NASA Says It is Considering Studying Sex in Space

“Scientists have for decades studied how space missions affect human health – blood flow, muscles, skeletal strength – but there have been no comprehensive studies on sex and the reproductive system.” by Max Gorbachev via Sputniknews image: © NASA . handout Looking back at the numerous missions, one might say humanity has already conquered space. We’ve been to the Moon, … Continue reading

Mars Mission Could Be Derailed Because of Sex in Space, According to Secret NASA Report

A mixed-gender crew would endanger the journey to Mars and back due the risk of male and female space travelers getting frisky during their one-and-a-half-year mission, an unreleased NASA study reportedly concluded. Speaking recently at the New Scientist Live festival in London, Helen Sherman, the first British astronaut in space, said that the space agency did research on the issue … Continue reading

Music, Sex and Drugs all Stimulates the Same Part of Brain

When researchers blocked the production of natural opioid substances, people no longer liked their favourite songs as much Sex, drugs and rock’n’roll has been a preoccupation of generations of young people since the 1960s, while even even Shakespeare wrote: “If music be the food of love, play on.” And now scientists have discovered one reason why they seem to go … Continue reading

Swedish Group Promotes Safe Sex With Space Aliens

“The time has come for NASA to send a condom to space.” That’s the message of the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education (RFSU) which has set up an online petition to convince NASA that sex between humans and space aliens is inevitable (many say it’s happening already) so both parties should practice safe sex with what it calls one of … Continue reading

‘Robotic Sex May Become Addictive as Sexbots Can’t Say No’ – Expert

As scientists hold the world’s first conference on sex robots, one expert warns that making love to machines could become addictive. Robot experts from around the world will converge on Manchester in northern England this week for the Human Choice and Computers Conference, where they will explore the latest research and theories about how humans will engage with robots. Academics … Continue reading

Intimate Contact May Spread Zika Virus More Often Than Researchers Suspected

An outbreak of the Zika virus in the continental United States could begin any day now. But while there is plenty of discussion about mosquito bites, some researchers are beginning to worry more about the other known transmission route: sex. Intimate contact may account for more Zika infections than previously suspected, these experts say. The evidence is still emerging, and … Continue reading