5 The Most Common Embarrassing Sex Questions Experts Are Asked
While sex has become an openly discussed topic, your comfort with the topic depends on the audience and personality. For some it is very easy to be honest, for others it is just the opposite. The majority of us fall in the middle of this spectrum; We are aware of sex and we talk about it to the right amount, but some questions make us blush.
We scoured the internet and compiled a list of the most common and embarrassing questions people have about their sex life. Masturbation and vibrators abound. Check out 5 of our favorites:
Can a penis really be broken?
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Broken penises are great food for TV shows and sex columns. While the penis is not a bone, it can be injured and, yes, broken. “It is possible to break a penis as a result of trauma from particularly vigorous sex or masturbation,” gynecologist Alyssa Dweck told Women’s Health. “The erect penis is full of blood. Excessive bending of the erect penis during aggressive sex play can lead to this serious injury. “Let’s go on, please.
What to do if a condom is lost in a vagina
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Condoms lost in the vagina are very common and stressful. Still, as most sex experts will tell you, avoid panic. There isn’t much you can do other than fish out the condom and make sure it’s intact. That way there are no more parts in you. Dweck says, “Even if you think no contents will be spilled and you are not using any other form of contraception such as the pill or IUD, I recommend emergency contraception as soon as possible if you don’t want pregnancy.” If you don’t know if your partner has a sexually transmitted disease, get tested ASAP.
Can you pee while having sex?
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It is common to feel like you want to pee during sex, but experts say it is very unlikely. “While it is possible to leak urine during sex, especially if the bladder is really full, my guess is that this is actually not urine at all, but rather female ejaculation that can occur during orgasm,” says Dweck.
Can you masturbate too much?
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According to sex educator Francisco Ramirez, it is okay and normal to masturbate no matter how often you do it. “Unfortunately, the long-standing shame of masturbation has left many of us somewhat skeptical or uncomfortable about masturbation, especially more frequent masturbation or cases where solo sex is more common than partner sex,” he told The Huffington Post.
If your masturbation habits are interfering with your daily life and relationships, taking a break is worth considering.
Do vibrators desensitize the vagina?
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No According to sex educator Eva Bloom, while it is common for people to develop patterns while masturbating, making orgasm difficult when trying new activities, as long as you change your technique, should you be fine.