Some of the lesser known sex facts

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  1. The word “clitoris” is Greek for “divine and goddess like.”
  2. Married people are more likely to masturbate than people living alone.
  3. The fear of having, seeing, or thinking about an erection is called ithyphallophobia.
  4. Upper Paleolithic art dating back 30,000 years depicts people using dildos to pleasure themselves and others. That means mankind invented sex toys long before the wheel.
  5. The average man has 11 erections per day and 9 erections a night.
  6. Women who went to college are more likely to enjoy receiving and giving oral sex.
  7. There are between 500 and 1,000 deaths per year due to autoerotic asphyxiation.
  8. Interesting Pubic Hair Fact
  9. Scientists theorize that pubic hair traps secretions that hold pheromones
  10. Scientists are unsure why humans have pubic hair, but they theorize that the hair traps secretions that hold pheromones, or sexual scents.
  11. A teaspoon of semen contains 5 calories. A sperm takes one hour to swim seven inches.
  12. Avocados are known as the “fruit of the testicle tree” and are believed to have aphrodisiac qualities.
  13. Formicophilia is the sexual interest of small insects or worms crawling over one’s body.
  14. Having sex at least once per week can lower a man’s risk of heart disease by 30%, stroke by 50%, and diabetes by 40%. It has also been shown that men with an active sex life are more likely to live past 80 years.
  15. Throughout the United States, approximately 4% of the population self-identifies as gay, lesbian, or bisexual.
  16. Approximately 70% of people in the U.S. admit to fantasizing about group sex at some point in their life, and more than 50% of those people actually follow through.
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  18. Approximately 1% of people worldwide identify as asexual (having no strong sexual attraction to either sex).
  19. The creature named Funisia dorothea is thought by most scientists to be the first animal on the Earth to have sex, pushing back the history of sex by up to 30 million years.
  20. to the Kinsey Institute, the average speed of sperm during ejaculation is 28 mph.