A Brief History of Human Sex

http://www.livescience.com Heather Whipps

Birds do it, bees do it, humans since the dawn of time have done it.

But just how much has the act really changed through the millennia and even in past decades? Are humans doing it more? Are we doing it better? Sort of, say scientists. But it’s how people fess up to the truth about their sex lives that has changed the most over the years.

Humans have basically been the same anatomically for about 100,000 years—so what is safe to say is that if we enjoy it now, then so did our cave-dwelling ancestors and everyone else since, experts say.

 

“Just as our bodies tell us what we might like to eat, or when we should go to sleep, they lay down for us our pattern of lust,” says University of Toronto psychologist Edward Shorter. “Sex has always offered pleasure.”

Hard wired

Sexuality has a lot to do with our biological framework, agreed Joann Rodgers, director of media relations and lecturer at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.

“People and indeed all animals are hard wired to seek out sex and to continue to do so,” Rodgers said in a recent interview. “I imagine that is evidence that people at least like sex and even if they don’t they engage in it as a biological imperative.”

It is nearly impossible to tell, however, whether people enjoyed sex more 50 years ago or 50,000 years ago, said David Buss, professor of psychology at the University of Texas and author of “The Evolution of Desire: Strategies of Human Mating” (Basic Books, 2003).

There is “no reason to think that we do more now than in the past, although we are certainly more frank about it,” Buss told LiveScience.

Indeed, cultural restraints—rather than anything anatomical—have had the biggest effect on our sexual history, Shorter says.

“To be sure, what people actually experience is always a mixture of biological and social conditioning: Desire surges from the body, the mind interprets what society will accept and what not, and the rest of the signals are edited out by culture,” he writes in his book, “Written in the Flesh: A History of Desire” (University of Toronto Press, 2005).

That’s not to say that cultural norms keep people from exploring the taboo, but only what is admitted to openly, according to archaeologist Timothy Taylor of Great Britain’s University of Bradford.

“The idea that there is a sexual line that must not be crossed but in practice often is, is far older than the story of Eve’s temptation by the serpent,” he writes in “The History of Sex: Four Million Years of Human Sexual Culture” (Bantam Books, 1996).

Modern advances

Religion especially has held powerful sway over the mind’s attitude towards the body’s carnal desires, most sexual psychologists agree. Men and women who lived during the pious Middle Ages were certainly affected by the fear of sin, Shorter said, though he notes there were other inhibiting factors to consider, too.

“The low priority attached to sexual pleasure by people who lived in distant times is inexplicable unless one considers the hindrances that existed in those days,” Shorter writes. He points especially to the 1,000 years of misery and disease—often accompanied by some very un-sexy smells and itching—that led up to the Industrial Revolution. “After the mid-nineteenth century, these hindrances start to be removed, and the great surge towards pleasure begins.”

Many historians and psychologists see the late 1800s as a kind of watershed period for sexuality in the Western world. With the industrial revolution pushing more and more people together—literally—in dense, culturally-mixed neighborhoods, attitudes towards sex became more liberal.

The liberalization of sexuality kicked into high gear by the 1960s with the advent of the birth control pill, letting women get in on the fun and act on the basis of desire as men always had, according to Shorter.

“The 1960s vastly accelerated this unhesitant willingness to grab sex for the sheer sake of physical pleasure,” he said, noting that the trend ofopenly seeking out sex just because it feels good, rather than for procreation alone, has continued on unabated into the new millennium.

Global variations

But despite the modern tendency towards sexual freedom, even today there are vast differences in attitudes across the world, experts say.

“Cultures vary tremendously in how early they start having sex, how open they are about it, and how many sexual partners they have,” said Buss, noting that Swedes generally have many partners in their lifetime and the Chinese typically have few.

An informal 2005 global sex survey sponsored by the condom company Durex confirmed Buss’ views. Just 3 percent of Americans polled called their sex lives “monotonous,” compared to a sizable 26 percent of Indian respondents. While 53 percent of Norwegians wanted more sex than they were having (a respectable 98 times per year, on average), 81 percent of the Portuguese were quite happy with their national quota of 108 times per year.

Though poll numbers and surveys offer an interesting window into the sex lives of strangers, they’re still constrained by the unwillingness of people to open up about a part of their lives that’s usually kept behind closed doors.

And what if we weren’t bound by such social limitations? Taylor offers the promiscuous—and very laid-back—bonobo chimpanzee as a utopian example.

“Bonobos have sex most of the time … a fairly quick, perfunctory, and relaxed activity that functions as a social cement,” he writes. “But for cultural constraints, we would all behave more like bonobos. In physical terms, there is actually nothing that bonobos do that some humans do not sometimes do.”

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40 interesting things you never knew about sex

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So then we thought – if our users are interested in sex, what about sex would interest them?

Interesting stuff about sex of course.

So here it is. Interesting stuff about sex. Oh, and we’ve stuck some weird one’s in there as well to spice things up a bit. You’ll never watch a pair of breeding black widow spiders in the same light ever again…

1.) You burn about 200 calories during 30 minutes of active sex.

2.) Sex makes women’s hair shinier and their skin glow because of all the extra oestrogen it causes them to produce.

3.) According to the Durex Global Sex Survey, people normally lose their virginity at 17 years old. In the UK, the average age is 16 1/2.

4.) These days, the Greeks have more sex than any other nationality. They’re followed closely by the Croatians.

5.) American Jonah Falcon has the world’s largest penis at 9.5 inches when flaccid and 13.5 inches when erect.

6.) The average penis size is 3.5 to 3.7 inches when flaccid and between 5.0-5.7 inches when erect.

7.) Whales are the owners of the world’s largest penises. The biggest recorded whale penis was the 8-footer of a killer whale.

8.) The world’s oldest father (Nanu Ram Jogi) recently fathered his 21st child, at the age of 90. He also admits that he is not certain how many children his series of four wives have borne him – but counts at least 12 sons, 9 daughters and 20 grandchildren.

9.) Homosexuality is a common thing everywhere in nature. A pair of male penguins, Roy and Silo from Central Park Zoo, were a ‘couple’ for years, even raising a baby penguin together in 2003.

10.) Women are more likely to orgasm just before or during their period.

11.) Experiencing ‘butterflies of love’ might sound romantic, but in France the phrase ‘papillon d’amour’ means having pubic lice.

12.) In Britain we have on average, 10 sexual partners in our lifetime. The Chinese have the most with 19 and the Vietnamese only get round to having sex with 2 1/2 people.

13.) There are roughly 100 million acts of sexual intercourse each day.

14.) Most turkeys and giraffes are bisexual.

15.) The Ancient Egyptians used dried crocodile dung as a contraceptive as it has spermicidal properties. How did they discover this?

16.) Both men and women can have multiple orgasms. But for men to achieve one, their first orgasm must occur without ejaculation and without losing their erection.

17.) In 2005, a couple broke the world record for the longest unbroken kiss. They did it for an exhausting 31 hours, 30 minutes and 30 seconds.

18.) 25% of couples over 75 still sexually active.

19.) Women who have been to university are more likely to engage in anal sex.

20.) The amount of wet dreams a man is likely to have increases in line with the number of years spent in formal education (which very much includes university I’m sure you’ll be glad to know).

21.) 80% of men living in the USA have been circumcised. Less than 20% in the UK have been.

22.) Besides humans, bonobo chimps and dolphins are the only animals that have sex for pleasure.

23.) Telling a convincing lie to someone is much more difficult when you find them sexually attractive.

24.) What do humans, fish and porpoises have in common? They all have oral sex.

25.) 70% of men refuse sex during their girlfriend’s period.

26.) Apparently on average foreplay lasts 11 to 13 minutes.

27.) Orgasms are a great way to relieve period pains.

28.) 70% of men in relationships always have an orgasm with their partner whilst only 29% of women do.

29.) In Imperial China, eunuchs held many of the top positions. These men kept their genitals in a jar on a high shelf to symbolise their rise to the upper ranks.

30.) A woman has twice as many nerve endings on her clitoris than men have on their whole penis.

31.) Believe it or not, people are on average hornier during periods of their life where they are having more sex.

32.) 94% of men say they masturbate, while 80% of women say they do.

33.) A quarter of penises are slightly bent when erect.

34.) Valentina Vassilyeva holds the record for most children birthed by a single woman. During her life she gave birth to total of 69 children. She had 16 pairs of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 sets of quadruplets between 1725 and 1765, in a total of 27 births. Miraculously 67 of the 69 children born survived infancy.

35.) Under half of men think their penis is too small whereas 85% of women are very satisfied with their partner’s penis size.

36.) Weight loss increases the size of a man’s penis. For every 35 pounds of fat lost the fat at the base decreases enough to give them an extra inch.

37.) 92% of women think that skint and sexy is preferable to loaded and ugly.

38.) Given the choice 75% of women would rather sleep with one man in a lifetime as opposed to 25% who would rather sleep with 100 men.

39.) The average amount of time spent kissing for a person in a lifetime is 20,160 minutes.

40.) The black widow spider eats her mate during or after sex. Worse still, the horny eight-legger can consumer as many 20 lovers in a single day.

Seems like a disturbingly logical place to end things…

Here are 17 sex facts you’ll wish you never heard…

From, http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk

1. One in ten European babies is conceived in an IKEA bed.

2. Alfred Kinsey, author of Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948), had a collection of 5 million wasps and could insert a toothbrush into his penis, bristle-end first.

3. British spies stopped using semen as invisible ink because it began to smell if it wasn’t fresh.

4. A single sperm contains 37.5 MB of DNA information. One ejaculation represents a data transfer of 15,875 GB, equivalent to the combined capacity of 62 MacBook Pro laptops.

5. Male fruitflies rejected by females drink significantly more alcohol than those that have had a successful encounter.

6. A female ferret will die if she doesn’t have sex for a year.

7. Seven Viagra tablets are sold every second.

8. The German for “contraceptive” is Schwangerschaftsverhütungsmittel. By the time you’ve finished saying it, it’s too late.

9. The American Psychiatric Association listed homosexuality as a mental illness until 1973.

10. The best-selling work of fiction of the 15th century was “The Tale of the Two Lovers,” an erotic novel by the man who later became Pope Pius II.

11. A single human male produces enough sperm in two weeks to impregnate every fertile woman on the planet.

12. In 2008, archaeologists in Cyprus found a 7th-century curse inscribed on a lead tablet that said, “May your penis hurt when you make love.” Nobody knows who made the curse, or why.

13. The founder of match.com, Gary Kremen, lost his girlfriend to a man she met on match.com.

14. Gymnophoria is the sense that someone is mentally undressing you.

15. A female chimpanzee in a fit of passion has the strength of six men.

16. At the 2012 London Olympics, which lasted for 17 days, the athletes were provided with 150,000 free condoms- approximately 15 each.

17. The “G-spot” was nearly called the Whipple Tickle- after Professor Beverley Whipple, who coined the expression that we know today.

9 DO’s And DON’Ts For When Sex Gets Weird

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Far be it from us to dispense dating advice, but it’s come to our attention that some individuals desperately need it.

Without further ado, we present to you the official Weird News Sex, Love And Dating Do’s And Don’ts.

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    DO: Choose The Right Location
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    While no one’s denying the allure of aisles full of screws and hard wood, getting nailed at Home Depot can land you in jail. Just ask this couple, who learned the hard way that Home Depot’s former motto of “You Can Do It. We Can Help” is a big, fat lie.Oh yeah, don’t have sex while driving a car, either.

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    DO: Pick A Human Partner
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    This means no pool floats, no couches and, for God’s sake, no animals.If you, like this Texas gentleman, are under the impression that having sex with a horse will result in “a horse-man baby,” you are severely mistaken.

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    DON’T Confuse Porn With Reality
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    Hey, porn can be great, but there are some major differences between porn sex and real-life sex.Plus, have you seen those people without makeup?

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    DO: Handle A Break-Up With Grace
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    Sometimes things just don’t work out. This is not a legitimate reason to poop on the floor, hide out in your ex’s attic, or start eating toes.And please, please, no matter what you do, don’t run over your ex-boyfriend’s mother with a car, then send him a text message that says, “LOL.”

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    DON’T: Include Your Family
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    Family should always come first, but not in the bedroom.When this South Carolina man attempted a three-way with his girlfriend and her female cousin, the night ended with an assault charge. Don’t try this at home, or anywhere.

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    DO: Call Your Mom
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    Not while shaking the sheets, obviously, but let her know what’s happening in your life every now and then. Otherwise, you might wind up like this British man, whose mother reported him missing when he was really just having sex at a hotel.
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    DO: Be Kind
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    Ladies, if your man finishes a little too early, surely he’s not feeling great about the situation. Try not to make things worse by assaulting him, like this Florida lady allegedly did.
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    DO: Use Protection
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    Kids, use a condom. And not for snorting. But if it fails…

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    Do NOT Let A Dolphin Assist With Your Child’s Birth
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    If you wind up with a case of the babies, go to a doctor, not a dolphin.This North Carolina couple claims they traveled to Hawaii to partake in a “dolphin-assisted birth,” which is also known as “hands down, one of the worst natural birthing ideas anyone has ever had,” according to science writer Christie Wilcox.

    Seriously, dolphins have been known to try to rape people, and disrupting wild dolphin populations with your screaming, blood-covered bundle of joy is dolphin-itely a terrible idea.

Sex boxes,Switzerland’s first drive-in ‘sex boxes’

 I was temped by search engines as everyone looked up deep throat on ol’ Richard Nixon. (Sadly they were left with a lack of information They were seeking). 

 I wanted to write a post today about the other form of deep throat.  To Provide information, it took great restraint to not post on such.

 So instead I provide you today with: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/27/us-swiss-prostitute-sexboxes-idUSBRE97Q0M620130827

The second car, a family vehicle driven by a man in sunglasses under cloudy evening skies, broke down and needed jump starting in front of a host of photographers, sniggering into their cameras.

Zurich authorities had said they expected a modest start to the country’s first so-called “sex boxes”, a row of drive-in wooden garages on a looping track where clients in cars can visit prostitutes, shielded from prying eyes and security cameras.

With an estimated annual turnover of around 3.5 billion Swiss francs ($3.79 billion), prostitution has been legal in Switzerland since 1942, with sex workers in Zurich required to have a special permit, health insurance and pay tax.

The number of prostitutes in the Alpine nation has risen sharply over the last decade, due to the decriminalization of procuring and passive solicitation of sex alongside agreements between Switzerland and the European Union on free movement of people.

The sex boxes, which echo similar drive-in systems in the Netherlands and Germany, are being touted as a way to get large numbers of prostitutes and their clients off Switzerland’s otherwise pristine streets.

BOXES AND CAMPER VANS

Complete with panic buttons in each shed, showers, a laundry room and on-site health workers, supporters say the system offers relative security to sex workers and privacy to their clients, while reducing the disturbance to locals.

“The existing strips were simply too strained,” said Ursula Kocher at Zurich’s welfare department.

“The conditions for the women were completely unhygienic and dangerous, they had to work in woods or secluded car parks,” Kocher said, standing in front of the boxes.

Only four prostitutes were on site at the start of the evening, but Kocher said she was sure more women would come to the compound, where they would have access to contraceptives, counseling and sexual health checks.

Between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m., men can cruise along the track and choose a prostitute from wooden shelters before parking in one of the nine drive-in boxes.

Though clients must arrive alone in a car, they also have the option of parking and visiting two smaller boxes or one of four camper vans on foot.

Prostitutes at the facility declined to talk to journalists or allow them to take their pictures.

LEGAL PROSTITUTION

Some critics have voiced concern that the novel fascination with the sex boxes, which have cost taxpayers more than 2 million francs to construct, is a distraction from more serious issues about exploitation and human trafficking.

“It would be more revealing to ask: what sort of men buy sexual services of young women on the street?” said Andrea Gisler, president of Zurich’s Frauenzentrale women’s group, adding the boxes only relocated red light activities to the outskirts of the city.

“The prostitutes and their protection has never come into it,” Gisler said.

The conditions for sex workers may be better in countries where prostitution is legal, but a global study showed this year that they also report higher influxes of human trafficking.

One author of the study, Eric Neumayer at the London School of Economics, said the new system in Zurich could aid monitoring of human trafficking.

“If it’s a very controlled environment, it should be easier to do checks on where the women come from, if they are there against their will,” Neumayer said.

(Reporting by Alice Baghdjian, editing by Paul Casciato)

 

69 Sex Facts (ADULT CONTENT)

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An interesting article I tripped over in my net travels today. If you are not comfortable with the topic you may not wish to read on. ADULT CONTENT

From : http://www.lionsdenu.com

1. Varsity athletes have more sex. It probably has something to do with being fit and flexible. Which likely makes for more versatility and stamina in the bedroom. There’s a study that proves it!

2. Sex burns 360 calories a day.

3. In Colorado, it is against the law to kiss a sleeping woman. But how would they know unless they have bedroom cameras? This isn’t Big Brother. And who doesn’t love waking up to kisses?! Weird.

4. During the female orgasm, endorphines are released, which are powerful painkillers. A lovemaking session can release the tension that restricts blood vessels in the brain. So headaches are in fact a bad excuse not to have sex.

5. There are approximately 100 million acts of sexual intercourse each day.

6. The penalty for masturbation in Indonesia is decapitation.

7. The typical person spends about 600 hours having sex between the ages of 20 and 70.

8. On average, it takes two tablespoons of blood to get a man’s penis erect.

9. Donald Duck comics were once banned from Finland because Donald doesn’t wear pants.

10. According to psychologists, the shoe and the foot are the most common sources of sexual fetishism in Western society.

11. Studies have proven that 85 per cent of men who die of heart attacks during intercourse, are found to have been cheating on their wives. Hmmm, guilty consciences I suppose.

12. The G-spot, a sensitive area located inside the vagina on the upper wall, an inch or two behind the back of the pubic bone, is named for Dr. Ernest Grafenberg. G, (get it?) thanks Doc.

13. Sex is a beauty treatment. Scientific tests find that when women make love they produce amounts of the hormone estrogen, which makes hair shine and skin smooth.

14. In the Aztec culture avocados were considered so sexually powerful, virgins were restricted from contact with them.

15. Marilyn Monroe, the most celebrated sex icon of the 20th century, confessed to a friend that despite her three husbands and a parade of lovers, she had never had an orgasm.

16. Studies show that women who went to college are more likely to enjoy oral sex (giving and receiving) than high school dropouts.

17. The modern psychiatric definition of nymphomaniac is a woman who cannot experience sexual satisfaction regardless of the number of orgasms or partners she has.

18. Approximately 1% of people worldwide identify as asexual (having no strong sexual attraction to either sex).

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19. Researchers say that condoms exposed to smog and ozone are less effective.

20. A survey in Cosmopolitan magazine said that foreplay usually last 14 to 17 minutes for the average married couple, and that the man typically reaches orgasm after six minutes of copulation.

21. The vagina and the eye are self-cleaning organs.

22. Hate the gym? You burn about 200 calories during 30 minutes of active sex.

23. Historical records show that even in 1850, women attempted to practice birth control. The most common method was a mixture of crocodile dung and honey placed in the vagina in the hopes of preventing pregnancy.

24. Sex is the safest tranquilizer in the world. It is 10 times more effective than valium!

25. For every ‘normal’ webpage, there are five porn pages.

26. Sex is biochemically no different from eating large quantities of chocolate.

27. Males, on average, think about sex every 7 seconds — which is basically how long it took you to read this sentence.

28. A man’s beard grows fastest when he anticipates sex.

29. Women who read romance novels have sex twice as often as those who don’t.

30. Topless saleswomen are legal in Liverpool, England – but only in tropical fish stores. (But of course!)

31. “Ithyphallophobia” is a morbid fear of seeing, thinking about or having an erect penis.

32. “Formicophilia” is the fetish for having small insects crawl on your genitals. Gross!!

33. In India, it is cheaper to have sex with a prostitute than buy a condom!

34. Having sex can reduce a fever because of the sweat produced.

35. The average shelf-life of a latex condom is about two years.

36. The Vibrator, a common sex toy for women, was originally designed in the 19 century to fight the anxiety-related symptoms of hysteria. There was even a play done about it, In the Next Room (also known as he Vibrator Play) in 2009.

37. In earlier times, masturbation was believed to lead to blindness, madness, sudden death and other unpleasant diseases. Present research, however, shows no connection.

38. Humans have the LARGEST penis of all primates.

39. A man will ejaculate approximately 18 quarts of semen, containing half a trillion sperm, in his lifetime.

40. The Geisha of Japan would not perform fellatio because it was considered demeaning for the cultured to do so.

41. The first couple to be shown in bed together on prime time television were Fred and Wilma Flintstone. Yabba dabbo dooooo indeed!

42. A medical study conducted in Pennsylvania showed that people who have sex once or twice a week have their immune systems boosted slightly.

43. During the 1920s, it was believed that jazz music caused one to permanately lose his sexual inhibitions. It was often banned in many cities. One private company went as far as to sell the elites “jazz proof” furniture.

44. The earliest known illustration of a man using a condom during sexual intercourse is painted on the wall of a cave in France. It is dated between 12,000 and 15,000 years old.

45. According to a survey of sex shop owners, cherry is the most popular flavor of edible underwear. Chocolate is the least popular.

46. Gentle, relaxed lovemaking reduces your chances of suffering dermatitis, skin rashes and blemishes. The sweat produced cleanses the pores and makes your skin glow.

47.  Viagra was released in 1998 with over $411 million in profits within its first three months.

48. Sex is an instant cure for mild depression. It releases endorphins into the bloodstream, producing a sense of euphoria and leaving you with a feeling of well-being.

49. The more sex you have, the more you will be offered. The sexually active body gives off greater quantities of chemicals called pheromones. These subtle sex perfumes drive the opposite sex crazy!

50. Kissing each day will keep the dentist away. Kissing encourages saliva to wash food from the teeth and lowers the level of the acid that causes decay, preventing plaque build-up.


51. It takes sperm about 48 hours to move up the vaginal canal, through the cervix, and into the fallopian tube where fertilization begins.

52. A lot of sex can unblock a stuffy nose. Sex is a natural antihistamine. It can help combat asthma and hay fever.

53. When surveyed, it was found that 20 per cent of men and 13 per cent of women have had sex in the workplace (either with a co-worker or just simply in the workplace environment with someone). LDU can tell you how to get away with it.

54. Muslims are banned from looking at the genitals of a corpse. This also applies to undertakers; the sex organs of the deceased must be covered with a brick or piece of wood at all times.

55. In Santa Cruz, Bolivia, it is illegal for a man to have sex with a woman and her daughter at the same time. Makes you raise an eyebrow as to why that rule had to even be officially made.

56. Most men’s erections are five and a half to six inches long. Although men’s penis sizes tend to vary greatly when they’re soft, the smaller ones expand more when erect than the larger ones.

57. A study shows that 70 percent of married men and women masturbate despite the fact that they should be “getting it” more. Odd. But fun.

58. More than 44 per cent of men and women initiate sex as often as their partners. The rest are clearly just lame.

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59. Pubic hair is programmed to grow a certain amount.

60. The term “blow job” comes from the Victorian times. In Victorian times, a slang term for a prostitute was “blowsy.” At the same time, “blow” was slang for ejaculation. Consequently, by the 1930s, the act of fellatio came to be known as a blow job.

61. In Ancient Greece, the common slang for a blow job was “playing the flute.”

62. Performing the act of fellatio massages the jaw while burning anywhere from 30-50 calories per session.

63. Semen contains zinc and calcium, both of which are proven to prevent tooth decay.

64. Studies have shown that men who look at male porn produce more sperm. The studies have shown that the men who watch two men and one woman produced more sperm than those who looked at just women. Scientists speculate that seeing competition makes men step up their baby-making capacities.

65. In Victorian times, whores wore pubic wigs. The pubic wig, known as merkins, has been around since the 1400s when it was originally worn by women who had shaved their pubic hair off to prevent lice. In the Victorian times it was frequently worn by prostitutes who wanted to conceal the fact that they had diseases like syphilis (swear we’re not merkin’ this up). They come in all shapes, sizes and designs (even sparkly butterflies).

66. Condoms were originally made of animal intestines or linen.

67. The word “fuck” is actually an accurate acronym. It dates back to the Good Old Days, when England was severely underpopulated due to the usual combination of fire/war/plague, and the King issued an official order to… well, fuck, to replenish the population. Hence the phrase “Fornicate Under Command of the King” passed into everyday language.

68. The word “sex” was coined in 1382. And that’s all I got on that.

69. Humans are the only species creative enough to “69.” All others have settled for the conventional and practical ways of gettin’ ‘er done.

How many miles does the average human’s penis travel in a lifetime?

Guy’s are odd and I am no exception!

I won’t provide any personal data here but here is the math for curious folks.

– We will call the average penis five inches ( 5″ )

– Sexually active years let’s say forty          ( 40 )

– activity we will call once per week ( I am not going to count “alone times”.) 

– 10 minutes tops per session at 50 strokes per minute

– 5″ so 10″ for one (in/out)

–  So I get 250,000 inches per year ?? 

–   40 years = 10 Million inches

–  63,360 inches per mile is about 158 miles.

Kind of sad really. I expected some crazy number. 

Must be Monday,

Andy