There are a lot of sex stereotypes but which of them are true and which are not? How can they influence your sexual life? Depending on their education, social groups and values, people develop different believes concerning sex and all the things connected to it. These kind of stereotypes come from a lack of communication, from the fact that it’s always easier to anticipate what your partner wants or likes than to actually ask him/her.
Penis size is probably the most ardent issue in men groups. “What is the right size?”, “Is there a right size?” and so on. Studies show that, actually, the average adult erect penis length is 5 to 7 inches (12.7 – 17.8 cm). The correct way to measure a penis length is to do it from the tip of its head to the abdomen. The average circumference is around 5 inches (12.7 cm) when fully erect.
A bigger or a thicker penis doesn’t necessarily mean better sex or better orgasm for the woman. Some women find it enjoyable to have sex with a man whose penis length has barely 5 inches; some prefer a 9 inches one. According to some studies, the ideal size (for women) is around 7 inches in length and 6 inches in girth.
Anyway, for those who don’t feel comfortable with their natural sizes, there are a lot of methods (both natural and artificial) to enlarge their penis: exercises, pills or even surgery.
The same size issue appears in the women camp as well, only that this time a different part of the body is concerned: the breasts. According to some polls, the ideal breast size is a B cup, which is between the smallest and largest sizes. However, at the end of the day each person makes its choice between big breasts and small ones and this will be according to its tastes. If one of the members of the couple is not happy with the natural sizes, there are, of course, enlargement methods.
Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sex stereotypes. Fortunately, if this becomes an issue in your relationship, there are some techniques to improve your stamina: masturbation, self distraction, desensitizing creams, thicker condoms etc.
The one thing most men don’t understand is that there are huge differences between a male and a female orgasm. The truth is not all the women have orgasm, actually only 93% of them experience it in a lifetime. Out of these, only 15% have it every time during an intercourse and 48% have it most of the time.
For most of the women what counts more is the emotional connection, the gestures and the caresses a man does during the intercourse. Sometimes, stimulating her clitoris before penetration or even stimulating her g spot can make the difference and get her the greatest orgasm ever.
For each of these topics there is an answer and a solution; everything is relative in the universe and so it should be in human relations. People should pass over sex stereotypes, open themselves to communicate more and improve their sexual experiences.