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Top 10 Sex Myths

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nitwit, Mar 12, 2010.

  1. Nitwit

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    No one? Fuck. I'll pop this cherry.

    The G-Spot is a myth.

    The G-spot is not a myth. It is real. All woman have it. When you touch it, they think they have to pee.
    Biologically, it is designed to ejaculate during child berth as the head passes by before crowning.
     
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    And you just killed mine. Thanks.
     
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    wait.....what? Were you rubbing it when I wrote that?

    SG EDIT: I meant my g spot you prevert. And no.
     
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    I was under the impression that it exists because males and females start off with the same, uh, template, for lack of a better word. In the embryonic stages we are the same; as we grow, you either get a penis or a vag. In boys that bundle of nerves goes in the end of the penis, in girls it stays internal, and hence the g-spot.

    I have read that in some women the baby puts pressure against the g-spot. Not to provide pleasure during birth, you pervs, but to release endorphins and ease pain. As to 'ejaculation during birth,' all's I can say is WTF? That doesn't sound right.

    Myth: All women love getting oral. Not so. Some of us are too sensitive for it.
     
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    That's sort of what I was getting at. I'm not an articulate man, especially when speaking about child birth. I guess that's what I meant by biologically, as in for specific purpose.
     
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    Myth: No means No.

    Reality: No means Yes. Yes means Anal.

    Myth: It's rape.

    Reality: It's not rape, it's surprise sex.

    Before anyone flames me, I don't condone rape, it's just a funny saying.
     
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    The female orgasm.


    Q. How can you tell if a woman has an orgasm?
    A. Who cares?
     
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    Myth: It's not rape if you yell surprise.

    Truth: It's not rape if you yell surprise.
     
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    I would love to hear Durbanite's contribution to this thread. Please, please...


    Focus: I believe that if done properly, anal sex, to the woman, can be very pleasurable and that most women have the capacity to enjoy it. My ex had never done it before she met me, but once we applied proper technique and "primed the pump" so to speak, it was smooth sailing. It actually became the norm and generally the last thing we did before calling it a night. And more importantly, also gave me a more intense orgasm.*



    *she came too, that was also important, sorda
     
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    Let me pop this cherry for you:

    If the G-spot were "real" in a physical sense, it would be anatomically identifiable. I would have even learned about it in anatomy class. You would see dead and sliced up G spots in anatomy museums and Body Worlds displays. It's a bit of a mystery, strictly speaking, and it seems that not all women have the same response to G-spot stimulation, although it's hard to get an objective measure of such a subjective experience.

    The funny thing about pulling out failing 20% of the time is that the rhythm method has about the same failure rate. Which overall carries about the same risk of getting pregnant as regular unprotected sex over time. I mean, you're obviously not going to knock someone up if you have sex with them in the first week after their period, but consistent use will carry about the same results.

    Viagra doesn't cause erections - it just prevents them from going away once they start.

    Here's a huge myth: that your first time is any more special than your second or second hundredth time. Or, for that matter, that being a virgin has any implications about the content of your character (unless you're of the live-in-my-mom's-basement-playing-starcraft variety).
     
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    Actually, it is real in a physical sense. It's about the size of a quarter and has a different, spongy texture than the rest of the vagina, but it only appears when a woman is aroused. It's located about one to two inches in on the front wall of vagina.
     
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    I don't want to get into too much of an internet argument about body parts I don't even have (I'm enough of a fun suck as it is), and I certainly don't have enough of a background in anatomy to declare that absence of evidence really is an evidence of absence here, but I haven't seen a serious discussion of the G-spot in either anatomy classes or an anatomy museum. Anatomy, as a field, doesn't shy away from sex or genitalia, and no lectures slides or sliced up and preserved vaginas had a labelled G-spot. I do know about the part of the vagina that feels different when I stick fingers up there and that it feels different to you when I shove something up there, as well as the German dude who it's named after, but the salient point is that it's not labelled on anatomy slides, and there are only a constellation of hypotheses to explain its origins. I think that's enough to preclude conjecture about its role in childbirth.
     
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    Despite common perception, I've found that once they're in a relationship, most women (at least, most women my age) actually have a higher sex drive than guys.

    Close but no cigar. Change "g-spot" to "clitoris" and this statement is basically correct. While not identical, they have a great deal of anatomical similarity. In fact, increased testosterone leads to giant clitorises.

    As for the G-spot, science tentatively leans towards no. That said, it seems to work in practice, so I'm content to act as if it exists.
     
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    I won't argue about it either. Clearly ghetto makes some strong academic and personal arguments concerning the subjective and objective nature of the G-spot.

    None of this can explain all of the dead and sliced up G-spots in jars on the walls of my basement, though.
     
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    And like MoreCowbell said, despite what science says, it seems to work. Even if Stephen Hawking announced tomorrow that he had definitively proved that the G-spot is a physical impossibility, my own research in the field has shown positive results, so I'm going to stick by them.
     
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    Two women are saying it exists. Assuming they aren't leading us astray (AHH-hahahaha!) I tend to believe them. Not only that, but I can easily find it on every woman I've ever been with who says they have one. It's very noticeable when they are aroused.

    That is probably the saddest thing I’ve ever heard…

    Myth: A woman has to orgasm to get pregnant.

    Truth: Heh. Wow. Umm, if that were the case just think of how small the world’s population would be.*

    *I mean, not for ME...I'd be knocking them up left and right...but for uhh, other guys. Yeah.
     
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    I've always wondered what women think about penises that curve up.

    And if I wiggle my ears, it'll move left and right. And I thought that mommy was just being nice when she said I was special.
     
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    Two things:

    1. You're relying on girls for scientific information? Now that's just ridiculous.

    2. The Victorians of all people thought that was true. The most repressed society known to modern Western history thought the female orgasm was both real and necessary.
     
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    Ok so if it doesn't exist then why is there such a thing as g spot vibs? I mean the porn/adult toy industry should know RIGHT? There's wholes page of them there.

    Link NSFW in case you can't figure that out for yourself. And if you can't you shouldn't be clicking the thing anyway, it'll just scare you.
     
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    Yes, the G spot does exist. There's your pic!

    And trust me, females do know about it, know how to find it, teach you how to find it, and when the hell to stay away from it (yes, it gets sensitive too).