16 WTF Facts About Getting It On That Make Us Question Everything

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Mind = Blown

Prepare your mind, for some serious learning is about to go down. Class is in session!

Sit down and get comfy because these 16 sex facts will widen your eyes and drop your jaw to the floor:

1. While most women believe that men can't fake an orgasmthey actually CAN. Men can also orgasm without ejaculating.

2. Contrary to popular belief, most men actually DISLIKE lacy lingerie. In a recent poll, over 65 percent of men preferred leather or cloth to lace.

3. Ducks have corkscrew penises that fit perfectly into their female partner. Ouch!

4. Couples who cuddle are 8 times less likely to get depressed than those who only kiss and cuddle during sex.

5. Wearing 2 inch heels may strengthen pelvic floor muscles, which will help you orgasm longer. Bring on the heels!

6. The earth could be re-populated to its current level using the number of sperm that could fit into an aspirin capsule.

7. The heart beats at an average of 140 beats per minute during orgasm. A resting heart rate is between 60 and 100. I know what I'm doing for my cardio.

8. Kellogg's Corn Flakes were originally invented to suppress masturbation. Inventor John Kellogg believed the problem of masturbating could be fixed by keeping body heat out of the penis, which they attributed to food intake.

9. Semen contains chemicals that elevate mood, increase affection, induce sleep, and contain at least three antidepressants.

10. Semen is an anti-aging agent.

11. Semen has approximately 5-25 calories per...um...dose?

12. According to Men's Fitness, women have sex 17 percent more often than the average man. Go ladies!

13. The word clitoris is Greek. The root of the word is the Greek word for "key" as in the key to a woman's orgasm?

14. Women report having just as good if not better sex in their 70s than in their 20s.

15. Men are more visually stimulated than women, but it doesn't mean women don't like porn!

16. Foreplay and overall sexual satisfaction go hand in hand for both men AND women.

This article was originally published at RachelGibbsTherapy.com. Reprinted with permission from the author.