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We Answer 7 Of the Most Googled Questions About Sex
We’ve all diagnosed ourselves with a terrible, deathly disease after Googling our cold symptoms and we’ve all Googled things that we wouldn’t want anyone else to know that we have. Let’s face it, we rely on Google every day to answer the most important to the most trivial questions we have. Google is our saviour. Our doctor. Our friend. Our councillor and our teacher. One thing that we have all Googled, without question, are sex tips. Every man wants to know how to make their partner orgasm and every woman wants to know how to blow their boyfriends mind (as well as his penis).
Of course, most sex therapists suggest talking to your partner. This involves going over the parts of the vagina and finding out what your girlfriend enjoys and where she enjoys it. But when even the word ‘labia’ makes you want to curl up and shrivel into a hole, talking about sex just isn’t that easy. In these cases, Google is the best device to turn you.
We have revealed 7 of sex questions which have been searched on Google and for your benefit, we have answered them in as much gritty detail as possible. So, cringe-no-more as we reveal the answers to all your intimate sex questions.
1. Google, how do I measure my privates?
All men worry about the size of their manhood, it is so normal! How big is mine compared to the average man? Well, there are two ways to measure your size. Firstly, when the penis is flaccid (or soft). Like you would measure anything, put a ruler at the base. This is the bit where you penis meets your abs. The average size of this is about 3.5 inches but if you’re not that big, there’s nothing to worry about. You might have more confidence measuring when you are erect. Obviously, you’ll need to start by, well, getting erect. Again, measure in the same way. An erect penis is around 5 inches in size, but again, men come in all different shapes and sizes. Remember, it’s not the size of it, it’s what you do with it…
2. Google, am I old enough to buy a condom?
In the UK, there are no age limits on buying protection. It is better to be safe than sorry so make sure you stock up!
3. Google, how did I put it in?
To put it politely, here’s a quick guide on how to put your penis into her vagina. Of course, the first thing to do is to ensure your partner wants to have sex with you. What you need to do is make sure your female partner is lubricated. Sometimes a bit of lube can give you a helping hand. Your penis will too, need to be ready for sex (erect). Let your partner help you guide yourself inside her. You’ll soon be a pro.
4. Google, how long am I supposed to last?
One thing to know. There is absolutely no rules on how long sex should last. If you want to experience to last longer, take part in a bit of foreplay before and even during sex. The average time of penetrative sex is about 8 minutes.
5. Google, what is a G-spot?
There is lots of debate, even by scientists that the G-spot isn’t even a real thing. But some people really believe it is, so if you’re one of them, you may be able to find it in the front of the vaginal wall. This is the bit towards your sexual partner / your stomach and stimulating it is said to result in a super strong orgasm.
6. Google, how do I make her orgasm?
Every woman has different likes and dislikes. Our bodies are so different, we all like it different ways. So, the best thing to do is ask your partner what she likes an give it a go. Speaking for the majority, women tend not to orgasm as easily when having penetrative sex. So, to help your lady out, the key is the spend time on foreplay. The clitoris is a very sensitive and effective part of the body to stimulate to help her get off. Focus on this part!
7. Google, can you cure herpes?
At the minute, herpes is incurable, so you can’t get it of it permanently. There is medication available to help the symptoms and the minimise the number of outbreaks you may have.
We hope that these tips have helped you. Remember, Google can’t answer everything. The best way forward is to learn to talk to your partner and discuss all things sexual with them!