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Can hand size help predict erect penis size?

A small difference between ring and index fingers could indicate a larger erect penis. A larger difference could imply a smaller penis.

JENNIFER FORSMANN, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017

TRUE There have been several studies that have found that finger ratio does correspond with penis length. The studies have concluded that the ratio between a man’s index finger and ring finger can predict erection size. A smaller difference in length between these two fingers means a higher likeliho...

Can aphrodisiacs increase libido?

Chocolate may be romantic, but may not help in the bedroom.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017

FALSE Foods such as chocolate, strawberries and oysters have become iconic for putting people in the mood, especially when paired with a glass of fine wine. But many of those same foods work much differently than most people would suspect. The romantic qualities of chocolate mainly act as a placeb...

Does pineapple juice make sperm taste sweeter?

An individual’s taste is more significant than drinking pineapple juice or not when it comes to taste preference.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017

FALSE While many people might recommend gulping down a few glasses of pineapple juice before oral sex for sweeter sperm, that juice probably does nothing at all. While not much research has been done on the subject, the composition of sperm does not change dramatically, clinical sexologist Lawrence...

Sex euphemisms disguised the act for millennium

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen columnist

October 13, 2017

Disguising the act of sex is an ancient practice. Euphemisms are an important part of language, especially language regarding sex. Today, it is more generally acceptable to discuss sex openly, but it is still somewhat awkward. Those wanting to censor their dirty deeds have a variety of options to...

Can men experience multiple orgasms in a row?

The original cover idea for Uncovering Sex Superstitions involved broken glass.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017

TRUE Faked or otherwise, men and women experience orgasms in different ways. While women are built to experience multiple orgasms in a single session, men tend to require a little practice. Women can repeatedly orgasm within a single sexual encounter, but they do not automatically orgasm every se...

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