We thought it would be interesting to have some sexual trivia, real ’sex laws’ and some sexual history available to readers. Some people have collected this trivia for years and we are sure we can fill a lot of pages with this interesting, useless information. (Some of it is not so useless).
Everyday, 200 million couples around the world have sex, which is about over 2000 couples at any given moment.
Women are most likely to want to have sex when they are ovulating.
It was during the Victorian era that the formerly nude Cupid was redesigned as wearing a skirt.
30% of women over the age of 80 still have sexual intercourse either with their spouse or boyfriends.
Mosquitoes, which mate in the air perform a sex act that lasts only 2 seconds.
Women with a Ph.D. are twice as likely to be interested in a one-night stand than those with only a Bachelor’s degree.
Fellatio ranks as the number one sexual act desired by heterosexual men.
Australian women have sex on the first date more than women the same age in the USA and Canada.
It’s illegal to have sex without a condom in Nevada.
Today, Japan leads the world in condom use. Like cosmetics, they’re sold door to door, by women.
More Americans lose their virginity in June than in any other month (must be all those weddings and prom nights).
A man’s penis not only shrinks during cold weather but also from nonsexual excitement like when his favorite football team scores a touchdown, etc.
Wyoming’s Grand Tetons mountain range literally means “Big Tits”.
In the original Grimm fairy tale of ‘Sleeping Beauty’, the Prince rapes her while she sleeps and then leaves before she wakes up. (Good thing that was rewritten!)
The word ‘gymnasium’ comes from the Greek word gymnazein which means to exercise naked, which often was done in ancient Greece.
White women and those women with a college degree, when asked said they were more receptive to anal sex than women without college educations.
The word avocado comes from the Spanish word aguacate which is derived from the Aztec word ahuacati which means testicle.
The original representation of Cupid by the Greeks was that of a beautiful young boy whose naked form was considered to be the embodiment of sexual love.
The first condoms in the US were made from vulcanized rubber in the 1870s. They were expensive and annoyingly thick and meant to be reused.
Women who went to college are more likely to enjoy both the giving and receiving of oral sex than high school dropouts. (Amazing what one learns in college).
About 1% of the adult female population are able to achieve orgasm solely through breast stimulation.
14% of males said that they did not enjoy sex the first time.
60% of women say they did not enjoy sex their first time.