Bad sex advice on YouTube

Bad sex advice on YouTube

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I was watching interviews with people in the porn industry and got sidetracked to sex advice videos. I watched a video with a guy who claimed that the g-spot is located in the same place for every woman- about five inches in. He seemed very confident. He had no comments and no likes. Gee I wonder why?

What do you think of videos giving wrong advice and putting out misinformation?
04/06/2012
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Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
It's distressful how much misinformation exists about sex, not just in videos but everywhere. Despite all the progress that's been made with sex education and dispelling myths, we've still got such a long way to go.

Incidentally, I'm living proof it's not five inches in for everyone - most days, I can't even get anything longer than three to four inches in me without hurting myself, yet my favorite toys are all able to get at my G-spot without issue.
04/06/2012
married with children married with children
I would kick myself for looking at sex advice videos on youtube.
04/09/2012
Errant Venture Errant Venture
I was thinking the same, although I can see the appeal in conveying (good) sex advice in a visual format. Anyone up for it?
04/10/2012
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