Nine sexual stereotypes it is best to ignore

Last Updated: Jan 17, 2011, 21:11 PM IST

There are many different sexual stereotypes and it is high time we proclaim some of them as nonsense.

Sexual stereotype #1: The size is important

Is your penis small or average? That is not important! It is only one of the 9 sexual stereotypes, which you shouldn`t believe. Only the lower third of a woman`s vagina has nerves, which means that the so-called g-spot is only a centimeter or two away from the entrance, and the often ignored button of pleasure is on the outside. Don`t worry, you have enough material to satisfy her.

Sexual stereotype #2: The size is not important

All previously said does not mean that men with larger penises do not have it easier in life. It is something similar to mowing the lawn in front of your house with a tractor - you can cover a lot more territory with a lot less effort. But it takes more fuel to get the tractor running and the same goes for giant penises. The size does not guarantee a satisfying sexual life, but it is still an important factor, especially mentally.

Sexual stereotype #3: Missionary position is boring

Missionary position only rarely appears porn movies.Because the missionary position is boring, right? Well, that is not true. It is only one of the frequent sexual stereotypes. The only problem with missionary position in movies is that it is hard to film. But there is also a reason why the missionary position is one of the top classic positions for most couples. It is very easy to stay in this position for very long and the longest you endure the more possibilities there are that you will be both satisfied.

Sexual stereotype #4: Women like to be on top

At first glance, it is quite logical that a girl becomes more relaxed and wilder when the roles are switched and she is the dominant one. But this is only another sexual stereotype which you shouldn`t believe. But the fact remains that the best position for a woman to reach a vaginal orgasm is if she lies on her back or belly.

Sexual stereotype #5: It is your fault if a woman fails to reach an orgasm

Approx. 30 percent of women claim they can reach a vaginal orgasm. If you add different sexual needs and different types of clitorises, besides the psychological state called frigidity, it is a miracle that women experience orgasm at all. Both partners must be aware of the fact that both are to blame if one of them fails to reach an orgasm. When you start thinking in such way, you will be less burdened and the dynamics will change from challenge to mutual discovering of sexual pleasures.

Sexual stereotype #6: You know how to orally satisfy her

Most men claim they are excellent at orally satisfying their partner. But the fact is that it is even easier for a woman to reach a clitoral orgasm than for a man to reach an orgasm with oral gratification.

Sexual stereotype #7: Male G spot

This myth is probably true and a whole bunch of anecdotes exist as well as scientific proofs, which prove in the existence of male G-spot. But the fact is that a man does not need a finger up his butt to experience an orgasm.

Sexual stereotype #8: She knows what she wants

The most frequent reason for the lack of good sexual intercourse is bad communication. Women know their bodies more well than men. They know what makes them feel good but they don`t have a clue how to reach a certain thing. That is why men have to take the plunge and try out different things.

Sexual stereotype #9: All women are like porn stars

Believe me, they are not! Their eyes itch because of sperm and it tastes really bad, too. Don`t copy the scenes from your favorite porn movie if you want her to look into your eyes after it is over. And not because of shame but because of the burning sperm in her eyes.