Scientists Alert the Public on Risks of Intercourse in Outer Space
As the space tourism industry continues to expand, scientists are warning of the potential consequences of having sex in microgravity. Although it is not yet known what effects this could have on human physiology, experts agree that there may be serious risks involved.
The lack of gravity affects many aspects of life in space and can cause a variety of health issues for astronauts who spend extended periods away from Earth’s atmosphere. It is believed that these same problems could occur with sexual activity as well, including reduced blood flow and changes to muscle structure due to prolonged weightlessness.
In addition, researchers have raised concerns about the possibility of conception while in microgravity environments; however, no studies exist which confirm or deny this theory at present. Due to these unknown factors and potential risks associated with engaging in sexual activities outside our planet’s atmosphere, scientists urge extreme caution when considering such activities during space travel or exploration missions.
While some argue that sex should be allowed aboard spacecraft if both parties consent — just like any other activity — most experts agree that further research needs to take place before any regulations are put into place regarding intercourse within outer-space boundaries.Read more at Futurism