What do you know about sex? We often Google for answers and sometimes, what we get is not always facts. Just how much about what you read about sex is true?
Relationship Counsellor and Clinical Sexologist, Dr Martha Tara Lee (www.eroscoaching.com) describes sex as “union” and one that helps strengthen the emotional bond of a couple. “Sex involves the expression of physical love. It is about the joy of life as well as the intimacy of connectedness. Intimacy lies more with the ability to share one’s fears, dreams, and pains. Without honesty, patience, and the ability to be vulnerable, it is not possible to let your partner know who you really are and what you really want.”
Ridding ourselves of certain misconceptions about sex and keeping it real could open doors to a meaningful relationship and enjoyable, satisfying sex, she says.
Here are some myths you should stop believing to better enjoy sex.
Text: Sandhya Mahadevan / The Singapore Women’s Weekly / June 2018
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