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10 People Ask The Explicit Questions You’re Too Embarrassed To Ask

Lakshmi Devan
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10 People Ask The Explicit Questions You’re Too Embarrassed To Ask

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Are you a curious soul? Have you always harboured questions inside that you were too embarrassed to ask? This is just the place for you. Read on.

  1. I’ve heard penile fracture is a thing, but how do you fracture something that doesn’t have a bone? Like, is that even possible?

    The erect penis is engorged with blood. Forceful bending of the erect penis during aggressive sexual play can lead to a serious injury called penile fracture. A popping or cracking sound, significant pain, swelling, immediate loss of erection leading to flaccidity, and skin turning blue-black are the common symptoms of a penile fracture. The riskiest positions are the ones with the woman on top; missionary being the safest, because the man is control of the movements and can stop in case of a sudden mis-position.
  2. What's the protocol of condom usage in a 2-girls-1-guy threesome?

    One condom per person, per sexual act. Sorry to break your bang-bang bubble, but real life isn’t porn. And those porn stars you see doing all those unsafe, kinky things? Yeah, they’re tested for STDs every 2 weeks, and sign butt-loads of papers taking responsibility for anything that would happen to them during the shoot; and they face not-so-good consequences as well. Google ‘porn star real life horror stories’, and you’ll understand.
  3. What is squirting? Can women really do it?

    Squirting is when a woman releases fluid around the urethra, which may look like urine in consistency and colour. This release is tied to intense G-spot stimulation. One thing to note is that it is not urine, though people often think it is. It's actually very similar to male semen, minus the sperm. And despite what you might have seen in porn, it's not something that happens to all women all the time, but yes, it is possible.
  4. I don’t understand BDSM. What pleasure do some people get in getting slapped and gagged?

    BDSM is not a pathological symptom, but one of a wide range of normative human erotic interests. Nature loves diversity, and society abhors it. There are many, many ways that people are wired for pleasure. We all have unique erotic fingerprints. It’s ‘unpredicted stimuli’ that fires up our dopamine receptors to give us sexual pleasure. Exploring new sexual fantasies in the realm of BDSM, for example, allows couples to re-engage their reward centers, that may have become too accustomed to too much of the same kind of sex.
  5. I cannot orgasm with just penetration. What is the best position for clitoral/G-spot stimulation?

    One of the best positions would be cowgirl, especially if your partner has pubic hair, as it can provide more clitoral stimulation. Also, if your partner is able to position himself sitting up with pillows behind him.
  6. I always fear that the condom will come off inside me. What should one do in such a case? Will I have to get help to retrieve it?

    Firstly, please understand that there is no need to panic. Crazily enough, this is totally common. Retrieve the condom (and it should be easy because your vaginal passage gets very narrow around the cervix, and it’s practically impossible for something like a condom to get lost in there and ensure that it is intact. Even if you think that there is no spillage of contents, if you are not using another form of contraception such as the pill or IUD, emergency contraception should be taken ASAP, if you don't desire a pregnancy.
  7. A bikini wax is just too much pain. Why should I have to do it?

    Oh, you shouldn’t. It’s not a compulsion at all. In fact, your pubic hair is there for a reason. It keeps skin from rubbing together, and acts as a cushion during sexual contact. It is also there to maintain a bit of airflow and keep folded skin areas from sticking together, which can cause rashes and infections known as intertrigo. Waxing leaves tiny wounds just under the surface, leaving us vulnerable to STDs and infections, in addition to other risks such as burns, ingrown hair, and scarring, due to repeated waxing.
  8. I feel like I’m an asexual being with no interest in sex whatsoever. Or do I just have an extremely low libido? How low is low libido?

    While you cannot put a figure to it, a low libido simply means a lower than average sex drive, also called hypoactive sexual desire disorder. The reasons could be:
    • Interpersonal relationship issues – Partner performance problems, or lack of emotional satisfaction with the relationship can decrease sexual desire.
    • Sociocultural influences – Job stress, peer pressure etc.
    • Low testosteroneTestosterone affects sexual drive in both men and women.
    • Medical problems – Mental illnesses such as depression, or medical conditions such as endometriosis, fibroids, and thyroid disorders impact sexual drive both mentally and physically.
    • Medications – Certain antidepressants, blood pressure lowering drugs, and oral contraceptives can lower sexual drive in many ways, such as decreasing available testosterone levels or affecting blood flow.
  9. Anal sex looks damn good on the screen. But what are the things to keep in mind while trying it out, and what are the possible ramifications?

    It’s highly subjective and anal sex isn’t everyone’s thing, but that said, it can be great fun for both partners! A condom should provide protection from bacteria and faeces, but make sure you use separate condoms if you switch between anal and vaginal sex. The anus lacks the lubrication the vagina provides and can cause tearing in the recipient's anus, along with bleeding and infections. To add to that, the anus is surrounded with a ring-like muscle called the anal sphincter, which tightens after we defecate. When the muscle is tight, anal penetration can be painful and difficult. Repetitive anal sex may lead to weakening of the anal sphincter, causing incontinence.
  10. I feel like I will pee during penetration. Am I doing something wrong? Is it normal to feel that way?

    It’s completely normal to feel an intense urge to pee during penetration. In fact, it’s great news, because some doctors say that it means your G-spot is being hit bang on, and that you’re very close to orgasm.

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