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I thought that insertion automatically resulted in pregnancy, 100% of the time. I later refined this to believe that ejaculation while inserted resulted in pregnancy, 100% of the time.
When I was a kid I believed that God made babies on a conveyor belt. And when they were complete, God would poke each baby in the stomach as they were passing by and say, "you're done, you're done." And thats why we all have belly buttons.
When sex was first explained to me, I thought that the man and woman would just fall asleep without any clothes on and hope they rolled into eachother while they were sleeping so they could have a baby.
when i was younger i thought when u had to have a baby all u would have to do is kiss, (guess not).
i used to believe that sex was when you were naked in front of the person you were having it with until about 2 years ago im 21!
i had no idea that sex involved movement till i was 15 (after 2 different sex ed classes) i also didnt know that ejaculation was what cuased the women to get pregnant so i basically thought sex was when a man lied on top of a women and somehow the sperm got magically to the egg i was always very confused when my friends talked about cum and what not then at 15 i discovered porn and everything made so much sense
One day in 5th grade we were having art class and i had to sit next to a girl who was really dumb and beleived anything she was told. so me and my friends decided to play a joke on her. we told her that both girls AND boys could have babies. at first she though we were lieing (i dont know why she wouldn't beleive us, we were truthful lil kids ;-P) she loved to watch Full House so we asked her if she seen the episode where Becky and Jesse had the twins and she said yes so we told her that Becky had one of the babies and Jesse had the other and she was like "Oh yeah i remember that. ur right boys CAN have babies!" she beleived us for years, she also beleives in mermaids! strange lil girl she is!
When I was 4, my Mama said she was going to have a baby. "It's going to be a baby-girl," she said. I replied, "Yeah, I already knew it was going to be a girl. 'Cause Daddy's not having the baby."
When mom explained that unborn babies eat through the bellybutton,my sister and I believed pregnant women would feed their babies by placing the food (i.e. a chicken leg), in their belly button and the baby would just reach out and take it. -We always wondered where the bones went.
I didn't really know how babies came to be; I did think kissing, hugging, hand holding, and making goofy eyes at one another had something to do with it. I thought that the state of marriage automatically meant a women would "get with child". It wasn't until 7th grade during a special presentation about human reproduction (for which mom had to give permission) that it all came together. The explanation of the sperm and egg fertilization made sense when a cartoon depiction (no details, side view of a male body) of a man who began to get an erection! I still didn't understand why blood would go to the penis or how. I was so grossed out at the thought of my mom and dad engaging in such an act. I vowed not to let that happen to me. I was very naive and sappy about love. Needless to say, I out grew those childish feelings and ideas.
one time i told my little cousin " she has a baby in her belly" he said " why did she eat him"
when i was little i thought i was downloaded off the computer
I used to beleive that babies could be only be born if the parents were married.
I used to believe that my grandpa was pregnant... he was all muscle everywhere else except for his very round belly. When I couldn't take the weight anymore, I had to ask him why his water hadn't broken yet... I had to explain to him why I thought this, too. He laughed and said that boys stayed pregnant longer than girls.. it wasn't until I was 8 or 9 that I finally found out that it was a beer belly..
I still remember checking him every day... *sigh*
Up until I was about eight, I thought sex was only done to make babies; I had no idea that it was pleasurable or that people did it for fun. I knew all about how the actual act of reproduction worked (with the exception of penises having to become erect first), but not why people would do it except perhaps out of boredom or a sense of duty.
When I asked where babies come from, my mother explained that chemicals are exchanged from the man, into the woman, who then grows the baby in her womb. (My mom was pretty honest) I filled in the blanks though, the only real interaction I could think of to exchange chemicals was making out.
I used to believe that men had something in the back of their mouths, that would shoot out into the woman's mouth (ala Alien), and drop the chemicals down the throat into the woman's womb.
I used to beleive that parents go to a special market to purchase a baby for themselves becasue they are bored, so they want to enjoy with kids to have something new.
From a young age I had a book called "How Babies Are Made". Of course, I never bothered to read it. Thanks to one illustration, I spent a long time thinking that a women gets pregnant when she and a man lay in bed and face each other.
When I was younger I believed that the number of hours you slept naked with someone determined how many kids you had. I was always scared I would fall asleep and become pregnant with like 5 kids!
I never had to ask where babies came from- I had it all figured out. Because they were different than fingers, it had something to do with your thumbs. Married people held hands- end of story. Then the mommy's tummy was like Jiffy Pop popcorn. Her belly button opened up and the baby came out. The baby was connected to the mommy by it's belly button. Then the mommy's belly button went back down. I was nine when I learned the truth and told my 11 year old friend she had been lied to.