When you want to get laid, you never want something going on downstairs that makes you feel any less than your total queen self.
Luckily for many women, being on their period is just a question of just changing the bedsheets, rather than not getting between them at all, but for those who are still on the fence, just remember, we’re talking regular abstinence and that requires serious consideration.
Especially if you’re in a same sex relationship and your cycles haven’t synced (FYI that is a total myth guys), you ladies could be spending as much as 50% of every month celibate. And ain’t nobody got time for that.
So we’ve done the research for you and are sharing the eight things we all need to know when you’re thinking of replacing that tampon with something else.
You definitely can have sex on your period.
For people wondering whether they can have sex on their period, the short answer is: yes. Yes, you absolutely can have sex on your period.
Myths surrounding period sex continue to exist – in Poland the taboo is so great that an old wives’ tale says you can actually kill your partner by having period sex (crikey).
And while some women might choose to wait until they have finished because they feel uncomfortable about the potential mess, are in pain or because they oppose it on religious grounds, there is nothing to stop you doing it if that is what you want to do.
You are not the only woman having period sex.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, there here have not been a lot of studies into this area but there have been anecdotal surveys conducted, such as this one by Medium, which found that 55% find period sex to be “totally natural” or “awesome”. So what are you waiting for? Everyone else is already on board.
Read the full article HERE.