Myths about orgasms you believed as a teenager.

Eucaly Eucaly
I think just about everyone experiences the teenage years as a time of vast sexual misinformation, especially about orgasms. What did you actually believe at that time but no longer believe now?
06/10/2011
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MaryExy MaryExy
Orgasms were supposed to be as easy as pie, especially to do in synch with your partner.
06/11/2011
Sir Sir
I had sex before I reached my teen years, so this is a bit inaccurate, but I thought that sex was simple and clean. It went in, and that was it, and everything was wonderful and hot and sexy and perfect. HA! But then again, I was a bit younger than a teen, so I learned at a young age how sex really worked.
06/11/2011
Naughty Student Naughty Student
I did not know what an orgasm was or that I could have one until I manually explored myself one night when I was 12. After I knew what it was I thought it gave me acne, bcs my mom jokingly said it would. She wasn't serious when she told me but I believed it to be true.
06/11/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
the only thing men liked were big tits and a small waist (but hey, nothing wrong with that right?). but i was like 14 and then i grew up lol
06/13/2011
newfoundlust newfoundlust
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Originally posted by Eucaly
I think just about everyone experiences the teenage years as a time of vast sexual misinformation, especially about orgasms. What did you actually believe at that time but no longer believe now?
I just assumed that it was great for both guys and girls. I was wrong, and thank goodness for my ladies I quickly learned otherwise.
06/13/2011
ThoughtsAblaze ThoughtsAblaze
I thought penetration was pleasurable, that orgasm occurred from the penis being in the vagina (I had no idea the clit even existed). Glad I mastered my clit before sex!
06/13/2011
sweetiebelle sweetiebelle
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Originally posted by Eucaly
I think just about everyone experiences the teenage years as a time of vast sexual misinformation, especially about orgasms. What did you actually believe at that time but no longer believe now?
Most of the myths I believed were things like, Actual penetrative sex feels better than anything else.

In my experience, a lot of men prefer getting a blow job to vaginal sex, and some women, including me, enjoy being fingered more. These are both for the same reason, it gives you more control over where and how much you are pleasuring a person.
06/13/2011
Haifisch Haifisch
I think the only one I actually believed was that lube was only for anal.. Oh, how wrong I was!
06/14/2011
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
I believed that only a handful of women were capable of vaginal orgasm, and that the majority were just not able to do it. Now I know that it's indeed possible for most women, and that every woman has her own requirements for making it happen. What works for one may not work for another!

I also believed that I should feel guilty for having orgasms. Not because that kind of thing was looked down upon in my family, thank goodness, but it was just some little nagging doubt in my head that didn't go away until I was fourteen or so. No idea why I felt that way. I still went ahead and masturbated, but I would feel bad for doing so when I was done. I think it was partly because I didn't fully understand just what I was doing at the time.
06/15/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
I believed the blue ball thing for a while.
06/15/2011
Waterfall Waterfall
Hmmm I'm not sure if I believed any myths about orgasms when I was younger. Maybe that "normal" females should be able to orgasm from penetration alone.
06/15/2011
Redboxbaby Redboxbaby
My grandmother was of the belief that only whores masturbate, enjoy sex, and orgasm during sex. She tried to force that bullshit on me at the ripe old age of 6, when she caught me with my hands in my panties while I was napping.
06/16/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
I don't rememeber ever having any myths about orgasm as a teen....my Mom and Dad made sure I knew that boys didn't have their dicks fall off from lack of sex or that they got 'blue balls'. My Dad candidly told me that if a guy says that he knows he can stroke himself off and relieve that condition....mind you I was 17 at the time and I actually liked that he was candid about it. He turned all red faced and it was kinda sweet!

Sigel pretty much taight me everything there was to know about clitoral orgasm...I had been masturbating for YEARS prior to that anyhow. I knew that not all women orgasm from penetration so it really wasn't an issue.

I knew how to prevent pregnancy and all about precum as well...I still had sex but I couldn't say I didn't know!
06/16/2011
brittany8612 brittany8612
7 sneezes=orgasm
lol
08/04/2011
namelesschaos namelesschaos
I grew up in a Roman Catholic home so for a long time I believed a lot of moralistic shame filled judgments about sex, but so far as true myths I used to believe I'd say: That only females can have multiple orgasms.
08/04/2011
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
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Originally posted by brittany8612
7 sneezes=orgasm
lol
Dude, if that was the case my Dad would come all over the basement every night. That man can sneeze 20 times in a row!
08/09/2011
Callisto Callisto
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Originally posted by Eucaly
I think just about everyone experiences the teenage years as a time of vast sexual misinformation, especially about orgasms. What did you actually believe at that time but no longer believe now?
Only one I heard was that you could die from an orgasm.. and believed it was kinda like playing a game of russian roulette.. I was easily spooked as a teen.
08/14/2011
Megan Ward Megan Ward
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Originally posted by Haifisch
I think the only one I actually believed was that lube was only for anal.. Oh, how wrong I was!
here too
08/19/2011
Crystal1 Crystal1
I don't think I knew they existed for the earlier part of my teens!
08/19/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
I think the biggest myth I believed about orgasms was that every woman can orgasm from clitoral stimulation. I actually believed I was broken until my fiance introduced me to my G-spot.
08/24/2011
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
Thankfully, I never fell prey to any of these types of myths! I've heard some weird stuff about sex come out my friend's mouths though.
08/24/2011
mudpie mudpie
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Originally posted by Haifisch
I think the only one I actually believed was that lube was only for anal.. Oh, how wrong I was!
I thought this too! I figured lube was only for anal because vaginas make their own lube. Almost true, but not quite.
11/15/2011
Theaadrian Theaadrian
I mean even though I was having orgasms just fine without penetration. I always thought that i could only have a "real" orgasm with penetration. Then I learned about the clit...
11/15/2011
eeep eeep
I thought orgasms came only from vaginal penetration when I was younger. Had no clue about the slit or the g-spot.
11/17/2011
mudpie mudpie
I thought ejaculation was more of a gush... like a fire hose type situation.
11/21/2011
Lindsey123 Lindsey123
I thought that everyone was supposed to get all shiny from sweating so much, like in movies. And that it'd last for hours.
11/26/2011
swaggsohott12 swaggsohott12
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Originally posted by Eucaly
I think just about everyone experiences the teenage years as a time of vast sexual misinformation, especially about orgasms. What did you actually believe at that time but no longer believe now?
that they were painful and didnt know its was called a orgasm always heard the word cum
11/29/2011
aimtoplease aimtoplease
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Originally posted by Redboxbaby
My grandmother was of the belief that only whores masturbate, enjoy sex, and orgasm during sex. She tried to force that bullshit on me at the ripe old age of 6, when she caught me with my hands in my panties while I was napping.
thats really too bad
11/29/2011
ss143 ss143
Cant think of anything Mom was always straight forward with us knowing about sex and things and encouraged us to ask questions or research it. I think the only sex thing I believed was your first time always hurt or was uncomfortable but for me it wasn't.
11/29/2011
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