Sexual Myth: The first sex hurts
Fact: While there is plenty of lubrication in the vagina, penetration should not cause any pain.
Sexual Myth: Birth control pills make you fat
Reality: Not necessarily. Of course, everybody reacts differently to birth control pills and dosage, but that’s what the gynecologist, who will determine which are suitable for you according to your medical history and physical characteristics.
Sexual Myth: You should bleed at first intercourse
Fact: If a woman’s hymen is intact, there may be a little bleeding during the first penetration. However, there is a general rule, as there are girls who have never even had sex, have a large natural opening in the hymen (where menses flow) or it has been stretched because of sports or tampon use, in addition, not all women are born with it.
Sexual Myth: When you have sex, “it shows”
Fact: No one except you and your partner, you know you’ve had sex. It is a lie to change the way you walk or to widen the hips when you’re sexually active.
Sexual Myth: In the sex does not feel the same if you use a condom
Fact: Modern condoms are made of a very effective material while preventing the passage of sperm into the uterus, retains sensitivity in the penis.
Sexual Myth: If you have something wrong with you orgasms
Fact: The fact that a woman does not have orgasms, not to say that something is wrong with her in the physical or psychological. Just like many roles in life, learning to have an orgasm takes practice and experience, and usually does not happen at first sexual intercourse, unless there is much documentation about by both partners.