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I used to believe that you would always have a baby when you had sex, no matter what. I think my mom told me this to make sure that I never slept with anyone until I was married. I also believed that people only had sex for fun. In other words, they got ready for bed, then said "Let's have a baby!" and lay down together. Very industrious.
When I was in primary school I used to think that posh people did not have sex
When I was a child, we had many friends who were lesbians. For a few months I thought that when you grew up you became a lesbian for a while until you found a man to marry. This made sense to me because all our lesbian friends were younger than my parents, but i didn't know any gay people my grandparents age. It took me a while to figure out. Luckily I had very open and supportive parents who answered my questions gently enough to let me figure it out on my own.
I don't know how it came about, but one day when I was about 5 years old, my parents asked me if I knew what sex was (I'm sure I was talking about it like I knew what it was). I remember telling them that it was when a man and a woman hold hands and kiss and get in bed together while kissing and holding hands. They then sat me down and we had a very long discussion about what it was and why I shouldn't use the word so carelessly.
when i was about 7 i thought that sex was when a man and a woman would get naked and simply place the mans penis in the womans vagina and wait a few minutes. then they would take it out and immediatly following a baby would appear. wow was i wrong!
i used to believe that sex was just kissing with your clothes off
When I was younger I thought that gay men had sex by rubbing their willies together, I didn't find out that this wasn't true until I was 14 and asked a gay friend about it
I used to believe that making love was where you had your clothes off and having sex was where you had them off.
When I was 7 I first heard the word "Gay" I didn't know what it meant so I asked my 8 year old cousin. He told me being gay meant you liked girls. As a 7 year old boy who thought every girl had cooties I didn't want that. So the next day in church a girl smiled at me. My cousin leaned over and whispered, "You like girls. You're gay." I turned to the whole church and shouted, "I'm not gay. I like boys!" There was an odd silence after that.
When I was in primary school, I read in magazine story of woman, whose little daughter didn't want to stay with her brother (girl's uncle) and it later turned out that he raped little girl. I asked my mom what it means. She lied to me that it means "to beat", not willing to tell the truth.
Some time later, a girl in our class made me angry, and I told in front of class, that one day I'm gonna rape her. That taught my mom a good lesson. She has always been honest with me ever since.
While arguing about what sex was in gym class in 3rd grade, one girl adamantly stated that sex was when a man and a woman go into a field of flowers and lie naked there and pee on each other.
Everyone believed this until one boy told us what it really was.
I used to believe that sex was something that happened at night while you were sleeping and that if a man was going to sleep in your bed then he had to put a condom on before to stop him getting you pregnant
When I was three or four, I went into my mom and dad's bedroom when they weren't paying attention (they weren't in their room either). I found my mom's vibrator and didn't know what it was and (yep, you guessed it) started playing with it. Now, it didn't look like a penis, it was just shaped like one. And you know, since pills are long and skinny and so are penises, I thought the vibrator was a giant pill with HUNDREDS of tiny pills inside. My mom had always reffered to taking pills when she didn't feel good, and that particular night I didn't feel good. So I tried EVERTHING to get the"giant pill" open so I could be a big girl and take a grown up pill just like Mommy did! I even tried getting it open with my teeth (EW!!!). Days later I asked my mom why she kept all her pills in the "giant pill" and when she replied "What giant pill??," I explained to her what happened. Then she told to me what it was, what it was used for, and that I should never touch it again! (You can imagine how akward that was!). Now that I'm 28 and married, I still reffer to vibrators as "giant pills."
Up until i was about 13, i used to think that masturbation was when a man shoved a condom up a woman. i know better now.
When I finally asked my mother about the birds and the bees, she left out the part about penetration. She said, "The man and the woman lie down on top of each other and they just fit." I eventually decided the penis would curl up like a larvae and that the woman would wrap her labia around it.
When my nephew was about 11-12 he asked his grandparents if it did hurt to make love to someone. They answered him: "No, why should it hurt?" He replied "doesn't it hurt when you have to put the balls inside?"
when i was little like about 7 or 8, i thought that when a girl and a guy had sex they would give eachother wegies. how stupid was i : )
When I was little I used to think that sex was an object like my mega blocks. I became very jealous when i never got any sex for christmas or my birthday. Every time I asked someone for sex I was spanked. This lead me to believe we were too poor to buy any sex.
My babysitter had a keychain that I found and it said something about being "horny" and when I asked her what it meant she told me that "horny" meant happy, so when I was like 6 I was running around telling everyone I was horny!
I was given the sex talk pretty young with all the proper terms, but still didn't have a realy correct idea of it. I thought the man and woman laid side by side or on top of each other, connected, kissing. I thought kissing was just holding lips together. Didn't sound very exciting.