Myths About Female Sexuality and Why They're Wrong
Think you know all about female sexuality? While you may think you know a lot, there is a possibility that you really don't know much. Such myths not only make it hard to understand a woman but they may also pose risks to healthy relationships.
Women are considered to be less involved in sexual thoughts, desires and activities, all of which may either be true or just overblown myths. Here are some myths regarding female sexuality with reasons stating why you shouldn't be falling prey to them. Image Courtesy: Getty
It is believed that women may not orgasm as easily as men do, leading to fewer orgasms overall. However, this myth doesn't stand a chance because in reality several women may have more orgasms than their male partners during intercourse. While women with reserved and religious upbringing may not show it openly, most women have orgasms just like men. Image Courtesy: Getty
While most women seek emotional attachment with their partners, it may not always affect their sexuality. Women, just like men, can have sex just for the sake of it i.e. without the need for any emotional involvement. However, women living in male dominant societies will always tend to build emotional attachment before sex as they fear of being judged. Image Courtesy: Getty
Women are as likely to cheat as men; it's just that they are less likely to admit it. If someone else other than the partner expresses interests towards the woman, she ends up with a resourceful of men to pick from. While men often like to show off the number of affairs they are having or have had, women may not admit it as they wouldn't like losing a relationship for another. Image Courtesy: Getty
Women can fantasize about imaginary partners while still being completely into their partner. Fantasizing about someone else may only be a stimulating thought for them and they may not even want anything to happen in real. Men and women are quite similar when it comes to fantasizing about others. It's usually just a thought and nothing more to have any sort of effect on the present relationship. Image Courtesy: Getty
It has been a common notion that it is the man who wants to have sex with the woman and not vice-versa. While it may be common for the male partner to take the first step, the female partner may be as willing to enjoy another intimate encounter with her partner as the man. Women may even have casual sex in a new relationship if they find it easy to avoid being stigmatized. Image Courtesy: Getty
Yes, women are usually choosier than men, however this is not specific to women. Women may often take initiatives in approaching the men they like. When women appear to be choosier about their partners, they are usually just being careful and avoiding being judged. Image Courtesy: Getty
Women and men think alike about sex. Women, however, may not be as comfortable in sharing their thoughts on the subject as compared with men. Image Courtesy: Getty
While every woman may seek safety and care from her partner, it is a myth that women prefer men with powerful status. Several studies have busted the myth by concluding that men and women value almost all attributes equally. Image Courtesy: Getty
You may know more men who are after woman than the other way around, but the truth is that even men want fewer partners. In fact, studies have found that when men aren't bragging about their achievements they accept hoping to get a single partner for a lifetime. Similarly, women also seek a single partner. Image Courtesy: Getty
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