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rm_bearleee 71M
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8/20/2005 5:03 pm

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Did you know?

According The Solitary Vice, a book for doctors that came out in the 1890s, women who masturbate tend to eat a lot of foods containing mustard and vinegar.

According to a couple of recent biographies, Lord Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts, was a repressed homosexual who was obsessed with looking at photos of naked young boys.

Women were discouraged from having orgasms during the Middle Ages because it was thought that orgasms made women less capable of getting pregnant.

Francis I of France once said, "Anyone who doesn't have a mistress is a nincompoop."

Catherine of Medici, the Italian wife of Henry II of France, organized prostitution as an important arm of diplomacy, and employed her maids of honor to achieve her ends.

Modern France ended state regulated prostitution in 1946. The movement was led by Marthe Richard, who later changed her opinion.

At the beginning of the 16th century, Rome had more registered prostitutes, proportionately, than Venice. Rome had 6,800 out of total population of 90,000; Venice had 11,654 out of 300,000.

The missionary position was the favorite sexual position of both modern Europeans and ancient Romans.

The modern IUD invented was invented in 1909.

Young was the first condom manufacturer to advertise in a major American magazine -- it was the June 1969 issue of Sport magazine and the ad was against VD. Ironically, Playboy refused to accept Young's add until 1972.

Researchers say that condoms exposed to smog and ozone are less effective.

The typical person spends about 600 hours having sex between the ages of 20 and 70.

A survey in Cosmopolitan magazine said that foreplay usually lasts 14 to 17 minutes for the average married couple, and that the man typically reaches orgasm after six minutes of copulation.

patsam69 51M/51F

8/23/2005 9:10 am

where do u find this stuff?

rm_bearleee 71M

8/23/2005 10:13 am

Aha, I can't reveal my source.

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