Sex myths busted...
Most people are too shy to talk about sex honestly. We've busted some of the most common myths to bring you the truth (and no, your mate probably doesn't have a 14 inch penis!).
I'm Not Normal
Hairy nipples, droopy boobs, lopsided balls - everyone has insecurities. And then there's what and who you find sexy... But chances are you share most of your concerns with other people - who are also too shy to discuss it - and have some unique quirks. That's as normal as it gets.
You Can't Get Pregnant Standing Up
You risk pregnancy every time you have sex, so have safe sex every time unless you want a baby: sperm can survive in the body for several days and it takes one to get someone pregnant. Only the condom or female condom also protect against Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) so use one of those methods - possibly with another form of contraceptive - unless you're both STI-free and in a monogamous relationship.
If you've struggled with condoms, trying a different size such as Close Feel or Comfort XL can help.
For more information see Brook (http://www.brook.org.uk/) or the Family Planning Association (http://www.fpa.org.uk/)