Sex In Space: Female Breasts Increase, And The Penis Rises And Falls

Sex In Space: Female Breasts Increase, And The Penis Rises And Falls
Sex In Space: Female Breasts Increase, And The Penis Rises And Falls

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Much has been written, filmed and shown about space flights and the work of astronauts on the ISS. But for some reason little attention has been paid to intimate questions. For example, how does an erection occur in zero gravity? Are there any problems with this case? What kind? And is sex possible on a space station? There is little information about this on the Internet. It seems that a sexual experiment in space was being prepared, but was it carried out?

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In astronauts and astronauts staying on the space station, as they adapt to weightlessness, all processes are getting better, including erection in men. But of course, weightlessness makes its own adjustments. The fact is that in the absence of gravity, all fluids in the body, including blood, are distributed evenly throughout the body. There is an outflow of blood from the lower extremities and small pelvis and an inflow into the upper body - to the chest, shoulders and arms, head. As a result, the volume of the legs, thighs and abdomen is somewhat reduced, and at the same time the face and chest swell (in women, the mammary glands are enlarged). In this case, headaches can occur, and the erection is spontaneous and unstable, due to insufficient blood flow to the penis. This was noted by many astronauts.

As for sexual experiments in space conditions, there has not been a single official report about this for half a century of space exploration - neither in Roscosmos, nor in NASA, nor in the space departments of other countries. Although the crew of the American Space Shuttle STS-47 mission in 1992 even included a married couple of astronauts - Mark Charles Lee and Nancy Jane Davis. But upon returning to Earth, they assured that during the flight they had "forgotten" about their marital duty. In the mid-2000s, there were rumors of romance in the mixed Russian-American crew of the ISS. And in 2010, 9 men and 4 women were simultaneously on the ISS: American Tracy Colwed-Dyson, Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger, Stephanie Wilson and Japanese woman Naoko Yamazaki. Among the journalists, various versions were born, and most of all, for some reason, the Japanese woman was suspected of sexual activity. But upon returning from the flight, all the crew members, both men and women, unanimously assured: there was nothing between them in space.

POSSIBLE, ONLY CAUTION However, preparations for the sexual space experiments were under way. In 2000, French scientist Pierre Kohler published a book describing possible sexual positions in weightlessness. Asena Adreadis, a biologist at the University of Massachusetts, responded: “Having sex in zero gravity is extremely difficult,” she said. - There is weak adhesion between partners, making frictions, they will repel each other, and besides, they will constantly bump into walls and surrounding objects. Sexual intercourse is possible only with the use of assistive devices. " As a device, a narrow inflatable tunnel was proposed, into which the couple should slip, embracing. Another option was a system of elastic straps that fastened the partners to each other and fixed them to the wall. This system was developed by Asena's colleague Adreadis, a teacher at the same university. Both of these devices were approved by professor at the New York Sex Institute Raymond Noonan. In turn, he proposed his own version - a system of rails, to which one of the partners was fixed, while the other was in free flight, holding on to the racks. One way or another, doctors agree that during a long stay in space, the sexual component of life necessary and important. “Sex is especially important for men,” says Raymond Noonan.- During long flights, their production of male sex hormones decreases. In part, these losses are replenished by physical activity and training. But intimate contacts once or twice a week could be much more effective. And with real women, because masturbation is not so fruitful in a hormonal sense."

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