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#SexyTimeFunFacts: How Many People You’re Actually Exposed To When You Have Sex Will Blow Your Mind; A New Sex Doll Won't Get-It-On With You Until You've Performed Proper Foreplay; AND MORE
How Many People You’re Actually Exposed To When You Have Sex Will Blow Your Mind
Ever wonder how many people you’re indirectly touching when you bang someone?
Don’t worry, I COME BEARING ANSWERS.
First, they looked into how many partners we’ve all had, both overall and in college.
While the average woman has slept with 11.41 partners overall, the average man has slept with 14.22 partners overall. So people, in general, have slept with an average of about 13 partners.
Now, let’s get to the juicy stuff.
For every one of those 13 partners, how many people are you indirectly coming into contact with?
Here’s a handy, little infographic laying it out for you visually:
If the visuals were a little confusing for you, let me break it down for you like this: When you’re having sex with someone, you’re exposed to that person directly (duh), but you’re also indirectly exposed to everyone else they’ve had sex with.
Because the average person has slept with 13 people, let’s assume you’re this person’s 13th sexual partner. That means, when you’re having sex with him, you’re also being exposed to 12 other people.
And, if we’re counting him in the number of people you’re being exposed to, you’re exposed to 13 people total for that one sexual encounter.
So, to estimate out how many people you’ve been indirectly exposed to, given ALL the people you’ve ever slept with, take the number of sexual partners you’ve had and multiply that by 13 (the average amount of partners for all those people).
If you’re STILL not getting it, you should seriously look into getting a math tutor. But in the meantime, I made life a little easier by doing the math for you below:
Sex with one partner means you’ve been exposed to 13 people.
Sex with two partners means you’ve been exposed to 26 people.
Sex with three partners means you’ve been exposed to 39 people.
Sex with four partners means you’ve been exposed to 52 people.
Sex with five partners means you’ve been exposed to 65 people.
Sex with six partners means you’ve been exposed to 78 people.
Sex with seven partners means you’ve been exposed to 91 people.
Sex with eight partners means you’ve been exposed to 104 people.
Sex with nine partners means you’ve been exposed to 117 people.
Sex with 10 partners means you’ve been exposed to 130 people.
Sex with 11 partners means you’ve been exposed to 143 people.
Sex with 12 partners means you’ve been exposed to 156 people.
Sex with 13 partners means you’ve been exposed to 169 people.
Obviously, this number will vary based on whether or not your partner’s number of past sexual partners is above or below the average, but in general, you’ve been indirectly exposed to around a whopping 169 people.
If anything, this is just another reminder to USE RUBBERS, PEOPLE.
A New Sex Doll Won't Get-It-On With You Until You've Performed Proper Foreplay
I'm not sure the guy who invented this sex doll quite understands why people buy sex dolls. Spoiler alert: It's not to practice the complex art of seduction.
An engineer in Barcelona, Spain named Sergi Santos has invented a new sex doll called Samantha. And the main difference between her and other dolls is that she won't get-it-on with you until you've performed proper foreplay.
So you have to kiss her, gently caress her robot body, and warm her up in her nether regions before she's ready to do it. She might even make requests . . . which can include things like touching her legs or playing ED SHEERAN music.
And then, when you get-it-on, she wants you to get her to climax . . . and she'll let you know if you don't. At this point, you might as well skip the doll and just get a girlfriend.
If you want one, it'll set you back about $5,400.
Help Save the Pandas . . . by Making a Sex Tape While Dressed as One?
Yesterday was National Panda Day. If you missed it, you're probably devastated. But the good news is, you can still do something to help them, and it involves PORN. (???)
PornHub.com posted a video on their YouTube page, asking people to upload their own "panda porn" videos . . . meaning you get-it-on while DRESSED like one. And they claim biologists might be able to use them to help real pandas mate.
Zoos DO sometimes use "porn" to get pandas in the mood. But they use footage of other PANDAS, not people. PornHub is donating $100 to wildlife charities for every video you upload though. So if you needed an excuse, you've got one.
Women Don't Watch Porn on Computers . . . But They Do Watch on Their Phones
Where do you watch your Internet porn? Apparently if your answer is, "Sitting at my desk, isn't that what everyone does?" . . . that's a sign that you're OLD, and a DUDE.
According to PornHub, 72% of their traffic is now from cell phones. And that's ESPECIALLY true when it comes to women watching porn . . . four out of five of them watch on their phone, not their computer.
The main people who still watch on their computers are the people who can remember back when porn was on VHS tapes and in magazines . . . in fact, the older you are, the less likely you are to watch on your phone.
There Are Three Types of Porn Users . . . Which One Are You?
A new study out of Quebec found there are three types of porn users. Well, technically four, if you count people who NEVER watch the stuff. They're a group we call "liars."
So here are the three types. Which one are you?
1. Recreational. 75% of people fall into this category. They're people who watch an average of 24 minutes or less of porn a week and don't see it get in the way of their real life.
2. Distressed. 12% of people are in this category. They're people who only watch an average of 17 minutes a week, but feel super GUILTY after they do.
3. Compulsive. These are the 12% of people who are all-in on porn . . . usually to the point where it's a problem. They watch an average of 110 minutes of porn a week, rearrange their schedule to watch, and sometimes see it affect their life.