schoolers something else to panic about? It was reported that teenage girls were running around wearing different colors of lipstick and teenage guys were running around with colorful penises. I’m horrified that any of you thought that was true.
I suppose we’d be a very hairy-palmed, blind society if this was the case.