Ok so you’ve been sexual active for the past 20 years and are fairly confident that you know everything there is to know about sex. Maybe you’ve had several partners and a few long-term relationships, but how high is your sex IQ? Do you know all the erroneous zones on her body? Heck, do you even know all the erroneous zones on your own body? And there is more to sex then just pleasure. What about pregnancy, how much do you know about what causes it to happen and how to prevent it? Today we are going to do a short run down on five basic things every guy should know about sex.
Scientists have been studying sex for longer than us men may realize, and their research has delivered some interesting discoveries. For example, did know there is a certain chemical released in the brain during sex? If so, what is it? According to psychotherapists, the chemical dopamine is released in our brains during and before sex and it causes us to be addicted to it. Drug addicts experience a similar rush that is stimulated by the high of synthetic chemicals. So in other words, your brain is addicted to sex! No wonder we think about it constantly.
No man has escaped the horrid nightmare of premature ejaculation. In fact, according to data and research by scientist’s, premature ejaculation is the most common sexual problem for men affecting anywhere from 25% to 40% of all US males. Although there are various causes for PE, the most common reason is inexperience. However, for a select few PE is caused by anxiety related to sex. In other men PE is caused by medications like antidepressants and anti-anxiety drugs. Regardless of the cause, PE is a serious condition that can dramatically affect a man’s sex life.
The G-spot is an area that has long been a source of mystery for men. For years doctors believed that the G-spot didn’t exist. They could find no physical evidence to back up claims by females that it existed in the first place (this probably explains why women rarely reported orgasms during sex back in the day). But today science has shed some light on the female G-spot. According to the scientific community, it is neither a scientific certainty nor has it been ruled out as existing. If a woman does have a G-spot it is located 2 to 3 inches inside her vagina on the front vaginal wall. So if your girl doesn’t get off through sex alone then she may not even have an interior G-spot.
What about pregnancy? How much do you know about this process? It is well known that penetration without a condom can result in pregnancy. However, did you know that simply ejaculating on the outside of the vagina can cause pregnancy as well? Well, it can. Sperm can travel up the vaginal tubes into a woman’s egg just through fluid being spilt on the outside of her vagina.
The mysterious female orgasm is another topic you should be familiar with, but do you know what causes her orgasm? Turns out, the same thing that causes yours, friction. The rubbing sensation from sex causes a woman to reach orgasm.
There you have it! Five things you should know about Sex.