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When I was young, I used to believe that, all babies lived in a "contry" before they were born. When I had a brother, I was sad because I thought that all his friends had to said good bye to him... And when I learnt how we babies are made, I was very very sad too and I was crying... Since this moment, I don't believe that anymore !
I thought that when a woman got cravings when she was pregnant, then whatever she craved would become her offspring's favourite foods.
Conversely, I thought that if a woman was put off a specific food while pregnant, then that'd become the food the child didn't like.
I only realised this was not true when Mum told me she didn't like tomatoes while pregnant, even though I like tomatoes.
When I discovered a pearlescent green camo… adult plaything, I thought it was some kind of clown’s tool or a massager. I knew not to use it, though, and put it away.
I used to be confused about why a game of hugging and kissing is meant to be a bad secret that you had to tell and get help for, before knowing all the obvious sex stuff now.
i used to thought that period is when you pee like a baby for a few days...
I watched Family Guy as a tween and there is an episode where Chris is on a diet and has to eat vegetables. Chris complains, and Stewie tells him he should try it because it's "orgasmic". Stewie takes a bite and says, "Oh yes! YES!" I figured "orgasmic" was a funny way of saying "organic".
While learning about the digestive system in school, I asked my mother how she could eat with my twin sister and me in her stomach!
I used to believe that sex was divided into two categories: "normal," when you did it with most of your clothes still on, and "hardcore," when you did it with all of your clothes off, and that people who had "hardcore" sex were evil.
I used to think that being anorexic or bulimic was a chance for girls to be prostitutes, because of how they stop having periods on the sexual side.
When I was younger, I used to think that the storks brought children to their mother.