The Science of Sex
#15 The Magic Force to Hold Your Pee
Although peeing after sex is important and necessary to prevent infections, it’s easier said than done. During sex, your body releases vasopressin, an antidiuretic hormone (ADH), during your climax, that prevents you from peeing. The feeling lasts a little after you reached your climax, and it’s normal you’ll sit there for a minute with the faucet running its course.
#14 Food Porn
It’s not a myth that we get aroused and stimulated looking at certain foods. But even better, certain foods like chocolate, avocado, and oysters are actually considered an aphrodisiac. Because they release a chemical that increases libido. Guten Appetit (that’s German for Bon Appetit).
#13 The Strange Story of The Vibrator
In the Victorian Era, the favorite era of sex – just kidding – women were suspected to not have any sex drive or in fact, get any sexual pleasures. It was said women were only there to fulfill their men pleasures and to reproduce. Women then would seek their doctors, who were men (what a surprise) and complain about wetness between their legs, sexual fantasies, anxiety, and heaviness in their lower abdomen. In the 19th century, doctors called this diagnosis “hysteria” which comes from the Greek word “hysterika” and basically means uterus.
In ancient Greece, it was said the uterus got mad and wanders off. I guess, the term “bitches are crazy” is not so far-fetched, when we think about what happens to us when we are PMSing or are in sexual frustration.
The Victorian doctors felt a little helpless with this new rise of “disease” and offered to help sexually frustrated women to release their tensions by jerking them off with some finger sports. Unfortunately, those questionable physicians became tired relatively quickly, since the demand was so high, that they needed some extra help. Eventually, they invented the vibrator, which back then was called “The Manipulator” and it was operated by coal, like a train. The hands of the doctors caught a break, and women never felt happier.
#15 The Magic Force to Hold Your Pee Advertisement Photo via Pinterest Although peeing after sex is important and necessary to prevent infections, it’s easier said than done. During sex, your body releases vasopressin, an […]