We live in a hyper-sexualized society and girls are left to explore the ever-evolving world of intimacy. They are not taught to embrace sexuality. In a report of Centers for Disease Control (CDC), apparently only six out of 10 girls said that their schools' sex education program included information on how to say no to sex. There are various lies which are told to girls, the first time would be very uncomfortable and painful and girls could not have sex on their period and that having a sexual appetite is not healthy. Sex can be the most intimate experiences two people share and that is also the time of uncertainty, so here are 6 lies about sex that we should stop telling girls.
It is good idea for anyone who is not in a long term relationship or friends with benefits to buy condoms. You cannot be dependent on others for your protections. Girls can be ready too.
Women can also have casual sex without being emotionally attached to anyone. Studies regarding sexual desire have shown that women crave more casual sex than the average guy.
The hatred of women towards porn is understandable because it promotes unrealistic and downright unhealthy attitudes about female sexuality. Studies have shown that the men and women respond comparably to the sexually explicit material and that the increase in a woman's brain wave activity while looking to the erotic images is as strong as that of men's.
Girls can make love on their period. Such an act is both physically possible and safe. In fact, it can reduce menstrual cramps. However its still possible to get pregnant or spread an STI while you are on period. Don't forget to use a condom.
Vagina is like a rubber band, unless you are having too much of sex, you will be fine. Similarly having a baby will not ruin your vagina.
Sexual violations of any kind should not be accepted. Many girls are taught accept sexual harassment as a part of a normal life and they should not complain about it. But that should not be the case, sexual violations of any kind should not be accepted.