Size matters. False: This is one of the most common myths. Many people think that penis size is directly related to their significant other's pleasure. Most sexual partners place more importance on other elements, such as complicity, trust, and the art of reciprocated love. Even with a smaller-than-average penis, there are a thousand and one ways to make your loved one reach crazy orgasm. It should also be remembered that the depth of the vagina is on average 8 to 12 centimetres.
Ejaculation = orgasm. False: The "male" orgasm is often surrounded by misunderstandings. One of the most common myths is that male orgasm is invariably associated with ejaculation. However, the reality is much more nuanced, as it is possible to enjoy an orgasm without the accompaniment of ejaculation, an experience known as a dry orgasm. A precious find for those who want to prolong their moments of pleasure or prevent rapid ejaculation.
Ejaculation cannot be controlled. False: Although ejaculation seems to follow its own rules, there are techniques to improve ejaculatory control, such as breathing practice and Kegel exercises.
Circumcision affects sensitivity. True and false: Although circumcision can sometimes touch the sensitivity of the glans, it does not necessarily equate to a lack of pleasure. This difference can also be beneficial by making the glans less sensitive to irritation. Circumcised people can therefore still fully enjoy the pleasure offered by their penis.
Erection = arousal. False: Erections can be free of sexual desire and occur in situations devoid of sexual arousal. They occur, for example, during sleep or in response to non-sexual stimuli. So, these erections don't necessarily carry the banner of arousal.
One can decide to get an erection at any time. False: Penis owners may have variations in their sexual desire and ability to get erections depending on many factors, such as stress, fatigue, and general health.
Masturbation can be detrimental to health. False: Masturbation is a natural and healthy sexual activity. It usually doesn't cause any hassle unless it becomes excessive and intrusive, impairing daily life. In this case, it is essential to consult a sexologist in order to find a healthy relationship with this practice that is so beneficial for the body and mind.