Sex & Poop Fun Facts

Sex & Poop Fun Facts


I’m Dr. Lindsey Doe. This is Sexplanations. The show where sexuality meets curiosity, and today’s topic is sex and poop. Number 10 on the sex and poop fun fact list: it is possible to orgasm from pooping. Clinically they referred to as defecation-induced orgasms. More playfully: poo-phoria. The pelvic splanchnic nerves that carry sensations to and from the genitals are also connected to the bladder and rectum, meaning the same nerves influence your penile erection and cervical contractions orchestrate your poop. So maybe there’s crossfire. Also feces moving out of the body strokes erogenous tissues like the prostate and vaginal wall. Number 9: Receiving oral sex while pooping is a blumpkin. Masturbating while pooping is shasturbation. Number 8: Dr. Sigmund Freud proposed that we developed through five psychosexual stages. The first stage as infants is oral, where all our pleasure is derived from putting things in our mouths: nipples, fingers, our own feet, toys, dog food, and sand into our mouths. The second stage is anal, and likewise pleasure has a central location. This time the anus. According to Freud, if our psychosexual development is poopy diapers for long durations we end up anal-expulsive: getting pleasure from messes. And if our potty training is too orderly, we end up anal-retentive: getting pleasure from tidiness. Number 7: Paraphilia’s are a type of attraction that are beyond. “Para”, traditional forms of love or attraction. “Philia.” There are many different kinds of paraphilias, and as you probably guessed there’s one for sexual arousal via poop: coprophilia from the Greek “kópros” {on screen} Pooping on and being pooped on for sexual gratification. That’s your “Hot Karls” and your “Cleveland Steamers.” Number 6: Last year I was offered a few thousand dollars for my “scat kaviar.” The request was a five-paragraph proposal that explained I’d use the toilet to “pee and poo,” then exit the bathroom without flushing so the buyer could enter and taste my bodily delight. I responded: {on screen} Number 5: The perineum on a biosex female body is similar in length to the space between your knuckles — short, meaning reproduction and recreation are only an inch or two away from a literal shit hole. Because these two areas are in such close proximity, e coli, a bacteria found in the digestive system often makes its way via sex into the urethra and the vulva, causing very painful and annoying urinary tract infections. Number 4: Rick Santorum was one of the candidates for the 2016 Presidential election, but if you search for him online, the top result is not his campaign. Its “santorum” {on screen} Rick believes that same-sex sex, relationships, parenting, and marriage should all be illegal. So sex columnist and educator Dan Savage held a contest back in 2003 to give Santorum a new meaning. The winning entry was {on screen} …and is the most widely known reference to Santorum on the internet. Number 3: There are a lot of different causes of pain during intercourse — both physiological and psychological. One of them is Poop. The vagina and the rectum are separated by very thin and sensitive walls. If there’s stool in the rectum and a hard object in the vagina, the compression can be very painful. Similarly during menstruation, the full walls of the endometrium can collide with poop in the rectum and can not only cause discomfort, it can block regular bowel movements from happening. As in you’re constipated until the lining sheds. Number 2: Over 1,000 years before Common Era, ancient Egyptians collected dried crocodile poop and mixed it with fermented dough (or left it as-is) and put it in the human vagina. One theory is that it had to do with their God of miscarriage and abortion who was associated with the crococile. The second theory is that the croc dung, like many of the other animal versions they tried, was somewhat sticky and worked well to block the passage of sperm. Number 1: This is not sexy by any means but now you’ll know. Most vaginal births involve pooping. The muscles used to push during labor push out feces, too. So while most of you entered this world through a vagina, most of you did so in tandem with caca. Stay curious. This episode was brought to you by our generous patrons on patreon if you’re able to join us in making Sexplanations possible, please check out patreon.comsexplanations poops poops poops poops poops pup-soups poops shasturation zhsasturbation sass-turbation shatter-bation sash-turbation chester-bation shatter-bation shash-turbation shaaaaaaz-turbation

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