Sexuality: common myths

There are many myths and taboos regarding sexuality of people even today. Some of the most widespread have done nothing more than affirm concepts that in many cases are wrong. Look!

Women do not enjoy sex as much as men: This is not true. Women can enjoy sex just as much as men. Sexual satisfaction does not depend on gender, but on the healthy and satisfactory sexual relationship with the partner.

Masturbation is bad for you: Masturbation is a normal, healthy sexual practice that can be beneficial to physical and mental health. There is no evidence that masturbation is harmful to health.

Erectile Dysfunction Only Affects Older Men: Erectile dysfunction can affect men of all ages. Causes can include psychological or physical problems. It is important to seek medical help if erectile dysfunction persists.

LGBTQ+ people are more at risk of sexually transmitted diseases: This is not true. Sexually transmitted diseases can affect anyone, regardless of their sexual orientation. It is important to practice safe sex and get tested regularly.

Menstruation makes women emotionally unstable: This is a myth and there is no evidence that menstruation makes women emotionally unstable. Although some women may experience mood swings during their menstrual cycle, this does not mean that they are emotionally unstable.

It is important to note that these are just a few of the many myths that exist on the sexuality. It is important to educate yourself and talk openly with others about the sexuality to demystify these myths and promote a sexuality healthy and positive.