Virginity Myths is a book that deals with the many myths and incorrect ideas regarding virginity. There are also some common misunderstandings and wrong practices related to sexual activity. The author has comprehensively researched and wrote this book in order to eliminate any misconceptions or misinformed statements about sex and purity that exist. This book not only educates about the issues related to sex and purity but also provides helpful tips that a person may use in order to make his/her life healthier, more successful, and more enjoyable.
One of the myths about virginity is that it can’t be maintained. This is completely wrong. As I’ve mentioned above, there are some common misconceptions and incorrect views regarding sex and sexual activity. Some people feel that if they had absolute faith and trust in God and their sexual acts would somehow satisfy Him and bring Him pleasure. They believe that their sexual activity will bring them closer to their Lord and that might happen.
Another common myth about virginity is that women are more prone to being sexually active than men. The truth is that both men and women have the potential to have sexual encounters and there is no difference between being sexually active. In fact, statistics show that around sixty percent of women worldwide do not engage in anal sex and that number increases to eighty percent among teenagers. However, there are still some differences between men and women when it comes to their levels of pleasure from anal sex.
Some women and men believe that their penises are too small to pleasure them during vaginal and anal sex. The fact is that a man’s penis does not necessarily need to be as big as a football to bring someone pleasurable and unforgettable orgasms. A man with a smaller penis might not be able to achieve a harder erection or last longer in bed, but he can still achieve an orgasm and provide for an exceptional sexual experience for his partner. Because the vagina is designed to allow for a penis to penetrate, there is no reason that a woman cannot achieve an orgasm through oral sex or intercourse. Her vulva, the external part of the vagina, receives pleasure from the friction from the penis, just like a man’s penis would.
Some women worry that if they choose to have children early, they will lose their sense of virginity. In reality, having one child is completely fine and will not cause you to lose your virility. If you feel that you might be done having babies because you have run out of sperm, you should keep having sex. There is nothing wrong with wanting to have another child. It might happen that your body changes and you might want kids later on, but this is perfectly normal and something that any woman can enjoy.
Another common myth is that having premarital sex will change a person’s hymen and cause him/her to become sexually active later in life. This is simply not true. A person may become sexually active at a young age, but this is normal. Hymen is very elastic and can easily bend back into its proper place after childbirth. Once a hymen has been destroyed through negligence or abuse, it will be difficult for a person to have another hymen replaced.
The final myth that we are going to discuss deals with men who have had sexual relations with multiple partners. This is not uncommon and the act of having sex with several people is perfectly fine as long as it does not lead to pregnancy. If a man is not married and has had sex with multiple partners, this act will make him less likely to become sexually active again. The man may have more sexual desires and feel the urge to seek other people’s sexual contact. However, having only one partner in a relationship will not make one less likely to have sex. Having sex with just one person, even when married, will still increase the chances of having sexual intercourse in the future.
If you are looking to increase your sexual activity, avoid any myths regarding virginity. Also, practice safe sex and use protection during sex to reduce the risk of STIs or Chlamydia. Always consult your doctor before engaging in any new sexual activity. If you are in doubt about being virginal, you should always consult with your doctor. With these tips, you can increase your chances of staying a virgin forever.