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Every fact you wanted to know about sex

We think we know about the difference between the genders, especially in regards to sex? Well think again. A few fun facts to mull over before you get down and do it.

Photo provided by Terri Underwood

Photo provided by Terri Underwood

Men Facts:

1.       The male brain devotes twice as much space to sex as the female. (Yada Yada)
2.       Men make up what they lack in conversation and emotion with their ability to think about sex.
3.       A teaspoon of semen only contains five calories.  (Well, it might make a difference.)
4.       Average length of a hard penis is not 8 to 9 inches, more like 5 to 6.

Women Facts:

1.       A woman can “think” her way to an orgasm and should practice doing this to improve arousal for a faster, bigger and better orgasm with her partner.
2.       Studies show that people who suffer migraines reported a sex drive about 20 percent higher than those prone to regular headaches.
3.       “The bigger the feet, the bigger the meat” is false. Sorry, had to put this in the women’s facts.
4.       Orgasms during your period help to minimize cramps.

Just Facts:

1.       To maximize oral sex, it is worth watching what you eat. Foods such as dairy products, meat and alcohol worsen the taste while kiwi, celery and pineapple sweeten genital secretions. (Good idea to bring out the pineapple and kiwi for desert?)
2.       More than 65 percent of men who opt for penile enlargement surgery are dissatisfied with the result.
3.       Penalty for masturbation in Indonesia is decapitation.
4.       The World Health Organization has an Orgasm committee.
5.       Men of Australia’s Walibri tribe greet each other by shaking penises instead of hands.
6.       Brain scans show that the brain during orgasm is 95 percent the same as the brain on heroin.
7.       The brain region behind the left eye shuts down during orgasm.
8.       There are five areas of the brain that are impacted by sex and they are called the reward circuit.
9.       Previously it was thought that brain cells did not reproduce but new research says exercise and sexual activity can grow brain cells; it is called neurogenesis.

I saved the best for last.

10.   Orgasms improve with age. 🙂


About the author

Terri Underwood

Terri Underwood has always written women’s fiction because she finds it so much fun. Love, sex and relationships all have their ups and downs but without the downs, there would be no ups. She likes to look for the good moments in life and she learned that from her huge loving family who get together often for some of the most hilarious times. Terri is a professional who enjoys hiking, fishing and even camping. She’s a California girl who lived in Arizona for six years before running back to California. She didn’t come away empty-handed though, she learned to look at the sky in Arizona. The billions and billions of stars against a deep black sky, the clouds, beautiful sunsets and thunderstorms, isn’t that what romance is all about? Contact the author.

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