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When I first found out about sex, my dad didn't specify the location of the vagina. Because of this, I thought it was a dent that appeared in a woman's chest when the woman became aroused. I also thought that at the end of sex, you exploded, but I wasn't completely off. Orgasms are like that.
I used to believe both boys and girls had penises so i thought sex was when they tied them together.
So I didn't really understand the difference between jacking off and jacking around until the day my junior varsity baseball coach asked me to go tell some of the guys to "quit jacking around over there." I shouted the message over to the guys at the top of my lungs but got it a little jumbled. Lots of laughs at my expense.
i used to believe that when people had sex, they didn't get completely naked. since anatomically, they only had to take off their bottoms, they never took off their shirts. I think I got this from a book: it was talking about someone who didn't really know how babies were made, all she knew was it involved getting naked "from the waist down"
When I was eight, I sort of knew what "gay" meant. However, I could never figure out how two gay men could have sex. After thinking for a while, I concluded that the men would stand naked facing each other with their erect penises, and proceed to slap them together. In my mind's eye it would be a different version of a clapping game and they would sing a sort of rhyme to go along with the act.
I've been exposed to fanfiction and now know better.
Not knowing what the word 'laid' meant. I told a joke to my uncle in a checkout line (other kids were laughing at it at school). Your mother is like a brick...flat on both sides and laid by mexicans. The lady behind us was floored. My uncle had a talk with me in the car later.
I used to believe that during sex, a man urinated inside the woman (I had no concept of fluids), and was thus repulsed by sex until my mother told me what the real deal was, when I was 11, a year after we had the "talk".
I don't know how I got it into my head, but for some reason I thought sex was equal to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, because when you put the two things together something great happens(I don't know). Anywho, I had this crush on this girl in about 1st grade, and told her that I thought we should make a sandwich, thinking that she had jelly inside her and that my peanut butter in my penis would make something amazing. I guess I wasn't too far off in the end.
i thought that sex was when you kissed each others private parts. i had no idea!
When I was 7, I used to believe that having sex was a guy sticking his penis in between a woman's boobs and rubbing it there. haha now i know how to actually have sex
When I was a kid my mom explained sex to me but only the reproductive part. I didn't know anything about erections so I though people had sex by scissoring.
Because my scope of the naked body was limited to my own (female) and my barbies', I used to believe that sex was when a male and female rubbed their bodies together, making sure that the lower private parts were touching. I had no idea what was really involved. :)
When I saw "F" under sex (i think this was on my birth certificate) I thought I had 'failed' sex. I figured this meant I was somehow bad or dirty and was rather embarrassed by it. But I felt a little better when I saw my mom's driver's liscence... turns out she failed too!
I used to believe that sex was when a boy and a girl would lie on their sides and hump each others legs.
I used to believe thatsex was just kissing naked
My mother gave me a book, "How You Are Changing", rather than a sex talk. Notably, this book is written for with a Christian approach to puberty, and sex. It wasn't until I was well into my teens that I realized it was possible to have sex without being married.
... or being able to do the splits.
I used to believe having sex was when you would "sleep with someone". I mean sleep. And you had to roll around on the bed naked with a guy, and fall asleep. That's how you have sex, and that's how babies are made.
Back when I was a kid, I thought that gay people were attracted to other gay people. Which is kinda true, in a way . . . except I thought that gay men could be attracted to lesbians, and vice versa.
Turns out, not so much!
Until I was 13, I thought missionary position was impossible in real life as it would hurt the girl being under a man. Imagine my surprise.
when I was younger my older sister told me parents watch adult movies where people are naked. well one day i wanted to watch nightmare on elm street and my mom said NO because its an adult movie. so when she was outside i put in the vcr tape in and fast forward it to see naked people and when it showed freddy Kougars face. I hurry up and shut it off and went and told my sister that our parents like to watched people with melted faces get naked