Gender and sex are never as simple as “male” or “female”different genitalia actually share a lot of similar sexual processes. Despite that scientific truth, we're still taught about sexuality in a gendered way, leading many to hold some major misconceptions about the "opposite" sex.

The gender binary is bullsh*t, and so are many of the things we're taught about our bodies.

While this article focuses on myths about male and female bodies, the idea that these are the only bodies is a myth. As many as 4 percent of people are born with genitalia, hormones, or genes that place them somewhere on the spectrum between male and female. 

Not to mention the fact that biological sex is a separate issue entirely from gender, making it impossible to generalize about "men's bodies" and "women's bodies."

In other words: The gender binary is bullsh*t, and so are many of the things we're taught about our bodies. Here are some beliefs about sex, gender, and sexuality that experts believe we need to unlearn: