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Myths and misconceptions can put a damper on the mood. The following article debunks five male organ-deflating lovemaking myths.

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Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations for a better intimate life

Lovemaking Myths Debunked – Shed Unrealistic Expectations for a Better Intimate Life

By John Dugan


Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations

A vibrant romantic life is important for male organ health; frequent use helps keep tumescence strong as men age. But common misconceptions and unrealistic expectations associated with lovemaking can leave men (along with their female partners) feeling anxious, confused and inadequate. Nothing puts a damper on the mood like mental and emotional stress. Men can, therefore, promote sensual well-being and the health of their relationships by getting the facts straight on common lovemaking myths. Below, six such myths are discussed.

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Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations

  • Lovemaking Myths

  • 1. Women like bigger male organs.

  • While a 2013 study by the Australian National University suggested that women preferred slightly larger-than-average flaccid members, several nuances of the study should be taken into account. First, women were turned off by significantly larger-than-average rods; second, their size preference tended to correspond with the man’s overall height – most women only preferred larger members on taller men, indicating that proportion more than length was valuable to them aesthetically.

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Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations

It should also be noted that flaccid male organ length is not a good indicator of the size of the member when hard. Some women may prefer the look of a longer flaccid organ, but this doesn’t necessarily mean they want larger-than-normal stiff members inside them. Average tumescent length ranges from 5.5 to 6.3 inches; most men are within or very close to this range, and those who fall below it can still provide plenty of pleasure.

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Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations

  • 2. Most men have had dozens of sensual partners.

  • Men in this culture are encouraged to treat sensual activity as a sign of masculinity, and this often leads to comparing oneself with other men in terms of partner count. For one, it’s likely that most men haven’t had anywhere close to dozens of partners. A 2005 study of men ages 30-44 yielded an average of 6-8 partners. Secondly, lovemaking isn’t a sign of masculinity; it’s an experience between two (and sometimes more) human beings. Comparisons result from a societal pressure that makes lovemaking into a competition and a source of stress rather than the enjoyable, intimate experience it can be. As with most things, quality beats quantity here.

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Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations

3. Everyone’s having backdoor fun.

No, they’re not. According to research from 2005, less than half of respondents (40% of men and 35% of women) report taking part in hetero rear-end penetration. It’s not something everyone wants, and it shouldn’t be expected.

4. Men should last at least an hour.

 This is perhaps one of the most over-stated lovemaking myths out there, and it leads to both men and women expecting constant marathon sessions that aren’t very realistic. Most men achieve emission after three to seven minutes of continual thrusting. Granted, lovemaking can be extended by techniques such as pausing, switching positions, changing to oral for a while.

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Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations

5. A man should be able to make a woman achieve release internally.

Some men may put pressure on themselves to bring their female partners to the big finish with their male organs alone, but this isn’t likely to happen for most women. Author Elizabeth Lloyd analyzed 33 studies and concluded that about 25% of women achieve release through lovemaking. This percentage has no correlation with the man’s male organ size, the duration of the activity or the woman’s feelings toward her partner.

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Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations

That is to say, a man is not inadequate if his partner doesn’t finish by the sheer power of his male organ. External stimulation is required by most women. If a man wants to get his partner there, then, some extra hand and mouth play is his best bet. He can also massage her most sensitive spot with his male organ if he (and, of course, she) really wants the member involved.


Lovemaking myths debunked shed unrealistic expectations

The only thing worse for a man’s intimate life than unrealistic expectations and anxiety is, perhaps, a poor male organ care regimen. Men with dry, cracked manhood skin have a legitimate concern, since skin abrasions make men more susceptible to a variety of infections and odors that no partner would want to be close to. Men whose sensitive skin needs a bit of extra help can seek assistance from a male organ health crème(health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). A cream with Shea butter and vitamin E will smooth the skin out; also look for vitamin A on the ingredient list, which helps the body fight off bacteria that can cause both infections and odors.


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