Sex in SPACE will be ‘extremely difficult’ due to floppy erections and ‘bouncy’ romps, scientists warn

SEX in space is possible, though bonking astronauts will have to battle through a low sex drive and erectile dysfunction, experts claim. Speaking to Russian outlet Sputnik News this week, space researchers discussed the challenges that couples might face on trips to alien worlds. Get all the latest Science newsKeep up-to-date with the top Space & Astronomy storiesAll the latest Archaelogy news from dinosaurs to Ancient artefacts AlamyJennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt smooch in 2016’s Passengers[/caption] Rompers will have to learn how to connect body parts in weightlessness, as well as fit in time for lovemaking around their busy work schedules. While the challenges may sound insurmountable, cosmic coitus will be necessary if humanity is to stand any chance of colonising other planets. “Yes, [sex in space] is possible,” Kira Bacal, a physician and scientist who worked as a clinical consultant for Nasa, told Sputnik. “Humans have been having sexual relations in all sorts of weird and wonderful and odd places, I think, since our species began.” AlamyWilliam Shatner as James T. Kirk and Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Uhura in Star Trek[/caption] While spacefarers will have the opportunity to come up with a range of creative new positions, they’ll need…

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Sex in SPACE will be ‘extremely difficult’ due to floppy erections and ‘bouncy’ romps, scientists warn

Updated: April 28, 2021 — 10:27 am