You and everybody you know has more than a few questions about sex that remain unanswered.
You could have many sexual interactions and still have questions about it. Sex remains a stigmatised topic. The questions it leaves behind are curious if nothing more. These ’embarassing’ but frequently asked sex questions are quite important, if you are planning to continue having the good old bang-a-rang.
Most Frequently Asked Sex Questions
1. Why does sex feel so good?
This is the first question we all ask ourselves when we have sex. The first time, every time, why does it feel soooo good?
The answer is pretty simple, though the chemicals involved are of more complex form.
It feels oh so good because of two main factors — The physical stimuation and the psychological connection with the sexual partner. The stimulation and connection release hormones like dopamine, seretonin and oxytocin. It is these hormones that make you feel so good when you’re doing it.
2. Never had an orgasm?
It is one sex question that is so frequently asked, it can sometimes enrage you. Have you had an orgasm? The answer wouldn’t be surprisisng if you said you have never experienced one.
It is common for women to not finish if they are not rubbed the right way, so to speak.
The reason can be physical or psychological. If physical, you can easily find the right way by masturbating more often, getting to know what you like and what you don’t. Psychological issues, on the other hand, can be a little hard to decipher and may take a while to get you there.
3. Should I be worried if my partner likes adult movies?
The answer depends on the situation. If your partner likes watching adult movies while up all night instead of giving it to you, yes, you need to be worried.
Adult movie does not match up to sex. While it is a good way to get yourself off when you need some, you need to set boundaries and avoid obsession.
4.Is it unhygienic to lick your partner’s bum-hole?
If your partner comes prepared for what’s gonna go down, all washed up and clean, it shouldn’t be a problem.
If they have been working out right before, all covered in sweat, then you may have some unhygienic butt to take care of before you go ri*ming.
5. Can I have multiple orgasms?
Yes, you definitely can and it is always encouraged that you do. If you are able to orgasm continuously or multiple times, you are living the dream, my friend. Let nothing come in your way of it!
6. Is squirting normal?
Yes, it is normal for you to squirt. Although it just means you are peeing on your partner, it is very enjoyable. It can get messy but so what? Get a towel if you do.
Most people think that it is pee but it is not, nuh-uh.
Squirting is basically female-ejaculation which is secreted by the paraurethral ducts.
7. Can you not queef?
If you have ever tried holding a fart in, you are probably aware of the obstacles. Queef is essentially air trapped inside your vagina that needs to come out.
Don’t try holding it in, just let it go and laugh it off with your partner.
8. Getting rough and hard thrusts can damage my vagina?
This may be something you need to worry about only if he’s hung like a horse. Of course, all the ladies have a subjective level of sensation and feel differently, he won’t be able to do any real damage unless you are half-wet and cannot stop.
9. Post sex pee?
It is completely normal, even recommended to pee after sex. For women, it actually cleanses your vagina of bacteria and unwanted sperm. You should take a couple of minutes to try to pee after sex, every time.
10. Can a penis get stuck in me?
The strikingly ridiculous answer is yes, it can. Although it is quite rare for it to happen, your vaginal walls can trap a penis because of contracting too much.
You need not worry though, if you relax, you’ll soon loosen up and it will slide right out.
11. Can I get an STD despite using protection?
It depends on the kind of protection you use. If you use condoms for contraception, it is going to protect you from STDs but pills cannot protect you from them.
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