Issues surrounding s*x can't be overemphasized as they are other features of it that need to be known to human beings.
S*x is one of the most interesting topics to explore, as we all go through the different stages it has to offer throughout our lives.
There’s the loss of virginity, then years of “sexploration” and then retaining the fire once you’ve found your life partner! For many, s*x goes beyond procreation. Both scientifically and spiritually, its complexity has long been studied in humans and animals. With new discoveries being made everyday.
Check out these weird and wonderful s*x facts!
Keep the sperm flowing
Scientists in Australia say that having regular s*x clears sperm from the testicles and prevents the natural build-up of DNA damage. According to the UK Independent, Dr David Greening from the Sydney IVF clinic in Wollongong, said: “Keeping the river flowing means the sperm doesn’t hang around so long and become damaged. There’s less time for vandalism. We advise couples to try to work out when the woman’s ovulating and have lots of s*x.”
So if you’re planning on having kids anytime soon, then having s*x once a day for a week before you’re with a partner who is ready to conceive is ideal. However, don’t get carried away, as having too much s*x can also cause a man’s sperm count to fall too low.
Celery is vegetable Viagra?
Research shows that celery increases the pheromone levels in men’s sweat, allowing them to be more attractive to women. Pheromones are often referred to as a “sixth sense”, which are somewhat related to our sense of smell. While they are more prominent in animals, they are a chemical communication system, used to communicate between different individuals. In animals, pheromones when released by one individual can even cause a behavioural response in another, particularly when it comes to mating.
S*x can be a deadly for some animals
For humans and for certain other animals, recreational s*x can be highly enjoyable but not all sex leads to a happy orgasmic ending! The randy marsupial mates with several partners during mating season for up to 14 hours a time. After the long stretch of marathon s*x, the males develop sores, lose their hair, go blind and then die eventually from the stress caused by their hormones and immune system. And of course we can’t forget to mention the infamous black widow spider, known to practice cannibalism by eating her prey during or after mating.
We should all wear red
Red is linked with romance and s*x particularly Western culture. When you think of red lipstick and red hearts on Valentines Day, red lingerie, it all matches up. Well, women wearing red get more heads turned, as they are more likely to be found attractive!
Research found that men are more likely to spend more money on dates with women wearing red. According to a study conducted in 2010 study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology also revealed that women found guys wearing red more appealing than men in other colours.