Why don’t we like to talk about sex?

Excellent post by Ray.

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Based on the article of Glenn McDonald, ‘Science’ magazine

Let’s start with some numbers. According to the government’s most recent major survey of sexual behaviour in USA: 94% of women and 92% of men ( ages 18-44) have engaged in heterosexual intercourse in their lives; 87% (both genders) have engaged in oral sex; 17% of women and 6% of men reported same-sex contact in their lifetimes.

Thats A LOT of sex!

So we like sex, we’re good at sex, we want sex, we just don’t like to talk about it. We don’t want to talk about “how”, “where” and “when”. Not only the quality, but the quantity is a difficult subject as well. 

Yes, of course, it is complicated.

For us, humans, sex is NOT just a biological (reproductive) act. Just imagine how many kids we’d make if each time we’d jump on the bed with a hope to make…

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