Yes, We Did It: Stories From The Frontlines Of Post-Election Sex

Newsweek seconds our theory that there may be an Obama baby boom next August. As part of the research, they provide anecdotal evidence of couples who got down and dirty in the name of Obamamania.

"On election night, my husband had managed to down a bottle and a half of wine in celebration and he was all about making an 'Obama election baby'," Abbi Whitaker, 32, of Reno, Nev., told NEWSWEEK. "He thought it would be the coolest thing." In Oakland, jewelry designer Meghan Connolly Haupt, who, with her husband, has been trying for a baby for about eight months, says she "was optimistic when I realized election night coincided with my ovulation time." And in Chicago, where 28-year-old Chip Bouchard--a former Hillary supporter--attended Obama's acceptance speech, he says he looked over at his boyfriend, Chris, and thought: "This [is] the president under whom I [want to] get married and adopt a baby."

Another couple, Newsweek reports, took the O-Bama Face to another level: "During one round of election-fueled romance, says Eric Davis, 37, of Minneapolis, 'my wife accidentally said, "Oh, Obama!"'

Keep reading the Newsweek story.

Or read more about the phenomenon now known (to us, anyway) as "BHarmony."