There are so many urban myths about sex like size matters; or that people with big hands have big cocks. You’ve probably heard all of these myths on the Internet or in talking with your friends. We are learning more and more about sex and sex health everyday with new studies and research.

All of us are different and have different sexual experiences, preferences and wants. If you aren’t sure about some of these sex-related myths, here is a list of a few common ones debunked:

1.     Size is everything: Remember the old notion that “it’s not the size of the boat, it’s the motion of the ocean?” Rodgers said. Dicks come in all sizes, not every penis the exact same size and shape. Also, one girl may be able to handle a big dick better then another. There are now so many different techniques and that size really doesn’t matter anymore for sexual satisfaction.

2.     Men are hornier than woman: This stereotype is ruining sex lives and relationships across the country. Generally men underestimate how often their girlfriends or wives want sex, a survey revealed 71 percent of female wanted more sex.

It might seem that men have a greater sex drive because they think about sex more, but there is no real way to measure a sex drive. So if you meet someone on your local chat line and go on a few dates, don’t just assume that the amount of sex you guys are having is enough. You should always communicate with your partner about everything.

3.     You can’t get pregnant unless a man cums during sex: Some of the most myths about sex are about how you can or cannot get pregnant when it comes to heterosexual intercourse. One of the most obvious urban legends is you won’t get pregnant if you pull out before you come. There is actually pre-cum or pre-ejaculation that comes out ahead of the larger loads of semen. This pre-cum does contain some sperm that is why the pullout method isn’t 100%. We recommend if you are having casual sex from our phone lines to make sure you use proper birth control.