Porn: Top 9 Most Common Misconceptions

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Most of us get our earliest sexual experiences from porn. Whether our parents like it or not, or how the society hypocritically abhors it, porn is there to satisfy our sexual inquisitiveness. While it can be an educational resource, most of it entails creating a fantasized notion of human sexuality. In fact, the whole industry is frowned upon for some very wrong reasons. In this article, we will debunk some myths circling around porn.

Number Nine: The girls in porn enjoy making those videos

Those girls are acting. It is just that plain and simple. None of those experiences are real- well, at least majority of them. Most of those girls complain that the sex is painful and that they are exposed to many types of abuses. They can be coming from the pornographers or the other people on set. No wonder the turnover rate is so high amongst female porn artists. Most of them do a video or two and then just quit.

Number Eight: The girls who do porn, love sex

A hardcore libido is not the major reason why girls get into porn. Sex, in porn, is just a means of making money and nothing else. Most of these girls would rather have sex with men they have real relationships with, and not just anybody.

Number Seven: If you’re getting paid for it, then what’s the harm?

It’s true that these artists get a lot of money per scene, but once they leave, they get broke and have nothing to show for it. The reasons for this include addiction to drugs – the artists use drugs and alcohol to numb themselves or to endure the humiliation and pain. Another reason is that most of the money goes into maintaining oneself for this very business. Examples include makeup, surgery, gym and health checkups.

Number Six: The health risks are minimal

This is totally wrong. These artists are tested for HIV, but not for all sexually transmitted infections. A majority of porn artists have one or more STDs and many females have reported getting cervical cancer and HPV from their work.

Number Five: Good Cunnilingus Only Takes a Few Seconds

The artists in porn only spend a few seconds on foreplay and get straight down to business. Real life sex isn’t like that. These artists use a variety of lubes that enable them to perform on command of the rolling camera. Most people in real life need at 10-12 minutes of foreplay in order to be aroused.

Number Four: Spit is the best lubricant

The artists spit on each other’s privates quite abundantly, making one wonder if that is nature’s own best brand of lubricant. The truth is quite contrary. Spit dries quickly and isn’t even close to the commercial lubricants in terms of smoothness.

Number Three: Men Only Care About Their Penises While Having Sex

One only sees the female touching the guy’s penis during the whole encounter. There might be a stroke here or there on the balls or butt, if time permits. The reality is that men, just like women, like getting touched on other places too. All men have unique erogenous zones which they like being touched for stimulation.

Number Two: Women Love it When Guys Come On Their Faces

Not judging the women who do, but not all women like it. Visible ejaculation just assures the viewer that the act was real. So if you don’t like having a facial, you are not behind the times.

Number  One: Penetration Is All Women  Need to Come

One can achieve an orgasm by putting any object of choice in the vagina. Do not be misled by porn on that. Many women come soon after clitoral stimulation too.

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