As bad as the stigma against adultery is, I’m sure that most of us can agree that the stigma is at its worst when it’s targeted at women. For some reason, the word slut gets tossed around like it’s nothing when it comes to women and the sex that they want to have. There are still persisting myths about the female sex drive and we’re sure that you’ve heard them all before. After all, how many times have you heard someone (whether they’re male, female, or other) complain that women just don’t have as avid a sex drive as men do?
We’ve all heard it once and while these myths about sluts might seem harmless, they shape the views that might stop you from getting the sex you want (again, whether you’re male, female, or other).
So here are some of the most common myths and why they’re not true. Let’s start with number one.
1) “All sluts have a loose vagina.”
Wrong! And we’ll talk about the looseness of the vagina in the next point, but women who are having sex a lot aren’t more loose than other people. While there are a couple factors that would permanently loosen a vagina (surprise! Birth isn’t one of them), the vagina was made to be elastic and as such, they stretch. Also, you would think that men would want women who was a slut to have affairs with. Women who are generally classed as sluts are the ones who will have the most sexual experience and are more honest about the sex that they are looking for. Let’s not shame them for that.
2) “Tight, virginal women are better than loose sluts.”
We addressed the sluts issue in the point above, but if you are trying to have sex with someone and they are too tight that usually means that they’re not ready for sex yet. The more turned on a woman becomes, the looser the vagina will become. This makes sense, right? We’ve evolved to make it easier to have children and surely a vagina that can loosen so a penis can be inserted more easily would be a good thing, right? The strange paradox that we live with these days is that both large cocks and tight vaginas are sought after commodities, but sluts are looked down on. These things do not go together all that well and if you’re going to try, you should stock up on lubricant. If you’re trying to have sex and your affair partner is still tight then try stepping back and indulging in some more foreplay until your affair partner is better prepared for the sex that the two of you are going to have.
3) “Sluts spread sexually transmitted diseases.”
People who have unprotected sex and don’t care for themselves spread disease. The guys who insist that they won’t have sex with a condom on, but don’t take any steps to prevent diseases spread disease. If you’re going to have sex with someone who you don’t know as well, or if you both have multiple partners… then wear a condom or get yourself checked. If you don’t take these basic precautions and then end up with an STI, then you’ve only got yourself to blame. You can't blame everything on the vagina and sluts.