Busting Myths About Safe Play

By on July 21, 2013
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We have, a long time ago, evolved from the curious 12-year-old giggling at the slightest mention of it to flamboyant and confident young people who have received enough information from magazines and “experienced” friends. However, the play is always on our minds. We live it, breathe it and will do almost anything to get it.

But many of us are misinformed about it, from how to get the most pleasure out of their love life to how to stay safe and healthy in the bedroom. We think we are in-the-know about it and can weed out fact from fiction. Put your knowledge to test because EHC is about to separate fact from fiction. Here are some of the most popular myths we have heard and a less embarrassing way to put them to personal room.

Everyone is doing it!

People lie and exaggerate and talk a good game when it comes to personal play. But don’t believe everything you hear. EHC has compiled some research done in this area and now for a fact knows that only less than 22% of the world population of adults between the ages 20 and 35 does it safe. But it doesn’t matter who is telling the truth or not. What matters is what is best for you.

Ultimate pleasure is natural.

You would have seen in movies when two lovers meet, sparks fly and mind-blowing act naturally follows. As we all know, in the real world, it is not always that easy. The human body doesn’t come with an instruction manual. The “tricks of the trade” that pleased a former partner do not always translate with someone new. It is difficult to be a partner who knows how to do it right every time.

Bigger, the better!

Guys are always concerned about how big his playful organ is and generally believes size is directly proportional to pleasure. Thanks to all the adult movies and magazines. Truly, size is not a barometer for manhood. As anyone with sensual experience knows, true sensual enthusiasm far outweighs any gifted parts. And contrary to another popular play myth, the size of your member has nothing to do with the size of your hands or feet.

Drinking and drugs make it much more fun.

If you are drunk or high, it is hard to make any good decisions. It might seem fun to have your inhibitions lost by alcohol or drugs, but it also means you are least likely to practice safe play and could end up with something much more worse than a hangover – an STD or unplanned pregnancy. People are also much more likely to be victims of rape and assault when alcohol or drugs mixes with sensual activity.

No problem. There is stimulating medicine. 

A lot of people believe that Viagra and other similar oral medications are the only treatment for men with playing dysfunction, but the truth is that for many men these drugs are not a viable option or they simply are not effective. Oral medications are only a temporary fix to a problem that may have other underlying health causes that should be addressed by a qualified physician. In addition, many men with health conditions, including hypertension and diabetes, cannot take oral prescriptions due to serious potential side effects or contraindications with other medications. For men who cannot use oral meds, there are a number of other options including urethral suppositories and ICP, an injection that produces hardness within minutes.

Men have more craving than women.

Though many men would have you believe they’re ready to go 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the truth is that men experience daily fluctuations in their wish,  as do women. A man’s readiness to hop in the sack can be impacted by many of the same factors that impact a woman’s level of desire, including diet, sleep, health, stress, medical conditions, self-confidence, and relationship disharmony.

Having fun is only up to a certain age.

Love making is an important aspect of physical and emotional health and well-being for adults of all ages, even those in their golden years. While some people believe that a decrease in desire is a natural part of aging, a loss of sensual desire can be related to a number of other factors including hormone deficiencies, depression, anxiety disorders, side effects of medication, changes to a relationship, communication barriers, or loss of a spouse or partner.

Mouth play is safe.

May be due to President Bill Clinton, mouth play seems to have the stigma of a “free pass” as far as sensual relationships go. Yes, it does count and you can get a sensually transmitted disease from mouth play. There is still an exchange of fluids, meaning that diseases can enter your body through sores or small cuts in your mouth and throat.

It is a sin to fantasize.

The real before play is in your imaginations. Actually, the sensual experience starts with your brain, not your body, and sometimes your brain can wander. If you are committed to your lady, and your relationship is in a good place, it’s alright to think about Miley Cyrus or Beyonce every now and then.

The withdrawal method won’t get you knocked up.

All it takes is a tiny being to get you pregnant. And that can happen through pre-spread also. The “pull-out” method, also known as the rhythm method, is potentially the worst possible form of birth control. Men do not always know when fluid begins to seep out. In fact, one in five couples who use this method as their only form of birth control over the course of a year will end up pregnant.

So, how do we do? We are from the land of Khajuraho and KamaSutra and act has always been a natural and sacred practice. Along with a lot many things, the outlook and approach to play have also changed. But just remember while it is important to stay safe and be smart, it is a necessary bodily function and an enjoyable dance in unison.

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