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Sex in Zero Gravity - The Next Frontier

2006-07-28 14:58:20.73909+00 by ziffle 2 comments

Well its got to be addressed - NASA can't be only for the 'Weekly Reader' for ever!

"(Please) tie me to the console and fuck my brains out:" http://www.tinynibbles.com/blo...ves/2006/07/howto_sex_in_sp.html

Nasa denies researching it: http://msnbc.msn.com/id/14002908/ but if it did "it's nobody else's business." http://www.jamesoberg.com/sex.html

Apparently men still think about sex all the time in space, while women - well - you know...

The down side is males might see a decrease in penis size - ! due to lower blood pressure - I wonder if they took the blood pressure measurement once the lady was naked and they were in a sleeping bag ? Doubtful.

As for me it would be a lot of fun - I think - do we fall asleep afterwards in the same sleeping bag, dreaming about nothing, hugging like we do here? I think we probably would.

Ziffle in 1.0 gravity this week.

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#Comment Re: made: 2006-07-31 22:34:37.379613+00 by: baylink

She found the entire idea of sexual space experiments implausible: "I cannot imagine that the many review panels that must approve research on the Shuttle would ever let this go forward, that any crew members would sign up for it or that any Shuttle Commander would allow it to be a part of his or her flight," she went on.

Seddon concluded: "All astronauts are serious, professional people who work very hard to make sure the time they are given in space is used in the most efficient and responsible way."

I'm pretty sure the sexology people are *not happy* now.

#Comment Re: made: 2006-07-31 23:12:26.663339+00 by: Dan Lyke

There was a married couple that flew, I believe it was Air Force Lt. Col. Mark C. Lee and Dr. N. Jan Davis on STS-47, although the press kit doesn't mention that. Ah, here we go, STS-47 on the StarChild NASA site.