Your Most Embarrassing Sex Questions Answered

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Your Most Embarrassing Sex Questions Answered

Obviously, you have had the talk with someone you’re familiar with but they might not have been able to tell you everything. Maybe it is out of awkwardness or maybe they are unaware themselves? However, you don’t have to stress about that anymore as we are here to address the strangest yet most common sex questions that may leave some of you embarrassed to approach someone at first.

  • I had a dream about having sex with another woman. Am I a lesbian? 

No problem, it’s completely normal and it could just be a subconscious reminder of missing your girl friend’s company. If you’re already in a relationship and had such a dream, it could mean that you miss the closeness, love, and nurturance you felt in her company. All women are physically attracted to other women quite often, however if you feel minimal to zero sexual attraction to men it could mean that you’re a lesbian.

  • Will exercise improve my sex life?

Definitely. Your stamina and energy will drastically improve. Stretching will help you increase your flexibility so you can try out more positions and hold them. Kegel exercises are also highly recommended to keep your vagina in good shape so your orgasms can be more intensified. An easy exercise is to hold your urine flow for 5 seconds or less and releasing, doing this at least ten times a day will keep your pubococcygeus (PC) muscles in good shape.

  • Will my vagina always remain big after I give birth?

After you have a baby, the vagina will be 1-4 centimeters bigger than it previously was. However, it will always go back to normal after some time. It all depends on the size of your baby, the length of your labour and how well the obstetrician stitches back your vagina. Kegel exercises should be done regularly to ensure more tightness like before. If you’re still dissatisfied, you can always opt for vaginal reconstruction surgery.

  • My partner only gets turned on by watching porn. Should I be worried?

Watching porn is quite okay and is alright as long as it doesn’t go beyond that. You should only be cautious if he’s asking you to try new things that are degrading or disrespectful to you. It is also troublesome if he spends more time watching it on a screen instead of getting physical with you, that’s when you should intervene and talk things out with him. Try to resolve these differences by surprising him with sexy lingerie or an unexpected quickie during the day.


  • I’ve never had an orgasm during intercourse. Is there something wrong me?

Statistics say that 70% of women fail to orgasm during sex without any clitoral stimulation. Without it, achieving orgasms can be quite a feat. Find out what stimulates you and communicate more with your partner, making him understand what he can do to help you achieve an orgasm. You can also buy sex toys like vibrators to spice things up.

  • It smells down there. What can I do to get rid of it?

Most women think they smell bad but it’s actually quite normal. A slight, pungent smell is what every vagina smells like so you have nothing to worry about. However, if the smell is very strong and unbearable with some unfamiliar discharge, you will need to see a gynaecologist as it could be a sign of a bacterial infection. You can always buy feminine hygiene products like cleansers which balance your pH levels and keeps infections at bay.

  • My partner’s penis is very small. Does size matter?

If you feel good after having sex with him, then size shouldn’t be a problem. Your partner can compensate for his small penis by focusing more on kissing, oral sex and foreplay to ensure you’re getting something out of it too. You can also try different positions to push him closer to your G-spot. Don’t make him feel unhappy about his size and make sure to keep compliment him on his other abilities to arouse you.



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