Mythbusting: Boston Medical Group tackles most common sex myths

Did you know… ?

… even though most men think size matters in terms of length, surveys have revealed that girth, not length, may be a greater factor in female pleasure

… 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 ejaculatory fluid begins to seep out and even ahead of a perceptible orgasm, pre-ejaculate, which includes sperm, is released and is enough to get a woman pregnant

“There are a lot of people out there that are misinformed about a number of aspects related to sex, from physical pleasure and chemistry right up to the facts about procreation,” said Dr. Barry Buffman, a physician with Boston Medical Group. “Being knowledgeable and understanding the real facts is not only important because sex is such a vital part of our physical health and well-being – it actually increases the likelihood that your sex life will become more fulfilling and pleasurable.”

Read the full document, “Top Ten Myths About Sex,” then let us know what myths you think are most surprising.  What else have you heard that you would like to know is true or not?

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