It was considered elegant for aristocratic ladies of the 16th century to let their pubic hair grow as long as possible so it could be pomaded and adorned with bows and ribbon.
In Ancient Greece, women would expose their vaginas to ward off storms at sea.
A study led by Graham Giles of The Cancer Council Victoria in Melbourne concluded that the more men ejaculate between the ages of 20 and 50, the less likely they are to develop prostate cancer.
Women who went to college are more likely to enjoy both the giving and receiving of oral sex than high school dropouts.
Almost a quarter (23%) of adults around the world incorporate sex toys in partner sex.
3.35 million people in the US search the keyword “Sex Toys” in Google each month.
The smallest erect penis on record was just 1cm long.
Three out of a thousand men (0.3%) are well endowed enough to fellate (blow) themselves to orgasm.
French President Francois Faure expired in a bordello in 1899 during the act of copulation, which so terrified his lady of the evening that her vagina constricted intractably, necessitating the surgical removal of the dead man’s member.
According to recent surveys, the man is the most likely partner to be tied up during sex.
At age seventy, 73% of men are still potent.
Sex is a beauty treatment. Scientific tests find that when women make love they produce amounts of the hormone estrogen, which makes hair shine and skin smooth.
Humans and dolphins are the only species that have sex for pleasure.
Men of the Walibri tribe of central Australia greet each other by shaking penises instead of hands.
Marilyn Monroe, the most celebrated sex icon of the 20th century, confessed to a friend that despite her three husbands and a parade of lovers, she had never had an orgasm.
The US has more laws governing sexual behaviour than every country in Europe combined.
The first couple to be shown in bed together on prime time television was Fred and Wilma Flintstone.