If you pay attention to the media at all, you know that everyone talks about sex. It's portrayed as being a certain way when in reality, most of what you hear around you are myths. Let's be real. People like to overdramatize things. People like to talk about sex without really mentioning a lot of facts. This is how myths get spread, specifically, myths about your first time doing the deed.
While there are some things you can definitely pay attention to, we recommend not listening to the opinions of the media and everyone who is whispering things in your ear. Get the facts about sex and make your own decision when the time is right. We're exposing some of the most common myths today, to hopefully help you distinguish some of the fact from fiction.
If you have ever been told that when you have sex for the first time, you should be prepared for it to last several hours, then you were told wrong. It’s unlikely that you and your partner will last for long because it’s a new experience for both of you, and therefore you haven’t learned how to control yourself, or your partner hasn’t actually ever had an orgasm before, other than in his hands. So know this, when it comes to having sex for the first time, you’ll be lucky if you last longer than five minutes, but it’s highly unlikely. [Read: 10 foolproof sex tips every girl should know!]