We Answer the Questions You’re too Embarrassed to Ask about Sex

Posted on Jan 21, 2017

No matter how open-minded you are, some sex questions are just straight up embarrassing. Whether it’s to do with your health, your anatomy, or you just want to satisfy your curiosity, the more you know about sex, the better. We’ve compiled answers to some of the most embarrassing sex questions out there.

Q1. What happens if a condom gets lost…up there?

In most cases nothing bad will happen, and the condom will probably come out on its own. Regardless of which orifice the condom’s been lost in, it’s important to stay calm if this ever happens to you. The condom won’t really have anywhere to go, so there’s no need to worry about it getting lost up there forever. However, you may need a medical professional to help you fish it out if it doesn’t reappear eventually.

Q2. What is queefing?

Queefing, or vaginal farting, is caused by air that gets traps in the vagina during sex. It’s perfectly normal, although some women find it extremely embarrassing. Unfortunately, there’s no real way to stop queefing from happening. It’s something we all just have to learn to live with.

Q3. Is Anal Unhygienic?

Only if you allow it to be! For obvious reasons, anal sex can get a little messy, but that shouldn’t stop you from living out all of your anal fantasies. Just be sure to use a condom. And remember, always change the condom before switching from anal sex to vaginal sex to prevent infections.

Q4. Are Curved Penises Normal?

Curved penises are indeed perfectly normal. Penises come in all shapes and sizes, and some men are simply born with a slight curvature. Having a curved penis is only an issue if it causes pain or makes sex uncomfortable. Keep in mind that sudden changes in the shape of a penis can be a sign of an injury.

Q4. Is it normal to have never experienced an orgasm during intercourse?

This is not only normal, but also quite common. It can be frustrating for both men and women, but it doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you. If you’re not that experienced yet, you might just need to figure out what works for you. Trying different positions and dedicating a lot of time to foreplay can also help. If you never get the hang of it, that’s fine too. There are plenty of other ways to reach orgasm.

Q4. Where is the G spot located?Lexie in white lingerie sitting on chair

This question is a little tricky to answer. There’s simply no way to prove where this (potentially mythical) erogenous zone is really located. Some people claim that it’s just behind a woman’s tailbone, about 2 centimetres inside the vagina. Others claim it’s further up. Good luck finding it.
We hope we’ve managed to teach you something about sex and spared you some embarrassment along the way. Want to further your education? The easiest (and most fun) way to learn about sex is to have more of it. Contact us today to book at date with a stunning escort.

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