But instead of drilling down on the nuances of female desire, companies would rather treat female sexual dysfunction as a problem that only medication can fix. Hills interviewed young adults from all types of backgrounds across Canada, the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. She writes sympathetically about unbidden erections and the pressure men face to perform sexually. Teenagers, naked, couple in threes Grandparents swing from the ceiling Everyone else has had more sex than me Uh-uh Everyone else has had more sex than me Uh-uh Corporate capers and office amour Shenanigans outdoor and in Resist, and then later you find out there's more Regret in not doing the sin Keyboard Solo All lives have to die - of that there's no help My favourite way to end 'em Is the orb-weaver spider's, whose pedipalp Enters the female pudendum Then dies on the spot His corpse there still stuck Left for his rivals to curse it He would rather die than not get to fuck! Perhaps the most surprising section of The Sex Myth is the chapter on male sexuality. How many jokes have been made about the female ability and necessity to fake an orgasm? The book intertwines anecdotes, scientific research, and occasional moments of self-reflection to make the argument that people too often allow their sexuality to be defined by factors outside themselves. The key to overcoming this attitude, she says, is introspection, and being much more critical of messaging about sex and how it applies to our own reality. So what is the Sex Myth? When Rachel Hills tells men that she wrote a book called The Sex Myth, she typically gets one response. Her research culminated in her first book, The Sex Myth: While working as an opinion columnist in her native Australia nearly a decade ago, Hills began to notice how the media seemed obsessed with the idea that young people only wanted no-strings-attached sex—and lots of it. Personally, I reckon it's worth it Everyone else has had more sex than me Uh-uh Does everybody else get that feeling Uh-uh Everyone else has had more sex than me Uh-uh Does everybody else get that feeling Uh-uh Everyone else has had more sex than me Uh-uh Does everybody else get that feeling Uh-uh Everyone else has had more sex than me Uh-uh Does everybody else get that feeling Uh-uh. So how best to avoid letting these myths creep into our consciousness and dictate our desires? Here are some of the other myths Hills debunks: Myth No.