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Okay, when I asked my mother where babys came from, she told me that a man and a womans body would come together, and that would create a baby.
Well, by bodies, I thought she meant stomachs, so I thought that if you hugged a guy, that you could get pregnant.
I couldn't imagine why hugging was so acceptable.
Up till even past where I knew what happens during an orgasm, I used to think my mom had some serious nightmare problems some nights and would start moaning in fear. I even told her this, and she hesitated, but then supported my belief with wide eyes.
Boy was I nauseous when I put two and two together Valentine's Day night...
when i was really little, like 5, my mom got a vibrator from my aunt as a joke and i found it and thought it was one of those back massager things and so i was massaging myself with it for a minute until she came into the bathroom and took it away. lol, maybe ill remind her of this when im older.
As a small child, the only knowledge I had about sex was that it was something done while naked and it was usually done in the bedroom. I figured that the bedroom was a suitable place solely for its privacy, because for years I thought sex was something you did standing up! Sadly, I did not learn the difference until I saw the movie "Spanglish".
until just last year i thought sodomy was somehow related to the bible and that it wasn't anything to do with what it really is. I made the mistake of asking my very religious grandmother what it meant. that was a very awkward conversation...
I used to think dildos was a kind of spanish rice based on it's placement in La Vie Boheme
up until the age of about 11, i thought that when people have sex, they just rub their penis and vagina together- and thats what sex was! haha...
I walked in on my parents having sex when i was about four. I told them that if i caught them again, I would call the police! I thought they were trying to kill each other!!!
when i was young a friend told me about sex and how it felt good and that it was done at night. then later on i heard the term afternoon delight. Since i was told that sex was done at night, i thought that if you had sex in the afternoon during daylight, the parents would have a miscarriage. Boy! through the years that belief would backfire on me like a shotgun.
My dad mistakenly showed me the movie American Pie when I was 8, so I knew what sex was pretty early on. However, as far as I could tell from the movie sex was just inserting the penis into the vagina and staying like that because it felt good. I didn't learn that any movement occured until many years later.
I used to think that when adults had sex, they just took off their shirts and hugged each other under the covers and like, rolled around because thats all i ever saw on tv.
i used to believed that when having sex, all the girl would have to do was shake her boobs in the mans face and then they would be done.
I thought "lesbian" was referring to a country.
After watching a documentary on the Aids virus in the late 80's (when I was about 8) I thought that if you had sex you WOULD get aids,no two ways about it,I then thought you got reds spots and died.
To this day im not sure if red spots are a sympton of aids of not
When I heard that people sold their bodies on the street, I literally thought that people stood on the street trying to sell their fingers or organs for money on the street cuz they were so poor. Imagine my surprise at the truth!
I used to think the entire process of "making love" took an entire day.
I was a young pre-med so I knew the mechanics of sex, but I thought Mom & Dad stood naked in the bathroom & Dad inserted his penis in Mom's vagina. Those kids' anatomy books don't mention that sex is fun!
I remember believing that sex was a very rare festivity, like the marriage of princes and the Queen's birthday, to be broadcast on TV, or that they were actually the same thing. I assume this is due to my brother telling me he was watching a rerun of Lady Di's wedding (this was only days after the 'real' ceremony), when he and a couple of his pals were of course actually enjoying a porn flick.
I distinctly remember having arguments with other kids, who claimed that everybody had sex. I staunchly defended the position that only the royal family did it.
When I was very young, I was watching a movie with my parents, and in the movie, a woman talked about having been raped. I asked my mother what rape was, and without hesitation, she told me that it was when one person forced another person to take their clothes off. I understand why she said it... I didn't even know what sex was yet, but the misconception was never corrected.
For years, everytime I would hear about rape on the news or in movies or TV shows, I would wonder what the big deal was, it seemed like they were being all whiny and hurt over nothing.
It wasen't until I was a teenager, and I heard about a local girl having been raped, that I actually voiced my opinion about how people seemed to overreact to rape in the presence of others. I got yelled at by several friends, and the misunderstanding was finally resolved.
When I was little, my mom made me watch lots of sex education shows. On one, I must have listened selectively as erections were described. I understood they made the penis larger just fine, but I also got the impression that their effect was cumulative. I made it my mission that day to get as many erections as I could - possibly as many as eleven!