Some of these “truths” are backed by studies and experts, some of them I include sources for, some I didn’t include a source but you can look it up, and for some there is no supporting evidence – but we know they might be true.

There are things we all kind of know, or suspect, but we (society) would rather not pin down as scientific fact. Perhaps there have been a study or two done that hint at validity, and some of these “truths” seem like they would be fairly easy to verity, if we put our science to work on them.

I get it – and actually support it. But I find it interesting, how science pretends right along with all of us  (or suppresses and denies more like) – certain things that are obvious but uncomfortable.

There are also some interesting truths that science, or Google search data has concluded, that are contrary to popular belief.

Some “truths” may be trivial, but we’ve done studies on what affects asparagus has on the color of our pee – we’ve documented that dogs prefer to point north-south when they urinate and defecate.

There are probably things that are better left alone – to be polite, if for no other reason. Here’s a homework assignment, now that your mind is on it, see if you notice other aspects and correlations in life, that are right in front of us, but science or culture, is to shy to recognize.

  • Female orgasms, particularly vaginal orgasms, increase the probability of conception.

Most of the science on female orgasm, describes it as an evolutionary left-over – once necessary, and no longer relevant to survival and procreation. Certain animals like rabbits, and some that we evolved from, require an orgasm, or sexual arousal in order to release and egg to be fertilized — that is why their clitorises are located in their vaginas, and not outside the vagina, like with humans.

There are a couple theories that propose the human female orgasm, still plays a role in procreation.

        • One theory of how female orgasm may help with pregnancy achievement is called the “upsuck” theory. This hypothesis suggests that the contractions of the uterus help “suck up” the semen that gets deposited in the vagina, near the cervix. The orgasm then helps to move the sperm through the uterus and Fallopian tubes.
        • Another suggest that orgasms help women with mate-selection — men that can make her orgasm, a sign that he will be a better mate.


  • Larger penises are more likely to stimulate orgasm (thickness=clitoral orgasm,length=vaginal orgasm,curve up and rigidity – g-spot orgasm).

There has been a recent study that, sort of concluded that a longer penises is more likely to give a woman a vaginal orgasm. It actually only proved that women who like longer penises, have more vaginal orgasms.

That is all the evidence there is. I think may know the truth about this, I’ll just leave it there.

  • More women search online with complaints about their men being too big (and pain) than searches related to their men being too small.

  • Longer penises increase probability of conception.

Evidence is family size in Africa and common sense.

Penis size is only discussed in the context of sexual pleasure, and never in the the context that relates to why the penis even exists. Duh, it is tubular and exists to deposit semen – to get sperm to where they need to go. Obviously, a longer penis delivers the package closer – obviously, the sperm have an easier journey, with a higher probability of success.

  • Women get bored of their partners quicker than men.

  • 25% of porn searches by women are for rape & pain.

“Fully 25 percent of female searches for straight porn emphasize the pain and/or humiliation of the woman,” he writes, citing search terms inappropriate to reiterate here, but featuring words like “painful,” “extreme” and “brutal,” and often focused on non-consensual sex (depictions of which, he emphasizes, are not permitted on that site).”

  • Australians have the most threesomes of anywhere in the world.

  • 20% of people have had threesomes.

  • 10% of women and 18% of men want a threesome.

  • Dick size is as significant to attraction for women as height and broad shoulders – after 3.6 inches the significance lessons but still increases attraction.

There is a study on this, you can google it.

  • The average length of intercourse is not 30 minutes or an hour – actually between 2 and 7 minutes.

  • A lot more women than men, never get caught and never tell.

  • Women sexuality is more physical and less complicated than people think – men’s sexuality is less physical and more complicated than we think.

  • Guys lie up – women lie down.

  • Men scale down their masculinity for women – feminists tell us it’s toxic – heterosexual women are attracted to it.

  • Of woman who ended relationship over penis size – 7 percent ended it because their partner’s penis was “too large” and 20 per cent said it had been “too small”.

  • Sexless Marriage is common

On Google, a top complaint about a marriage is not having sex,” Stephens-Davidowitz writes. “There are 16 times more complaints about a spouse not wanting sex than about a married partner not being willing to talk,” he writes.

“Searches for ‘sexless marriage’ are three and a half times more common than ‘unhappy marriage’ and eight times more common than ‘loveless marriage.’ Even unmarried couples complain somewhat frequently about not having sex. Google searches for ‘sexless relationship’ are second only to searches for ‘abusive relationship.’”

Google data reveals your most perverted secrets

  • It might be men who are more often the cause of sexless relationships

These searches also show that men may be the ones holding back, as “there are twice as many complaints that a boyfriend won’t have sex than that a girlfriend won’t have sex.”

And Google searches suggest a surprising culprit for many of these sexless relationships. There are twice as many complaints that a boyfriend won’t have sex than that a girlfriend won’t have sex. By far, the number one search complaint about a boyfriend is “My boyfriend won’t have sex with me.”

Google data reveals your most perverted secrets

11 thoughts on “Unproven Sexual Truths We Just Know – and Proven Facts That Might Surprise

    1. You live on a sailboat? I’m envious. I love to sail, anything, from a dingy on up! There’s nothing like the tranquility, and with wind the exuberance, of being under sail. I would love to have a boat someday, and just live on it and write. Sounds like you have the dream my man.

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      1. Ha ha! It’s a good life but you learn to take the good with the bad. There are some great sights and parties this way. Sunsets are just magic. But it’s pretty shitty when the weather turns foul for extended times. I hear folks complaining about the COViD isolation and want to shake them to let them know how much space they have! Their home doesn’t rock and roll all the time! -M

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        1. I hear you, I spent just three weeks once, living onboard a 32′. I’ve been on 48′ – which are are much roomier, but extremely confined compared to an apartment even. The few guy’s I’ve known who have lived on their boat, did not have a wife. And they liked it, but it is a reclusive, bohemian type of lifestyle for them. It would take a sailor and a trooper for a wife, to live on a boat with her – unless you have a huge boat I suppose.


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