We-Vibe is a gram sex toy designed to "fit between two people" while making love. Apparently it's being a hit, and now its creators want to use an unknown NASA technology for their next hit:. I discovered some technology developed by NASA that has never been applied to the sex toy industry. So we've got a new technological platform we're going to be rolling out over the next two years.
Sex in space is human sexual activity in the weightlessness of outer space. It presents difficulties for the performance of most sexual activities due to Newton's third law. According to the law, if the couple remain attached, their movements will counter each other. Consequently, their actions will not change their velocity unless they are affected by another, unattached, object. Some difficulty could occur due to drifting into other objects. If the couple have a combined velocity relative to other objects, collisions could occur. There have been suggestions that conception and pregnancy in off- Earth environments could be an issue.
Lauren McKeown, 28, recently moved from Ireland to London and was looking to make friends, so she turned to the dating app Hinge. Wait till I tell my parents. JK, you look reasonably smart.
With long-term space travel moving ever closer to reality, would-be spacefarers may be wondering if they'll be able to join the 10, Mile High Club. This article is part of Turned On , our special report on the future of sex. It contains language and descriptions that may not be suited for younger readers.