Below are some links to sites that present some fun sex facts
This one has a 1950s sexual education video at the end. Actually, it's more about a young woman dealing with her first menstruation. We've come a long way, baby.
This one has 85 "fun" facts. Below are a few of them that made me smile:
9 An orgasm can cure your stage fright! A Scottish study found that following Sexual release, people had an easier time with public speaking. I may have to use this little fun fact in my current WIP.
18 Men take more risks when they know hot women are looking. Now why doesn't this surprise me?
19 Snuggle with him while watching TV at night. Couples who cuddle regularly are eight times less likely to get depressed than those who kiss only during intercourse. Yeah, I really like to do this one.
34 For every 16 kilos an overweight man loses, his penis appears to grow one inch. Talk about an incentive for weight loss.
48 One in four women over 35 says she has never had sex. Now that one surprised me. That's 25% of women over 35.
54 Your morning coffee may be an aphrodisiac: one study found that caffeine made rats hornier. Hmm. So, should you really have that "extra" cup before you go to work?
65 When women orgasm, the areas of the brain associated with fear shut off. Gosh, if that happens to women, what happens to men?
79 While 95 percent of women consider penile - vaginal intercourse sex, only 89 percent agree if there’s no ejaculation. So, if the guy doesn't ejaculate, it isn't really sex? News to me.
69 - Interesting odd and icky facts about sex. Hmm. Think the number is arbitrary?
3. In Colorado, it is against the law to kiss a sleeping woman. (But how would they know unless they have bedroom cameras? This isn’t Big Brother. And who doesn’t love waking up to kisses?! Weird.)
6. The penalty for masturbation in Indonesia is decapitation. (Whoa! That's taking sexual repression a little too far, I think.)
9. Donald Duck comics were once banned from Finland because Donald doesn’t wear pants. (Yeah, I noticed that, too.)
15. Marilyn Monroe, the most celebrated sex icon of the 20th century, confessed to a friend that despite her three husbands and a parade of lovers, she had never had an orgasm. (Now I find that hard to believe...)
23. Historical records show that even in 1850, women attempted to practice birth control. The most common method was a mixture of crocodile dung and honey placed in the vagina in the hopes of preventing pregnancy. (Yikes!)
29. Women who read romance novels have sex twice as often as those who don’t. (So, keep reading ladies!)
30. Topless saleswomen are legal in Liverpool, England – but only in tropical fish stores. (But of course!)
36. The Vibrator, a common sex toy for women, was originally designed in the 19 century to fight the anxiety-related symptoms of hysteria. There was even a play done about it, In the Next Room (also known as he Vibrator Play) in 2009. (That's news to me. Has anyone seen it?)
41. The first couple to be shown in bed together on prime time television were Fred and Wilma Flintstone. (Yabba dabbo dooooo indeed!)
51. It takes sperm about 48 hours to move up the vaginal canal, through the cervix, and into the fallopian tube where fertilization begins. (That's two days, so make sure you keep that in mind when marking your calendar)
55. In Santa Cruz, Bolivia, it is illegal for a man to have sex with a woman and her daughter at the same time. (Makes you raise an eyebrow as to why that rule had to even be officially made.)
60. The term “blow job” comes from the Victorian times. In Victorian times, a slang term for a prostitute was “blowsy.” At the same time, “blow” was slang for ejaculation. Consequently, by the 1930s, the act of fellatio came to be known as a blow job. (Okay, I've now learned my one fun fact for the day.)
What you can learn from just a little research on the net. Have a fun and frisky Friday!