5 PUSSY MYTHS EXPLODED.
Locker room talk never helped anyone. Unless you still believe she has an orgasm every time you fuck. This is the truth behind the five biggest vageegee myths.
- Every woman has a G-spot.
Not true. Not all women have a sensitive spot 2 to 3 inches up the front vaginal wall. And until today the existence of the G-spot is still not proved.
- Women bleed when they lose their virginity.
Not necessarily. Some women lose their virginity while inserting a tampon or even by going horseback riding. Blood doesn’t necessarily indicate virginity.
- The vagina will be less tight after lots of sex.
No. The vagina can only become a bit less tight through childbirth.
- If a woman bleeds after sex, she got her period.
Not quite. It can mean she just got her period but it can also mean other things. Some women have a tight cervix for example. This means when they have rougher sex or when the man the woman is having sex with is well endowed it can cause her to lose blood after sex. This is called a contact bleeding.
- All women can orgasm from sex
Hell no. The majority of women can not climax from vaginal intercourse.