We're going to take a wild guess and say that you're probably not thinking about your partner's biggest sex fears when you hop into bed with him. But as it turns out, he's got a lot of them. According to a new survey of men and women in the U. For the survey, by the British website Superdrug Online Doctor, researchers asked 2, people to rank their biggest sex fears on a scale of one to Based on that, they determined the top 10 fears for men and women. The guys' number one fear turned out to be that their partner had an STD , followed by her not reaching orgasm, an unintended pregnancy, getting off too soon , and giving the impression that they're bad at sex.
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Hooking up with someone for the first time can be passionate, exciting That's right, ladies—we're not all as calm and collected as we may seem. Under that shirt you're just waiting to rip off a man can dream, right? Don't get me wrong—we are champing at the bit to get in your pants—but we're also anxious as hell. Here are some of men's biggest first-time fears. Dragon Breath and Tiger Claws Yes, men can be gross I swear there is an elf that pees on toilet seats. But that doesn't mean we aren't worried about our hygiene when we're about to get in bed with you.
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