From Rimming To Squirting: Your Most Embarrassing Sex Questions – Answered!

#NoHolesBarred: We've enlisted the help of an expert to answer your most awkward sex questions.

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We get it, there are some questions that you’d just rather ask Google than your best friend or even your gyno. But instead of leaving your burning sex questions to strangers on the interwebs, we’ve got your most embarrassing questions covered and enlisted the help of sex expert Shawna Scott for the all the answers on everything from penis injuries to squirting.

Dear Shawna…

1. Can we really break his penis?

“Penile fractures are rare, but it’s definitely possible. It usually happens accidentally during intercourse. It’s when an erect penis is suddenly bent, causing a rupture in the lining on the corpus cavernosum. It’s extremely painful and requires immediate medical attention.” #ouch


2. How can we avoid vagina farting?

“Vagina farts, queefing, or fanny farts are caused by air being forced into the vagina during intercourse. There’s no way to control them, because we don’t have sphincter muscles in our vagina, the way we do in our bums. So if you want to avoid vagina farts, you’ll have to avoid intercourse all together. Or you could just embrace it, and have a laugh. They’re pretty funny, in fairness.”

3. Is anal licking totally unhygienic?

“Not at all! Anal licking can be fun and enjoyable for both partners involved. Obviously you’ll need to make sure the area being licked is cleaned beforehand. If it’s clean, go for it! We’ve a high concentration of nerve endings in our anuses, so stimulating them either with fingers or licking can feel incredibly pleasurable for some people.”

4. How can I tell him his skills are lacking?

“Well don’t tell your partner they’re lacking, for a start. That’s just not very nice. The best way to work on this is to do it together. Use your “I” statements. “I love when you touch me here,” or “A really awesome way to get me off is to _____.” Use positive re-inforcement. However if you’ve tried all that and they’re still only interested in doing it their way, they’re probably not worth your energy.”

5. How do I introduce sex toys?

“I love this question! It’s really simple – if you want a sex toy, buy one for yourself. Then tell your partner how much you want to use it with them. If they are feeling a little intimidated by it, explain that it couldn’t possibly replace them any more than a mobile phone or television could. If you don’t want to use it with a partner, that’s fine too. You’re allowed to have your own private sex life with yourself.”

There’s lots of things that can cause a slightly bitter taste downstairs, the main ones being smoking and eating lots of red meat.

6. Does pineapple make us taste better down there?

“There’s lots of things that can cause a slightly bitter taste downstairs, the main ones being smoking and eating lots of red meat. So quitting or reducing those things can improve the flavour, but also making sure you drink enough water, eat enough fruit, and get enough exercise. If the rest of you is healthy, your lady garden will be too!”

7. When I squirt, am I really peeing?

“Yes and No. There has been debate over this for years. The fluid itself seems to be similar to urine but not quite the same. There have been numerous studies that seem to contradict each other, but they all seem to show there’s small amounts of urea in it. You know what else has urea in it? Semen… and also plenty of skincare products, so I wouldn’t worry too much about it.”

8. Will too much sex make me too loose?

“No. Not at all. That’s one of those urban myths that’s employed to keep women worried about being sexually promiscuous. If anything, exercising your kegal muscles during sex, squeezing around the shaft of the penis or toy will strengthen your pelvic floor, not loosen it.”

9. During intercourse, his testicles disappear! Should I be worried?

“Like all good magic tricks, the important part is that the magician is able to bring the thing the disappeared thing back again. This is actually quite common, and you only need to be worried if they don’t pop back down again or if it is causing him pain or discomfort.”

10. Is clitoral stimulation the only way for a me to have an orgasm?

“There are loads of healthy ways women can achieve orgasm! That said about 70% of us require some form of clitoral stimulation. Some women can climax from just touching their nipples, others through vaginal penetration. I met a woman once who could only reach orgasm if she was being stimulated anally as well. Everyone is different, but the vast majority of us tend to get off through clitoral stimulation.”
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