Fact or Fiction: 9 Sex Myths Revealed

Think you know your sex facts from fiction? Get ready—it’s time to test your in-sack IQ.

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Women have reported reaching orgasm 81 percent of the time through oral sex, compared to 25 percent of the time through intercourse.
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The ages change slightly depending on the person, but women's estrogen levels surge in their mid to late 20s, while guys get a big dose of hormones in their teens.
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According to The Journal of Sexual Medicine, the median time it takes men to get off is 5.4 minutes.
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So if you're looking for some oral love later, best to skip the Starbucks.
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Researchers at Stanford University found that it took just a couple of minutes of some good ol' porn to get women turned on. The only difference? Women tend to like porn with a storyline (you know, the pool boy enters the kitchen...yada yada).
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Marking sex dates on your calendars can actually increase anticipation, making you lust after your spouse even more.
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This is the same number you've been hearing since high school, but The American Sex Survey found that most men think about sex a few times a day—not a few times a minute.
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Married couples are not only more satisfied with the quality of their sex lives—they're also having sex more often.
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Believe it or not, the original vibrator was invented in the 1800s to medically treat "female hysteria." What was the illness? My-husband-is-bad-in-bed-itis?

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