Category: Having Sex

How Do Mermaids Have Sex?

If you’ve read any fiction with mermaids, you might have noticed that they don’t have visible genitalia. This is because mermaids are fish from the waist down, but they’re mammalian up top. This means that mermaids can breed in the same way as dolphins and whales. This position requires a lot of practice and open […]

Video Monitoring and Genetic Manipulation Reveals Secrets of Fruit Fly Sex

The nitty-gritty details of how flies mate and fertilize their eggs have remained somewhat obscure. But researchers recently used video monitoring and genetic manipulation to reveal some interesting details. They found that male flies actually love the process of ejaculation. To confirm their finding, the team trained the flies to associate red light-induced ejaculation with […]

Why No Sex After Egg Retrieval

Many fertility clinics advise women to stay away from sex after egg retrieval due to fears that orgasms could impact embryo implantation. However, this is largely unfounded. The ovaries are enlarged after the hormone treatment and it is important to avoid activities such as bouncing or jumping. These could cause the ovaries to get twisted […]

How Long After Liposuction Can I Have Sex?

It is essential to follow your surgeon’s instructions carefully, especially in regard to avoiding activities that put unnecessary strain on the treated areas. This will help to promote proper healing and prevent complications. If you are following your doctor’s advice, feel comfortable and don’t experience pain during sexual activity, it may be safe for you […]

How to Have Sex Porn

Whether you are single or in a relationship, porn can add another dimension to sexual enjoyment. However, it’s important to keep in mind that pornography is fiction. It shows an unrealistic view of sex. It is important to be aware of the things that pornography doesn’t show: 1. It’s not realistic for partners to orgasm […]

How Often Do Lions Have Sex?

Lions breed year-round, but they usually produce their first litters by the age of four. They can live up to 25 years in captivity. Male lions’ lives are full of violence, exploitation and sex. Their main responsibility is to defend their territory and pride from other males. As a result, they fight often. Females mate […]

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