20 Sexual Lessons You Probably Weren’t Taught in School

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Sex might be a huge thing for some and just a normal part of life for others. But sex actually has different meanings to different people. While some people have sex for pleasure others have it as a means of procreation.

What people need to understand is that it is a basic element of life and is absolutely normal. And, it’s quite natural for people to have a lot of misconceptions arise about sex, protection, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and even pregnancy. But many people don’t have enough knowledge about sex and mostly believe in myths.

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Sex is a very sensitive topic in our society. We have not been fully able to talk about sex openly. Moreover, people are not taught enough about sex education in school. Sex is still considered taboo. But, it is essential to have proper sexual knowledge before you get involved in it.

Due to a lack of proper sexual knowledge, many youngsters are involved in unsafe sex and have been a victim of sexual diseases and mental health problems. So, here, we have collected some sexual lessons that will help you before you get laid:

1. “Only have sex with someone if you want to; it’s your choice.”

2.  “Let go of all the taboos attached to the notion of having sex and embrace it as an act of love and passion.”

3. “Understand that Sex is an act of love, it should be consensual and if either of the partners is not willing to indulge in it, it is not sex; it is rape.”

4.”Focus on making your partner feel comfortable both physically and emotionally.”

5.”Educate yourself about safe sex because it’s crucial as you don’t want unwanted pregnancies or sexually transmitted diseases.”

6. “Foreplay is a must for great sex.”

7.”Don’t fake an orgasm.”

8.” If the guy doesn’t want to use a condom, then don’t get involved unless you want to have a child.”

9.”Take a pee after sex so you can flush out the bacteria that can cause Urinary tract infections (UTIs).”

10. “Porn has no bearing on reality. Whatever you do, do not let porn influence what you think the opposite sex likes or dislikes in bed.”

11. “If something is feeling off, then communicate with your partner about what you like and dislike.”

12. “Avoid having sex with random people for fun and recreation; you never know they might have STDs.”

13. “Great sex has several health benefits because your brain releases happy hormones like Serotonin and Oxycontin, which help in cutting down the stress levels and make you feel relaxed. Thus, you start glowing.”

14. “All breasts, penises, butts, and vaginas are different. So, don’t feel insecure about your body.”

15. “Understand that sex is nothing like movies and Orgasms take practice, and you probably won’t get there the first few times.”

16. “Don’t have sex to prove anything to your partner. Only do if you are ready.”

17. “If it’s your first time then, you may have emotional outbursts, both happy and sad. This is due to the hormonal changes and can make you feel extremes of either of the emotions.”

18. “The breast and vagina swell after sex due to arousal when in the mood, and it’s perfectly normal. If the swelling doesn’t disappear within a few hours, you should see your doctor.”

19. “Cramps after sex are often normal if the pain is mild, but if it’s persistent or severe, you will need to see your gynecologist.”

20. “Don’t have drunk sex because you cannot fully have control over your body and will likely regret it.”

Also Read: Sex Education You Were Not Taught In School

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