We’ve all heard the myths since before we started to engage in sex. Magazines will tell you what foods give you a greater sex drive and some tell you how wearing a certain color keeps a man excited. Whether the stories are true or not depends on the person experimenting. KRAZE has listed 3 of the biggest sex myths.
1. Women Have Fewer Sex Partners Than Men
Some women may subtract a partner or two from their count to appear less of “freak” and some men may add a couple to appear more of a "stud". While women and men may lie about their number there’s no real proof that women have fewer partners than men.
2. Men Think About Sex More Than Women Do
Men might verbally express the idea of wanting sex more than women, but it doesn’t mean they think about it more. Women can be equally inquisitive and imaginative when it comes to sex. Depending on the environment you’re around or who your sex partner is, anybody no matter the gender can think about sex a lot.
3. The More Sex Partners You Have The Better You Are In Bed
More partners doesn’t equate to better experience. You may have a lot of partners but not a lot of good sex. A man can be great in bed because he’s practiced on a few times on the same woman (or women) a lot. Practice makes perfect not more partners.