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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
When I was younger my mom explained sex to me as a "special hug." I thought that meant hugging and kissing at the same time.
At around 6 years old, I heard the word "sex".... A few of us who rode the bus together, agreed that "sex" was lying naked with the opposite sex and eating fruit.
When I was 9 I read a quote from a celebrity in Reader's Digest that said something alone the lines of "when a man has an orgasm, his legs shake a bit and then he goes to sleep". So for the next few weeks until I investigated further I believed that!
My mother never bothered to raise me up with a clear image of sex. Whenever a bedscene on TV she didn't hide it from me.
One day when she was washing her face in the bathroom I walked up to her and asked. 'Does sex hurts?' 'No, she said'. Confused as I was; 'Why are the peoples faces so full off pain when doing it then?' She smiled 'Because they like it so much, it hurts'
I used to believe that when people had sex, they just got naked and kissed under the covers. My mother explained how sex worked to me at a young age, but the real image I got was from watching my grandma's soap operas.
when i was about 28 years old i had a boyfriend but i had never heard or learned about sex before in my entire life. so when he took off his pants and revealed his "nooney" i screamed "what the hell is that!?" he ended up having to explain sex to me. then he broke up with me. i am now 56 and to this day i have not had a boyfriend. ever. =/
When I was little, about seven or so.For some reason I thought the word 'organism' was 'orgasm', I'm not even sure where I'd heard the latter.
I got some strange looks when in class I said "plants and animals, like people, are all living orgasms" my teacher turned bright red and was choking back laughter. She quietly told me later that was the wrong word.
i used to think you had sex by kissing
I used to believed that having sex meant that the man and the woman rubbed their body parts together... up until 8th grade, I had never heard of penetration.
One day we were talking at the dinner table and somewhere in the conversation someone metioned sex. My litte sister (only 9, my brother, sister and me are 10 years older or more) tried talk along with everybody, as if she knew what sex was. So my mother asked her if she knew what it was and she replied: It's when people rub their feet together. My parents didn't understand, but I did. My sister and me had just watched some television. Here in the Netherlands we have descriptions for tv programs and movies. They use pictograms to describe what kind of things you can expect in a movie of tv show. For example if there is violence in it. And also if there is sex in it. The pictogram for sex is four feet, two facing up and two facing down between the first two. So naturallly sex is rubbing your feet together!
When I was about 9 I think, I was watching a TV Show together with my brother. At one moment, the subtitles said something with sex. I knew what sex meant, so I said "OH!" (disapproving). My brother told me that seks (that's how it's written in Dutch, and that's how it appeared in the subtitles, duh:p) didn't have the same meaning as sex, but that it meant "laughing"
When I was younger I had a friend that would always call people douche bags and since I had no knowledge about it I always thought it was a ball sack because I had seen my younger brother's pork&beans when they were little because I changed their diapers so I always thought that was disgusting and pointless to call someone that why didnt you just call them a ballsack! Then she explained it to me later in English class and I still thought it was gross!!haha