8 Enlightening Facts About Sex You Might Want to Know

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8 Enlightening Facts About Sex You Might Want To know

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1. Shaving your pubic hair makes you more likely to spread a sexually transmitted infection

People dont know this, but our pubic hair sort of help prevent us from contracting an std, it is assumed that shaved pubes will also make it more likely for you to receive a sexually transmitted infection.

Read also: 7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Shave Your Pubic Hair

2. Adults are more likely to tell lies while in bed than they are anywhere else

People lie more when they’re “lying” in bed.

3. Male bicyclists risk impotence

​​​The pressure of the bicycle seat on the male groin can permanently damage sexual function and render the cyclist a poor and pathetic shell of his former sexual self.

4. Some people are wired to have more sex than others

Scientists are not entirely sure why this is, but it is true in both males and females. Some will want more, while others will want less; it just depends on how their brain is wired.

5. Humans are not the only creatures interested in performing oral sex

Yes, wolves, bears and bats are also known to participate in the practice quite often.

6. Speed of sperm

A spurt of a man’s ejaculation travels at approximately 28 miles per hour, even faster than the 100 meters dash world record, which is currently 27.79 miles per hour.

7. Bedroom Voice

Women have the ability to make their voice sound “sexier” in order to entice their men when needed. Men, however, do not possess such an ability and simply have to rely on other factors.

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8. Four popes have died while having sex

Pope caught having sex

Are they even supposed to be having sex in the first place?

Read also: Four Roman Catholic Popes Who Died While Allegedly Having Sex

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Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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