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These are the 10 things that happen in porn which NEVER happen during real sex / The Sun

Written by Annabelle Knight. Originally published for The Sun on January 15, 2019.



“With recent findings that most young people don’t have the confidence to ask questions about sex, it’s little wonder that they’re turning to the internet for help.

Now, in a new study, psychologists are saying children should be taught to analyse porn videos at school to prepare them for real-life sex.

It makes sense.

The web, of course, is an unrivalled database of information, and recent findings suggest sex education isn’t sought on purely factual sites, but more than likely on sites such as Pornhub and RedTube.

Viewing porn is not a crime, however, to take your life lessons in sex from it should be!

Here are my lessons NOT to learn from watching porn.

Everyone of the opposite sex is thinking about sex all the time

Porn tends to send a message that everyone you meet is just waiting for an offer and if presented with a sexual scenario won’t be able to help themselves from ripping their clothes off and getting down to it.

This at best can cause misunderstandings between two people, and at worst can lead to coercive and dangerous exploits.

Basically, most people don’t want sex all the time, with whomever and wherever they happen to be.

Women will orgasm from no stimulation

Women need continuous stimulation of their hot spots in order to climax.

The average woman takes 20 minutes to orgasm, more than double the time it takes for their male counterparts.

Porn films, more often than not, show women moaning that they’re going to climax within a couple of minutes, not just unrealistic but confusing to the viewer when presented with a real life woman in the bedroom. “But they do it in porn” is not a valid excuse.”


Head over to The Sun to read the rest of the porn myths and be sure to check out our #realworldsex videos on MLNP.tv!

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