Top 10 Weird Sex Facts You May Not Know

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Our bodies can be strange and fascinating all at the same time, more so when it comes to having sex. As such, magazines and journalists all over the world have been obsessed with revealing as many weird sex facts as they can get their hands on, and we just so happen to have a compact list of the ten weirdest sex facts that you might not know.

 

  • Women are more willing to commit adultery during their ovulation than at any other time throughout their cycle—most notably due to their bodies’ desire to fertilize the ovulated egg.

     

  • Most women who lose their virginity between ages fifteen and nineteen actually wish they had waited a bit longer. Additionally, most teenagers lose their virginity by age 17, but those who have not lost their virginity by 24 tend to stay a virgin.

     

  • If a female ferret does not have sex for a year, she will die. Thankfully, this is not true for human females whose sexual desires can remain strong, but not strong enough that the anticipation and waiting will cause them to die.

     

  • 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.

     

  • This is one of the weird sex facts that most of us have not heard about before. During intercourse, your inner nose swells just as your breasts and genitals will. This is most notably due to the increased flow of blood while having intercourse.

     

  • Contrary to what men and women are led to believe, the size of a man’s penis fully erect is not really that important. Besides, the average length of an erect penis is 5.6 inches.

     

  • For men, sex burns between 100 and 200 calories on average. On the other hand, it only burns approximately 69 calories for women.

     

  • In case you were wondering, there is enough sperm in one single man to impregnate every woman on the planet who is fertile.

     

  • We all know you need to be in good health to have great sex, but studies show that lower cholesterol is directly related to a better performance in the bedroom.

     

  • For those who are wondering if their grandparents and great-grandparents still have sexual intercourse, the overwhelming answer is yes. Approximately one-third of women in their 80’s continue to have sex with their husband or boyfriend, so long as they are both in good enough physical health to do so.

    source:enkivillage.com