About 70% of people see oral stimulation as “shocks,” according to a study at an intimate research center at Kinsey Institute in Indiana.
But in spite of this, many couples are uninvented about the myths that exist on the subject.
1. “Sexually transmitted diseases do not come from the oral”
This is not absolutely true. Indeed, gonorrhea, chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts and syphilis are just some of the sexually transmitted infections that can be spread through the oral act.
Experts point out that everyone should use protective means when performing the intimate act, in this case condom.
But the rate of sexually transmitted diseases spreading through oral sex is increasing, according to the British Association for Intimate Health and HIV.
According to the Daily Star, the NHS recommends that everyone use condoms while performing oral sex, to prevent the spread of the disease.
2. “Swallowing sperm is harmful”
There is nothing wrong with swallowing sperm if the male does not possess sexually transmitted diseases.
The sperm contains mainly some sugars and proteins, which do not cause harm.
3. “Pineapple consumption makes you taste sweet”
The diet actually affects the secretions of the body, but the consumption of pineapple does not guarantee that your bodily regions enjoy the sweetest.
In fact there is no scientific research that proves that some foods make sperm or vaginal juices to taste sweet, according to psychologist Debby Herbenick.