One of our brave dumb reporters talked to real porn stars and did hardcore research into the world of adult film to bring you a new photo gallery exposing 10 porn mythsyou probably believe.
Diving into this topic for a photo gallery was not easy, but at least the dude who wrote it can’t get in trouble for using a work computer to bring you this XXX-clusive content. Heck no, he’ll probably get raise! Read more…
FACT: Believing any of these gay sex myths could result in the lowering of your IQ. You’ve probably heard all of these myths in some form or another from a crazy uncle or a sexist co-worker. But if you believed them, you’re just as bad as the knuckle draggers who spread them. Here are seven of the worst.
MYTH: Being gay is a choice.
FACT: In 2008, The Karolinska Institute scanned the brains of gay and straight people and found a difference in the two, proving that being gay isn’t a choice. Now if only we had a study that examined why people choose to ignore scientific evidence. Read more…
FACT: There are so many dumb sex myths that we actually had to do a sequel to our original 15 Dumbest Sex Myths!
Last time we showed you some of the most popular dumb sex myths out there today but little did we know that we only scratched the surface! This time we’ve revisited the topic and found sex myths that are dumber, stranger and more outrageous.
Why are there so many dumb sex myths in the world? The truth is, people will believe just about anything to get laid. This usually leaves us pathetically unprepared to have sex, thus leaving us vulnerable to believing strange myths that sound like they were invented on the spot by a guy desperate to lose his virginity. And with all the blood and hormones running around in your body like tiny patients in an insane asylum, it’s no wonder so many people believe some of the dumb things they’re told. Here are our some of our favorites. Read more …
The science of sexuality has come along way since the days experts questioned the basic existence of the female orgasm. In the modern era, the sexual health of women is a major field of study, and most couples devote a great deal of time and attention to her pleasure. But many myths about the female orgasm still exist; in fact, you’d probably be shocked by the sheer volume of potentially harmful misinformation that’s out there. Read on as we dispel some of the female orgasm’s greatest falsehoods.
Myth #1: “Normal” women have orgasms through intercourse alone.
The truth is, only about a third of women regularly experience orgasm through intercourse. Every woman’s body is different, and each has her own special set of needs. For example, roughly another third of women can achieve orgasm through vaginal intercourse, but only with the aid of extra simulation. Some women will never reach orgasm during intercourse at all, but can experience release through manual and oral titillation. Others require her partner to hum “Yakety Sax” over her clitoris. Some women can only get off by timing her thrusts to to an animated GIF of Jon Hamm winking. Read more…
SEX MYTH: It is possible to break a penis.
FACT: There is no actual “bone” in a “boner.”
If you believe a single one of these 15 supremely dumb sex myths, then please kindly refrain from fornicating, bumping uglies, banging, knockin’ boots, doing the horizontal dance, playing hide the salami, shagging, injecting the hot beef, doing it, sticking it in and basically anything that could remotely lead to passing on your dumb gene.
Not only are these myths completely common urban legends, but some poor, uneducated sex-haver out there is currently swearing by their validity. This person is probably hoarding all the green M&M’s, avoiding public toilets and installing five hot tubs as you read this. Read more…
Once upon a time, I was a very sheltered girl. Sex was the ultimate taboo – I thought it was dangerous, dirty, and I failed to understand how anyone could derive pleasure from it. In high school, when my friends started engaging in sexy time, their less than positive reviews of their experiences didn’t make sex sound any more appealing. It wasn’t until I got to college, and started meeting more experienced, sex-positive, empowered ladies that I started to cultivate a more positive view of sexuality. And when I finally started having sex with an incredibly sensitive man, I confirmed that a lot of my fear of sex was based on fallacies and lies.
Without further ado, here are some of my most misguided thoughts. Keep reading »