The Coital Experiment in the Space
February 27, 2000
I am posting this article as just light-hearted refreshment someone who generally place the sexuality in the realm of taboo in public but in private quite randy about the kinky stuffs. Someone could be a Joe-six-pack, priest monk, nun, pastor, imam, Pope or Mr. Clinton who spelunked Ms Lewinsky’s cave with a Cuban cigar.
According to a respected French science writer, U.S. and Russian astronauts have had sex in space for separate research programs under the aegis and sanction of NASA and mission control in Moscow.
The sexual experiments were necessary for the future international space station to explore how far sexual relations are possible without gravity. The cosmic couplings have taken place in 1996 between two married astronauts who have tested 10 positions in zero-gravity atmosphere and the tests were videotaped in entirety but were so sensitive that even NASA was only given a censored version that surely fetches millions of dollars in the market.
Among ten positions, only four were found possible without mechanical assistance and other six needed a special elastic belt and inflatable tunnel, like an open-ended sleeping bag.
Unfortunately, one of the principal findings was that classic missionary position, the most commonly used position among civilized (?) humans, is simply not possible because it is not easy to push downward in zero gravity.
I gather that they would surely have experimented on the feasibility of onanism, coitus interruptus and so forth.
Just relax a few minutes in Yoga position, place yourself in the zero gravity room with a pulchritudinous gal, and float around with pagan abandon.
Any way, life is too short, fallible, unjust, and vainglorious to gripe at each other. Isn’t it?