Have you ever imagined what sex would be like in outer space? The folks at Pornhub have. They recently launched an indiegogo campaign in hopes of funding the first-ever porn film shot 68 miles above our fair planet.
Sadly, the fundraiser has raised less than 10 percent of the estimated $3.4 million needed to shoot the film, but it got HuffPost Love+Sex co-hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson wondering about the mechanics and complexities of having sex while orbiting the earth. How would you thrust? What would happen when you sweat and ejaculate? And what in (or out of) the world would giving birth in microgravity be like?
To find out these answers and more, Kolodny and Michelson spoke to Dr. John Millis, Chair of the Department of Physical Sciences and Engineering and Associate Professor of Physics at Anderson University; Dr. Anja Geitmann, cell biologist and President of the Microscopical Society of Canada; and best-selling author Mary Roach, who wrote the book Packing For Mars:
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