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I used to think that if a man stroked or tickled his wife's pregnant tummy, it would him a child molester to the baby, instead of a proud father to be!
I used to think the phrase 'expecting a baby', as in being pregnant, meant that you actually expected a baby to do something.
I used to get red bathwater confused with menstrual blood like if a woman or teenage girl was using red bath foam or shower gel and it looked she was washing all the blood away.
For my whole childhood, I thought that lesbians could only do handjobs.
I thought that condoms were sweets in their bedroom that my parents didn't let me eat. I always tried stealing them, but my parents took them from me as soon as I got my hands on one.
I believed that women who wanted babies ate a seed, which then grew into their baby.
When I was really little, I found some 'squidgy things' in packets. I wanted to eat one, but every time I got my hands on one, my parents took it from my hands. I always thought It was because they were being mean. It was actually because they were CONDOMS.
When I was a child, I used to believe a sentence that the people said " when a girl and a boy embrace or kiss, that girl will be pregnant". Why do people say that? Because our culture is very conservative, most parents won't teach their children about sex, even avoid this topic because they think this is a shy thing. So there is the origin of this sentence. Until I learned biology, I realized that it was a big lie!
When I was four years old, I used to believe that the previous sister or brother can choose the gender of next child in family.
My mum allaways asks:
"A brother or a sister, which do you prefer? "
My sister said she wants a girl and I borned.
I said I want a boy and my brother borned.
So I used to believe this theory very much.
When I learned that prostitutes were women who sold themselves to men, I pictured them sit in shop windows, like mannequins, and being pushed around in trolleys.