With that in mind, we present 30 things you should know about sex. Each of these 30 points will help you understand sex and sex education better. We begin with some common myths that plague teenagers from the first time that they become interested in the world of sexual encounters. Sex Education Tip 1: 'No penetration' does not mean that you are safe from pregnancy.
Pregnancy can occur even when a partner ejaculates or pre-ejaculates near or on your vulva. Irrespective of the fact that you engage in vaginal sex or not, naked body contact around this region could lead to pregnancy. Sex Education Tip 2: You can still get pregnant if you have sex during your menstrual cycle.
If you have vaginal sex during your periods, you can get pregnant. Sperms have a life ranging from one day to one week
, thus meaning that a sperm could fertilise an egg when you ovulate.