Learning about sex is something that we don’t do very well in this country. Sure, your parents might give you a book from the ’70s and your gym teacher might give you a lecture about herpes, but the actual process of making the beast with two backs is a little less documented. We often learn about sex secondhand as kids, which means a lot of bad information. Those wrong assumptions linger through adulthood, becoming sex myths that we believe without any good reason. Come with us as we debunk 10 of the most annoying.
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Greg Smith is the founder of Hybrid Athletes, a professional fitness training organization. As a businessman in Orlando, Florida, Greg frequents the bustling downtown area where he often encounters homeless people begging for cash and food. Commonly found wearing a suit, Greg is a frequently stopped by the homeless.
Kelly Dirkes has heard the phrase “spoiled” many times. As a mother, she has had plenty of strangers and friends comment on her parenting methods. Many have claimed she “spoils her babies,” and they are convinced that they will never learn to be “independent.” Rather than get worked up over these comments, Kelly often takes them with a smile on her face and moves on. She doesn’t let other people’s opinions bother her. They don’t know the entire story, and they don’t truly understand why Kelly spoils her babies.
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Wet dreams, sometimes called "nocturnal emissions," involve involuntary ejaculation during sleep. A regular part of adolescence, this does need not be a source of stress or guilt. Understand the common myths and misconceptions about wet dreams and develop a healthy relationship with your body.