Science has come a long way in figuring out the basics of sex, how to improve it and why it's so weird.
Sex and sexuality is about more than just two people, a bed, and a few aphrodisiacs. Scientists study why humans have sexual intercourse (it is good for you and good for the species) and how sex is driven by evolution, genes, emotions and more. There is also much to learn about the differing roles of men and women in the whole mating game. Yes, there's lots of science to explore. Not that an aphrodisiac isn't more fun.
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U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte has said that 70 to 75 percent of Olympians have sex during the Games. Olympic athletes are compelled to copulation by something even stronger than looks, experts say.