Myths – believe it or not?

What is a myth?
A myth is a statement that has either proven to be false or there is no evidence to support that it is true. It is NOT true.

Pregnancy Myths: You can’t get pregnant if…

  • It’s your first time
  • If you’re both virgins
  • If the guy pulls out before he ejaculates or if doesn’t go all the way in
  • If you have sex in a pool or hot tub
  • If the girl douches with coca-cola or vinegar after sex
  • If both partners don’t orgasm at the same time
  • If the girl jumps up and down after sex (to get the sperm out)
  • If the girl pushes really hard on her belly button after sex
  • If the girl takes a shower or bath right away
  • If the girl is on top during sex
  • If the girl takes aspirin and drinks a coke after sex
  • If the girl makes herself sneeze for fifteen minutes after sex

Health and Sex Myths:

  • Sex equals love and commitment
  • Sex will hold a relationship together
  • You can’t get STDs from oral sex
  • If you stop fooling around once a guy is aroused he will be in serious pain
  • Sex cures acne
  • Having sex equals adulthood
  • Sex always feels great
  • Everyone is doing it
  • No one will want to marry someone who isn’t experienced
  • Sex will fix relationships

Myths about STDs:

  • AIDS only happens to Homosexuals
  • You can’t get AIDS or STDs if you have sex with just one person
  • You can tell if someone has AIDS or an STD
  • You can’t get AIDS from oral sex
  • Anal intercourse is safer and therefore okay
  • When I get to know my partner, they will tell me if they have AIDS or another STD

Myths about contraception:

  • You can’t get AIDS or STDs if you use the birth control pill
  • The pill is 100% effective against pregnancy
  • You can’t get pregnant or catch a disease if you use a condom
  • You can’t get pregnant or catch a disease if you use two condoms

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